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The Perryville Board of Aldermen adopted a first reading an election ordinance establishing the filing period for the April 5, 2022. Candidates for aldermen as well as mayor and city marshal must … more
Dear Friends,On November 11th Missourians and citizens of the United States once again pause to express ourgratitude for the heroic men and women who made the life-altering decision to serve our … more
Missouri Gov.ernor Mike Parson ordered U.S. and Missouri flags be flown at half-staff at all government buildings statewide on Saturday, Oct 30, 2021, from sunrise to sunset in honor of Hospital … more
Starting Friday, Oct. 1, hours at the Perry County transfer station were modified to compensate for a staffing shortage. Hours will be Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and every fourth … more
The Federal Highway Administration issued a finding of no significant impact for the Chester Bridge Study Sept. 27. The multi-year National Environmental Policy study was completed by the Missouri … more
The city of Perryville's annual fall cleanup has been scheduled for Monday, Oct. 11 through Friday, Oct. 15. Residents wanting to participate in this service are encouraged to call ahead. This event … more
More than 30 people attended a public hearing on possible locations for a joint Perry County and city of Perryville justice center, which took place Sept. 9 in the second floor courtroom. Mike … more
To view a recording of the entire public hearing from Sept. 16, click on the link below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDLaFunMUNI more
The Perry County Public Health Department Board of Trustees took action Thursday, Sept. 9, to shift its priorities away from close contacts of … more
The formal filing deadline is several months away and the primary won't occur until Aug. 2, 2022. However, several individuals are traveling the … more
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