Belle/Bland News
BELLE — A string of robberies in the evening hours of Monday, Sept. 8, and early morning hours of Tuesday, Sept. 9 resulted in at least six residents reporting missing property or vandalism, …
BELLE — The Belle Ya Yas, a local non-profit group of women who help with transportation costs for people to receive medical treatment, will host their annual Battle of the Bulls Bucking for a …
BELLE — Hutcheson Ford located in St. James will be in Belle on Oct. 4, holding a Ford Drive 4 Ur School event that allows residents over 18-years-old to test-drive a vehicle in exchange for a …
BELLE — Double L Country Store in Belle has a donation jar to offset the cost of 4-year-old Bentlee Turner’s funeral, and help his parents, Frankie and Brenda Turner. Bentlee’s …
Vienna News
Maries R-1 School Nurse Lindsay Otto was recognized for her bravery and competence by the school board, school staff, and administration for saving a life this summer by doing CPR on a young girl. …
VIENNA — The Vichy Fire Department will host the Sixth Annual Leroy Tipton Memorial Tractor Cruise Sept. 15, 2019, at the Vichy Community Park.  Registration for the event will start …
VIENNA — Community support raised $27,000 in donations for the six Vienna Fire Protection District firefighters who sustained injuries in an Aug. 16 explosion at the Oaker residence, 13000 …
It is believed lightning is the cause of a generator catching fire at the cell phone tower near the Maries-Phelps County line on Monday afternoon, which resulted in a propane fed fire that closed …
Opinion
Time for one more question

President Donald Trump’s recent news conference pronouncements involving allegations by federal-government whistle blower reminded me of my growing experience in Missouri’s statehouse by …

Bill funding education for veterans expanded

One piece of legislation that is now law in Missouri is meant to provide a helping hand to veterans who want to further their education. During the 2019 session, lawmakers approved a bill that …

Workforce development, career training critical to growing Missouri’s economy

This past week, MoDOT Director Patrick McKenna announced new job numbers for the state’s ongoing transportation infrastructure projects. Despite gaining 2,300 construction jobs, a survey of …

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