Two young men from Marion County, Missouri, forged westward circa 1897, in search of riches derived from the goldfields of Colorado. Leaving a wife, a young child and aging parents behind, they set their sights on the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains, where some 10,000 miners would conv…
HANNIBAL — Two local homeowners are seeing their fruits of their labor thanks to a unique program which supports renovation efforts to preserve and improve existing houses in the community.
HANNIBAL — Tis the season for outdoor fun and travel but with soaring gas prices, many are choosing to stay closer to home this year.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As Midwest temperatures rise, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration reminds employers and workers not to ignore the dangers of working…
CENTER, Mo. — Ralls County Library has teamed up with the Ralls County R-II Schools to boost its summer reading program, sparking a surge in participation from 275 youth in 2021 to about 400 c…
HANNIBAL — Mermaid and Shark School at the Hannibal Aquatic Center allows youngsters to use their imagination while learning special swimming skills.
HANNIBAL — In 2016 she was crowned Miss Hannibal and in the journey from that platform, Ashley Cummins has built a life she is passionate about … with or without a crown.
HANNIBAL — Each day, volunteers for the local Summer Meals program deliver fresh, ready-to-eat lunches to youth 18 years of age and younger.
HANNIBAL — The planned replacement of the Third Street viaduct in Hannibal by the Missouri Department of Transportation was a point of discussion and action by the city council during its Tues…
FAYETTE, Mo. — Students from Hannibal and Shelbina were among nearly 100 Central Methodist University students honored with academic awards during the May commencement program.
HANNIBAL — National Tom Sawyer Days will do an early kick-off this Saturday morning when the first group of the season gathers in front of Tanyard Gardens for fence painting.
HANNIBAL — The MU Extension-Salt River Master Gardener Club will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. July 5 in Room 129 of the HLGU Burt Administration Building.
HANNIBAL — Corey Mehaffy, executive director of the Hannibal Regional Economic Development Council announced Tuesday that the Missouri Department of Transportation has approved funding for the…
HANNIBAL — A real estate company is warning the community to be aware of a rise in online rental scams and to always know who you are working with.
As summer officially begins and people gather for holiday celebrations, the American Red Cross reminds communities that patients are counting now on the generosity of blood donors, especially …
HANNIBAL — Hannibal's Juneteenth Festival marked its silver anniversary over the weekend with an expansive celebration and fun for all ages.
JEFFERSON CITY — Local efforts to clear backlogs of untested sexual assault kits were recognized Friday by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s office.
HANNIBAL — Michael Owens, 36, doesn’t remember hitting the pavement after his motorcycle was struck head-on by a diesel last Tuesday afternoon.
MEXICO, Mo. — Preliminary competition in the Miss Missouri’s Outstanding Teen Pageant continued Thursday evening at Missouri Military Academy in Mexico, just one night before the next Miss Mis…
HANNIBAL — Hannibal-LaGrange University is proud to announce the winners of the Parkway Distinguished Professor Award and the Immanuel Staff Member of the Year for the 2021-22 academic year.
HANNIBAL — Groups of smiling students asked questions and got a firsthand look at some of procedures and equipment used by the community’s emergency personnel Thursday.
MEXICO, Mo. — The preliminary competition in the Miss Missouri’s Outstanding Teen Pageant continued Thursday evening at Missouri Military Academy in Mexico.
NEW LONDON, Mo. — Larry and Contessa Dryden have found a way to give people in their community a boost through their family-owned farm and a rooster named Richard.
HANNIBAL — A vital program dedicated to helping people receive fans in the Hannibal area is progressing amid surging temperatures.