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BELLE— The city of Belle approved a Senus meter bid provided by Core and Main with a 4-0 vote during the Dec. 22 special meeting after Public Works Director Tony Baretich outlined the usage … more
VIENNA — Residents and staff at Maries Manor Nursing Home in Vienna are set to receive COVID-19 vaccines Jan. 15. Last week, Maries Manor Director of Social Services, Becky Bowser, said it … more
Vienna Chief of Police Shannon Thompson has reported the Vienna Police Department has recovered a vehicle that was stolen from Union. A Vienna police officer located a gray 2014 BMW passenger car … more
BELLE — A Waynesville man was arrested in Belle Saturday and his been charged in Maries County for felony possession of controlled substance. Anthony Destefano, 48, Waynesville, was being … more
BELLE — Belle Board of Aldermen on Dec. 22 explained to a concerned citizen that the $38,000 deficit in the Maries County Sheriff’s Department Belle Division budget was created in part by … more
VIENNA — The Rainey House in Vienna began in 1990 by Gloria Martin who opened it as a gift shop. It remained that until 2017. Then the younger generation of Martin family took an interest in … more
VIENNA — “A farmer can leave. They stay attached to the land.” When Americans think about their European ancestors coming to America, they usually think about the Atlantic Ocean … more
Belle Board of Aldermen on Dec. 22 voted 3-0 to approve former Ward 2 alderman Tony Gieck’s resignation and appoint former alderman Ken Stanfield to the seat. The appointment did not come … more
BELLE — The Maries R-2 Board of Education on Dec. 22 voted 5-2 against approving district consequences for students who fail to comply with the mask mandate, stating that they would rather have … more
BELLE — Alderman Sundi Jo Graham began her seventh month in office by “calling out” Marshal Joe Turnbough on Dec. 8 to update the board about his late state reports, and the … more
BELLE — Concerned parents approached the Maries County R-2 Board of Education on Dec. 22 to ask them to reconsider their November vote to implement a mask mandate in January. Parents Clay … more
BELLE — Maries R-2 School Board President Joey Butler II voiced his concerns about the long-term implications of a mask mandate during the Dec. 22 school board meeting, adding that he has been … more
BELLE — The Maries R-2 School District will implement a mask mandate at the return to school Jan. 5 for grades 5-12, after a 4-3 vote by the board of education on Dec. 22 failed to postpone the … more
VIENNA — The Maries R-1 School Board at the December meeting was briefed on the school district’s current construction projects and on what is planned in the near … more
A Columbia man has been charged with felony drug and weapon possession following a middle of the night traffic stop by a Maries County Sheriff’s Deputy. Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman … more
VIENNA — On a cold and snowy day before Christmas, Charlie Buntsma of the Kenner area of Maries County, was driving on Highway 28 when he saw a nice scene on a county road. It was a young man … more
Disagreements about Marshal Joe Turnbough’s activity log continued at the Dec. 8 meeting as aldermen Sundi Joe Graham and Courtney Abel asked for the sixth month in a row that reports be more … more
Neither Maries R-2 Board of Education or Belle Board of Aldermen have received new filings for the April election since last week according to officials at each facility. No filings have occurred … more
BELLE — Circumstances behind the Dec. 8 resignation of former Belle alderman Tony Gieck allege that financial documents prove Public Works Director Tony Baretich received “overpayment … more
There will be no state-ordered moratorium on utility shut offs this winter, the Missouri Public Service Commission decided Dec. 16 in a unanimous vote. The five-member commission rejected a call … more
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