Palmyra School District ready for summer classes
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Palmyra School District ready for summer classes

PALMYRA, Mo. | The Palmyra R-1 School District will begin summer school on July 6 as teachers, staff and administrators have been preparing for in-person classes.

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HPD announces parking restrictions for July 4th
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HPD announces parking restrictions for July 4th

he Hannibal Police Department would like to inform the public of the parking restrictions for the Hannibal Cannibal and parade on July 4th. There will be no parking along the course routes starting at 2 a.m. Saturday, July 4, to the conclusion of the Hannibal Cannibal and parade.

Marion County reports four new COVID-19 cases
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Marion County reports four new COVID-19 cases

HANNIBAL | The Marion County Health Department announced four new cases of novel coronavirus on Wednesday, who are all quarantining at home.

Hannibal Regional Hospital partners with The Salvation Army to fight homelessness
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Hannibal Regional Hospital partners with The Salvation Army to fight homelessness

HANNIBAL | The Hannibal Regional Healthcare System presented a $6,000 check donation to the Hannibal Salvation Army that will go toward combating homelessness on Monday in a press conference at Hannibal Regional Hospital.

River levels delay North Street repairs
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River levels delay North Street repairs

The level of the Mississippi River in Hannibal continues to hinder the temporary repair of a damaged storm sewer on North Street

Banners honor class of 2020
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Banners honor class of 2020

An idea found online has blossomed into a community effort honoring seniors from the Hannibal High School class of 2020, and banners showcasing each senior are going up on flagpoles throughout town and in the windows of local businesses

Pike County Route P closed due to flooding
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Pike County Route P closed due to flooding

Pike County Route P is currently closed due to flooding of the Mississippi River

Traffic fatalities rise despite less traffic
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Traffic fatalities rise despite less traffic

In NEMO, slight dip in fatalities attributed to reduced traffic from coronavirus pandemic

Pawn shop loans fall, purchases climb, amid the pandemic
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Pawn shop loans fall, purchases climb, amid the pandemic

Area pawn shops like Rags to Riches in Hannibal and West Quincy Pawn Shop in Taylor witnessed several changes to their businesses while they remained open throughout the coronavirus pandemic, including a substantial drop in loans and customers purchasing greater amounts of specific items

Family retraces the Trail of Death
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Family retraces the Trail of Death

A minister from Grand Rapids, Mich., and his family are tracing a dark chapter of American history on the way to a youth ministry event in eastern Kansas

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