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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Public Service Commission’s Cold Weather Rule provides support for customers with heat-related utility bills beginning on Nov. 1.

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PARIS, Mo. — A man charged with two felonies in the alleged first-degree murder of a Monroe City woman is asking to move his case outside of Monroe County and the 10th Judicial Circuit Court, …

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HANNIBAL — Hannibal city officials have worked in recent years with developers interested in seeing their property become a part of the community. However, landowner Ben Hickman has found the …

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HANNIBAL — Crew members from Northeast Community Action Corporation were busy installing a new door during a weatherization event on Thursday, with each project boosting efficiency and safety …

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HANNIBAL — Hannibal YMCA staff members are eager for people to come by and experience various activities and amenities free of charge during Welcoming Week through Nov. 4.

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HANNIBAL — Refinancing of general obligation bonds issued in 2014 and 2016 will save the Hannibal School District over $1 million. The Hannibal Board of Education approved the refinancing duri…

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HANNIBAL — AVENUES, an agency that serves victims of domestic violence in 11 Northeast Missouri counties, found out Wednesday that funds from the state dating back to July had finally been rel…

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HANNIBAL — If the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Department had a “bucket list” comprised of the most requested projects that the public would like to see completed, it would definitely be maki…

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HANNIBAL — The day before Halloween promises to combine fun with the chance to make a difference for people in need during the American Red Cross blood drive from 1-6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30, at …

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PALMYRA, Mo. — One of the few local races on Marion County ballots Nov. 3, features two men who know a lot about local roads, seeking the position of Marion County Western District Commissioner.

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HANNIBAL — A utility assistance program, funded by CARES Act money, is out of cash approximately two months after it was launched.

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JEFFERSON CITY — Unable to empanel a jury, a Cole County judge has delayed the trial of the former Moberly Corrections Center officer accused of murdering the woman he was scheduled to marry.

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HANNIBAL — Annual parent/teacher conferences will not be among the casualties of COVID-19 during the 2020-21 school year.

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HANNIBAL — The First Church of the Nazarene is keeping its tradition of homemade pies going this fall, with a take and bake sale for whole pies after the Folklife Festival was canceled due to …

HANNIBAL — The Hannibal Fire Department has lifted the burn ban for the city of Hannibal.

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HANNIBAL — Outside the Mark Twain Book and Gift Shop, the new owner, Michelle Huseman, offered a pair of characters from the “Halloween” movie series. Preston McGuire was serial killer Michael…

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HANNIBAL — When the Hannibal Arts Council made the difficult decision to cancel the Folklife Festival amid safety concerns related to the coronavirus, they lost their biggest fundraiser of the…

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — Aldermen in Monroe City voted Thursday night to increase water and sewer rates by an average of 32% for all customers.

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SHELBINA, Mo. — Cathy Wallace knows the services provided to her through the Shelby County Senior Citizens Association are why she has been able to stay in her home.

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — If anyone attending Monroe City’s football game on Friday night needed a reason to cheer, they got a perfect opportunity as military veterans were honored during halftime.

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HANNIBAL — This year’s Living Dead Windows event will feature the theme “Hocus Pocus” and true to tradition, Downtown Hannibal’s businesses are remaining tight-lipped about each of their live …

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HANNIBAL — OATS staff members announced the November bus routes for residents in Marion and Ralls counties.

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PALMYRA, Mo. — Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Shinn says that the new training standards for Missouri law enforcement officers that were announced Tuesday will have “very little impact” on his de…

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BOWLING GREEN, Mo. — Two people were injured Wednesday night in a one-vehicle crash in Pike County.

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HANNIBAL — Ray Harvey painted details on Mark Twain’s face on the fourth and final day working on his latest mural, which features Twain with a backdrop of an unfurled American flag at 1329 Ma…