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BELLE — For Faith Gieck, the 2020 Belle Fair Livestock Show that was downsized due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19, will be her last as she is about to age out 4-H. “I am not showing … more
BY ROXIE Murphy ADVOCATE Staff Writer rmurphy@wardpub.com   BELLE — The Baretich sisters showed their competitive streaks at the abbreviated Belle Community Fair that took … more
BELLE — During the July 28 Maries R-2 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Dr. Lenice Basham told board members she would like to clarify rumors going around about the canceled 2020 … more
BELLE — Belle Board of Aldermen on July 30 declined to hear a bid from Radio Wire, a company that has an expired antenna contract on one of the city water towers to provide internet service, in … more
BELLE — Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman on Tuesday said that the Belle Division and Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG) are investigating another suspected drug overdose … more
Maries R-2 Board of Education approved the district’s re-entry plan on July 28 for the 2020-21 school year with a 4-2 vote after discussing the oultined safety precautions. “Everyone … more
The Phelps-Maries Health Department last Friday reported people could have been exposed to the Covid-19 coronavirus as they rode the rides at the Midway at the annual Belle Fair July 23, 24 and … more
BELLE — Maries County R-2 Superintendent Dr. Lenice Basham said in a district press release on Friday, July 31, that a dance team student who was present at the July 25 Maries County Fair … more
BELLE —Following scheduled discussions during a special board of aldermen meeting on Thursday, recently elected Belle Alderman Sundi Jo Graham asked Marshal Joe Turnbough how the Maries County … more
BLAND — Bland aldermen visited with Park Board President Lee Nielsen July 13 and discussed the financial accountability that the park board needs to maintain to become permanent holders of the … more
BELLE — During a nearly two-hour-long meeting on Thursday morning, Belle’s Board of Aldermen tabled the discussion regarding Marshal Joe Turnbough’s alleged use of city property for … more
Maries R-2 Superintendent Dr. Lenice Basham said Monday that the one-page back-to-school plan is only what the district would need to do to reopen. A three-phase re-entry plan was scheduled to be … more
The Maries County Sheriff’s Department is partnering with the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG) to assist in the death investigation of a Belle man. Raymond Z. Limberg, 25, of … more
Superintendent Dr. Lenice Basham announced July 24 that the Maries County R-2 School District will be participating in a Missouri Elementary Ag Unit Pilot Program. Twenty elementary schools across … more
BELLE — Maries R-2 School District released on July 20 a one-page plan outlining what safety precautions they would have to have in place in order to reopen classes Aug. 25 for the 2020-21 … more
BELLE — Belle Board of Aldermen awarded an asphalt paving bid worth $80,000 during the July 14 meeting. The city received two asphalt bids for streets, including one from Pierce Asphalt for … more
BELLE — Belle aldermen on Tuesday, July 14, made plans to proceed with an investigation into allegations that Marshal Joe Turnbough used city equipment for personal gain. Alderman Tony Gieck … more
BELLE — Joseph L. Thompson 36, of Belle, may face several charges after allegedly beating up his wife and sister Saturday, and starting a fire that destroyed a trailer, which killed two dogs … more
Postponed from June 27 due to rain, a large crowd enjoyed the Bland fireworks show on Saturday. Before the sun went down, children expended their excess energy on the park’s playground … more
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