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High-speed pursuit ends in arrest

A Farmington man is under arrest after he reportedly led police on a high-speed pursuit on U.S. 67 late Thursday night and wrecked his vehicle. Leadington Police Chief Dustin McKinney said at about 11:30 p.m. his officer was at the end of his shift and was taking one last loop around the Fairgrounds

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-01-20 11:15:00

City-wide boil water order issued for Delta, MO

The city of Delta, Missouri has issued a boil water order on Saturday, January 20. The order is until further notice. Download the KFVS News app: iPhone | Android The city of Delta, Missouri has issued a boil water order on Saturday, January 20. The order is until further notice. Download the KFVS N

KFVS12 - 2018-01-20 16:08:40

Williamsville Man Starts the New Year with a Lottery Win

A Williamsville concrete company owner couldn't curb his excitement af-ter winning $100,000 on a Missouri Lottery "$4 Million Spectacular" Scratchers ticket. James Toon said he usually buys a couple of tickets every week, but he has never won a prize this large. "I had to take my glasses off to doub

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Woman sentenced for gambling operation

A Farmington woman was sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison after pleading guilty to running an illegal gambling business and filing false tax returns that failed to list her income from the gambling business. According to court documents, Carol Jean Hazer, 60, organized and ran an illegal h

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Two Fire Departments Approve Automatic Mutual Aid Agreement

The Piedmont City Fire Department and the Clearwater Fire Protection District have ratified an automatic mutual aid agreement. This will improve fire protection to area residents. The two fire departments will respond to any reports of a structure fire within the city of Piedmont and within the fire

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Nearly time for 'catch and keep' trout

The Missouri Department of Conservation says trout may be harvested from Rotary Lake in Jackson, Giessing Lake in Farmington and Legion Lake in Perryville beginning Feb. 1. According to Mike Reed, MDC fisheries management biologist, fishing has been variable this winter due to weather extremes. "If

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-01-20 12:15:00

US 68 near Draffenville, KY blocked due to fire

Good Friday morning, it is January 19, 2018. First Alert Forecast It's finally Friday Heartland and it isn't as cold this morning. Good Friday morning, it is January 19, 2018. First Alert Forecast It's finally Friday Heartland and it isn't as cold this morning. US 68 West near Draffenville, Kentucky

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New Businesses Opening in Piedmont

MiMi's Restaurant, Neighbors Cleaners, and Angie's Stop and Shop closed in late December. This does not mean gloom and doom for the community. The business district in Piedmont is see-ing new growth. Several new businesses are preparing to open. Alex Young has announced plans to open Junior's Steakh

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Bobbi Jo's restaurant will be missed

Bobbi Jo's restaurant will be missed Having been out of the area for the holidays and then getting sick for several weeks, we did not realize Bobbi Jo's restaurant in Pinetop had closed its doors. Joe and Roberta, may you enjoy your retirement. Thank you for the many great meals over the years. God'

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Apache County Sheriff's Office

- An Apache County deputy conducted a traffic stop near mile marker 358 on Highway 60. The driver of the vehicle, Paul Schofield, 30, of Gilbert, was cited and released for alleged driving with a suspended license. - Apache County deputies responded to a residence located on Apache County Road 3310

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Fort Apache plans prescribed burning Jan. 5-9

WHITERIVER - The Bureau of Indian Affairs-Fort Apache Agency Fire Management, in coordination with the White Mountain Apache Tribe, will conduct prescribed burn operations beginning Friday, Jan. 5 through Tuesday, Jan. 9. Prescribed burning efforts will be contingent upon favorable weather condition

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2 unidentified bodies found in separate WMAT fires

WHITERIVER - Law enforcement authorities are trying to determine the identities of two bodies that were found in burned structures on the Fort Apache Reservation. The bodies were found in two separate locations and deaths occurred at differrent times. The first body was found Dec. 1. Officials with

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Dispatchers are behind the scenes 'first responders'

SHOW LOW - Can you assimilate information from six computer screens, type 40-60 words per minute, talk into a headset and answer a phone with multiple lines? Can you listen for different radio tones, memorize more than 100 codes, call signs, acronyms, symbols and signs? How about the ability to read

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SL Elks Clothe-a-Child preps kids for winter

SHOW LOW - Approximately 60 children from Concho, Lakeside-Pinetop, Linden, McNary, Show Low and Vernon area schools arrived Dec. 2 at Big Kmart in Show Low to participate in the Show Low Elks Clothe-A-Child. Clothe-A-Child committee chair and long-time Elk member Tracy Munn organized the event with

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Clubs & Meetings for Nov. 21-27

Tuesday, Nov. 21 EAGAR: Eagar Town Council held on first and third Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Eagar Town Council Chambers, 22 W. 2nd St. Note: The second regular meeting of the month may be cancelled depending on wheter there is business to be conducted. LAKESIDE: Grief Support Group: You Are Not Alon

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Smoke from prescribed burns causes air quality concerns

PINETOP-LAKESIDE - Recent prescribed burns in the Black Mesa and Lakeside ranger districts conducted by the U.S. Forest Service have caused escalating concern about air quality from White Mountain residents. The White Mountain Apache Tribe has also been conducting burns at the same time. As a result

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Yorkville Woman on life support

This afternoon, State Fire and Police investigated the Yorkville home where seven-year-old Taylor Mishlanie and mother Heather were pulled from Thursday night. Crews were both inside and outside the house as they investigated the damage which had been done. As of 12:30 p.m. Saturday, WKTV placed

WKTV - 2018-01-21 02:51:00

Holland Patent man injured in snowmobile accident

TRENTON - A Holland Patent man was sent to the hospital following a snowmobile accident Saturday, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. At about 3:30 p.m., Kyle Dittl, 53, was traveling across a field on Trail C7A near Powell Road when he rolled his snowmobile as it entered deep snow in t

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2018-01-21 01:39:00

Blaze damages six Utica townhouses

Utica Mayor Thom Dionne, foreground right in dark jacket, is briefed by firefighters about the blaze at Birchcrest Townhouses. TED RONEY -- FOR THE MACOMB DAILY By Norb Franz norb.franz@macombdaily.com, @NorbFranz on Twitter Fire investigators in Utica suspect an electrical problem may to blame fo

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Hospital plan in Utica costly for nonprofits

UTICA - Pastor Chris Tringali wants to spruce up the outside of his church, maybe by stuccoing over the peeling gray paint that partially covers the brick underneath. He and his wife, Nancy, have more big dreams for Turning Point Church: a soup kitchen and food pantry; four dingy upstairs apartments

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2018-01-21 10:04:00