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Gordmans to open a store in Hannibal this summer

A Gordmans store is scheduled to open this summer at the Huck Finn Shopping Center in Hannibal, Mo.

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Hannibal School District seeing uptick in students with emotional needs
Hannibal News

Hannibal School District seeing uptick in students with emotional needs

Like many other school districts across the nation, the Hannibal School District is dealing with a growing number of students facing emotional and psychological issues.

Woman charged in Hannibal stabbing reportedly told police man was choking her
Police & Courts

Woman charged in Hannibal stabbing reportedly told police man was choking her

A Hannibal woman charged in the reported stabbing of a Hannibal man Monday morning told police he had her in a choke hold when she stabbed him.

Palmyra team wins WGEM Quiz Bowl tournament
Education

Palmyra team wins WGEM Quiz Bowl tournament

The quiz bowl team from Palmyra (Mo.) High School won the WGEM Academic Challenge Quiz Bowl tournament with a 290-190 win over Bushnell-Prairie High School on March 16.

Charges filed in Hannibal stabbing case
Police & Courts

Charges filed in Hannibal stabbing case

Charges have been filed in connection with a stabbing Monday morning in Hannibal. Court records show Brenda J. Watkins, 21, of Hannibal, was charged with second-degree assault and armed criminal action Wednesday.

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Wellsville man injured when jumping from moving vehicle

PAYNESVILLE, Mo. -- A Wellsville man was injured Monday night when he jumped from a moving vehicle.

Hannibal making plans to allow medical marijuana operations
Hannibal News

Hannibal making plans to allow medical marijuana operations

The Hannibal City Council has scheduled a public hearing for 6:45 p.m. April 2 to establish zoning districts where businesses will be able to cultivate, test and sell medical marijuana.

Clarksville mayor says pending flooding could have been prevented
Missouri News

Clarksville mayor says pending flooding could have been prevented

For the first time in its 174-year history, Richard Cottrell says the Elgin-Cottrell House in Clarksville will likely flood Wednesday when the waters from the Mississippi River pour into the basement and first-floor parlor of his historic house.

Residents want gas tax increase to help roads
Missouri News

Residents want gas tax increase to help roads

Patrons at multiple West Quincy gas stations said they were in favor of Missouri Senate 430, which if approved by the Missouri General Assembly would gradually increase the Missouri's motor vehicle fuel tax.

Police & Courts

Police hold suspect in Hannibal stabbing

A man who was stabbed in Hannibal was airlifted to a St. Louis hospital for treatment. The Hannibal Police Department said it was called at 8:35 a.m. Monday to the 100 block of Dulaney to check the wellbeing of a man on the ground.

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