JEFFERSON CITY—The respective chairs of the Missouri House Special Committee on Redistricting and Senate Select Committee on Redistricting jointly released their proposed changes to Missouri’s congressional district map. The map, which is treated as a legislative bill, was filed Dec. 30, as …
Even though she’s faced lots of challenges during her first year in office as Pike County public administrator, Lori Fuerst said the rewards far outweigh those challenges.
When Laura Stumbaugh won the election to fill the unexpired term of the previous Pike County clerk, Susie Oberdalhoff, she said she felt like she was stepping in to a job she had already known.
With just a few months under her belt as the Pike County assessor, Tracy Riffle Foster said she is learning just how much she enjoys the job for which the people elected her.
County officials elected in November are sworn in during ceremony at the Pike County Courthouse. Judge Milan Berry, not pictured, had the group raise their right hands and swear to uphold the constitution and the laws of the state. Pictured from left to right are Coroner Chris Stark, Lori Fu…
According to CNN, supporters of President Donald Trump have breached the U.S. Capitol and one woman has been shot as one of the most iconic American buildings is engulfed in chaos after Trump urged his supporters to fight against the ceremonial counting of the electoral votes that confirmed …
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BOWLING GREEN—Susie Oberdahlhoff, Pike County clerk announced the her office of Pike County has successfully secured $10,000 in a nonprofit grant to fund safe and secure elections.
BOWLING GREEN—Two people, one from each of the two major political parties, were testing the electronic ballot boxes that will be used in the Nov. 4 election.
BOWLING GREEN—There’s a lot that goes into the office of assessor for Pike County, and Donna Prior said she’s learned all the ins and outs of the job during her five terms in office—and the 17 years before that—working in the county’s assessor’s office.
BOWLING GREEN—When she was younger, Tracy Riffle Foster said she was like a lot of young people in a small town—she was eager to get out and explore the world.
BOWLING GREEN—As momentum gathers for the November elections, the Republicans and the Democrats are urging people to get out and vote.
Following reports of a positive COVID-19 test for First Lady Teresa Parson, and due to quarantine restrictions, Gov. Mike Parson’s campaign staff has confirmed he will not be able to attend the Missouri Press Association/KOMU-8 gubernatorial forum scheduled for today, Friday, Sept. 25.
BOWLING GREEN—The suit brought against the Pike County Clerk's office and three of the staff members was dismissed late Monday afternoon.
BOWLING GREEN—Once Jim Arico had been elected mayor, it became necessary for him to step down from his position on the Bowling Green Park Board to avoid a conflict of interest. Arico made the move during the Board of Aldermen meeting July 20.
BOWLING GREEN—With the primary election wrapping up yesterday, there were a slew of calls the last few weeks to the Pike County office about mail-in ballots versus absentee ballots.
BOWLING GREEN—Pike County residents flocked to the polls Tuesday to cast their votes in the August Primary Election. Local elections decided yesterday are listed below. These results are considered unofficial until finalized by the county clerk.
PIKE COUNTY, Mo.—Come Tuesday, Aug. 4, the polls for the primary election will open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. For a complete list of polling places and a sample ballot, go to http://www.pikecountymo.net/county-clerk.html
BOWLING GREEN—Four of the candidates running for the 40th District state representative position, were on hand to answer questions from the media and the audience during the first of a set of forums Wednesday.
Because of the concerns about the heat index topping 100 degrees on Sunday, the candidate forum has been moved to the third-floor courtroom in the Pike County Courthouse in Bowling Green. The address is 115 West Main Street, Bowling Green, Mo. 63334.
Pike County — and, it transpired, every other county in Missouri — turned out in a big way for former Vice-President Joe Biden in the state’s Tuesday, March 10 primary election.
LOUISIANA – Republicans of Pike County met Feb. 6 at 6:30 at Faith Baptist Church for their monthly meeting. President Kathy Gamm welcomed everyone. The invocation was by Bill Allen followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Everyone enjoyed a carry-in meal.
BOWLING GREEN—The Pike County Commission passed a balanced budget Monday that they said reflected a “tight” financial situation but found room for 2 percent raises for county employees.
FRANKFORD – Republicans of Pike County held their annual Lincoln-Reagan Day fundraiser on Oct. 4 at the Outer Road Event Center in Frankford. Attendees enjoyed a light buffet while visiting with officials and those aspiring to run for office. They also vied for door prizes. Trump flags, yard…
CLOPTON – A special meeting of the Pike County R-III Board of Education Thursday ground to a halt as board members disagreed over whether they had been provided with the information they asked for at their last meeting.
LOUISIANA – A little more than 90 years ago, Louisiana, Pike County and well-wishers from around the country gathered to mark what was understood to be an epochal moment in the history of the town and the region: the bridging of the Mississippi by the Champ Clark Bridge.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Monday that public bodies in Pike County can get federal help to pay for the cost of their flood defenses and the damage left in flooding’s wake.
LOUISIANA – Work has been underway for about a week on the last way-station on the route to the opening of the new Champ Clark Bridge: the construction of the approach over the Sny levee in Illinois.
LOUISIANA – The director of Pike County’s recently launched unified emergency dispatch center reassured members of Louisiana City Council that sirens would not again fail to sound when needed in Louisiana, as they did as a tornado threatened on Friday, June 21.
LOUISIANA – A thin rivulet connected the pools of water on either side of Route 79 in south Louisiana Monday morning, Only a few weeks ago, the area between Noix Creek had been comprehensively swamped, leaving blocks of 79 inside the city limits underwater.