With Mayor Ken Baer on vacation, Ward 1 Alderman and board president Larry Riney held the gavel Tuesday for an e…
An investigation into a stolen truck led to the arrest of a Perryville man who is facing a slew of charges relat…
A local supermarket will have a new look as well as a new name in coming days.
Even as Perryville boys soccer coach Jerry Fulton walked off the field after yet another 8-0 victory over Festus…
Fresh off their first victory of the season, the St. Vincent football team will attempt to carry over the moment…
The defense has been the calling card for Perryville football in the two-plus years under coach Blane Boss. On F…
Sometimes the smallest things make all the difference.
Every year, we promise to never forget. We recall where we were and what we were feeling on Sept. 11, 2001.
Some people take things literally. Kleptomaniacs take things, literally.
Perryville suffered its first loss of the season Friday, Sept. 13, 2019, after falling to Potosi 34-20. The Trojans used big plays to beat the Pirates, having 4 plays of 40-plus yards to set up short touchdown runs. The Pirates were behind 19-7 at the half after a fumble recovery in the end …
- Annual rally shifts gears
- TGMO presents donations
- Brown resigns as Public Works director
- First Vietnam Wall Run set for Sept. 21
- St. Vincent, Perryville football prepare for Week 4
- Local supermarket changes its identity
- City presents to MCB judges
- Perryville man dies in tractor accident
- Perryville, St. Vincent prepare for Week 3 matchups
- SV boys, PHS girls earn second place at SV meet