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Salvation Army social services center will move downtown

HANNIBAL | After years of providing its social services from offices in the Salvation Army Family Store in Steamboat Bend Shopping Center, the Hannibal Salvation Army has finalized the purchase of property downtown for its social services.

Holy Family dinner auction benefits school and bidders
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Holy Family dinner auction benefits school and bidders

HANNIBAL | Hats and Horses, the 19th annual dinner auction to benefit Hannibal's Holy Family School, also gave the crowd attending an opportunity to buy trips to the Kentucky Derby, Lake Ozark and ball games, in addition to a variety of other items. The Feb. 22 fund-raiser was at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center.

Family recipes win awards at Chili Cookoff
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Family recipes win awards at Chili Cookoff

HANNIBAL | Family recipes proved popular at Saturday’s Hannibal Jaycees Chili Cookoff at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center, helping chili teams take home awards.

Eugene Field repeats as Lighthouse school
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Eugene Field repeats as Lighthouse school

HANNIBAL | Students at Eugene Field Elementary School are getting an early start in learning to become leaders and achieve goals, and the school has again been certified a Covey 7 Habits Lighthouse school.

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Kerns embraces new art form for exhibit

HANNIBAL | “Nothing has changed my whole way of doing art like this has,” said Hannibal artist Pat Kerns.

Todd Ahrens named Chamber of Commerce Pacesetter
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Todd Ahrens named Chamber of Commerce Pacesetter

Todd Ahrens was honored twice during the Hannibal Area of Commerce's 111th annual meeting and banquet Feb. 1 at the Rialto Banquet Hall

Todd Ahrens named Hannibal Chamber Pacesetter
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Todd Ahrens named Hannibal Chamber Pacesetter

HANNIBAL | Todd Ahrens was honored twice during the Hannibal Area of Commerce's 111th annual meeting and banquet Feb. 1 at the Rialto Banquet Hall.

Police report thefts, stealing from cars
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Police report thefts, stealing from cars

The Hannibal Police Department received five reports of burglary or stealing at local homes on Sunday, Jan. 26, and most involved stealing from an unlocked vehicle, according to Lt. M.L. Routh, the HPD patrol division manager

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Wings teams are double winners

Two of the wings teams competing at the Great Wingsby were double winners in the 16th annual Wing Ding co-sponsored by the Jaycees of Hannibal and Mark Twain Distributing on Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center.

Open Door Prayer ministry offering a place to pray
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Open Door Prayer ministry offering a place to pray

HANNIBAL | After experiencing the power of prayer in healing for their major health problems, Bill Cumberlidge and Brenda Clement of Hannibal decided to begin a ministry, Open Door Prayer, offering people an opportunity to drop in and pray, either individually or with others.