2020 Ag Times

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  • Charlsie Creamer

    Wednesday, April 1

    Charlsie Lea Creamer, 97, Dixon, passed away Sunday, March 15, 2020, in the Lake Regional Hospital, Osage Beach. She was born June 23, 1922, to William Everett and Ethel Genevieve (Doyel) Bullock, …

  • Delores Hoffman

    Wednesday, April 1

    Delores Josefa Hoffman, 72, Jefferson City, passed away Wednesday, March 11, 2020, in SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital, Jefferson City. She was born Nov. 9, 1947, to Edward Joseph and Marie …

  • Anna Schmidt

    Wednesday, April 1

    Anna Marie Lydia Schmidt, 102, Owensville, passed away Wednesday, March 11, 2020, at Frene Valley Stonebridge Community of Owensville. She was born Jan. 23, 1918, to Walter and Minnie (Moeller) …

  • William Schluemer

    Wednesday, April 1

    William Edward Schluemer, 88, Belle, passed away Friday, March 13, 2020. He was born Oct. 30, 1931, to the late William H. Schluemer and Alma P. (Brandt) Schluemer, in St. Louis. He was united …

  • All-GVC baker’s dozen

    Wednesday, March 18

    Last Tuesday night, Gasconade Valley Conference (GVC) basketball coaches from Belle, Bourbon, Cuba, Steelville, Viburnum and Vienna met to see who would make the 2019-20 All-GVC Basketball …

  • Maries Manor on lockdown, suspends residential visitation

    Wednesday, March 18

    VIENNA — Last Thursday Maries Manor nursing home in Vienna went on lockdown, ending all visits from people coming in from the outside for fear of residents being infected with the highly …

  • Maries R-1 announces bond issue priority improvements

    Wednesday, March 18

    VIENNA — The Maries R-1 School District is asking voters to approve a no tax increase bond issue at the April 7 Municipal Election. The bond issue does not raise taxes, but does continue the …

  • Maries County voters show interest in presidential politics by good turnout at last Tuesday’s election

    Wednesday, March 18

    Maries County voters were more interested in last Tuesday’s Presidential Preference Primary than many people thought and the county’s overall 21.66 percent voter turnout proved …

  • R-1 suspends district classes March 18 through April 3

    Wednesday, March 18

    VIENNA — Maries R-1 Superintendent Mark Parke,r while talking to the Maries County Commission and the Director of the Phelps/Maries Health Department, called the current coronavirus situation …

  • Belle PD vehicles sell, bring $5,036 profit

    Wednesday, March 18

    BELLE — Belle Board of Aldermen on March 10 approved the sale of the 2010 and 2012 Dodge Chargers and a 2008 Ford Expedition formerly used by Belle police for $5,036 via sealed bids. The …

  • Aldermen discuss city marijuana, clean Belle

    Wednesday, March 18

    BELLE — Belle Board of Aldermen received a response from Bev Abel on the city’s Planning and Zoning Committee March 10 about a marijuana cultivation and sale ordinance. Belle Mayor …

  • Health department meets with commissioners

    Wednesday, March 18

    MARIES COUNTY — On Monday the Maries County Commission met with the Director of the Phelps-Maries Health Department and the Maries R-1 School District’s superintendent and school nurse to …

  • Advocate 3-18-20

    Wednesday, March 18

  • Agricultural journalism reporting, mentoring will be Professor Dailey’s lasting legacy with MU Extension

    Wednesday, March 18

    My friend and photojournalism mentor, Duane Dailey, has written his final column, ending a Missouri journalism career spanning more than 55 years. His death March 10 came rather suddenly, …

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