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FULTON, Mo. — Paige Bishop, of Hannibal, was named to the Fall 2020 Dean's List for exemplary academic performance at Westminster College.

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HANNIBAL — Kids in Motion is heading into 2021 with a characteristic Douglass Community Services Youth Services Director Jared Moore has seen in abundance — resilience.

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BRANSON, Mo. — Trout are a popular fish to catch in Missouri, but they’re not native to the Show-Me State. Many of the rainbow and brown trout found in Missouri streams and at trout parks bega…

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — State Representative Louis Riggs, R-Hannibal, has been named to the House Special Committee on Tourism. The appointment was made by House Speaker Rob Vescovo.

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HANNIBAL — The city of Hannibal is receiving a $835,000 grant for construction on Lakeside Drive, allowing access to the Hannibal Lakeside Technology Park.

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NEW LONDON, Mo. — Ralls County is leading the way in high-speed internet connectivity in the Show-Me State, and a recent project made possible by CARES Act funds allocated by the Ralls County …

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PALMYRA, Mo. — Coming off of a record-setting sales tax year the Marion County Commission on Monday approved a budget for 2021 that includes a $1 per hour pay raise for county employees, but d…

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HANNIBAL — Hannibal Board of Public Works issued a precautionary boil order Friday for Ely Street in Hannibal after water main repairs in the area were completed.

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HANNIBAL — The Hannibal YMCA can reach more people in the community and bring services right to them thanks to a new Ford Transit van donated through support from the Hannibal Y Men’s Club.

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PALMYRA, Mo. — Palmyra Board of Public Works employees are still finding fallen limbs from the ice storm that went through during the New Year holiday weekend, and Superintendent Brent Abell i…

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HANNIBAL — Safety partners, educators, school administrators, health officials, and parents of teen drivers are invited to attend the free First Impact ZOOM program from 6-7:30 p.m.  Monday, Feb 1.

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HANNIBAL — The Hannibal Jaycees and Golden Eagle Distributing Company have mutually decided to cancel the 2021 Chili Cookoff fundraiser due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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BOWLING GREEN, Mo. — The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation is seeking applications for a home renovation program from veterans in nine Missouri counties.

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HANNIBAL — When Jean McBride talks about the COVID-19 pandemic, the administrator of the Marion County Health Department carefully chooses her words to avoid making things sound either too dir…

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HANNIBAL — Following a violent protest in Washington, D.C., earlier this month, many cities stepped up security measures to avoid a repeat. In Hannibal it was business as usual for the Hanniba…

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AMERICANS OWE a debt of gratitude to former Vice President Mike Pence for following the U.S. Constitution earlier this month and acting as a statesman this week as President Joe Biden and Vice…

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HANNIBAL — A series of bald eagles events starting this weekend will celebrate the resurgence of a species that had almost no nests in Missouri in 1980 and now has 300.

HANNIBAL — Local nonprofit agencies providing shelter and food programs can receive support through grants and direct payments to support their efforts following a year filled with new challenges.

HANNIBAL — Staff and faculty members at Hannibal Middle School selected Students of the Month and Characters of the Month for December. The trait demonstrated by the Characters of Month was se…

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HANNIBAL — About 1,800 people got their first COVID-19 vaccinations Wednesday as part of “a Herculean effort” that went very smoothly, according to Todd Ahrens, president and CEO of Hannibal R…

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HANNIBAL — Chain-link fencing has been removed that had been used for more than a year to block off the eastern end of North Street which was damaged by storm-water runoff during heavy rain in…

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FRANKFORD, Mo. — Two people were injured, one seriously, late Tuesday afternoon in a two-vehicle collision in Pike County.

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HANNIBAL — Unlicensed businesses operating in Hannibal run the risk of being closed by the city. During Tuesday night’s meeting of the Hannibal City Council it authorized the closure by police…

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — The feud over how to run the Monroe City Police Department shows no signs of ending anytime soon.

CENTER, Mo. — Members of the Ralls County R-II Board of Education discussed changes related to COVID-19 procedures and long-range planning for the district during their regular meeting Thursda…

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HANNIBAL — The past year’s events have changed the societal landscape in America as the global pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests and the recent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol have reflec…

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HANNIBAL — Despite being canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hannibal-LaGrange University Booster Banquet featuring HLGU legends Dr. Larry Lewis, Dr. Paul Brown, and Dr. Woodrow Burt ca…