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Investigators looking for missing woman, child believed to be in Osage Beach area

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. - Poplar Bluff police are looking for a missing woman and child believed to be in the Osage Beach area. Police said Sara Brown, 32, and Geneva Genova, 1, left a family member's residence on March 7 and have not been seen since. Family members told officers that they had last spoke

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-03-21 20:24:58

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Licking resident injured in Monday accident

LICKING, Mo. - A woman from Licking suffered moderate injuries Monday afternoon after the vehicle she was driving ran off-road and hit a tree. 33-year-old Sarah Tow was taken from the scene of the 12:25 pm accident to Texas County Memorial Hospital by ambulance. The accident happened around 12:25 pm

OZARKRADIONEWS.COM - 2018-03-20 07:47:19

Freeburg man charged over threats to parole officer

Cole County prosecutors on Monday charged Richard D. Love, 28, of Freeburg, with tampering with a judicial officer, for making threats about his probation officer. He was being held on $50,000 bond in the Cole County Jail. Police arrested Love about 10:55 a.m. Monday, on an outstanding warrant, acco


Wreck injures one near Highways AA, 17

A Bucyrus woman sustained moderate injuries Monday afternoon in a single-vehicle accident near Highways AA and 17 south of Success. Tpr. Jason Sentman said a northbound 2007 Dodge 2500 pickup driven by Donna J. Jackson, 61, swerved to avoid an animal in the roadway and ran off the right side of the

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-03-20 12:15:00

Dixon, Mo. angler, 11, hooks Missouri-record, possible world record for a redhorse

DIXON, Mo. (Edited News Release) -- The Missouri Department of Conservation reports an angler, 11, from Dixon, Mo. not only hooked a state record but possibly a world record. Maverick Yoakum caught a river redhorse on Tavern Creek using a rod and reel. The new "pole and line" record river redhorse w


Two arrested after vehicle theft

Weyland Two men were arrested Monday after police found a stolen vehicle, said Sgt. D.B. McGrath of the Fulton Police Department. Samuel J. Weyland, 20, of New Bloomfield, was taken into custody for first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle. Chance T. Marcum, 18, of Mokane, faces a charge of secon


Family business expands services, sons take on ownership

Democrat photo/Michelle Brooks Trachsel Fencing and Bobcat has added Trachsel Steel and Welding to its services and moved to a new location east of California on Lookout Trail. John and Jan Trachsel started the business in 1995 and sons Jaden, J.T, both far left, and Jackson, right, have been involv


Early morning fire destroys business

An area business location was destroyed after a fire broke out in the early morning hours Monday, burning it to the ground. Fire departments from several counties were called to assist after a second alarm was struck. Potosi Fire Chief Roger Lachance said they were called to Coleman's Repair Shop at


County deputies respond to calls

The officer observed no evidence that the home had been ransacked. The 28-year-old man who owns the residence searched inside and didn't notice anything missing. The deputy noted that a problem with the front door staying shut was identified. A deputy responded at about 4:15 a.m. March 7 after a 48-


Belle man arrested after Osage County crash

A Belle man was treated for minor injuries and later arrested after a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning in Osage County. Missouri Highway Patrol reports show the crash occurred at 7:09 a.m. on U.S. 63, south of Locust Street in Freeburg. Christopher Holt, 34, crossed the center line and struck a veh


Best Restaurant Guide in Osage Beach, MO

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CHAPMANHERALD.COM - 2018-03-20 19:28:00

Area woman arrested on drug charges

A Jefferson City woman was arrested on drug charges Monday near California. While on patrol, Moniteau County deputies saw a vehicle driving in circles on a public parking area, according to sheriff's department reports. The driver, Michelle Sitton, 48, of Jefferson City, was found to be impaired and


Man Charged With Stealing Pants From Kohl's

Missourian Staff Writer An Owensville man is facing felony stealing charges after committing his fourth stealing offense in a decade. Jeffrey R. Clark, 32, Owensville, was charged in Franklin County Associate Circuit Court with one count of felony stealing. Clark is accused of taking a $55 pair of g


Ozark Life Flashback 1988: St. Patrick's Day Cudgel Carry in Rolla

ROLLA, Mo. -- Legend has it that St. Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland wielding a large stick called shillelaghs or cudgels. The world famous engineering school at Missouri University of Science and Technology was previously known as University of Missouri - Rolla, and, before that, Rolla Sch


Missouri lawmakers cut health agency budget over virus data

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A panel of Missouri House lawmakers has slashed the budget for the state health department's administration for not providing information about a virus that killed a state employee. The House Budget Committee on Wednesday voted to cut funding for 10 staffers and halve the


Students in Lebanon participate in nationwide walkout

LEBANON, Mo. -- Students at Lebanon High School participated in the nationwide walkout to protest gun violence. Nearly 160 Lebanon High School students gathered quietly on the Boswell Auditorium floor. And another 100 Lebanon Middle School students gathered quietly in their cafeteria. Lebanon school


JC man charged in two burglaries

A Jefferson City man has been charged in connection with two separate burglary cases. Byron Jones, 32, is charged with two counts of second-degree burglary. The first burglary occurred in June at Joe Machens Ford on Southwest Boulevard, according to Jefferson City Police Department probable cause st


Camdenton Attempts Unique Way to Get More Police into Schools

CAMDENTON, Mo -- Recent school shootings have sparked a nationwide conversation on gun control, potentially arming teachers, and school safety in general but one district in the Ozarks is choosing to cart a different approach. The 1st steps were taken on Monday by Director for Nutrition Julie Evans.


Convicted felon pleads guilty to possessing guns

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Timothy Garrison, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Columbia man pleaded guilty to illegally possessing a gun. Lorenzo Kemp, 20, pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of firearms. He admitted that he was in possession of two g