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Eighth grade graduates

Griggsville-Perry Westley Andstedt, Cajun Austin, Bryan Brown, Conor Buchanan, Ross Curfman, Chris Deplae, Brina Embree, Collin Ingram, Aidan Keats-Mountain, Aaron Kurfman, Brandon Lemmons, Emily Lemons, Reese Liehr, Brayden Martin, Wyatt Mowen, Ryan Phillips, Greg Piper, Mario Rodgers, Brody Rush, Ryan Satterfield, Leyden Sheley, Casen Shoemaker, Rachle Street, Layni Syrcle, Brylee Vestel, Ashtyn Wainman, Damian White,…

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Likes Lecture Series Begins June 6

The annual Marvin J and Thomas Leo Likes Lecture Series will take place each Tuesday evening in June at 7 pm DST beginning June 6. With several years of online success, we gather online again this year, via Zoom.

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Filbert to replace Boren as Pike County State’s Attorney

By DAVID CAMPHOUSE At the Monday, May 22, Pike County Board meeting, board members voted to accept the resignation of State’s Attorney Zack Boren, effective May 26. Boren is leaving the post to become a judge on the Eighth Circuit. Board President Andy Borrowman expressed thanks to Boren following the acceptance of the resignation. “We…

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Municipalities filling vacancies

By BETH ZUMWALT After several vacancies were left on various boards around the county after the April elections, officials in those communities are filling the spots by appointment. In Nebo, Penny Davidson, Jennifer Quatham and Steve Lemons have been appointed by Tom Williams, village president to fill spots on the board.. “Steve Lemons was appointed…

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Memorial Day services return from COVID

By BETH ZUMWALT “This will be our first Memorial Day service in two years,” Dean Spann, a member of the Pleasant Hill American Legion, said. “Services will be at Crescent Heights in Pleasant Hill and will last about an hour.” The Barry American Legion will perform Memorial Day services at  five cemeteries beginning at 9…

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County Tourism Grant applications due June 1

By DAVID CAMPHOUSE The deadline for the next round of grants through the Accommodations Tax Project Funding Program is June 1. The Accommodations Tax Funding Program provides project funds for ventures that promote area tourism. Eligible applicants include any individual, agency, group, business or non-profit organization whose project has a beneficial impact on Pike County.…

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