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One injured in wreck east of Cabool

Sgt. Dale Pounds said a westbound 2007 Chevrolet Malibu driven by Douglas P. Budd, 47, ran off the right side of U.S. 60, striking a ditch and fence.

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-08-17 12:37:00

Couple Dies after Car Skids into an Oncoming Car

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OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-08-17 11:38:50

Cabool man sentenced in sex crimes case

Roberto R. Candanoza, 51, of 514 Peabody Ave. in Cabool, was charged with four counts of statutory sodomy related to a series of inappropriate sexual encounters with a 9-year-old girl between May 2016 and January 2018.

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-08-16 21:14:00

Bucyrus man facing felony charges after allegedly forging check

Tyson R. Warner, 36, of 9795 Highway 17 in Bucyrus, faces a pair of felony charges after allegedly cashing a forged check Aug. 10 at a store in Success.


Mercy exiting Houston market; doctors to remain

About 20 years after entering the healthcare market in Houston, Mercy is preparing to exit, it said Tuesday afternoon.Mercy said it worked closely with Matthew Brown, MD, and Patricia Benoist, MD, physicians at the clinic, throughout the process as it contemplated the closing.Mercy said the physicia


Serious accident north of Cabool

Emergency personnel are at the scene Wednesday afternoon of a serious accident north of Cabool.At about 12:50 p.m., emergency personnel from the Cabool area are at near Cloverdale Road and U.S. 63. It is north of Highway H.Traffic is moving in one lane. The Houston Rural Fire Association's rescue sq


Accident claims two north of Cabool

Two persons were killed Wednesday afternoon in an accident north of Cabool.The two-vehicle crash involved five people. Details have not be released by the Missouri State Highway Patrol as of early Thursday morning.At about 12:50 p.m., emergency personnel from the Cabool area were called to Cloverdal


State argues for gag order in case against ex-Texas County sheriff, deputy

Officers with the Missouri Highway Patrol arrested Sheriff James Sigman and his chief deputy, Lieutenant Jennifer Tomaszewski in July. They both face felony assault, felony first-degree robbery, felony first-degree endangering the welfare of a child, felony second-degree endangering the welfare of a


How US sanctions hit ordinary people in Iran

Recent commentsWith a free user account, you can share your thoughts on any story from the Herald. Here are the latest comments from our readers:Paul Goldensternsaid:This isn't the first incident of the canopy drowning someone. In fact the approach of asking operators to remove them was tried and ap

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-08-16 11:35:28

Licking man faces felony charges after incident at park

After a Licking Police Department investigation of an incident at a park Friday, a Licking man faces a pair of felony charges.Wilford H. “Willy” Storm, 29, of 17695 Storm Lane in Licking, is charged with third-degree assault and resisting or interfering with an arrest for a felony.According to an LP


Licking License Office will be closing at the end of August

Sidney Johnston says, “Licking needs their DMV! Not everyone can make it to Houston or Salem!”


Houston library looks to expand ‘friends’ program

Members of the Houston Friends of the Library group include, front row, from left, Joann Preciado, Sue Colter, Rhonda Goss and Sue Simpson. Back row, Fred Preciado, Keith Ford and Robert Simpson.Submitted photo


HHS graduate ‘making a difference’ in education system in the Big Easy

Editor’s note: Tiffany Delcour, a 2000 Houston High School graduate, is featured in this article that recently appeared in a Central Methodist University alumni publication. She is the daughter of Harold and Lisa Merritt of Houston.Tiffany DelcourSubmitted photoSitting at a sidewalk café, looking ou


Salem woman injured in Wednesday morning crash

A 2016 Chevrolet Malibu, driven by Eva D. Lewis, 61, was westbound at 7:10 a.m. Wednesday when it slide on wet pavement, crossed the centerline, traveled off the left side of the roadway and struck a mailbox. It then traveled down a steep embankment and overturned.


Houston school board makes personnel moves before launch of classes

One week before classes begin on campus, the Houston school board handled several personnel moves during its monthly meeting.The district accepted a resignation/separation agreement from Carol Bryson, an elementary teacher. Resignations were also received from Joni Bobbitt, special education process


Herald Live adds apps, high definition

The Houston Herald Live is back. And better than ever.The free service of the newspaper that streams Houston High School football games and other community events online has received a major upgrade in its seventh year. The broadcasts will be presented in high definition in 2018 and be available via


Truck fire reported at Twin Bridges

The Houston Rural Fire Department responded at about 5:40 p.m. Sunday to a reported truck fire near Twin Bridges.Authorities said the blaze was between the two bridges.


School not interested in Forbes property

“I have had a few community members contact me about the Forbes property. I have heard numbers like $60-65,000. I ran this idea by my board, and they are not interested in pursuing this regardless,” wrote Moss.


FORECAST: Scattered storms today

Jamaal Hittnersaid:I am so glad that local investors decided to keep the golf club the way it is. Me, my dad and some of his go there to relieve some stress and …View moreJoeziah Babbsaid:Whoa there, put the guns away, no need to start waving new regulations and laws around. You could simply ask the


Youth soccer signups announced for Aug. 22-23

The 2018 fall youth soccer signups in Houston are 4-6 p.m. Aug. 22 and 23 at city hall.Cost is $25 for ages 4-5 and $45 for ages 6-13. Signup forms may be dropped off at city hall through Aug. 24.