Douglass Community Services teaches job skills
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Douglass Community Services teaches job skills

Douglass Community Services has added a workforce development component to some of its programs to help individuals who are desperate for marketable jobs skills

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Yoder honored for service
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Yoder honored for service

The Community Outreach Initiatives Program at Douglass Community Services recently honored Ashley Yoder as Advisory Council Member of the Year

Birthday Bash fundraiser planned for October 1-3
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Birthday Bash fundraiser planned for October 1-3

Birthday Blessings gives gifts and supplies to area foster kids

Grace United Methodist plans spaghetti dinner
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Grace United Methodist plans spaghetti dinner

On Sunday (Sept. 20), from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Grace United Methodist Church in Madison is offering its annual spaghetti and meat sauce dinner with garlic bread and choice of desert. Tea and lemonade will served with dinner.


A free-will donation is requested. The church will offer curbside pickup and outside dining with social distancing. Masks are not required but certainly acceptable should. Call (660) 291- 4584 for pick up.


There will be a silent pie auction with the last bid will be taken at 1 p.m.

James O'Donnell Funeral Home sponsoring YMCA Youth Sports
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James O'Donnell Funeral Home sponsoring YMCA Youth Sports

James O'Donnell Funeral Home has signed on as the primary sponsor for all Youth Sports at the YMCA of Hannibal

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AVENUES for Northeast Missouri qualifies for state tax credit

HANNIBAL | AVENUES for Northeast Missouri has qualified for Fiscal Year 2021 Domestic Violence Tax Credit Program with the Missouri Division of Social Services (DSS).

Ralls announced COVID testing day
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Ralls announced COVID testing day

The Ralls County Health Department says a free COVID-19 testing day is set for Ralls County.


The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services and Missouri National Guard will perform drive-through testing for COVID-19 at Arch Methodist Church, 56017 Ocean Wave Lane, Hannibal (across from the Fireworks Super Store on U.S. Highway 61) from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sept. 16.


“The tests are open to all residents of Missouri; they do not have to be experiencing symptoms to be eligible for the test, and no doctor's order is required. There is also no fee, and no need to present insurance information,” said Tanya Taylor, director of the Ralls County Health Department.

NEMO Humane Society holding groundbreaking Sept. 15
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NEMO Humane Society holding groundbreaking Sept. 15

The Board of Directors and staff at the Northeast Missouri Humane Society will be holding a groundbreaking ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, at the new building location on Veterans Road in Hannibal

Poetry opens new doors for Hannibal graduate
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Poetry opens new doors for Hannibal graduate

Jessica Voepel wrote and published her first book of poetry before she graduated from Hannibal High School, and her journey has reached a new chapter of making a positive impact on people's lives through her writing

Monroe City musician releasing second album
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Monroe City musician releasing second album

Camp gets inspiration from faith, enjoys blending multiple music styles