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Mackenzie Barr plays with Pheobe the dog after the morning’s programming ended. photo by Adam Thorp

Sgt. Corey Anderson, of the Louisiana Police Department, fixes patties as part of the department’s Pancake and Sausage Day fundraiser March 9. A good crowd braved rainy weather to attend the event at American Legion Post No. 370. Proceeds will be used to buy police equipment. (submitted photo)

Front: Helen Mustell, Candy Rule (YMCA staff), Back Row: Robert Mustell, Chuck Tophinke (Twenty-first Century Community Learning Center staff), Denise Ash (Learning Center staff), YMCA Interim Executive Director Kara Viorel, Kelly Hakenwerth (YMCA staff), Beth Graves (YMCA Staff), Noveta She…

The Louisiana Community Food Pantry ended 2018 having assisted over five thousand families (13,255 individuals) throughout the year for a total measured 47,000 pounds of food distributed not counting  holiday turkeys, chickens, and hams.

This year’s Rise and Shine Heat Up St. Louis fundraiser is from 6-10:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 15, at Hardee’s locations in Bowling Green and Louisiana.

The Louisiana Community Betterment Assoc. is sponsoring the 4th Annual Photo Contest and Exhibition on February 23, 2019. The Photo Exhibition will be held at the Twin Pike YMCA, second floor beginning at 4:00 p.m. and will run until 6:30 p.m.

The Clarksville Memorial VFW Post 4610 and Auxiliary held their regular meeting with Commander Herbert Everett and President Mary Tarpein Presiding, with several members attending for Post and Auxiliary.

According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that is produced by the natural breakdown of uranium in rocks and soils. “Radon becomes a problem for people when that breakdown continues to occur inside buildings and people …

The American Heart Association recently launched #NoMOHeartDisease, a year-long initiative created to increase awareness and reduce the prevalence of heart disease in Missouri. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Missouri, taking the lives of 14,000 Missourians each year.

The Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital and the Columbia Vet Center are teaming up to provide area veterans with services such as Veterans Health Administration enrollment and counseling for post-traumatic stress disorder and military sexual trauma.

The Louisiana Lions Club will give up to 100 free eye screenings during Louisiana Country Colorfest. The first-come, first-served event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Pike Pioneers Senior Center, 521 Georgia Street. It is being co-sponsored by the office of …

The Louisiana Community Betterment Association is now taking applications for new LCBA Youth Group members.

Beginning on Oct. 1, the Louisiana Community Food Pantry will have a change in its hours of operation. The Pantry will still be open from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Monday and Friday. However, there will be no Wednesday hours throughout the winter.

The newest healthcare facility in Bowling Green will be opening its doors to the public via an open house scheduled for next week. The facility began seeing patients on July 18. According to a copy of a press release, the Bowling Green location of Dialysis Clinic, Inc., will have an open hou…

The American Red Cross has authorized the Bowling Green Times to announce that there are three blood drives scheduled this week in Pike County.

The Clarksville Memorial VFW & Auxiliary, 36th year celebration was a big success. The evening opened with a prayer given by Chaplain Rev. Al Boatman, the Pledge of Allegiance led by the Youth Group and the National Anthem led by President Mary Tarpein.

The 11th Annual Clarence Luebrecht Veterans Appreciation hog roast was held on Saturday, August 18, with approximately 100 in attendance including nine residents from the Mexico Veterans Home.