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MoRoots Music Festival

MO Roots Festival is an Annual two-day musical sampling of favorites from your area as well as the top regional acts from Missouri with camping, floating, food, drinks, and local, handmade goods. May 1; Friday – Gates open at 10am and music starts at 2:30 p.m. and goes until 4 a.m. May 2; Saturday – Music starts at 1 p.m. and goes until 4 a.m. at Bass River Resort – Outdoor space at 204 Butts... 

Bourbon Senior Center

Menus Apr. 22- Apr. 28 Wed., – Smothered chicken or liver & onions, mashed potatoes/gravy, cranberry/apple salad, succotash, chocolate chip bars. Thur., – Roast beef or Chili dog, green beans, carrots, mashed potatoes/gravy, cherry cheese cake. Fri., – Fish or country fried steak, beets, cabbage & carrots, mashed potatoes/gravy, ice cream & cookies. Mon.,-Meatloaf or baked... 

BHS Menus

Apr. 15-Apr. 21 Breakfast Wednesday – Oatmeal, cinnamon toast, mixed or fresh fruit. Thursday – Breakfast burrito, pineapple or fresh fruit. Friday – Biscuit/gravy, breakfast chicken patty, peaches or fresh fruit. Monday – Waffles, apples or fresh fruit. Tuesday- Biscuit/sausage,gravy, peaches or fresh fruit. Cereal and toast or a smoothie and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wednesday... 
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BES And BMS Menus

Apr. 22-Apr. 28 Breakfast Wednesday – Oatmeal, cinnamon toast, mixed or fresh fruit. Thursday – Breakfast burrito, pineapple or fresh fruit. Friday – Biscuit/gravy, breakfast chicken patty, peaches or fresh fruit. Monday – Waffles, apples or fresh fruit. Tuesday- Biscuit/sausage,gravy, peaches or fresh fruit. Cereal and toast or a smoothie and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wednesday... 

‘Drive 4 Ur School’ This Saturday

By Jeff Tolle Been wanting to test drive a new Ford? Now’s your chance to do this at a convenient location and help Bourbon High School earn extra money to help with their athletic programs. All test drives are free to the public. The Ford Motor Company nationwide has been helping schools and communities across the country earn money with their “Drive 4 Ur School” programs since 2007. Ford will... 

‘Cutting For A Cure’ On Saturday

Tammie Finney and all the good folks down at the Bourbon Hair Shack are inviting everyone to their store behind the Town & Country Supermarket this Sat., Apr. 25 for a fun event that will go a long way to help two families in their struggle to fight cancer. It starts at 9 a.m.. and ends at 2 p.m. Former Town & Country Bank employee Francis Lee and 9-year old Landon Gauer are holding their own... 

Couple Celebrates 90 Years At Paramount

CARRICKS: Lien and Keith Carrick recently celebrated a combined 90 years of employment at Paramount Apparel International last month. By Jeff Tolle Lien and Keith Carrick recently celebrated an anniversary. No, not a wedding anniversary. Together, they now have ninety years of working together at Paramount Apparel International. That is not a misprint. I repeat, ninety years. While most of us would... 

Children Search For Eggs At City Park

8 month old Hadley Harper enjoys visiting with the Easter Bunny during the Bourbon Booster Club’s Egg Hunt last Saturday. Bourbon children scoured the grounds at City Park searching for Easter Eggs on Sat., Apr. 4. By Jeff Tolle Delighted Bourbon-area children eagerly searched the grassy areas around the main pavilion at City Park last Saturday at the Bourbon Boosters’ Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The... 

ATV Accident Injures Minors

At least 2 minor children were injured when an ATV overturned on Hwy. WW Thursday afternoon. Starlin K. Kirkpatrick, 64, of Bourbon, was driving a 1988 Honda TRX300 southbound on the highway when, according to a report by the Highway Patrol, Adienaidan Suntrip, 3, also of Bourbon, “interfered with the vehicle controls causing the driver to lose control. The vehicle then overturned and struck a fence.” Kirkpatrick... 

Council Receives Presentation On Water Tower Repair

Joel Ogle of Maguire Iron, Inc. made a presentation to the City Council on what his company can do to help Bourbon paint the downtown water tower. By Jeff Tolle The Bourbon City Council began its search for a vendor to paint the downtown Water Tower by hearing a presentation at their meeting on Mar. 17. A representative from Maguire Iron, Joel Ogle, had visual and written aids to help explain his proposal... 
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