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Saline County crash results in minor injuries

A Boonville woman sustained minor injuries in a two-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon, Oct. 14. The crash occurred at 1:03 p.m. on Missouri Route 240, west of Landmark Ave., according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Tia Kennedy, 39, was a passenger in a 2013 Jeep driven by Stephen Kennedy, 39,


Saline County Circuit Court Division 4

16SA-CR00489-01: Canto-Pedroso, Yusniel, born 1984, 1444 Forest Dr., Louisville, Ky. Class B felony dist/del/manf/produce or attempt to or possess w/intet to dist/del/manf/produce a controlled substance. Sentencing scheduled for Dec. 11. 17SA-CR00221-01: Ross, Demecio Martice Jr., born 1993, 1056

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-10-18 05:00:00

Man charged after trespassing at college

Two class D felonies were filed against Jamie Keys Jr., 20, of Marshall, on Sunday, Oct. 15, after trespassing on Missouri Valley College property. The charges came after the MVC Director of Public Safety reportedly received a report of burglary from a student who witnessed Keys enter a college apar

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-10-17 05:00:00

County sales tax increase proposed for April election ballot

The Saline County Commission announced its intention of placing a question on Aprils election ballot regarding a sales tax increase to benefit the county. During the commissions meeting Tuesday morning, Oct. 17, commissioners announced they will hold a public hearing during session on Tuesday, Oct.

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-10-17 05:00:00

New childrens book illustrates life lessons through farm practices

Contributed image A childrens book that highlights a love for farming is available at the Marshall Public Library, and its East Coast author has a connection to Saline County land that has never broken. Zelmas Farm, written by Zelma Loseke, of Vermont, tells the story of a girl who vows to build a f


Braymer FFA holds first meeting of the year

On September 7, the Braymer FFA held their first meeting of the year. It consisted of the opening ceremony, playing Slip-N-Slide kickball, and ending with closing ceremony. There were 20 member present at the meeting. The Braymer FFA will be holding monthly meetings. The next meeting will be held Sa

MYCALDWELLCOUNTY.COM - 2017-10-17 17:21:00

Man charged for failure to register

Jimmy R. Morrison, 53, of Slater, was charged with a class E felony of failure to register as a sex offender. According to a probable cause statement in the case, Morrison registered as homeless and indicated he parks his vehicle in Gilliam at the end of a street just south of Missouri Route 240.


City administrator updates Marshall City Council on Hab Center, other projects

City Administrator David Haugland presented updates on city projects during Marshall City Council's meeting Monday, Oct. 16, including the transfer of the former Marshall Habilitation Center property. Haugland presented an ordinance to amend the contract between the city of Marshall and the state of

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-10-17 05:00:00

Marshall City Council approves requests, hears reports

During its regular meeting Monday, Oct. 16, the Marshall City Council approved a purchase for Marshall Municipal Services and a proposal from Marshall Board of Public Works, as well as heard regular monthly committee reports. Director of Marshall Municipal Services Bill Anderson said a chip spreader

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-10-17 05:00:00

Sweet Springs School Board approves substitute pay increase, begins superintendent search

The Sweet Springs Board of Education met last week, Thursday, Oct. 12, to discuss substitute pay, the search for a new superintendent, and hear monthly reports during its regular monthly meeting. The board approved an increase in substitute pay after Superintendent Donna Wright said it was becoming


Corizon Health employee at Chillicothe Correctional Center charged with sexual contact with an Inmate

The Missouri Department of Corrections has provided a correction to a news story broadcast today involving a man accused of sexual relations with an inmate at the women's prison in Chillicothe. A Livingston County warrant was issued Monday against a healthcare employee within the Chillicothe Correct

KTTN.COM - 2017-10-17 12:34:19

"Run For the Paws" event to be held in Chillicothe

A fundraising 5-K run or walk is scheduled early next month in Chillicothe as a benefit for the Livingston County Humane Society which operates the animal shelter at 1400 South Mitchell Road. The event is called "Run For the Paws" and will be held the morning of Saturday, November 4th starting at 8

KTTN.COM - 2017-10-16 19:21:53

Chillicothe Police Department responds to 195 calls over the weekend

The Chillicothe Police Department kept busy over the weekend as they responded to 195 calls for service. Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 1000 block of Second Street. Officers determined the incident to be verbal in nature and no arrests were made. Officers recovered a Huffy bike


Subject flees from Chillicothe Police, later apprehended

Chillicothe Police Department officers responded to a business in the 1000 block of Graves Street to a report of an individual in the business with an active Livingston County probation violation warrant on an original charge of distribution of a controlled substance. When officers arrived at the b


2 joggers chased by man in Fort Mill; police search for suspect

FORT MILL, S.C. - Fort Mill police are looking for a man who is accused of chasing two female joggers. Officers were called on Thursday to Starlight Drive and Zenith Avenue and found the two women who said they were chased. The women told officers that they were running in the area when a red car st

WSOC-TV - 2017-10-17 19:31:18

The latest property owner looking to sell land for new homes? The town of Fort Mill.

The latest new home project eying Fort Mill isn't some out-of-town property owner looking to sell high. It's the town itself. Eight properties adding up to nearly 90 acres are up for annexation, with a plan in place for 133 homes between the Springfield and Foxwood communities. Almost two-thirds of

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-10-16 23:38:00

Fort Mill sweeps county cross country championships

Fort Mill won the boys and girls' Bob Jenkins York County cross country championships on Saturday at York. Three top-10 finishes were enough for the Yellow Jacket girls and boys to sweep the race, named in honor of former local running coach Bob Jenkins. Nation Ford's Katie Pou continued her excell

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-10-16 18:58:00

Fort Mill schools want to quadruple their new home fee. But it's up to York County.

The Fort Mill School District wants more money from each new home, townhome, apartment and similar living space within its borders. More important, district leaders believe they can make the case for it. "We are looking at impact fees, and the administration is going to present," said Diane Dasher,

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-10-16 17:54:00

Cleaning products company pledges 400 jobs at new Fort Mill headquarters

Diversey, the cleaning products company that was spun off from Sealed Air, is moving its corporate headquarters from Charlotte to York County. The relocation promises about 400 jobs and $6.1 million in investment in Fort Mill, according to a statement from the company Wednesday. Diversey's new offic


Two men robbed Rock Hill gas station, then apologized to the clerk, police say

Two men robbed a Rock Hill gas station at gunpoint Tuesday morning, stealing almost $600 in cigarettes, police said. The men robbed the QuikTrip on Anderson Road just after 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to a police report. One man was armed with a black handgun, the report says. The store clerk told

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-10-17 18:07:00