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Bourbon Senior Center

Menus Aug. 19-Aug. 25 Wed.-Easy roast chicken, or Sloppy Joes, roasted red skin potatoes, broccoli, carrots, brownies. Thur.-Birthday and Anniversary-Roast beef or pork riblet, mashed potatoes/gravy, tomato/cucumber salad, coleslaw, Birthday cake/ice cream. Fri.-Crispy Herb baked chicken or stuffed tomato/tunasalad, Brussle sprouts, mixed vegetables, potato salad, cook’s choice. Mon.-Apple juice... 

MSHP Troop I Arrest Report

The Missouri State Highway patrol, Troop I, Crawford County reported six arrests for the week of Aug. 10-16. This week’s arrests were: Aug. 11; Michelle L. Parker, 35, Richland, was arrested for alleged possession of controlled substance-meth, felony unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, no valid proof of insurance. Parker was held at the Crawford County jail. Aug. 14; Bradley S. Garrison, 26,... 

Old Iron Works Day’s October 10 And 11

One of the oldest and biggest fall events is once again coming to mid-Missouri. The James Foundation is proud to announce it will host the annual Old Iron Works Day’s, now in its 37th year. Over forty crafts, displays and demonstrations will be offered during the two-day event. There will be something sure to interest everyone along with music by the Ozark Rounders and Clifty Creek Bluegrass Bands.... 

Route 66 Parrot Head Club Phlocking For Russell House

On June 20, the Route 66 Parrot Head Club hosted a Crawfish and Shrimp Boil charity event for Russell House. The event was held at Rohrer Park in Sullivan. Several club members and many non-members from the community attended the event. The entertainment was Thom Shepherd, a singer-songwriter who has written several songs for well-known country singers, including Craig Morgan. Russell House, a division... 

Warhawks Off To A Smooth Start

‘Number Overall Enrolled, Up From Last Year’ By Kelly Rose The Bourbon Schools got off to a fine start for the 2015-16 school year. Reportedly, the transition from summer fun and sleeping in to early rise and “Don’t forget your backpack” has gone smoothly and the children are excited about the new changes that have been made with remodeling that’s been done over the summer... 
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BHS Menus

Aug. 19-25 Breakfast Wed.-Yogurt, muffin, chilled peaches. Thurs.-French toast sticks with syrup, chilled applesauce. Fri.-Biscuit & gravy, sausage, chilled mixed fruit. Mon.-Waffles with syrup, chilled applesauce. Tues.-Biscuit & gravy, sausage, chilled mixed fruit. Cereal, fruit and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wed.-#1Chicken Alfredo with crackers, #2Cheesburger on bun,... 

BES And BMS Menus

Aug. 19-25 Breakfast Wed.-Yogurt, muffin, chilled peaches. Thurs.-French toast sticks with syrup, chilled applesauce. Frid.-Biscuit & gravy, sausage, chilled mixed fruit. Mon.-Waffles with syrup, chilled applesauce. Tues.-Biscuit & gravy, sausage, chilled mixed fruit. Cereal, fruit and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wed.-#1Chicken Alfredo with crackers, #2Cheesburger on bun,... 

‘International Year Of Light’ Inspiration For Festival Theme

The dedicated Bourbon Boosters are in the stage of planning Bourbon’s Annual Fall Festival. The Boosters coordinate the event with attention to detail to make sure that the parade, food, music, the booths and silent auction are ready for the occasion which takes place Sept. 18-19. Volunteers and donations are always appreciated. The Boosters meet on the first Tuesday of each month. Pictured from... 

Bourbon Schools’ Calendar Planned For New School Year

‘Motorists Are Urged To Be Extra Cautious As School Year Begins’ By Kelly Rose The Crawford County R-1 District is readily preparing for the new school year with a full calendar planned that includes scheduled early-out days, holidays and make-up days. With just a day or two to go before the school year begins, there cannot be enough attention paid in the matter of safety for both motorists... 

Steelville Girl Hurt In Accident Friday

A teenager from Steelville was injured in an accident occurring on Hwy. 19, two miles south of Steelville Fri. morning, Aug. 7. According to the Missouri State highway patrol, Lauren A. Billingsley, 16, driving a 1999 Chevy Lumina, traveled off the right side of the road, struck a fence and a tree before coming to rest. Billingsley sought her own treatment for minor injuries received. The vehicle was... 
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