A local team of residents combined their efforts to encourage the hosts of the upcoming HGTV show “Home Town Takeover” to perform a city-wide makeover as part of a national contest focused on small towns
HANNIBAL | Hannibal Fire Department reminds drivers to move over for emergency vehicles working on the road shoulders.
An emergency scene with police, fire, EMS and tow crews can be even more dangerous when inclement weather is present.
Created in 2002 and expanded in 2012, Missouri's Move Over law requires drivers to change lanes when approaching MoDOT vehicles, law enforcement vehicles and any other emergency vehicle with lights flashing. If drivers can't change lanes safely, they must slow down as they pass the emergency vehicles. A violation can result in fines and/or imprisonment.
Remember, emergency responders' safety is in each motorists hands — remember to slow down and move over for all emergency vehicles.
Heidi M Lehenbauer, of Hannibal, Missouri, is a new junior member of the American Angus Association
North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) President and Chief Executive Officer Don Patrick announced the hiring of Ginger Ingram of Bowling Green as the agency's emergency services coordinator
The Palmyra Chamber of Commerce honored community members for their achievements during the annual Awards Banquet at Farischon Hall