BOWLING GREEN—Last Friday, the owners and staff of MeMe’s Pantry on S. Court Street were offering a free lunch of pork burgers, brats and hot dogs to everyone in the community to help them celebrate their 30th anniversary in business.
BOWLING GREEN—If you’re looking for some good, high-protein drinks to carry you through the day, or a nutritional alternative to an afternoon energy drink, then Full Throttle Nutrition is the place for you.
Bowling Green—At the end of August, Casey Goetz and his staff drove to Pike County to provide dental care to the children in the local Amish community.
BOWLING GREEN—Come this Saturday, the town square will be filled with vendors, vintage cars and antique tractors for the 26th Annual Champ Clark Heritage Festival.
BOWLING GREEN—The main goal of the Downtown Revitalization Committee is to draw more people back to the downtown area of the city. With the weather finally cooperating, that’s what happened Friday afternoon when the Farmers & Artisans Downtown Marketplace came to life.
BOWLING GREEN—Sobriety changed her life and her business. Owner of Gypsy Soul Salon and Boutique, Brittney Reuther, faced her life head on more than five years ago, when she realized that alcohol was running and ruining her life.
LOUISIANA—When Jodie Ries and Tiffanie Kurz started their business—Handmade Harvests—last October they had no idea it would grow so quickly. The popularity of their products, which they were selling at vendor events and online, showed them that they also needed a physical footprint in town.
BOWLING GREEN—Unless you’re returning to Bowling Green from a trip south on Hwy. 61, you probably haven’t seen the new billboard that went up Thursday morning.
BOWLING GREEN—With a loud cheer and a huge burst of colors, more than two dozen hearty runners—and walkers—plus one dog—took off at Bowling Green’s big park in the first Color Run 5K put on by the Twin Pike Family YMCA.
In April, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services released the overall hospital quality star ratings. CMS rated more than 4,500 hospitals from one to five stars, with five representing the highest quality rating. Pike County Memorial Hospital received an impressive four out of five st…
BOWLING GREEN —Nearly two years to the day of receiving Chapter 11 protections, Lakeway Publishers Inc., the parent company of the Bowling Green Times, has emerged from bankruptcy.
LOUISIANA—From guns and ammo to pens and paper, and some bait thrown in on the side, if that’s what you’re looking for, you have Eagle Outfitters, Eagle Business Products, and 54 Guns Pawn and More, as well as The Fishing Shack available just outside of downtown Louisiana on Hwy. 54.
The Louisiana Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards ceremony last Thursday to honor local people for their efforts in making the community a better place to live.
LOUISIANA—Louisiana will soon have a new pizza place now that Chad Bowen and his son, Chad Jr., are ready to open the doors on what was once a Pizza Hut restaurant.
Sheri Grote is seen here painting angel wings on the back of the Ann Layne Boutique building, just off of N. Court Street. Grote, who is also an art teacher at Bowling Green R-I School District, said Ann Layne owner Stephanie Klott commissioned her to paint the mural after seeing something s…
In March of 2001, Duke Energy North America sold 100% interest in the 640-megawatt power plant under construction just west of Vandalia to NRG Energy Inc., which later sold it to Ameren Missouri. Construction of the natural gas-fired facility began in May 2000 but was not fully operational f…
BRENTWOOD, Tenn.—Tractor Supply Co., recently announced that it has entered into an agreement to buy Orscheln Farm and Home in an all-cash transaction for about $297 million.
Elisha and Clay Koenig have been part owners of the Realty Shop on Bus. 61 since 2017. Last month on Jan. 29 they bought out the other half and now are the sole owners of RE/MAX Realty Shop. Elisha said that she and Clay are high school sweethearts from Bowling Green High School. They have t…
Last Thursday, Bibb-Veach Funeral Homes LLC in Bowling Green and Silex received licensure by the Missouri State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors to operate a licensed crematory and is now operating under the name Bibb-Veach Funeral Homes and Crematory LLC after having completed a rou…
The Board of Directors of Community State Bank of Missouri announced that Barbie Gamm and Bridgette Reuther have been promoted to vice-presidents and Brittany Henke has been promoted to assistant branch manager, as well as Megan Ginnings was promoted to loan support officer.
BOWLING GREEN—The buildings around the city’s square look remarkably similar to when they were first constructed. Business names have changed over the years, but one—the Bowling Green Pharmacy—has been a steady operation in the building on the west side of the square.
BOWLING GREEN—The recent improvements made to the Bowling Green Municipal Airport will now allow for twin-engine aircraft use of the facility. Saturday, members of Bowling Green’s Chamber of Commerce and members of the airport board, as well as a CMA engineer, attended a ribbon cutting cerem…
Although the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet was canceled because of the COVID-19 virus, the Chamber still awarded the annual recognitions given to individuals and businesses in our city. Members of the Chamber distributed the awards to the various recipients at their places of bus…