Monroe City man suspected of making false report
Salt River Journal

Monroe City man suspected of making false report

Illinois State Police have turned over information about a 37-year-old man for possible prosecution after investigating a report of shots fired on Wednesday

Grain Belt adds broadband access to power project
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Grain Belt adds broadband access to power project

The owner of the proposed Grain Belt Express wind-energy transmission lines across Missouri is now promising to add broadband internet connections along its route

Former substitute teacher enters Alford plea in child porn case
Police & Courts

Former substitute teacher enters Alford plea in child porn case

A former substitute teacher pleaded guilty to one felony count of possession of child pornography and two misdemeanor counts of furnishing pornographic material or attempt to furnish pornographic material to a minor who was a student at Madison High School in March 2019

A year of 'giving hope'
Community

A year of 'giving hope'

United Way of the Mark Twain Area thanks volunteers, donors and partners; announces 2020 winners for second Evening of Philanthropy event

Missouri Earthquake Awareness Month poised to reduce potential earthquake risks
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Missouri Earthquake Awareness Month poised to reduce potential earthquake risks

SEMA to host earthquake events to bolster preparedness

Lake joins NECAC as Ralls County Service Coordinator
Community

Lake joins NECAC as Ralls County Service Coordinator

North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) President and Chief Executive Officer Don Patrick announced that the agency has hired Erica Lake of New London as the Ralls County Service Coordinator

Center accounts show huge credit card payments
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Center accounts show huge credit card payments

Tracey Ray was fired as Center city clerk last year after the mayor and aldermen discovered that she had filed to failed mandatory financial statements to the Missouri Department of Revenue for at least three years

Grain Belt Express fight moves to Missouri Senate
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Grain Belt Express fight moves to Missouri Senate

Lawmakers challenge eminent domain usage

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

Community

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