Hannibal Courier - Post - Hannibal, MO
Updated at 4:20 PM

The top six teams placing in the Butch Wilson Scholarship Horseshoe Tournament held in September, at the Knights of Columbus were, from left: Heath Otte and Wayne Wilson (first place winners; Time Rees, Gary Culp, Larry Marine, Don Lucas, Nathan Wilson, Steve Wilson, Lisa Willett, Sam Banks, Josh Underhill and Terry Rouse. The tournament is an annual event open to the public, and all proceeds go to the Butch Wilson Memorial Scholarship; $6,000 in scholarships were given out to...

Updated at 3:59 PM

Hannibal Street Department personnel could be found Monday afternoon putting a fresh coat of asphalt on a downtown alley.

Updated at 3:15 PM

Corporal Eric Brown, of Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop B, was promoted to sergeant, effective Thursday, Oct. 1.

Updated at 3:01 PM

Remember when we only feared other countries?Who would have believed that the two weeks of the Cuban Missile Crisis during the Cold War were the good old days.

Updated at 2:56 PM

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Mark Twain Lake announced that a brief power outage will begin at 9:00 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 8.

Updated at 2:48 PM

In 1989, "Back to the Future II" presented its vision of the year 2015: Think hoverboards, video phone calls, fax machines, dehydrated pizza and the Cubs winning the World Series. (The actor who played Biff, Tom Wilson,

Updated at 2:18 PM

Parents deciphering the acronyms their teens use over text and on social media is something better...

Updated at 1:25 PM

The defendant charged in connection with the Aug. 5 bank robbery in Hannibal pleaded not guilty Monday, Oct. 5.

Updated at 1:09 PM

Although the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates the number of North American ducks to be at a record high of 49.5 million for fall hunting, experts with the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) caution that local habitat conditions,...

Posted at 1:00 PM

Weather permitting, Missouri Department of Transportation crews will be replacing culverts in Pike County on the routes below on the dates indicated.

Updated at 12:39 PM

More than 30 people held Right to Life posters as they stood and prayed for an hour Sunday, Oct. 4, on the Hannibal High School lawn next to U.S. 61. They were participating in the 28th annual National Life Chain.

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