The Marion County Commission is expected to award a contract Nov. 27 to replace the bridge over Bear Creek along County Road 423 at Withers Mill west of Hannibal. Three bids for the project were opened Monday.
Police say a 55-year-old man arrested at the scene of a house fire Monday admitted to setting the fire. Clarence Police Chief Raymond Barton said a house at 400 W. Walnut St., burned to the ground. The fire was reported at about 11:20 a.m.
Transition into Christmas the Saturday after Thanksgiving by attending the fourth annual Victorian Festival of Christmas, hosted by the Historic Hannibal Marketing Council.
Law enforcement officers often come in contact with an individual suffering from a mental health or behavioral health condition, whether that is a bipolar disorder, substance abuse disorder or depression, among others.
Melissa and Travis Riney didn't know their latest hobby was unique until people started asking to see it in action. They do aquaponic gardening and call their operation Spring Water Produce. They hope to one day do it full-time.
After burning through her paid time off following the birth of her fifth child, money was tight for Marty Gonzalez and her family.
The Palmyra Area Community Betterment group is trying to gauge local interest in the possibility of opening a fitness center in Palmyra.
Mark Twain Elementary student Robert Wealer doesn't like to delay when it comes to helping others. The fifth-grader has started his third canned food drive for the Hannibal Salvation Army, with a goal this year to collect 6,500 nonperishable items.