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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.

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HANNIBAL — Getting Hannibal’s youngest pirates ready for school is the goal of the Hannibal Public School’s Parents as Teachers program.

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — Last week’s meeting of the Monroe City Board of Aldermen ended with a Lakeside Casting announcing plans to buy out the remaining $600,000 of its real estate lease with the c…

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HANNIBAL — AVENUES has a new look as part of a rebranding effort brought to the organization by Tamitha Ague, who became the CEO of the organization last March. Along with a new look, Ague hop…

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HANNIBAL — Marion County Health Department closed out 2020 last week, announcing 37 new positive cases on the final day of the year. Neighboring counties also have seen cases surge.

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HANNIBAL — Like many programs, the Foster Grandparent Program at Douglass Community Services had to adapt this year due to COVID-19.

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JACKSONVILLE, Mo. — The rolling hillside of the Missouri Veterans Cemetery is a sea of wreaths honoring the sacrifices made by veterans.

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — Montgomery County came to Monroe City with a big advantage during a non-conference game on Saturday night against the Panthers.

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HANNIBAL — School kids will have access to food over the Christmas holiday thanks to a new program at the YMCA of Hannibal.

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SANTA FE, Mo. — Monroe County sheriff’s deputies are investigating what they call a “probable murder-suicide” on Thursday night.

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A Cole County judge on Friday rejected a defense motion to exclude evidence in an upcoming murder trial.

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A lawyer for a man accused of an alleged first-degree murder in Monroe County is seeking to have a key piece of evidence suppressed.

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HANNIBAL — Restaurants teamed up to support the United Way during Giving Tuesday, supporting the community during a time of increased need.

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MADISON, Mo. — The Madison C3 School District in western Monroe County is closed to in-person learning for the second time this school year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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HANNIBAL — The United Way of the Mark Twain Area has announced a partnership with area restaurants for its first Giving Tuesday Party, scheduled for Dec. 1.

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CENTER, Mo. — Students at Ralls County Schools did not allow a pandemic to dampen their enthusiasm to honor veterans and active service members on Wednesday.

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PARIS, Mo. — A man charged with two felonies in the alleged first-degree murder of a Monroe City woman was granted his request for a new judge during a brief video hearing on Thursday morning …

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NEW LONDON, Mo. — Brad Stinson easily won the Ralls County sheriff’s race over incumbent Gerry Dinwidde, who ran as a write-in candidate.

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PARIS, Mo. — A man charged with two felonies in the alleged first-degree murder of a Monroe City woman is asking to move his case outside of Monroe County and the 10th Judicial Circuit Court, …

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JEFFERSON CITY — Unable to empanel a jury, a Cole County judge has delayed the trial of the former Moberly Corrections Center officer accused of murdering the woman he was scheduled to marry.

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SHELBINA, Mo. — Cathy Wallace knows the services provided to her through the Shelby County Senior Citizens Association are why she has been able to stay in her home.

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

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MADISON,, Mo. — Classes at Madison C3 School District in western Monroe County were suspended for two weeks after 34 students or staff members went into isolation due to COVID-19 by Wednesday.

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MONROE CITY, Mo. — Helping those in need, and creating a better community, are core values for the Hulse Family, 4-H, and United Way.

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HANNIBAL | Vehicles lined up in front of the United Way of the Mark Twain Area office on Thursday evening as volunteers, with capes flapping, whisked barbecue dinners to agency supporters dur…

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HANNIBAL | Vehicles lined up in front of the United Way of the Mark Twain Area office on Thursday evening as volunteers, with capes flapping, whisked barbecue dinners to agency supporters dur…

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MONROE CITY, Mo. ❘ In an instant, the Subway franchise that brothers Alex and Chris Griffin had been building since March 28, 2019, cratered thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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MONROE CITY, Mo. | In an instant, the Subway franchise that brothers Alex and Chris had been building since March 28, 2019, cratered thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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PERRY, Mo.❘ The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Thursday that it has closed off all access to federally operated public areas of Mark Twain Lake.

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. | Missouri Gov. Mike Parson issued a sweeping order Saturday afternoon to limit public gatherings and social interactions as the state joins the nation's intensified fight …

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NEW LONDON, Mo. ❘ Representatives of the Grain Belt Express project said Tuesday morning that they are standing down from making in-person visits to area landowners because of the fight to pre…

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. ❘ At about 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, the Monroe City High School Athletic Office said that it had sold the school’s entire allotment of 500 tickets to this weekend’s Class III Fi…

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MONROE CITY, Mo. | Four people are under arrest, facing felony drug charges and a fifth is being sought after a late night raid in Monroe City on Monday.

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CENTER, Mo. | The owner of the proposed Grain Belt Express wind-energy transmission lines across Missouri is now promising to add broadband internet connections along its route.

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HANNIBAL ❘ The United Way of the Mark Twain Area celebrated all of the partnerships and giving that made their outreach successful, as the 2019-2020 campaign drew near its goal with a team effort.

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MONROE CITY, Mo. ❘ Electric service for a troubled Monroe City manufacturer was disconnected Thursday morning after the business paid $20,000, but failed to meet city demands for an immediate …