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MARIES COUNTY — Maries County Commissioners gave unanimous approval Nov. 27 for a two-year contract between the county sheriff’s office and the city of Belle to provide law enforcement services … more
The city of Belle has rescheduled the Neighborhood Watch organization meeting from Thursday, Dec. 5 to Monday, Dec. 9. Belle Mayor Josh Seaver said the reason for the change is because he won’t … more
The Maries R-2 Board of Education discussed on Nov. 19 if Mondays were optional bad weather make-up days, because it has been off-limits in the past. Since the district operates on a four-day … more
Joey Butler II, president of the Maries County R-2 Board of Education, asked Nov. 19 if the district could consider initiating a bus route for extremely cold days during the winter. “We have … more
BELLE — Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman released a draft contract Monday afternoon to the Belle Board of Aldermen outlining the terms of agreement if his department were to take over the duties … more
Belle Marshal Joe Turnbough and Kurt Seba, a bail bondsman located in Belle with affiliations in Rolla, gave away 10 Thanksgiving dinners Monday after pulling people over on “traffic … more
A Bland man was found dead in his cell at the Franklin County Detention Center (FCDC) Nov. 25 by an inmate and deputies. Tyler K. Bailey, 32, was found at approximately 3 p.m. hanging by a piece … more
BLAND—The Bland Community Park received two new picnic tables made of recycled tires through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Scrap Tire Program. The purpose of the grant program is … more
Belle Community Betterment Association (BCBA) announced at the Nov. 12 meeting that they were able to purchase 10 new light pole snowflakes to replace 10 of the city’s old Christmas decorations … more
Bland Board of Aldermen pulled the checkbook from the Bland Park Board at the Nov. 12 meeting until further information on their finances are forthcoming. Bland Alderman Diana Mayfield notified … more
BELLE — A Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) pursuit  of a wanted Linn man Friday morning ended in a crash and minor injuries to his two female passengers. The fleeing man, identified … more
Bland Board of Aldermen approved a Bland Magical Christmas Decorating Competition Nov. 12 to help increase community involvement. Residents will have until Dec. 20 to decorate their homes or … more
Belle Marshal Joe Turnbough said Phelps Health donated 11 radios to the Belle Police Department that will need to be reprogrammed before they can be used. “The hospital paid to de-program … more
Following a neighborhood watch informational meeting Nov. 6, nearly 50 area residents at the Belle-Bland Community Center agreed to meet again Dec. 5 for an organizational meeting. Maries County … more
The Maries County Sheriff’s Department hosted an informational community neighborhood watch meeting Nov. 6 at the Belle Bland Community Center where citizens discussed their concerns about the … more
Gasconade County residents and property owners should have received their 2019 tax statements this past week. Residents of Owensville and those Gasconade County residents with property in  … more
During the question and answer portion of the neighborhood watch meeting Nov. 6, police officers answered the following questions: Q: Can I use physical force to remove someone from my … more
During the Oct. 24 Maries R-2 Board of Education meeting, Director Tom Kinsey II noticed Belle High School had 50 disciplinary actions for the month. Kinsey read from Principal Leah … more
A Belle woman received serious upper leg and head injuries in a nearly head-on crash at 2:40 p.m. Friday in front of New Hope United Methodist Church on Highway 28 west of Owensville. Shanae L. … more
Porkyz hosted the 2019 Harvest Festival Oct. 26 in Downtown Belle, with great success. Vendors lined the cattle barns at the Belle City Park for spectators viewings, and the Belle High School dance … more
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