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HANNIBAL — New regulations regarding lead and copper have been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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HANNIBAL — The Rev. Eric Carlson, pastor of St. John’s Lutheran Church and School, received national recognition on Sunday for his compassion and dedication to students when he was presented t…

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HANNIBAL — Melissa (Missy) Johns, of Monroe City, Mo., has been appointed to the Douglass Community Services Foundation.

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HANNIBAL — Confection Obsessions Bakery will celebrate its first anniversary in February and, according to the owners, it’s been a whirlwind of a year.

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HANNIBAL — The Hannibal Arts Council invites the public to submit digital images for an upcoming Photography Channel exhibit, titled Sunrise/Sunset.

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CLARKSVILLE, Mo. — Eagle lovers and nature buffs of all ages are invited to come to Clarksville on Saturday, Jan. 29 and Sunday, Jan. 30, for the annual Clarksville Eagle Days celebration.

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A final decision whether to resume in-school learning next week in the Hannibal School District will be made over the weekend, according to Superintendent Susan Johnson.

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PALMYRA, Mo. — Palmyra City Council members approved a Phase One Cultural Resource Survey during their Thursday meeting, ensuring there is no cultural or ancestral significance to indigenous p…

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HANNIBAL — In an effort to set right some incorrect information regarding a grant the city of Hannibal has been awarded, the city council has scheduled a public hearing next month.

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Beavers are reportedly back in a section of Bear Creek that is located on the eastern edge of Hannibal. Thus far the creatures have not caught the attention of city hall.

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HANNIBAL — The CHART (Community Health Assistance Resource Team) Teen Task Force is gearing up for the 25th Teen Health Fair, with a full slate of interactive activities, prizes, music and set…

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BOWLING GREEN, Mo. — Customers visiting Hardee’s restaurants in Bowling Green, Mo. and Louisiana, Mo. the morning of Friday, Feb. 11 have the chance to make a difference for members of househo…

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HANNIBAL — The Hannibal Arts Council’s Art Adventures continue in 2022 with a “Take & Make” project just in time for Valentine’s Day. Youth ages five to 12 can create the project by pickin…

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COLUMBIA, Mo. — Area residents were among 11,488 undergraduate students who earned the academic distinction to be named to the dean’s list during the fall 2021 semester at the University of Missouri.

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HANNIBAL — The process of removing Stephan Franke from the Hannibal City Council formally began during Tuesday night’s council meeting with the presentation of the articles of impeachment.

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HANNIBAL — The Hannibal Park Board has been asked to consider approving the increase of many of the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Department’s fees.

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If the Hannibal Board of Public Works made new year's resolutions there is a strong likelihood that at or near the top of such a list would be solving the mystery of unaccounted for water.

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HANNIBAL — When a winter storm hit on New Year’s Eve, one local church spent the night providing beds to those who would have otherwise slept on icy streets.

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HANNIBAL — “Operation: Feed the Furballs 2022” continues a tradition of giving back, resulting in 21,017 meals delivered to animals at the Northeast Humane Society (NEMOHS) so far.

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HANNIBAL — Weather permitting, a project to replace the Black Creek Bridge located on Shelby County Route M, just east of Leonard, will begin on January 17, and the road will close. This is th…