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Junior Varsity Girls Honored

After the Grandview Game the Bourbon Girls Junior Varsity team was recognized for being awarded the Sportsmanship Award at the Newburg Invitational Tournament played last week. The JV team had to fill in for the Varsity during the tournament and several games prior due to the older team serving a five game disciplinary suspension. Although the JV team was not able to score any victories, they gave... 

This Week In Bourbon Sports

Boys Basketball: On February 3rd both the Varsity and Junior Varsity teams travelled to Owensville for a non-conference game. The younger boys suffered a cold-shooting night and had a hard time getting shots to fall. Bourbon did manage to lead at the end of the first half, but only went 1 for 6 from the free throw line and lost 43 to 30. Eli Sheffel led the team in scoring with 13 points, Alvero Conde... 

Head-On Collision Causes Minor Injury To Passenger

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that two vehicles were involved in a head-on collision near Leasburg on Mon., Sept.15. While both vehicles were damaged extensively, a passenger in one of the cars suffered the only injury. Cory D. Downing, 25, Leasburg, was driving a 2004 Pontiac GTO south bound on Ransom Road six miles east of Leasburg at 8:30 a.m. when he ran head-on into the 2014 Nissan... 

MSHP Troop I Arrest Report

Feb. 8 – Jasmine D. Cooper, 22, Lebanon, was arrested in Laclede County for DWI, no seat belt, and no tail light. Feb. 9 – Salman A. Rehman, 32, Waynesville, was arrested in Pulaski County for DWI – 1st, and failure to drive on right half of roadway. Feb.8 – Joshua D. Brickner, 27, Laquey, was arrested in Pulaski County for Felony Assault 2nd Degree – Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated... 

BHS Menus

Feb. 25- Mar. 3 Breakfast Wednesday – Yogurt parfait, cinnamon toast, mixed or fresh fruit. Thursday – Breakfast burrito, pineapple or fresh fruit. Friday – Biscuit/gravy, sausage, pears or fresh fruit. Monday -Waffles, pear 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

Feb. 25- Mar. 3 Breakfast Wednesday – Yogurt parfait, cinnamon toast, mixed or fresh fruit. Thursday – Breakfast burrito, pineapple or fresh fruit. Friday – Biscuit/gravy, sausage, pears or fresh fruit. Monday -Waffles, pear or fresh fruit. Tuesday- Biscuit/gravy, breakfast chicken patty, applesauce or fresh fruit. Cereal and toast or a smoothie and toast are offered as a daily alternate. Lunch Wednesday... 

Body Cameras May Not Be In Bourbon’s Future

By Jeff Tolle Instances of alleged police brutality and excessive violence have made the use of body cameras by on-duty police officers a hot-button issue all over this nation. Deploying these video recorders with policemen as they interact with the public is touted as a primary way to alleviate conflicting eyewitness statements when incidents happen, as was illustrated just 75 miles northeast of Bourbon... 

Huge Success For Boating For Buddies

Much appreciation to those that came out and supported the fundraiser, it was a packed house, with standing room only throughout the night. Boating for Buddies wants to personally recognize each and everyone that helped volunteer their time helping them that evening and in the weeks prior, special recognition to those that donated to the auction or made a monetary donation. All the auctioneers,... 

MSHP Troop I Arrest Report

Feb. 1 – Aimee R. Young, 39, Bourbon, was arrested in Crawford County on a South Franklin County warrant for failure to appear on charges of DUI – Drugs, and a non-moving traffic violations. Feb. 2 – Donald L. Bourlch, 44, Steelville, was arrested in Crawford County on a Phelps County misdemeanor warrant for neglect of child, possession of marijuana less than 35 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia,... 

Single-Vehicle Accident Totals New Car

A 2015 Subaru was totaled in a single-vehicle accident on Friday morning, Feb. 6, when, according to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol, the driver “travelled off the right side of the roadway and struck several trees.” Richard T. Morisey, 69, of Bourbon, was driving northbound on Missouri Hwy. N, four miles south of town, when the accident occurred. Morisey suffered moderate injuries in the... 
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