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Feb. 20-23 was Future Farmers of America (FFA) week at Belle High School. On Thursday, High School FFA members drove their tractors to school and displayed them in the teacher’s parking lot … more
Belle aldermen decline to pay attorney fees over media inquiries city forwarded to legal counsel BY Roxie Murphy Assistant Editor BELLE —An invoice of … more
BELLE — OutKast Sports Complex construction manager Jimmy Zumwalt, owner of Mid-State Pipeline, said Feb. 16 that the project is moving forward in the design phase and needs to be approved to … more
BELLE — The city of Belle’s attorney, Nathan Nickolaus with Lauber Municipal Law, filed a motion on Feb. 15 to schedule a hearing on or around March 4 in Judge William E. Hickle’s … more
BELLE — Belle aldermen on Feb. 12 passed an ordinance establishing rules to govern the public comments portion of all open meetings with a 3-0 vote. Once passed, the ordinance was … more
BELLE — “Alright, folks, here’s the story,” City Attorney Todd T. Smith began at the Feb. 12 Belle aldermen meeting. “In Missouri the Open Meeting Law is very clear on … more
BELLE — Maries County 25th Circuit Court Judge Kerry G. Rowden on Feb. 13 approved Belle Mayor Daryl White, Jr.’s, motion to change judge. The change of venue to-be-determined. White … more
BELLE — While Belle Police Officer Erican B. Sugg continues to wait for a March 21 Administrative Hearing through the Department of Public Safety to determine the outcome of complaints made … more
BELLE — The State Fire Marshal’s Office at on Feb. 13 confirmed a Feb. 7 fire at Rector Radiator Repair is under criminal investigation. According to Mike O’Connell, director … more
Belle aldermen are planning to pass an ordinance during new business tonight, Feb. 12, to establish rules for the public participation portion of all board meetings. Once passed, the ordinance will … more
BELLE —B&H Well Drilling arrived around 8 a.m. Saturday morning to replace the 1,100 pound motor in well house three near the Mitchem Avenue water tower. By 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 3, services … more
BELLE — Belle community member Jimmy Zumwalt arranged a Rock Island Trail meeting on Jan. 29 between Ron Bench from Missouri State Parks (MSP), Archer-Elgin Engineering’s Jeff Meadows and … more
BELLE — The city of Belle’s Sunshine Law attorney Nathan Nickolaus on Feb. 4 filed a partial motion for judgment on the pleadings related to Count 4 of the complaint filed by the Missouri … more
Approval to purchase a new $13,945.45 well motor for Belle’s Mitchem Ave. water tower was granted during a special meeting at 10:45 a.m. this morning (Feb. 1) during an emergency board … more
BELLE — Belle Mayor Pro Tem James (Pudd) Mitchell said on Tuesday morning that he has not viewed Lauber Municipal Law’s Jan. 24 response to the Missouri Attorney General Andrew … more
BELLE — Many community members requested minutes from the Jan. 22 meeting, specifically to find out the closed session vote that terminated the employment of long-time employee Frankie … more
BELLE — Belle Mayor Daryl White, Jr.’s attorney Thomas J. Kirsch filed a motion to dismiss in Judge Kerry G. Rowden’s 25 Circuit Court on Jan. 17 along with an entry appearance … more
BELLE — The rock house in Bland located at the corner of N. Lyford and E. Colorado streets was demolished on Jan. 18-19 by Heintz Excavating following the sale of the building from Jeff … more
BELLE — Belle residents woke Tuesday morning with no water service as main breaks on Alvarado Avenue and Jersey Street depleted the city’s water towers. Service was later restored around … more
BELLE — The Belle Board of Aldermen gave a statement in a press release on Jan. 10 regarding a lawsuit brought against them by Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey’s Office for alleged … more
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