Tag Archives: Bible Grove

Move to Texas Pans Out Professionally for Former Bible Grove Resident

While former Scotland County resident Brian Dunn has fond memories of the community where he was born, a move to San  Angelo, Texas when he was a ninth grader, definitely has panned out professionally for him. Dunn, who was visiting Scotland County last week with his father, C.D., was taking time off from his post […]

St. Louis Group Searches for Historic Civil War Battle Site

More than 150 years ago the sounds of gunfire rang out across the hills and valleys of southern Scotland County as America’s Civil War found its way to rural northeast Missouri in the form of the Battle of Vassar Hill. While the struggle isn’t found in most Civil War history books as the 28 confirmed […]

Bible Grove to Host Annual Preservation Day August 19th

The annual Bible Grove Preservation Day is being held Saturday, August 19th at the Bible Grove School in Bible Grove, MO. The day’s events begin at 10:00 a.m. with a Trap Shoot.  The food stand and museum will also be open at this time.  A Kettle Bean and Corn Bread Dinner will be served at […]

Illinois Man Seriously Hurt in Crash Near Bible Grove

A Pittsfield, Illinois man was seriously injured in a one-vehicle crash in Scotland County on Saturday, November 26th at 9:35 a.m.. According to the Missouri state Highway Patrol, Christopher J. Flaspoler, 22, was westbound on Route T, three miles east of Bible Grove, in a 2013 Chevrolet 1500 pickup when the vehicle ran off the […]

Benefit Planned for Tornado Victims

A benefit auction and supper for Sherri Davis and her children, Shaylee and Cynch, is being held Saturday, October 22 at the V.F.W. in Memphis.  Sherri and her children lost their home in a small tornado that went through the outskirts of Bible Grove on July 24, 2016. The free will supper will begin at […]

Back to the Grind In Bible Grove

There is no need to reinvent the wheel, but due to changes made more than 6,000 miles away, a local manufacturer was forced to go back to the drawing board to redesign a product that has helped put Bible Grove back on the map. After unveiling a unique manual coffee grinder in 2010, the husband […]

Bible Grove Preservation Day Scheduled for August 20th

Bring your lawn chairs and join in on some old-fashioned fun Saturday, August 20th as Bible Grove, MO celebrates “Preservation Day” at the Bible Grove School House. The day’s festivities begin at 10:00 a.m. with the trap shoot.  Both the food stand and museum also opens at this time. A kettle beans and corn bread […]

Memories of W. C. (Claude) Ludwick by Granddaughter Debra Arnot

Information provided by Joanne Ragan Claude Ludwick was the second born child, Wilford Claude Ludwick on August 20, 1901, to Pinkney “Pinky” Quinteous Ludwick and Mary Emma (Stevens) Ludwick. Siblings in order were, Ivan Miles, Claude, Rubel Wayne, Hazel Pauline, Joseph Buel and Lester Clark. They lived on a farm at Lawnridge, MO in rural […]

Severe Weather Takes Toll on Scotland County Roads

Put ’em up. Take ’em down. Put ’em up, take ’em down. That broken record has been playing all week for the Missouri Department of Transportation, Scotland County and emergency service personnel that have been on the yo-yo held by Mother Nature as revolving episodes of severe weather has led to flash flooding, forcing road […]

Red Rooster Trading Company in Running for Martha Stewart American Made Award

Red Rooster Trading Company of Bible Grove has just been selected by Martha Stewart and her panel of judges as a wild card finalist in the 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Awards in the Design, furniture & Home Accessories category. Online voting opened on Monday, September 15th. You can learn more about the company or […]