Hannibal Courier - Post - Hannibal, MO
Updated at 2:33 PM

The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) and Douglass Community Services, in cooperation with the Missouri Governor’s Committee to End Homelessness and regional social service and business partners, hope to raise awareness about issues facing people with no permanent address during Project Homeless Connect.

Updated at 2:21 PM

Dave Granlund cartoon on Oprah.

Updated at 1:48 PM

Weight Watchers shares are going bonkers.The stock is up 117 percent following news that Oprah Winfrey just made a big bet on the company.

Updated at 1:48 PM

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Oct. 15 that the U.S. Department of Agriculture will award $30 million to projects in six states — including Missouri — to protect, restore and enhance wetlands on private and tribal...

Updated at 1:45 PM

After finishing interior paint work in a business on North Main Street, a husband and wife team turned their efforts to the facade's woodwork Monday, Oct. 19.

Updated at 1:39 PM

Ever gotten creeped out by someone who just seemed, well, creepy?

Updated at 1:38 PM

I have always been fascinated with people who have worn the tag of “genius.” Most know about physicist Albert Einstein and his Theory of Relativity and medical researcher Jonas Salk and his polio vaccine. Inventors Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham...

Updated at 12:46 PM

The defendant facing charges in connection with the Aug. 5 bank robbery in Hannibal requested a change of judge in Marion County Circuit Court.

Updated at 12:40 PM

Some entries in Monday evening’s Taste of Palmyra’s tractor show were already parked near the Marion County Courthouse in Palmyra Monday morning.

Updated at 12:27 PM

The defendant charged in connection with the death of a Hannibal woman requested a change of judge and a change of venue, after an Associate Judge bound him over to Circuit Court on three felony counts.

Updated at 12:22 PM

Preparations were being made for Monday’s ninth annual Taste of Palmyra. Main Street was already closed late to traffic Monday morning so participants could begin setting up.

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