Lawn & Garden 2020

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  • New York woman shares her “new normal”

    Wednesday, April 22

    NEW YORK — While the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has affected everyone’s life in some way — Jade Beetle and boyfriend Rod Borges of Amityville, New York, have been impacted in a way …

  • Superload weighing 588,000 pounds travels Highway 63

    Wednesday, April 22

    A special highway shipment classified by MoDOT as a Superload traveled through Maries and Osage counties last week. For a Superload to travel on Missouri’s highways, a permit must be issued by …

  • Belle aldermen review ordinances, approve bid

    Wednesday, April 22

    BLAND — Belle aldermen listened as Mayor Josh Seaver gave the synopsis of a correspondence letter at the April 14 meeting that addressed ordinance complaints and suggestions for an …

  • Maries County says people staying home has kept crime down in Maries County

    Wednesday, April 22

    VIENNA — Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman reports recent criminal activity in the county has “been quiet.” People are at home and this makes it harder for people to steal. …

  • Calzones sue Maries County

    Wednesday, April 22

    Maries County has joined the list of governmental bodies to be sued by Ron and Anne Calzone of the Dixon area of the county. It’s another issue the elected county commissioners will have to …

  • County Commission stays with governor on stay-at-home order, discusses other COVID-19 ramifications

    Wednesday, April 22

    MARIES COUNTY — At last Thursday’s Maries County Commission meeting, concerns about the coronavirus seemed to play a role in most of the topics of conversations. Western District …

  • Maries R-1 teachers, staff working hard to educate students during this stressful time

    Wednesday, April 22

    VIENNA — Maries R-1 Superintendent Mark Parker said they didn’t teach them how to educate students during a pandemic when he was training to be a superintendent. Administrators and staff …

  • R-2 plans parade, discusses graduation

    Wednesday, April 22

    Belle seniors will be able to celebrate their former graduation day May 10 with a parade, according to Maries County R-2 Superintendent Dr. Lenice Basham. “We are still going to have a …

  • Maries R-1 planning parade for VHS Class of 2020 members

    Wednesday, April 22

    The Maries R-1 School and the Vienna community are planning a special event for the members of the Vienna High School Senior Class of 2020. Last week the school announced a parade will be held for …

  • Advocate 4-22-20

    Wednesday, April 22

  • Sheila Wansing

    Wednesday, April 22

    Sheila Mae Wansing, 70, Springfield, Ohio, passed away Sunday, April 12, 2020, at her residence following several years of failing health. She was born Nov. 3, 1949, to Donald D. and Dortha L. …

  • Bobby Cook

    Wednesday, April 22

    Bobby Ray Cook, 76, Licking, formerly of Belle, passed away Thursday, April 16, 2020, at his residence. He was born March 19, 1944, to George and Dorothy (Walker) Cook, in Belle. He was united …

  • Lorene Brandt

    Wednesday, April 22

    Lorene Nettie Brandt, 91, Dixon, passed away Wednesday, April 15, 2020, in Life Care Center, Waynesville. She was born Feb. 2, 1929, to Eugene and Stella (Wallace) Ziegler. She was united in …

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