NEMO students earn degrees from WGU
Education

NEMO students earn degrees from WGU

Northeast Missouri students earned degrees from Western Governors University (WGU) during the fall 2019 semester

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Monroe City Singers ready for spring season

The Monroe City Singers will begin rehearsals for the spring season at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, in the Monroe City Methodist Church Fellowship Hall

Ralls School projects going to voters
Education

Ralls School projects going to voters

Ralls County R-II will place $8 million long-range facilities plan on April ballot to upgrade aging facilities

Central American man charged with drug trafficking in Monroe County
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Central American man charged with drug trafficking in Monroe County

A man was arrested on charges of possessing nearly one pound of cocaine following a routine traffic stop in Monroe County late Thursday

Eagle Days coming to Clarksville
Events & Festivals

Eagle Days coming to Clarksville

Decades-long tradition will be at Apple Shed Theater, and vendors are sought for free public event

University of Missouri Extension Council conducting annual election
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University of Missouri Extension Council conducting annual election

The University of Missouri Extension-Ralls County Council is conducting its annual election of new board members

Vandals paint names on covered bridge
News

Vandals paint names on covered bridge

Missouri Park Rangers said on Tuesday that they are looking for a trio of people who allegedly vandalized the historic Union Covered Bridge in southwest Monroe County

Arcadia electric service restored
News

Arcadia electric service restored

Electric service for Arcadia Metalcraft was restored – at least temporarily – by the Monroe Electric Department early Tuesday morning

Monroe City cuts power to Arcadia Metalcraft
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Monroe City cuts power to Arcadia Metalcraft

MONROE CITY, Mo. | Electric service for a troubled Monroe City manufacturer was disconnected Thursday morning after the business paid $20,000, but failed to meet city demands for an immediate payment of $201,120.85 for overdue utility bills.
The disconnection comes on the heels of the Monroe City Board of Aldermen refusing to accept a repayment plan from Arcadia Metalcraft, a self-described second-tier auto parts supplier, which fell behind on its utility bill. Monroe City's municipal utility provides electric, natural gas, water and sewer services to residential, commercial and industrial customers in the city.

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