Merchants donate to Buddy Pack program
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Merchants donate to Buddy Pack program

Hannibal's downtown merchants recently voted to donate $1,000 to the Hannibal Alliance for Youth Success Buddy Pack Program, which provides area youth with nutrition each weekend

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Chamber lists local restaurants providing delivery, curbside, drive-thru service
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Chamber lists local restaurants providing delivery, curbside, drive-thru service

The Hannibal Area Chamber of Commerce released a list of restaurants providing delivery and/or curbside food service on Tuesday

Several Hannibal businesses temporarily close their doors
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Several Hannibal businesses temporarily close their doors

The effects of the coronavirus outbreak have resulted in Hannibal's downtown businesses reacting on a daily basis as new information and recommendations come along, and some business owners and employees made the decision to temporarily close their doors before Mayor James Hark issued a recommendation that all public and social gathering places and dining rooms close effective Monday

Coberly joins Prestige Realty team
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Coberly joins Prestige Realty team

Joni Coberly has joined the team at Prestige Realty Inc. in Hannibal

Suitor emerges as Arcadia Metalcraft defaults
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Suitor emerges as Arcadia Metalcraft defaults

MONROE CITY, Mo. | Troubled Monroe City manufacturer Arcadia Metalcraft defaulted last week on a plan to repay back utility charges but is negotiating with a company interested in taking over the business.


Monroe City Administrator Jackie Pangborn told the Board of Alderman on Thursday night that Arcadia failed make a $30,000 weekly payment on Feb. 28 as part of an agreement approved in December to settle past utility charges. That would put the company at risk of immediate disconnection of electricity and other city utilities.


Arcadia owes $160,000 of an original past-due bill of approximately $286,000.


But Pangborn said a separate company, Missouri Metalcraft, made a $45,000 deposit to keep the plant operating until April 1, while it negotiates to assume control of Arcadia, which in December had 37 active employees.