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

Saturday was a special day for dozens of professional wrestlers and scores of fans at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center, as the American Championship Wrestling event ushered in the hometown debut for Roy Lewis (Aaron Roy), and appearances by World Wrestling Entertainment Superstar Kane (Glenn Jacobs) and WWE Superstar and trainer Dr. Tom Prichard

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Therapy dog approved for Ralls County Elementary School
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Therapy dog approved for Ralls County Elementary School

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

Candy is dandy
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Candy is dandy

Sisters enjoy sweet experience at Clarksville Applefest

Obituary: Robin Marie Wagner, 66, of Hannibal

Obituary: Robin Marie Wagner, 66, of Hannibal

Robin Marie Wagner, 66, of Hannibal, Mo., passed away at 6:55 p.m. Sunday, October 13, 2019, at University Hospital in Columbia.

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Prep softball roundup: Timely hitting leads Monroe City

The Panthers had back-to-back hits that tied the game and helped them take the lead.

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Three different Pirates score in victory

Hannibal won 3-0 over Capital City.

Hannibal gets momentum into district play
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Hannibal gets momentum into district play

The Pirates snapped a four-game losing streak with a 15-2 victory over Palmyra.

Panthers win sectional title
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Panthers win sectional title

The Palmyra girls golf team won the sectional at Kirksville Country Club.

Pitching propels Panthers to CCC title
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Pitching propels Panthers to CCC title

Brooke Lawson returned to throw five shutout innings in the 5-0 victory.

Pumpkin Fest brings seasonal fun
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Pumpkin Fest brings seasonal fun

HANNIBAL – Children danced with the Hannibal Fire Department's fire pup, caught toy bats with a fishing pole magnet and raced through a maze of hay bales at the Hannibal County Market's annual Pumpkin Fest on Saturday.