A Southeast Missouri lawmaker is leading a push to make sure the state casts aside its distinction as the only one in the country to not have in place a prescription drug monitoring program.
The majority of April 4 contested races in Scotland, Shelby and Knox counties on the April 4 ballot occur on school boards in the three counties.
Ticket sales begin Wednesday for the seventh annual "Everybody Wins" Mega Raffle supporting the Quincy Catholic Elementary Schools and Quincy Notre Dame foundations.
Madonna House's outreach with its Everyday Life Skills Program continues to grow. "It has been well-received, and I think we're seeing a lot (of progress)," said Joanne Dedert, the fifth-year executive director of Madonna House.
Everyone knows him as Toby Dick Ellis, but to his family, he is still Richard. Born in 1927 in Minneapolis, Richard Elsenpeter's early years came at the height of the Great Depression. "Nobody knew it," he said. "Everybody was poor, but you didn't know that. Everybody was in the same boat."
Golden residents will soon take to the stage to perform for the community and raise money for its most notable landmark. For more than two decades, the Golden Historical Society's Windmill Follies has been one of the town's annual social highlights.
A reorganization plan at Quincy Public Schools' central office will rely on existing personnel to fill the void that will be left by two retirements.