January will be filled with nature programs
Events & Festivals

January will be filled with nature programs

There is something for all ages in the January nature programs provided by Hannibal Parks & Recreation

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Report shows region's jobs, workforce
Community

Report shows region's jobs, workforce

Recent economic development studies in Northeast Missouri show two overarching trends: A large percentage of the workforce is underemployed and many employers have trouble finding applicants with the right skills

Museum receives Twain first editions
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Museum receives Twain first editions

Raymond P. Ewing, a Hannibal native, recently donated several first editions of Mark Twain's works to the Mark Twain Museum

Farm harvest challenges continue
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Farm harvest challenges continue

Wet crops and fields combine with trade uncertainty during harvest season for many area farmers

Brush cutting scheduled along U.S. 36 in Marion County
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Brush cutting scheduled along U.S. 36 in Marion County

Weather permitting, Missouri Department of Transportation crews will perform brush cutting work along the shoulder on eastbound U.S. 36 in Marion County

MoDOT: Culvert replacements to temporarily affect traffic on Pike County routes
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MoDOT: Culvert replacements to temporarily affect traffic on Pike County routes

Weather permitting, Missouri Department of Transportation crews have scheduled culvert replacements on routes in Pike County

Quincy Medical Group donates to Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri
Community

Quincy Medical Group donates to Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri

Laura Tenhouse, Kayla Baumann, and Jenny Sousa, Quincy Medical Group Healthcare Foundation (QMG) board members, present a $7,500 donation to Steve Yager, Regional Coordinator for The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, to help feed those in need in Marion, Lewis and Clark counties

Holiday jazz concert coming Dec. 22
Events & Festivals

Holiday jazz concert coming Dec. 22

The sounds of holiday jazz music will mark the final concert of the 2019 Hannibal Concert Association season at 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 22 at the Hannibal Arts Council, 105 S. Main St. in Hannibal

Donors boost Twain field trips
Community

Donors boost Twain field trips

Staff and faculty members at the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum enjoy every chance to preserve and share history with visitors of all ages, and a new “#GivingTwain” program that started on Giving Tuesday is designed to bring in more students for field trips to experience Mark Twain's legacy

HMS recognizes October Students of the Month
Education

HMS recognizes October Students of the Month

Hannibal Middle School faculty and staff members selected five students for October Student of the Month honors