HLGU to resume in-person classes for fall semester

HLGU to resume in-person classes for fall semester

HANNIBAL | Hannibal-LaGrange University will resume in-person classes and residential life on campus for the fall 2020 semester.

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HHS graduation parade Thursday
Education

HHS graduation parade Thursday

On Thursday, May 21, the day on which Hannibal High School graduation had been originally scheduled to take place, a graduation parade was held

Mark Twain Riverboat resumes cruises
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Mark Twain Riverboat resumes cruises

HANNIBAL | Sandy and Capt. Steve Terry were greeting people boarding their Mark Twain Riverboat on Thursday, May 21, after beginning 2020 cruises May 19.

Summer sports leagues take extra precautions

Summer sports leagues take extra precautions

As the stay-at-home order has been lifted, local agencies are trying to navigate summer sports leagues safely for all those involved.

Crowley honored for 25 years with OATS
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Crowley honored for 25 years with OATS

Marsha Crowley, of Shelbina, was honored by OATS Transit for 25 years of service with the company on Friday, May 15

Riverfront change order adds $34,382 to total project cost
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Riverfront change order adds $34,382 to total project cost

Hannibal Board of Public Works to pay additional amount

Tenth Circuit enters first phase toward reopening
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Tenth Circuit enters first phase toward reopening

Presiding Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd issues May 18 administrative order outlining in-person hearings for “most critical” cases only

Beth Haven to offer apprenticeship program
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Beth Haven to offer apprenticeship program

Corey Mehaffy, executive director of the Hannibal Regional Economic Development Council, has announced that his organization was notified that Beth Haven Nursing Home is a new U.S. Dept. of Labor registered apprenticeship program sponsor

Road to better things
Community

Road to better things

Repaving work on U.S. 61 between Hannibal and Palmyra is nearly 50% complete. Emery Sapp and Sons is working on three projects along the U.S. 61 corridor with a total cost of $6.8 million. Work began in March and is on track to be completed by early September.


 

Events & Festivals

Drebes Annual Reunion canceled

The Drebes Annual Reunion, scheduled for Sunday, June 7, has been canceled for 2020 due to the current situation