News
460 results total, viewing 141 - 160
VIENNA — The availability of federal CARES Act money in Maries County has assisted the Maries R-1 School District in making needed updates to technology to better serve students, sometimes … more
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) held a staff meeting last Thursday evening providing information to deputies, dispatchers and jailers, and five awards and three promotions were … more
The people who are living today have never seen a year such as 2020. There was a deadly pandemic in 1918-1920 but there is no one left alive who remembers it. There have always been hard times, in … more
The Vienna community lost a long-time community supporter and businessman last week when Forrest Honse passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020. According to a family history, written by … more
BELLE — Belle aldermen approved two new ordinances at the Nov. 10 meeting with a 4-0 vote. Ordinances 600-601 were introduced for the second month in a row to be passed. According to … more
The Phelps-Maries County Health Department reports both Maries and Phelps Counties are in Category 1 and residents are warned they are at extreme risk of contracting the Covid-19 coronavirus. On … more
VIENNA — The Maries R-1 School Board voted to approve a mask mandate for the school district in an effort to keep students and staff safe and to be able to keep the doors of the school … more
MARIES COUNTY — An anonymous survey published Thursday on The Advocate’s Facebook page questioned 19 respondents about how the Maries R-2 community felt about implementing an optional … more
Almost half a million customers of Missouri’s regulated utilities were behind on their bills in September, and 185,000 were working on payment plans to catch up with past-due accounts. That … more
A total of 178 responses came from residents in Maries, Gasconade and Osage counties of which 85 or 47.8 percent said a mask mandate should not go into effect; 81 or 45.5 percent said a mandate … more
Belle city treasurer and mother of three Michelle Jones died Sunday at Mercy Hospital Washington from complications due to stage four stomach cancer. Family members and co-workers said Jones will be … more
VIENNA — Clifford Wagner, who is pastor of the First Assembly of God Church in Vienna, which is also known as the Vienna Christian Life Assembly, has invited a police/law enforcement chaplain … more
The Vienna FCCLA is assisting the community in helping others for the holiday season. The student organization is holding a coat and can drive from Nov. 16 through Dec. 5. FCCLA President Kennedy … more
VIENNA — Chris Brundick and Roger Schulte are building a state inspected meat facility in the former WOW Pizza building along Highway V, Vienna. The Farmer’s Meat Market is anticipated to … more
A Christmas Parade hosted by local businesses has been approved for Dec. 19 by Belle aldermen. Sheila Thomas with Prokey’Z Barbeque told aldermen on Nov. 10 that the Halloween Parade they … more
The Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry is asking for assistance from Maries County businesses, churches and individuals for its annual Christmas distribution. In the past the food pantry has … more
BELLE — Marshal Joe Turnbough responded to an inquiry by Alderman Sundi Jo Graham on Nov. 10 for a STARS report update, since the board had been informed during the Oct. 19 meeting that the … more
Alderman Sundi Jo Graham on Nov. 10 asked the marshal and fellow elected officials if they had a system in place to take care of nuisance violations, as they are currently violating the separation of … more
VIENNA — Vienna’s mayor reported to the Vienna City Council at its recent meeting that the Vienna Community Development Corporation (VCDC) is nearly dissolved and the city will receive … more
Vienna will be the site of a Turkey Trot 1.5 mile and 5K family fun run/walk to be held at the park on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 26. The event is sponsored by the Maries R-1 Cross Country … more
« Prev | 1 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 23 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.