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Bulk Trash Pickup Day Is April 8.

Tues., Apr. 8, all Bourbon residents will be able to get rid of some larger items during the Bulk Trash Pickup Day.  Items such as mattresses and other unwanted furniture are allowed, but these items are not: Electronics, yard waste, and white goods. Paint is allowed if it is dry, and all tires must be quartered. All items should not be too heavy for a team of two workers to lift. Have all unwanted... 
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Royalty Is Crowned At Sweethearts Dance

By Sierra Jones The annual Student Council Sweethearts Dance was held at Bourbon  Middle School on Feb. 21. Students in grades sixth through eighth were invited to attend and there was a large crowd. This dance was an opportunity for students to get all dressed up, and everyone looked great. BMS students could run as a Sweethearts Dance candidates. Students in seventh grade had the chance to run for... 
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Bulk Trash Pickup Day Is April 8

Tues., Apr. 8, all Bourbon Residents will be able to get rid of some larger items during the Bulk Trash Pickup Day.  Items such as mattresses and other unwanted furniture are allowed, but these items are not:  Electronics, yard waste and white goods.  Paint is allowed if it is dry and all tires must be quartered. All items should not be too heavy for a team of two workers to lift. Have all unwanted... 
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MSHP Troop I Arrest Report

Mar. 9 – David N. Hollo, 33, Lebanon, was arrested in Pulaski County for failure to drive on right half of roadway, DWI. Mar. 9 – Robert K. Mauer, 36, Maryland Heights, was arrested in Shannon County on a Felony probation violation and a misdemeanor failure to appear on speeding. Mar. 9 – Raymond C. Scott, 22, St. James, was arrested in Crawford County for Felony possession of a controlled substance,... 
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This Week In Bourbon Sports

It’s time for Middle School Volleyball!  Here are the results so far as provided by Coach Jessica Crull: Bourbon 8th Grade Tournament Results on Mar. 1st: Bourbon beat Dixon 25 to 16 and 25 to 13. Bourbon split against Plato losing 16 to 25 and winning 25 to 20. Bourbon lost both games to Cuba 16 to 25 and 18 to 25. Bourbon lost both games to Sullivan by the identical score 19 to 25. Regular Season... 
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BES And BMS Menus

Mar.26- Apr.1 Breakfast Wednesday – Oatmeal, cinnamon toast, mixed fruit or fresh fruit, cereal and toast Thursday -Breakfast burrito, pineapple or fresh fruit, cereal and toast Friday -No School Monday – Pancakes, apples or fruit cup, cereal and toast Tuesday- Lunch Wednesday -Chicken taco or sloppy joe, lettuce/tomato, corn or raw veggie cup, rice, peaches or fresh fruit Thursday –... 

BHS Menus

Mar.26- Apr.1 Breakfast Wednesday – Oatmeal, cinnamon toast, mixed fruit or fresh fruit, cereal and toast Thursday -Breakfast burrito, pineapple or fresh fruit, cereal and toast Friday -No School Monday – Pancakes, apples or fruit cup, cereal and toast Tuesday- Lunch Wednesday -Chicken taco or sloppy joe or hamburger bar, lettuce/tomato, corn or raw veggie cup, rice, peaches or fresh fruit Thursday... 

Boy Scout Project At Community Center

ALL OF THE SHRUBS AND PLANTS that were placed along the front of the Bourbon Community Center have been removed so that a complete renovation can be done by Wyatt Smith. The plan calls for all new plants to be installed by the end of May. BOURBON BOY SCOUT Troop 429 member Wyatt Smith is the driving force behind the Community Center front facelift. He will be planting new shrubbery and decorating the... 
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Aftermath Of Tragic Incident

By Jeff Tolle The lead story on the front page of this newspaper describes the tragic incident between Gary Eugene Wenzel and a member of the Bourbon Police Department that started as a lengthy hot pursuit and ended in death.  The victim was declared dead at the scene and transported for autopsy. The officer involved in the shooting was required to follow standard procedures set up by the City of... 
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April 8 Bond Important For Security At High School

TAKEN FROM INSIDE the current main entrance of the high school, this photo shows how all visitors have immediate access to the cafeteria, gym, and students without having to first check in with the school office, which is 50 yards behind where photo was taken. By Jeff Tolle Voters will be asked on Apr. 8 to approve a $2.1 million dollar school bond on that will make possible revisions to the high school... 
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