Police & Courts

Hannibal woman hurt in one-car crash southwest of Hannibal

A Hannibal woman suffered minor injuries after the car she was driving went off the road and became airborne Monday afternoon. Lynne A. Otten, 34, was taken by Marion County Ambulance to Hannibal Regional Hospital after the crash.

Family starts group to help others after son diagnosed with diabetes
Hannibal News

Family starts group to help others after son diagnosed with diabetes

The initial idea of wanting to help others affected by type 1 diabetes has led the McBride family to start their own organization to help others in the Northeast Missouri community. The Blue Wolverine Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, publicly launched July 9.

LIFE STORIES: England native preserves Clark County's past
Life Stories

LIFE STORIES: England native preserves Clark County's past

Jo Bryant preserves the history of her adopted homeland. The English native traces her passion for history to the home in which she was born - the bakery of a neighboring estate that had been built in 1625. She currently is curator of the Clark County Historical Museum.

Canton's summer reading program generating interest from kids
Education

Canton's summer reading program generating interest from kids

Half-way through its summer reading program, the Canton Public Library continues to be a busy place.

Beth Haven celebrates 60 years of service to area citizens
Hannibal News

Beth Haven celebrates 60 years of service to area citizens

Beth Haven Retirement Community was founded in 1957 by area Mennonite churches.

Local auctioneer wins World Livestock Auctioneer Championship
Missouri News

Local auctioneer wins World Livestock Auctioneer Championship

Brian Curless, a livestock auctioneer who sells cattle at auction houses in Palmyra and elsewhere, has proven himself to be one of the best in the business.

Hannibal News

Hannibal YMCA aquatics area receives enhancements

Starting July 8, the Hannibal YMCA's pool area will be closed so that a new pool deck, interior pool surface, paint job, HVAC enhancements and mechanical upgrades can be done. Remodeling will be completed by Sept. 5.

Police & Courts

Four injured in golf cart crash

MONROE CITY, Mo. -- Four injured in golf cart crash

Education

Palmyra School Board approves five-cent hike in meal prices

The cost for breakfast and lunch is going up in the Palmyra School District.

Police & Courts

Kahoka man injured in semi-truck crash in Schuyler County

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that a 2011 Peterbilt Conventional DS semi-truck driven by Patrick S. Gregory, 48, of Kahoka, was traveling west on Mo. 202 near Glenwood when it traveled off the right side of the road, began to slide and overtu

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