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Republican-Clipper photos–Whoa, donkey!: Sherece Eivins, above, calls for the ball while playing in the donkey basketball game Sunday afternoon in the South Harrison gym. The gym was packed with spectators howling with laughter while the participants tried to master the game of basketball on the back of their mounts. Tara Henry, below left, was preparing…
The future course of the South TIF District represents the single biggest issue that separates Joe Johnson and Todd Williams who are competing to succeed Dick Graner as Bethany mayor in next Tuesday’s municipal election. The newly-elected mayor could provide the swing vote on future Board of Aldermen decisions on the South TIF District, which…
Westward Councilman Randy Brejnik’s motion to discontinue spending money on the South TIF District project came one vote short of passing at Monday night’s meeting of the Bethany City Council. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
Bethany’s long wait for the start of construction on its new wastewater treatment plant came to a end Monday morning when Mayor Dick Graner officially broke ground for the $7 million facility. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
The City Council took action on a number of infrastructure projects during a brief meeting Monday night at City Hall. The council approved a bill authorizing Mayor Dick Graner to sign a loan agreement with USDA to obtain $1.256 million in supplemental financing for the wastewater treatment plant which will be under construction in 2017….
BETHANY, MO: Recreational facilities at Bethany’s Old and New city lakes will undergo a major renovation project through the Missouri Department of Conservation, officials were told at a planning meeting last Tuesday at City Hall. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions
The Bethany City Council formally accepted Joe Johnson’s resignation as mayor and appointed Dick Graner as his replacement, all within a 45-minute meeting Tuesday night at City Hall. READ FULL STORY…http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions