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  • County commissioners to have CARES Act business reimbursement plan by July 1

    Wednesday, June 24

    VIENNA — The Maries County Commissioners continue to have discussions about the CARES Act money, the $1,020,000 the county received from the federal government to assist cities and public …

  • Bade elected president of R-1 School Board

    Wednesday, June 24

    VIENNA — Vicki Bade, a former Maries R-1 School Board President, has been elected once again to the leadership role of the R-1 board. At the special meeting June 15 to reorganize the board, …

  • Chamber names Eagle Fitness June Business of the Month

    Wednesday, June 24

    VIENNA — The new Eagle Fitness location at the corner of Highway 42 East and Mill Street in Vienna, was a vision owner Jason Crum had for his fitness business. Originally the fitness …

  • R-I board approves sale of $2.5 million General Obligation Bonds

    Wednesday, June 24

    VIENNA —At the June 15 reorganization meeting of the Maries County R-I School Board, a parameters resolution was approved that designated a final terms committee consisting of Superintendent …

  • Break-in at Old Jail Museum

    Wednesday, June 24

    VIENNA — The Maries County community was shocked and distressed to learn that parts of the county’s collective history had been taken from the historic Old Jail Museum during a break-in …

  • Bland aldermen revisit pool ordinance, second reading in July

    Wednesday, June 24

    BLAND — The city of Bland is revisiting a swimming pool ordinance that will grandfather in all existing pools in the community. Ordinance 610, Chapter 23, Article 7 was originally proposed …

  • Health Department announces two new COVID-19 cases over weekend

    Wednesday, June 24

    The Phelps/Maries County Health Department has been notified of its fourth confirmed case of COVID-19 for Maries County. This individual is a household member of the positive case identified on June …

  • Citizen stops driver leaving scene of accident

    Wednesday, June 24

    During the course of a two-vehicle accident last week on Highway 63 near Vienna, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a citizen stopped a driver from leaving the scene of the accident. The …

  • Sheriff investigates two separate ‘shots fired’ reports

    Wednesday, June 24

    BELLE — The Maries County Sheriff’s deputies responded to two separate reports of shots fired on June 17 and 18 within an eight-hour period. “One arrest was made and charges may …

  • Fair Board announces 2020 lineup

    Wednesday, June 24

    The Belle Fair Board has announced the entertainment line up for the 72nd annual event. Fair Board member Rhonda Rodgers said the annual fair will be held on Friday and Saturday, July 24 and 25 …

  • Delmar Feeler

    Wednesday, June 24

    Delmar Feeler 1929-2020   Delmar Theodore “Pat” Feeler, 90, Vienna, was born Nov. 21, 1929, near Vienna, a son of Theodore Tilghman and Effie Leona (Hayes) Feeler, and …

  • Virginia Finn

    Wednesday, June 24

    Virginia Mae Finn, 65, Rolla, passed away Monday, June 15, 2020, in Phelps Health, Rolla. She was born Dec. 5, 1954, to John William “Jack” and Virginia Verniece “Niece” (Sharp) Corey, …

  • Norma Willoughby

    Wednesday, June 24

    Norma Elizabeth Willoughby, 82, Vienna, passed away Wednesday, June 17, 2020, at her residence. She was born June 9, 1938, to Floyd Ray and Matilda “Tillie” Elizabeth (Vaughan) Kinkead, at …

  • Harold Porting

    Wednesday, June 24

    Harold John Porting, 88, Meta, passed away Tuesday, June 16, 2020. He was born Nov. 22, 1931, to Theodore and Cecilia (Albers) Porting, in Rich Fountain. He was united in marriage to Rozella …

  • AARP endorses Amendment 2 on August Primary ballot

    Wednesday, June 24

    JEFFERSON CITY — The state’s largest advocacy organization for those age 50 and older on Thursday announced its support of this summer’s “Yes on 2” vote for Missouri …

  • We cannot give up!

    Wednesday, June 24

    In Ayn Rand’s classic novel, “Atlas Shrugged,” the “looters” who lived off the government failed to understand how dependent they were on the “producers” …

  • MCA 6-24-20

    Wednesday, June 24

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