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Wood named Livestock Person of the Year

John Wood never intended to create a business that became an economic leader in Missouri agriculture.

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Pedestrian hit by vehicle in Wayland

An early Sunday morning crash in Wayland injured a pedestrian.

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One injured in wreck that shut down portion of U.S. 24

Westbound lanes of U.S. 24 were closed for about an hour Monday morning after a two-car crash east of Monroe City.

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Minor injuries reported in crash near Edina

Two people suffered minor injuries after a crash Monday morning in Knox County.

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Memphis woman injured in Lewis County crash

A Memphis woman suffered moderate injuries in a crash Monday morning in Lewis County.

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Edina man injured in crash involving trailer

An Edina man was injured Sunday night when his vehicle's trailer became detached due to equipment failure.

Civil War expert to speak at dinner
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Civil War expert to speak at dinner

Greg Wolk, an expert on certain aspects of the Civil War, will be the featured speaker at the Louisiana Area Historical Museum's annual fall dinner on Thursday, Nov. 14, at American Legion Post 370, 420 Kelly Lane.

Hannibal Regional offers final salute for veterans
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Hannibal Regional offers final salute for veterans

Hannibal Regional Hospital began a new tradition recently that honors the passing of its patients who served in the military.

Death penalty sought for former Quincy woman charged in son's death
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Death penalty sought for former Quincy woman charged in son's death

Prosecutors have announced their intention to seek the death penalty in the case of a former Quincy resident accused of drowning her 8-year-old son in 2017.

Hannibal to honor Admiral Robert E. Coontz
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Hannibal to honor Admiral Robert E. Coontz

One of Hannibal's most prominent native sons -- Admiral Robert Edward Coontz -- will be the center of attention when the city's Bicentennial Committee salutes him with a memorial ceremony at 2 p.m. Wednesday.

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