Belle/Bland
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BELLE — Belle aldermen passed an ordinance Oct. 12 to enforce an inflow and infiltration policy that could result in monthly fees if residents don’t comply. Ordinance 615 enforces … more
BLAND — The city of Bland is working with crews from Magi Corporation, Inc., headquartered in Rolla, this week to refurbish water storage tanks according to Mayor Lee Medlock. “Right … more
The city of Bland broke ground Friday on a five-year plus water project with Public Works Director Jason Lewis directing the way. “That is as far as we have made it so far,” Lewis said … more
BELLE — Ozark Central Ambulance District (OCAD) plans for a helipad in Belle has gained more momentum due to increased donations of time and material and could be completed relatively … more
The Belle-Bland Community Center was already set to receive its new stoves prior to the Sept. 13 monthly meeting when the Belle-Board of Aldermen approved spending $35,000 to pave two-thirds of the … more
The Belle Elementary School hosted a Back To School Parade on October 1 for grades kindergarten through fifth. Students walked down Third Street, took a left onto Highway 89 to circle back around to … more
BELLE — Ozark Central Ambulance District (OCAD) has had to spend more than $7,500.00 on vehicle maintenance for August while facing low income during the same time period. Truck 51 currently … more
Belle, MO – September 23, 2021. As part of the City’s overall efforts to improve services to its citizens, the City of Belle has put its complete municipal code online. To use the new … more
BELLE — A book release party was held in Belle by author Caitlin Jones to celebrate the publication of her first book of poetry on Sept. 25. Jones’ book, Deep Breaths, was published on … more
Brady McMullin (above), of Belle was the youngest bull rider at this year’s Battle of the Bulls held Saturday at Belle City Park. McMullin is a freshmen at Belle High School. This is his third … more
A unanimous decision by the Belle Board of Aldermen on Sept. 14 to raise taxes for the city was not approved by the Missouri State Auditor’s Office due to a paperwork deficiency according to … more
Following a search warrant search on Sept. 8 in Belle, a 33-year-old Belle woman who is a persistent offender has been charged with new felony drug charges. The Maries County Sheriff’s … more
The Belle Board of Aldermen on Sept. 14 closed the commuter parking lot on Alvarado Avenue known as “the tracks” to loitering after a local business owner expressed concerns about … more
While the city of Belle lifted their boil advisory on Sept. 17 after extending it another two days, the Public Works Department has continued to repair water main breaks near Apple Street. During … more
UNION — A Union motorcyclist died Monday when he was stopped in traffic, struck from behind by another motorist, and pushed into a stopped vehicle in front of him. Eddie D. Jacobs, 62, was … more
Belle Mayor Josh Seaver released a statement Sept. 12 on the City of Belle’s Facebook page in order to address concerns some citizens have voiced at the current city water issues. In the … more
Three Rivers Electric cooperative members participated in a “Fill the Truck with school supplies” event at the co-op’s drive-thru meeting that took place Aug. 6. “Commitment … more
BELLE — Maries County R-2 Superintendent Dr. Lenice Basham said Friday that enrollment numbers for pre-k through twelfth grade are at 734 districtwide three weeks into the 2021-22 school year, … more
BELLE — The City of Belle was plagued with numerous water main breaks starting last Thursday and continued into Labor Day weekend, causing boil advisories to be issued for affected areas of the … more
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