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Bill To Repeal City’s ATV Ordinance Withdrawn

By Ryan Storz Alderman Gene Kulaga decided to withdraw a bill Tuesday that would have repealed the city’s ordinance banning all-terrain vehicles being operated on the streets. Kulaga initially proposed allowing ATVs to be used back in September, but after making a motion, no other board members spoke out in support. City attorney Robert Davis drew up an official bill for Tuesday’s meeting. Kulaga... 

Commission Open To Suggestions On Deficit

When it comes to solving Crawford County’s budget gap, all ideas are welcome. Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney Kent Howald was the first county official to bring a suggestion to the table, saying Tuesday that the county should look into what each department spent during the period when employees contributed to a self-funded insurance program and have that amount paid back out of those respective... 

Congressman Jason Smith Talks To Veterans At Bourbon High School

CONGRESSMAN JASON SMITH (kneeling) talks to veterans at Bourbon High School on Thursday during the school’s Veterans’ Day celebration.  Read More »
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MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL

Captain James W. Remillard, commanding officer of Troop I, Rolla, announces troopers will be participating in Operation C.A.R.E. during the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday weekend which will begin on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 and conclude on Sunday, November 27, 2016.  Operation C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort) is a national traffic enforcement program aimed at making holiday weekends safer. ... 
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Teddy Bear Backpacks To Hold 2017 Biennial Dessert Raffle

The Teddy Bear Backpack Club will be holding their Biennial Dessert Raffle to raise money for food for the kids in Bourbon Schools. This is the second time the group has tackled this event, the first one being in 2015. One grand prize winner will win a dessert a month for a year. There will also be 12 additional winners who will win a onetime dessert. Tickets are on sale now through Jan. 6, 2017 and... 
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Bourbon Senior Center Menus – Nov. 23-29

Wed.-Early Brunch: Sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits & gravy, chicken fried steak, hash browns, baked apples, orange juice, coffee cake, fruited jello. Thurs.-Thanksgiving. Closed. Fri.-Closed. Mon.-Sliced ham, roasted red potatoes, Tuscan blend, Chicken Parmesan, Spaghetti/marinara sauce,  apple-cranberry salad, lemon bars, fruited jello. Tues.-Swedish meatballs over egg noodles, California blend,... 

Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop I Arrest Reports

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported 14 arrests for the week of Nov. 8 – Nov. 12. Nov. 8: Ashley Bogle, 31, Viburnum, was arrested in Crawford County for felony possession of meth, two misdemeanor warrants from Crawford County for non-moving traffic violations and a misdemeanor warrant for driving under the influence in Crawford County. Nov. 8: Caleb Holbrook, 31, Salem, was arrested in... 

Project Graduation Volleyball Tournament

The Bourbon High School Class of 2017 will hold a co-ed volleyball tournament Saturday, Dec. 3. The tournament will benefit Project Graduation. Cost is $10 per person and players must be 16 or older. Each team must have a minimum of six players and at least three women on the court at all times. To register your team or for more information, contact Traci Courtouise at (573) 259-9672 or cortouiset@warhawks.k12.mo.us.  Read More »

Wise Resigns As Bourbon Police Chief

Bourbon Police Chief Rick Wise has resigned his position, effective in December, and the Bourbon Board of Aldermen motioned to offer the position to Paul Satterfield during a closed session Oct. 24. Satterfield would begin training for the position on Dec. 1. He is currently with the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department. Satterfield’s salary will start out at $21.50 per hour, then increase... 
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BHS Senior Spotlight: Kyle Wilkinson

By Raven Gross Determined, optimistic, and kind are the words most people use to describe hardworking senior Kyle Wilkinson. After spending his entire educational career in Bourbon, Wilkinson is now ready to graduate and see the world just like his two older siblings. Being on the basketball team for four years has created memories for Wilkinson. From listening to “Shake Your Money Maker” on the... 
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