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BELLE — Belle aldermen took action on Sept. 21 to dissolve the Maries County Sheriff’s police services contract during a budget workshop that was advertised on Sept. 14 at City Hall and … more
BELLE — In a 75-minute meeting on Sept. 23, Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman agreed to release the city of Belle from its police contract by Dec. 31 — 60 days — pending the Belle … more
  BELLE — A 19-year-old Belle woman received serious injuries Sept. 23 in a one-vehicle accident when the 2015 Chevrolet Traverse she was operating traveled off of the left side of the … more
The Ya Yas successfully packed the park Saturday for the annual Battle of the Bulls event. Ya Yas organizer Cindy Bulter (above) takes a fall during a game of musical chairs as fellow Ya Ya Jacy … more
BELLE — Belle Mayor Daryl White, Jr. on Sept. 13 took the time during his department head report to discuss former marshal Joe Turnbough’s return as chief of police and the future of the … more
BELLE — Belle Board of Aldermen voted all in favor on Aug. 29 to hire former marshal Joe Turnbough as chief of police until the April 2023 election, effective immediately. Mayor Daryl White Jr. … more
BELLE — A group of citizens and local organizations are prepared to request the Belle Board of Aldermen appoint some of their members to form a Belle City Park Board at the Sept. 13 city … more
Local residents were involved in multiple car accidents last week. Roger D. Stockton, 71, of Bland, was operating a 2015 Ford F250 on Saturday morning when he rear-ended a 2013 Dodge Ram 1500 … more
BELLE — Mayor Daryl White Jr. shared on Aug. 9 that nuisance violations will be more strictly enforced under his administration and Belle Municipal Court Judge Kris Crews will be dedicating 30 … more
BELLE — Missouri Rural Water Association’s Liz Grove informed the Belle Board of Aldermen on Aug. 9 that while the sewer rates looked good, the town needed to raise water rates to become … more
A Belle man was injured in a logging accident Monday morning after a tree fell on him. John Green was cutting down trees with a friend on a property located on Route D in Osage County near Cooper … more
The National Park Service and partners are hosting two community meetings for Belle, Bland, Owensville, Rosebud, and Gerald.  The meetings are an opportunity to share your feedback on planning … more
BELLE — The city of Belle is advertising to hire a chief of police since former marshal Terry Connors stepped down on Aug. 9,  four months into his four-year term. Acting Mayor Daryl … more
A Belle man was fatally injured during the evening hours of Aug. 12 when the motorcycle he was operating ran off of the roadway west of Owensville. Emil Jones, 37, was traveling west on Missouri … more
BELLE — During a July 21 special meeting that was called to discuss citizen concerns and code of conduct, Mayor Daryl White Jr. asked the board to approve citizen-suggested name changes to city … more
BLAND — Bland aldermen on Monday night were confronted with former park board president Leslie Cronin after she learned that they had dissolved the previous panel following the July … more
BELLE  — The Belle Board of Aldermen voted unanimously during a special meeting on July 28 to appoint Daryl White, Jr. to fill the vacancy left by former mayor Josh Seaver. “After … more
BELLE — Belle Mayor Josh Seaver resigned prior to a July 21 meeting called jointly by Alderman Jeanette Struemph and recently appointed Alderman Kayla Bray to discuss citizen concerns about the … more
BELLE — The Belle Board of Aldermen on July 12 questioned Marshal Terry Connors about nuisance violations enforcement which led to a soft request and refusal for the administrator’s … more
BELLE — Unhappy with being overlooked as mayor pro tem on July 11, Belle Alderman Jeanette Struemph extended the city meeting another 15 minutes by discussing personal matters that were not on … more
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