Haunted Hannibal next week
Events & Festivals

Haunted Hannibal next week

Downtown Hannibal will become a family-friendly haunted haven of activities, attractions and celebrations during the Haunted Hannibal Festival on Friday, Oct. 25, Saturday, Oct. 26 and Thursday, Oct. 31

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HLGU hosting suicide awareness speaker Kevin Hines
Community

HLGU hosting suicide awareness speaker Kevin Hines

Man who jumped from Golden Gate Bridge became advocate for life

Pumpkins in the Park will highlight unique creations, Eugene Field Pirate Pride Singers performance
Events & Festivals

Pumpkins in the Park will highlight unique creations, Eugene Field Pirate Pride Singers performance

Hannibal Parks & Recreation is hosting the seventh annual Pumpkins in the Park — a pumpkin-decorating contest and exhibit — Saturday, Oct. 26 at Central Park

Abstract art on display in Central Park
Community

Abstract art on display in Central Park

Hannibal artist Mark Wavering will showcase his abstract art in Hannibal Central Park

Obituaries

Obituary: Nancy Lucille Redman Yates, 68, of Monroe City

Lucille Redman Yates, 68, of Monroe City, passed away at 12:23 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, 2019, at her home.

MoDOT to replace culverts on Marion County Route CC
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MoDOT to replace culverts on Marion County Route CC

Weather permitting, Missouri Department of Transportation crews will conduct work on Route CC in Marion County. Please see the dates and locations below

Run game big factor for Pirates' success
Prep Football

Run game big factor for Pirates' success

Running back Damien French has rushed for more than 200 yards in the last three games, all Hannibal victories.

Prep Soccer

Late goal dashes Hannibal's NCMC hopes

Moberly scored in the final seconds to beat Hannibal 2-1.

Wrestling dreams come true in Hannibal
Community

Wrestling dreams come true in Hannibal

Hannibal's Aaron Roy makes hometown debut during ACW event at Coontz Recreation Center

Therapy dog approved for Ralls County Elementary School
Education

Therapy dog approved for Ralls County Elementary School

Ralls County R-II Board of Education members reviewed five-year facilities plan with committee members