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Trower Arrested On DWI, Drug Charges

Faith Trower, 54, of Vandalia was arrested on Monday, May, 29, 2017 on charges of driving while intoxicated/drugs and failure to stop/yield. She was issued summons for the charges and given a date to appear in Audrain County Circuit Court. Individuals arrested or issued summons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Louisiana Council Tackles Lodging Issues For Upcoming Bridge Work

Mayor Introduces Candidate To Fill Empty Council Seat Members of the Louisiana City Council addressed the issues of accommodating laborers who will be in the area during the upcoming bridge project at their committee meetings last night (Monday, June 12). Since it was announced the Champ Clark Bridge would be replaced beginning this summer, council […]

Hannibal Regional Medical Group Breaks Ground On New Facility In Bowling Green

Hannibal Regional Medical Group recently hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a new facility in Bowling Green. In early 2018 Pike Medical Clinic will be moving to a brand new facility located by the Bowling Green Walmart which will provide care during evenings and weekends as well as offer specialty services. Hannibal Regional Medical Group is […]

Missing Louisiana Man Located in Illinois

Louisiana Police Department Press Release: Jacob Burse Located Safe in Pawnee Illinois On June 6, 2017 at approximately 1600 hours, our agency received a telephone call from a male individual with the last name of Rhodes who reported Jacob Burse was at his residence in Pawnee, Illinois. Officer with Pawnee Illinois went to the address […]

Louisiana Takes Another Step Forward In Unifying Economic Development Efforts

Louisiana took another leap forward in creating a unified approach to economic development as around 55 people met on Monday, June 5 to set goals. There are several organizations in Louisiana that address economic development in some way. Since it is best to have everyone in the boat rowing in the same direction, city officials […]

Informational Meeting To Be Held On New Bridges Slated For Construction On Highway 79

Pike County residents and motorists who use Highway 79 can look forward to two new bridges coming soon. The bridges over Noix Creek and Buffalo Creek, both south of Louisiana on Highway 79 will be replaced with construction beginning this summer. Naturally, Highway 79 will have closures during construction, but drivers will still be able […]

Honey Shuck Holds Porch Party To Kick Off Season

Champ Clark Honey Shuck Restoration Inc. kicked off the summer tourism season with a June 2 Porch Party at the former presidential candidate’s Bowling Green home. Pictured, from left, are Honey Shuck Board Members Larry Twellman, Alan Hiles (portraying Champ Clark), Charlene McCune, Paulette Bruch, Nathan Lilley, Margie Vogel, Bob Kirkpatrick, State Rep. Jim Hansen […]

20-Year-Old Louisiana Resident Is Victim Of Drowning Near Clarksville Dam

Numerous fire departments and search and rescue teams were called to action over the weekend after it was reported that a 20-year-old boy from Louisiana had fallen into the Mississippi River. The body of Dillan White was discovered on Saturday evening just after 5 p.m. near the Clarksville dam. White and two friends had been […]

Porch Party will kick off season at Champ Clark home

Visitors can see – and walk all over — the latest improvement at Champ Clark’s Honey Shuck when the home begins its summer season. A Porch Party is planned from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 2. The house of the former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and 1912 presidential candidate is at […]

Community Action In The Park Event Is Friday, June 2

A wide variety of services, opportunities, information and fun awaits those who attend Community Action in the Park. The free event, sponsored by the not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) and the Bowling Green Park District, is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 2 at Bowling Green City Park on South Court Street. […]

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