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Airport fuel tanks fully operational once again

Both fuel tanks at Hannibal Regional Airport are fully operational again

City storm-water proposition to be on November ballot
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City storm-water proposition to be on November ballot

A lack of funds is preventing the Hannibal Board of Public Works from accomplishing some of its many stormwater objectives. As to whether that is an acceptable excuse in the opinion of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources remains to be seen.

School district benefits from low fuel costs
Education

School district benefits from low fuel costs

The Hannibal School District has taken advantage of lower fuel prices, resulting in several thousand dollars in savings

School district to address trauma issues
Education

School district to address trauma issues

A program aimed at helping individuals deal with trauma is being launched by the Hannibal School District

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Water tank rehab to cost more than earlier estimates

A needed renovation of a water tank in western Hannibal will cost the Hannibal Board of Public Works about $65,000 more than was anticipated

Marion County gets commercial land use ordinance
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Marion County gets commercial land use ordinance

Marion County no longer offers blanket commercial zoning after the county commission on Monday approved a commercial land use ordinance with five commercial classifications

County paying back Taylor bridge loans
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County paying back Taylor bridge loans

The first payments on the loan for construction of the new Taylor bridge were approved by the Marion County Commission on Monday in Palmyra

Airport activity may soon increase
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Airport activity may soon increase

Activity may soon be increasing at Hannibal Regional Airport

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Hannibal Expressway remains a priority

City officials would like northern access point by hospital than by the Rocket

MoDOT plans Marion County highway projects
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MoDOT plans Marion County highway projects

Marion County will be a busy place during the next two highway construction seasons