Visitors often drive to Hannibal. In August, about 200 people are going to visit by paddle.
The Northeast Missouri Economic Development Council has announced that Executive Director George Walley, will be retiring next year and the council will hire a new executive director in 2019.
The Palmyra City Council on Thursday passed an ordinance authorizing the sale of $4 million in industrial revenue bonds to help a local company build and equip an 80,000-square-foot building in the new Warren Head Business Park.
The Hannibal Arts Council is seeking nominations for its annual Paragon Art Awards. The awards recognize contributions to the arts community by residents, artists, educators and organization and business leaders.
Three people were injured in a three-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Mo. 15 3 miles north of Memphis in Scotland County.
A Wyaconda man is facing multiple felony counts, including rape or attempted rape and sodomy or attempted sodomy, in Clark County after being arrested Tuesday night in Illinois.
The School Board approved during its meeting Wednesday a third school resource officer to patrol school buildings.
The Hannibal Board of Public Works welcomed its fourth new member in a 12-month period. Stephan Franke took the oath of office Wednesday during the BPW Board's monthly meeting. He replaces Tim Goodman.
The Palmyra R-1 School Board is planning to put a proposed $3.5 million bond issue on the April 9, 2019, election ballot.