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A suspected propane gas explosion at a residence located in the 33000 block of Highway 28 west of Belle took the life of a local homeowner early Friday morning. The Belle Volunteer Fire Department … more
BELLE — Friends of the Belle Library (FoBL) celebrated member appreciation day with a barbecue and bake sale at Barb’s Books in downtown Belle, Saturday, April 24. Members worked on … more
BELLE — Osage Arts Community (OAC) is slowly recovering after being hit hard during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. OAC’s main campus is located on a 175-acre farm in Osage County … more
The Maries R-2 Board of Education set June 6 as the open house date during the April 27 meeting for any person who would like to walk through the Building Trades project house and offer … more
BLAND — Alderman Ned Steiner informed fellow Bland Board of Aldermen members on Monday night that he has reached out to local musicians and entertainers about having a “shindig” at … more
Melonie D. Breeden, 40, and Ronald Stubblefield, 65, of Belle, were arrested as part of a drug operation on Tuesday of last week at Belle, and Jeremy Basham, 48, of Koeltztown, was arrested on … more
During the April 27 Maries R-2 Board of Education meeting, directors voted 6-0 to have all buildings located at one campus in the next 15 to 25 years. The discussion began when Superintendent Dr. … more
During the April 13 Belle city meeting, Alderman Sundi Jo Graham asked The Advocate why Baretich was being referred to as Public Works Director since last July of 2020.  The Advocate … more
Missouri Ozarks Community Action’s Head Start facilities in Owensville, Belle, and Rolla recently received shoe deliveries through  the non-profit “Shoes from the Heart” group … more
During a special meeting on April 21 called by the Belle Mayor Steve Vogt, aldermen accepted the resignation of Marshal Joe Turnbough and created new workplace policies. During the April 13 city … more
The Belle Board of Aldermen heard from citizens on April 13 about water drainage issues and curbing requests before later discussing the city’s meter replacement project. At least two of the … more
BLAND — Belle senior trippers sold 300 hanging baskets and raised $1,650 over the weekend to help fund their 2021 class trip to Florida, according to class sponsor Sarah Mouser. “We … more
BLAND — Straggler ballot numbers from Gasconade County resident voters in the Maries R-2 School District in the April 6 election included the following precinct.  Redbird precinct had … more
Superintendent Dr. Lenice Basham told the Maries R-2 Board of Education on March 30 that the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has changed COVID-19 restrictions to reduce social distancing for six … more
BELLE— Pine Ridge pool outside of Belle is undergoing possibly its first media blast, wall and floor repairs since its 1964 construction, according to Jay Gallagher with Custom Pump and Well … more
BELLE — Integrity Engineering’s Terris Cates congratulated Bland aldermen on April 5 for concluding the bidding process on the city’s six-year water infrastructure project and being … more
BELLE— The Maries R-2 Board of Education swore in newly elected officials, nominated Joey Butler II to remain president and Kenda Sanders to serve as vice president during the Monday night … more
BELLE — Belle Elementary School (BES) Principal Vanessa Feeler told the board of Education on March 30 that she not only wants to extend summer school to five hours a day for 12 days, she also … more
Belle Marshal Joe Turnbough returned to the board of aldermen meeting Tuesday night at 10:10 p.m., addressed the board and announced his intention to resign his post via letter on Friday. The … more
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