Missouri News

Canton hires agency to develop comprehensive community plan

The Canton Board of Aldermen agreed this week to hire Missouri Main Street Connection to develop a comprehensive community plan for the city.

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Marion commissioners asked to urge residents to participate in census
Local Government

Marion commissioners asked to urge residents to participate in census

The Marion County Commission was asked Monday to encourage local residents to participate in the 2020 national census.

Federal grant would fund construction of city well on Quinsippi Island
Local Government

Federal grant would fund construction of city well on Quinsippi Island

Officials with Quincy's engineering department hope to learn next month that the city is the recipient of a $3.5 million federal grant, which they say will be used to help construct a new well on Quinsippi Island.

Education

Canton R-5 School District seeks applicants for School Board seat

The Canton R-5 School District is seeking candidates to fill an opening on the Canton School Board.

Moore announces $33 million infrastructure plan
Local Government

Moore announces $33 million infrastructure plan

Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore wants the Quincy City Council to approve $33 million in bonds and low-interest loans for road, sewer and water projects, which he is calling the city's first large-scale public infrastructure initiative since the 1990s.

Palmyra School District's new football field is nearing completion
Education

Palmyra School District's new football field is nearing completion

The Palmyra R-1 School Board heard an update this week on construction taking place this summer, including several projects funded through a voter-approved $3.5 million bond issue.

QFD breaks in new fire trucks
Local Government

QFD breaks in new fire trucks

Two new pumper trucks entered service with the Quincy Fire Department this week. The new trucks, which cost nearly $1 million, are based at Fire Station 4 at 1115 Locust and Fire Station 5 1130 Jackson.

Local Government

South Park dog park put on hold

Discussions will continue on establishign a dog park in a Quincy park, but it's unlikely South Park will be in future talks.

Missouri News

Former Center clerk identified as woman in officer-involved shooting

Former Center City Clerk Tracey Ray was injured in an officer-involved shooting in Ralls County.

Adams County Board to vote next month on cannabis dispensaries
Local Government

Adams County Board to vote next month on cannabis dispensaries

The Adams County Board is expected to vote next month on whether to allow adult-use cannabis dispensaries in Adams County.