LOUISIANA – When Ronnie Stoops wrote the refrain for a song about his hometown, he didn’t realize that the old Champ Clark Bridge was not long for this world — and how prescient his lyrics would prove to be.
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LOUISIANA – The Louisiana Community Betterment sponsored three Christmas activities this past weekend. The first was a Children’s Painting Class. The class was held at PCMH in the cafeteria on Saturday, Dec. 7. The class instructor was Bev Cogar. All the children had a wonderful time cre…
Louisiana showed up in a big way for the lighting of a new Christmas tree and a chance to visit with Santa Claus Saturday evening.
Boo: A terrifying pumpkin was one of the frightening figures secreted throughout the Louisiana Elks Lodge in the lead-up to Halloween. The haunted house was put on by the Buffalo Township and Louisiana fire departments.
LOUISIANA – Procrastinators beware: next year’s Colorfest is coming sooner than you think. If you were counting on 346 days until Louisiana’s premier autumnal event recurs, this is fair warning: you now have 322.
Carl and Judy Schmidt, of Louisiana, entertained crowds with traditional music at the 43rd annual Hannibal Folklife Festival Oct. 19. Pictured, from left, are Carl, guitarist Jeanne Murray of Quincy, Ill., Judy, and bassist David Parrish of Lewistown, Mo. The song the group played at the tim…
CLARKSVILLE – This year’s annual Clarksville Applefest offers an opportunity for the town to show off how far things have come since this year’s flooding swamped much of the town. Organizers of the event have laid out a crowded roster of events to greet them.
LOUISIANA – The Louisiana Community Betterment Association is sponsoring a Business Scarecrow Decorating Contest for any business in the Louisiana business community.
The internationally-known band Cornet Chop Suey performed a wide-ranging selection of jazz and other tunes during its annual performance Sept. 28 at the Apple Shed in Clarksville. More than 150 people were treated to tunes such as “Dipper Mouth Blues,” “Honeysuckle Rose,” “Blueberry Hill,” “…
BOWLING GREEN – Kimberly Niemeyer, a member of the Bowling Green FFA chapter will be on stage and in the spotlight Oct. 30-Nov. 2 during the 2019 National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis.
Up and down the hill approaching Henderson Park, around the crown of Riverview Cemetery, and at scattered locations elsewhere around town Saturday, artists sat, trying to capture picturesque Louisiana scenes in the precious hours allotted to them as part of Golden Hills Plein Air.
ELSBERRY – Elsberry, Silex, and other Lincoln County residents have long known what the third weekend of September is: the Lincoln County Old Thresher’s Show! But now they can also bank on knowing what the last Saturday of September is: the Elsberry Fall Festival. The date for this year’s …
LOUISIANA – As of Monday evening, around 20 artists are signed up to paint Louisiana and its environs this weekend as part of Golden Hills of Louisiana Plein Air, the town’s annual open-air art event.
PERRY, MO. – Come set sail with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Mark Twain Lake Sailing Association for a day of pirate fun on Saturday Sept. 21, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the M.W. Boudreaux Memorial Visitor Center on Mark Twain Lake.
Members of the Louisiana Garden Club awarded the Yard of the Month to Jack and Trina Sims for the month of August. Jack and Trina have maintained their beautiful yard at 2300 Georgia Street during the midst of all of the Georgia Street corridor construction. Jack and Trina enjoy sitting on t…
CLARKSVILLE – In “Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day” the denizens of the Hundred Acre Woods faced a problem the residents of eastern Pike County could sympathize with this spring: inexorably rising waters.
CLARKSVILLE – Friends of the Clarksville library gathered Sunday for an early celebration of the country’s birthday and of the library’s dedication 109 years ago.
CLARKSVILLE – Officers of the Clarksville Memorial VFW Post 4610 were honored at the Department of Missouri Convention held from June 6 to June 9 in Springfield, Mo.
All local Vietnam Veterans will be honored on Saturday, March 30 with a recognition program and lunch at First Presbyterian Church in Louisiana. Reservations are not necessary. Pike County Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, is hosting the event for the veterans and their spouses,…
More than 30 vendors will be featured during the first Spring Fling Shopping Spree hosted by the not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC).
The Frankford Rural Fire Department will be hosting its fifth annual Quarter Madness fund raiser on April 5th. This event promises to follow previous quarter madness events that have been held in the surrounding areas.
Missouri’s oldest Eagle Days event took place this past weekend in Clarksville as area onlookers had the chance to observe and learn about eagles during a variety of activities.
A Diamond Tour trip is being planned for Washington D.C. on Thursday June 6 through Wednesday June 12, the tour includes 10 meals, six breakfast, and four dinner, lodging and motorcoach transportation.
Saturday, Jan. 19, LHS Alumni and Friends Association will hold their next planning committee meeting at 9:30 a.m. at the State Farm Insurance office located at Main and Georgia Streets. Anyone who attended school in Louisiana, administrators or staff or anyone just interested in our schools…
Bowling Green, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension will reach out to local communities to help farm families, individuals and businesses with succession, estate and retirement planning.
The Northeast Elks District Hoop Shoot contest will be held on Saturday, Jan. 5, in the Louisiana High School gymnasium. The first place winners from all 10 Elks Lodges in the Northeast District will be competing for the chance to advance to the State Contest.