Hannibal Regional Hospital partners with The Salvation Army to fight homelessness
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Hannibal Regional Hospital partners with The Salvation Army to fight homelessness

HANNIBAL | The Hannibal Regional Healthcare System presented a $6,000 check donation to the Hannibal Salvation Army that will go toward combating homelessness on Monday in a press conference at Hannibal Regional Hospital.

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1891 Market Street fire reveals interesting West Side history
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1891 Market Street fire reveals interesting West Side history

Edward F. Nerlich, 27, by day a clerk for his father's grocery store, answered a fire alarm at midnight March 30, 1891, on behalf of Hannibal's Engine Co., No. 2, located at 192 Market

Marion County announces 12th COVID-19 case
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Marion County announces 12th COVID-19 case

HANNIBAL | The Marion County Health Department announced its twelfth positive case of COVID-19 on Monday, a female in the age 40-50 range, who is quarantined at home recovering.

McIntyre's agricultural expertise pays big dividends to Hannibal
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McIntyre's agricultural expertise pays big dividends to Hannibal

By 1918, agricultural experts in Michigan had made a clear connection between black stem rust on grain and the common barberry bush

Brown ~ 70th
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Brown ~ 70th

Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Brown, of Hannibal, celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary with a reception hosted by their children at the home of their son, Kent, and daughter-in-law, Kathy, on June 6, 2020

May and June births reported
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May and June births reported

The following births were reported May 8 to June 10 at Hannibal Regional Hospital

Both immigrants, Union Street neighbors killed during Civil War
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Both immigrants, Union Street neighbors killed during Civil War

Precisely 159 years ago – in mid June 1861 - two companies of Illinois troops, followed by two regiments of Iowa troops, arrived in Hannibal, Mo., and together with the Home Guard set up camp on Lover's Leap

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May and June Hannibal births reported

HANNIBAL | The following births were reported May 8 to June 10 at Hannibal Regional Hospital.

Sixth coronavirus case found in Marion County
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Sixth coronavirus case found in Marion County

The Marion County Health Department announced the sixth positive case of novel coronavirus in the county Monday, June 8

P. Gillett's inventions contributed to Missouri's early rail foundation
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P. Gillett's inventions contributed to Missouri's early rail foundation

In February 1864, while General William Tecumseh Sherman's notorious “March Through Georgia,” was igniting the South, 47-year-old Prosper Gillett, a New England transplant to Southern-sympathizing Hannibal, Missouri, was focused on a better and more efficient means of installing railroad track

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