A man was arrested on charges of possessing nearly one pound of cocaine following a routine traffic stop in Monroe County late Thursday
The University of Missouri Extension-Ralls County Council is conducting its annual election of new board members
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.