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BELLE — Following a 72-hour waiting period, Belle Mayor Josh Seaver confirmed Friday that the board of aldermen voted 4-0 in closed session Oct. 8 to terminate the employment of Belle Police … more
Ed Gehlert said he had an issue with a couple of dogs in December 2017 through February 2018, when the animals were suddenly removed. His neighbor, Brooke Buddemeyer, had dogs that were mean, and … more
BELLE — Nearly 30 citizens upset about rising crime rates in town and lack of police patrol lined the walls and filled the chairs at city hall Oct. 8 to talk about their concerns, and discuss … more
BELLE — Mayor Josh Seaver said Oct. 9 that after making phone calls to determine where to report Marshal Joe Turnbough’s alleged violation of Missouri Sunshine Law, a request for … more
BELLE — Marshal Joe Turnbough reacted to comments concerns from citizens and accusations from alderment Oct. 8 during a city meeting. “Joe, these people have a right to know as … more
The Vienna Chamber of Commerce (VCOC) is looking for chamber members who are interested in taking on or continuing a leadership role as an officer on the board. At the September chamber meeting at … more
The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri will temporarily be operating a Mobile Pantry in Belle in response to the closing of the CAS Projects Storehouse Food Pantry. The addition will … more
VICHY — There was a nice group of people who came out for the annual Century Farm dinner and presentation at the Vichy Firehouse last Wednesday night when four farm families were honored with … more
MARIES COUNTY — Maries County Presiding Commissioner Victor Stratman said a local person asked him if there is anything county government can do to get property owners to clean up their … more
VIENNA — A celebration was held Monday evening at the Vienna Base of the Maries-Osage Ambulance District (MOAD). The celebration was for the completion of the new helipad constructed on a … more
JEFFERSON CITY — An executive order issued Monday by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson  directs state health, safety and education departments to develop a statewide campaign to educate, warn, and … more
It was a beautiful, temperate day in Mid-Missouri with a big crowd of local people coming out to bid or just watch the auction. more
The Maries County Advocate received 28 awards Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Missouri Press Association’s 2019 Better Newspaper Contest for work produced in 2018. Awards were presented during … more
BELLE — Belle aldermen agreed Oct. 8 to report Marshal Joe Turnbough to the Missouri Board of Ethics and request an investigation. The decision came after Deborah Turnbough stated in open … more
BELLE — Daryl White, Jr., said Monday that the Fight Like a Tiger Benefit Oct. 5 to support two ladies from the Belle High School Class of 1994 who were diagnosed with cancer earlier this year, … more
“I just recently started school at State Tech in July, pursuing a degree in nursing,” says Taylor Gehlert. “Although the program is challenging, for the first time I’m so … more
Crown Power & Equipment closed Oct. 1 on the purchase of Schaeperkoetter  Sales & Service, Co., in Mt. Sterling, and  Brian Schaeperkoetter’s Kubota of the Ozarks store in … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo., — In light of the Sept. 26 whistleblower news concerning President Donald Trump’s conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about former Vice President … more
MARIES COUNTY — M aries County Presiding Commissioner Victor Stratman said he was looking at a website and there are three locations in Maries County that are listed on applications for medical … more
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, … more
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