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HANNIBAL — Early Head Start teamed up with several community groups to hold its first car seat safety check on Thursday, coinciding with the Week of the Young Child.

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HANNIBAL — When the Hannibal Board of Public Works undertakes a permanent repair to the North Street storm-sewer system the cost of the multi-million-dollar project will not be paid for with a…

HANNIBAL — The Court Appointed Special Advocates of Children program at Douglass Community Services has increased the capacity of the children it can serve.

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HANNIBAL — The Missouri Supreme Court replaced the operating directives first set in place for local courts since May 2020, retaining the four phases with changes focused on continuing to bala…

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HANNIBAL — Several years ago the Hannibal Board of Public Works contemplated building a solar farm on some open land at Hannibal Regional Airport. The Hannibal Parks and Recreation Department …

HANNIBAL — With COVID-19 exposure continuing to be a risk, the Hannibal Senior Expo has been postponed until Thursday, Aug. 12, at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center in Hannibal.

A student was misidentified in a photo published in the Tuesday, April 13 edition of the Hannibal Courier-Post. The two students picking up trash for the Spring Cleanup are, from left: Daniel …

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HANNIBAL — In an effort to better utilize Hannibal Regional Airport, as well as other city-owned land that is located near the airport, the city and board of public works are pursuing the deve…

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HANNIBAL — It will be another busy year working on city streets based on the street paving and repair plan that was finalized this week by the Hannibal Roadway Commission.

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HANNIBAL — A change order that results in a net increase in the cost of the Martin Street storm-water project by over $11,500 was approved recently by the Hannibal Board of Public Works Board.

HANNIBAL — Women involved in agriculture can learn how to strengthen their farming operation and network with other women in the industry at a free online Annie’s Project course presented by U…

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HANNIBAL — OATS Transit system is facing a critical driver shortage amid a growing need for transportation for area residents.

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HANNIBAL — The extreme cold in February brought to light how some pets in the area needed warm clothing, and a new pet clothing drive will help provide that comfort and benefit the Northeast M…

PALMYRA, Mo. — Kyle Mack, a sales representative with Shelter insurance Companies in Palmyra, was recently honored as one of the company’s highest achieving sales representatives, based on ove…