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COLUMBIA, Mo. — The Missouri 4-H Foundation will host its first virtual quilt auction this fall and is seeking donations of handmade quilts of all sizes, either machine- or hand-quilted.

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HANNIBAL — American Legion Post 55 of Hannibal regrets that the annual Thanksgiving dinner this Nov. 26 is being canceled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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HANNIBAL — A long line of people waited in Central Park at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, to buy catfish sandwiches from the Hannibal Knights of Columbus, just as they have for many years at th…

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — A home just outside of Monroe City will soon be filled with festive trees and trimmed with Christmas decorations for the Festival of Trees event to benefit Kairos Hope, as f…

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Christopher C. Bieniek has joined the law firm of Curl, Hark & Holliday, L.L.C. as an associate attorney.

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HANNIBAL — With an Oct. 31 completion deadline approaching, it is possible that work on the Hannibal riverfront project could continue into November, according to Andy Dorian, the city's direc…

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HANNIBAL — COVID-19 cases have soared during recent day in this region and throughout Missouri.

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — On Tuesday nights a line of cars stretches for blocks leading to the Monroe City Food Pantry. There, volunteers from the Fire Department and the community can be found loadi…

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — On Tuesday nights a line of cars stretches for blocks leading to the Monroe City Food Pantry. There, volunteers from the fire department and the community can be found loadi…

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HANNIBAL — Weather permitting, Missouri Department of Transportation crews will perform bridge maintenance Monday, Oct. 26 and Tuesday, Oct. 27, Marion County County Road 437 on the bridge ove…

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HANNIBAL — Travelers are now enjoying a smoother ride at the U.S. 61/U.S. 24 interchange near Taylor with the completion of rehabilitation work on three bridges. The final stages of work were …

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HANNIBAL — The National Weather Service in St. Louis has issued a fire weather watch for Northeast Missouri and West-Central Illinois from late Saturday morning until early Saturday evening be…

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HANNIBAL — A 15-year part of the Hannibal Fire Department could soon be retired. It is not one of the department’s firefighters who will be calling it a career, but a piece of equipment, the H…

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — As vice president of the Missouri Farm Bureau, Todd Hays is known as a well-informed and articulate champion for farming, who often speaks at public events.

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — As vice president of the Missouri Farm Bureau, Todd Hays is known as a well-informed and articulate champion for farming, who often speaks at public events.

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CENTER, Mo. — The Ralls County R-II School District has seen a big increase in the areas of Wi-Fi access and disinfection capabilities throughout the district, thanks to a CARES Act grant and …

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HANNIBAL — The Ralls County Commissioners have allocated $4,000 of CARES Act Funds to the Hannibal Board of Public Works to provide economic support through a utility assistance program to its…

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HANNIBAL — The Ralls County Commissioners have allocated $4,000 of CARES Act Funds to the Hannibal Board of Public Works to provide economic support through a utility assistance program to its…

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HANNIBAL — Hannibalians who were disappointed to have the Hannibal Arts Council’s annual folklife festival canceled this year due to 9 have planned an unofficial mini-festival Saturday, Oct. 1…

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HANNIBAL — Hannibal Police Department will host the 40th annual HPD Children's Halloween Event on Saturday, Oct. 31, at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center, 301 Warren Barrett Drive, from 2 t…

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HANNIBAL — The activity of bats which come to Hannibal to hibernate remains a point of interest for scientists. Recently a member of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and a bat biologist with…

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HANNIBAL — Residents in the 1500-1700 block of Fulton Street and all of Martin Street are under a 48-hour precautionary boil order starting at 2 p.m., Oct. 14, until 2 p.m., Oct. 16. Visit the…

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Hannibal Hannibal-LaGrange University will be holding its Fall Band Concert on at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, at Parker Theatre in the Roland Fine Arts Center.

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A daughter, Charlotte Rene Ledford, was born September 22, 2020, at 5:25 a.m. She weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20½ inches long. Her parents are Olivia and Benjamin Ledford of Bowling Green, Mo.

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HANNIBAL — A Saturday morning yoga class will support the Hannibal Arts Council, with participants’ donations matched by an anonymous donor.

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COLUMBIA — For 25 years, The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri has partnered with Mizzou Athletics on the Score Against Hunger campaign. On Oct. 17, Mizzou Football will celebrate…

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HANNIBAL — A Saturday morning yoga class will support the Hannibal Arts Council, with participants’ donations matched by an anonymous donor.

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HANNIBAL — Visitors to Downtown Hannibal prepared to ride the trolley on Main Street as patrons shuffled by on the sidewalk along North Main Street on Friday, reflecting the growing vitality o…

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HANNIBAL — The Hannibal Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with a local coach and some sports backers to bring new life to areas of dead space at Clemens Field.

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CLARKSVILLE, Mo. — The Raintree Arts Council, with support from the United Fund, held its 46th Annual Art Exhibit and Judged Competition on Oct. 10 and 11 as part of the Clarksville Applefest.

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PALMYRA — For Kayla McBride, a local breast cancer survivor, October is a month for remembering the journey behind her and supporting those still fighting cancer.

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HANNIBAL — Some of Hannibal’s Toms and Beckys who participated in the Oct. 10 Walk to End Alzheimer’s had a special reason to want to help with this local fundraiser. They were walking to hono…

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CENTER, Mo. — A surprise several months in the making came together with a celebration as Mark Twain High School Counselor Adria Palmer was officially honored as the Northeast Missouri Counsel…