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Mar. 18- Mar. 24 Breakfast Wednesday – Oatmeal, cinnamon toast, mixed or fresh fruit. Thursday – Scrambled eggs, cinnamon toast, peaches or fresh fruit. Friday – Biscuit/sausage gravy, oranges or fresh fruit. Monday -Pancakes, mixed or fresh fruit. Tuesday- Biscuit/gravy, Breakfast chicken patty, applesauce or fresh fruit. Cereal and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wednesday... 

BES And BMS Menus

Mar. 18-Mar. 24 Breakfast Wednesday – Oatmeal, cinnamon toast, mixed or fresh fruit. Thursday – Scrambled eggs, cinnamon toast, peaches or fresh fruit. Friday – Biscuit/sausage gravy, oranges or fresh fruit. Monday -Pancakes, pears or fresh fruit. Tuesday- Biscuit/gravy, applesauce or fresh fruit. Cereal and toast or a smoothie and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wednesday... 

After The Fire

By Jeff Tolle Uncle Ernie’s, the popular bar and restaurant on Pine Street in downtown Bourbon went up in flames last Sunday night. The building itself was heavily damaged, but most importantly nine local jobs were lost. Already struggling financially, the closing of this business is another harsh blow to the tax receipts of this town that needs all the revenue that it can muster to fund several... 
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Kulaga Pulls Out of Bourbon Mayoral Race

By Jeff Tolle In a surprise announcement Tuesday at the Bourbon Municipal Candidates Forum one of the three candidates for mayor stated his intent to pull out of the race and throw his support to an opponent. Candidate Gene Kulaga told the audience when it was his turn to answer the first question asked at the forum that “at the present time I want to pull my name off the ballot sheet. I think that... 
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Steelville Man Accused Of Assault, Sexual Abuse

A Steelville man is charged with first-degree assault, second-degree assault and second-degree sexual abuse after he allegedly bludgeoned a man with a crow bar and grabbed a woman inappropriately in an April 2014 incident. Brock Woodfin, 38, is being held on a $300,000 cash bond. According to the probable cause statement, Crawford County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a property on Delcour... 

Long Night For City Council

The Bourbon Board of Aldermen enacted four ordinances and conducted other City business at their meeting on Feb. 17. (L-R) Acting Mayor – Alderman Danny Skaggs, City Attorney Robert Davis, Alderman Mike Manwarren, Alderman J. Stanley Bell, and Alderman John Doherty. The City has asked for bids to re-pave Colby St. after the installation of new water and sewer lines to support the proposed residential... 

Bourbon School Employee

Bourbon School Employee Janet Larrison has announced her retirement effective the end of this school year. A 20-year veteran, Ms. Larrison began as a Title 1 Language Arts Para-Professional for one year, then became a 4th-6th grade Special Education Para-Professional for the next 8 years. She is concluding her career as a High School level Special Education Para-Professional.  Read More »

Bourbon Police Arrest One For Meth

Bourbon police arrested a woman who was in possession of methamphetamine at her apartment last Wednesday. Tiffany D. Jeffries is charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police assisted the Department of Family Services with a check at 222 Spruce Street. During a walk-through, police found a syringe with a clear substance and two spoons with white residue.... 

Love Was In The Air At The Senior Center

Cupid couldn’t miss with his arrows during the Valentine’s Day Celebration on Feb. 13 at the Bourbon Senior Center. Over participants, including new faces and some that haven’t been seen for a while, came and enjoyed punch and snacks and listened to area musicians play their favorite tunes. Photos were taken so each participant could have memories to take home with them. One of the highlights... 

This Week In Bourbon Sports

Girls Basketball: The Lady Warhawks Varsity team played their final regular season game on Feb. 19 when they visited Steelville. Hot shooting had the home team in the lead throughout the game, and when Bourbon started to make their shots, it was not enough to come from behind. Bourbon ended up losing 68 to 42. Alysa Stack and Tessa Starbeck led the team in scoring with 16 and 14 each, respectively.... 
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