BOWLING GREEN—The letter of resignation came as a surprise to some, but Kevin Krietemeyer, head coach for Bowling Green’s football team decided he wanted to spend more time with his family.
BOWLING GREEN—The hallway was packed with parents and children as they lined up to meet Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus inside the Pike County Health Department Home Care and Hospice building.
BOWLING GREEN—Sitting in a deer blind, at the top of most hunters’ thoughts most likely would be will I be able to bag a deer this season.
LOUISIANA – Mayor Marvin Brown walked Louisiana’s Rotary Club through the city’s financial situation and the steps city leaders hope will improve it at the club’s regular meeting Thursday.
BOWLING GREEN – The North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) has been awarded $558,955 to upgrade homes and provide additional emergency services to clients.
BOWLING GREEN—Thomas Wolfe famously wrote the book, “You can’t go home again.” In her life, Jessie Lee Johnson did as she wanted and saw those words from Wolfe as a challenge. Earlier this year, she returned to Bowling Green for a class reunion after a life lived well, enriched by knowledge …
A flurry of roadwork is scheduled to take place in Pike County next week. Weather permitting, MoDOT crews have scheduled culvert replacements on several Pike County routes.
The North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) has been awarded $558,955 to upgrade homes and provide additional emergency services to clients.
VANDALIA – A hoped-for federal grant to widen Hwy. 54 went to other projects in 2019, but supporters of the project committed at a meeting the week before last to keep trying to make it happen.
LOUISIANA – Ahead of a January deadline to submit ballot language, City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday, Dec. 17, to fine-tune their proposal to voters for a series of property tax increases.
BOWLING GREEN—Santa Claus came to town and kicked off the holiday season last Friday. Beginning at dusk, the air was crisp and downtown Bowling Green was celebrating with lights, shopping and other activities, such as the “Living Windows” displays in participating businesses.
LOUISIANA – City Council voted at its Monday meeting to add a 25 cent charge to each monthly city water and waste removal bill in order to resume recycling service to Louisiana.
With his mother already homeless, one man journeyed across the state of Missouri between trips in and out of jail looking for a home. Nearby, a woman had been homeless for the past four years, never knowing when she might sleep somewhere with a roof over her.
BOWLING GREEN—Some may say that the Christmas season starts too early, and it seems like it gets earlier every year. But for the Teasley family, it’s a necessity.
BOWLING GREEN—Before opening a new facility here in Bowing Green, DCI’s dialysis clinic operated out of smaller quarters in the Louisiana hospital.
LOUISIANA – Volunteers worked away in the First Christian Church of Louisiana the evening of Saturday, Oct. 26, building an imposing wall of shoeboxes. Each brick in that wall contained school supplies, toys and hygiene products — in short, a package of Christmas cheer, ready to be dispatch…
LOUISIANA – Last Tuesday’s City Council meeting returned to the question of an independent parks board for Louisiana — one of a series of proposals that Council Finance Chair Susan Fregeau introduced in an effort to create new streams of revenue to support city services.
LOUISIANA – The two remaining spans of the Old Champ Clark Bridge splashed into the Mississippi Monday afternoon, blown to pieces in one of the last steps toward the bridge's complete obliteration.
BOWLING GREEN—Wind-whipped snow slashed at them sideways, but these men faced worse. They stood tall and strong on Bowling Green’s town square to honor those veterans who fought for the freedoms all U.S. citizens hold dear.
BOWLING GREEN—It was a brisk, chilly morning Friday when the Pike County Health Department and Hospice held its fourth annual flag dedication ceremony and salute to veterans.
BOWLING GREEN—Two youngsters shivering in the cold holding an ineffectual umbrella in a blowing snowstorm immediately showed the commitment the Bowling Green Middle School had to its program to honor veterans Monday.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced the planned date for the implosion of the last two spans of the Champ Clark Bridge.
The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) is seeking applications from income-qualifying residents of Pike County for its home weatherization program.
Weather permitting, MoDOT crews will be doing bridge maintenance on two routes in Pike County in the coming weeks. Please see below for locations and details.
The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) has promoted Andy Orf of Bowling Green from maintenance technician to a construction supervisor for the NECAC Self-Help Housing Home Rehabilitation program.
Louisiana Public Library will not operate Wednesday sand Saturdays due to a temporary staffing shortage. The decision was made at the Oct. 14 meeting of the Library Board.
CLARKSVILLE – Another enterprise was formally welcomed to Clarksville’s suddenly seemingly crowded business district Saturday: a small coffee shop on Howard Street, brewing coffee with a sense of mission.
Jefferey Miller of Louisiana was involved in a wreck in the early morning of Wednesday, Oct. 31, according to a report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
The span of the old Champ Clark Bridge nearest Louisiana will be taken apart starting next week, the latest stage in the demolition of the bridge. Two spans on the
Representatives of Louisiana Community Betterment were in attendance as Missouri Community Betterment (MCB) honored 13 communities, five youth groups and 9 community leaders at their 56th Annual Conference held in Mexico, Mo. on Oct. 14.
From Tuesday, Nov. 12 through Thursday, Nov. 14 MoDOT will be doing bridge maintenance on the bridge on Missouri Rte. 161 over U.S. 61. The road will be reduced to one lane traffic from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning one quarter mile before and one quarter mile after the bridge in each direction…
LOUISIANA – City Council saw a fleshed-out set of proposed property tax increases at their meeting Monday. Together, the proposed levy would dedicate new funds to the city’s parks, cemetery and library, in the hope that it will relieve pressure from those line items on the city’s balance she…