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Democratic ad slams Hawley over allegations against donor
FILE - In a Friday, May 25, 2018 file photo, Missouri Attorney General and Republican U.S. Senate candidate Josh Hawley takes questions from the media after touring the POET Biorefining ethanol plant, in Macon, Mo. A Democratic political action committee is targeting Hawley over allegations of corru
Kirksville Council approves brick band replacements for downtown sidewalks
However, after further discussion, city staffers decided to look into having stamped colored concrete bands instead of bricks.
Letter to the Editor from Clarence Resident and former Educator, Susan McCarty
From the responses I received from the letter I wrote in May, it appears my letter was widely read. This should be good for the newspaper business. So, I hope you will allow me a second letter about redrawing the school district lines so that Clarence students may attend Macon R-I School.
Missouri aims to lower pedestrian injuries and deaths
“To improve pedestrian safety, for one, you need to have the path to get the pedestrian from point A to point B,” said Kirksville City Planner Chayton True.
Head-on crash near Browning injures two
The driver of the car, 20-year-old Taylor Coram of Browning, was taken to Pershing Memorial Hospital in Brookfield with moderate injuries. A passenger in the pickup, 20-year-old Brittany Hollon of Purdin, was taken to Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in Milan with minor injuries. The driver of the
Terra-Gen gearing up for High Prairie Wind Farm open house
There, a variety of topics will be discussed including the construction phase,environmental issuesand the delivery of the equipment.
Emergency crews investigate farm tractor rollover in Taylor, MO
Marion-Lewis 911 Director Mike Hall told KHQA crews arrived around 6:45 p.m., in the 900 block of County Road 315 near Taylor,MO Hall said the initial call included a person was pinned underneath and not breathing. COURTESY: KHQA's Mack Pierce.
First Annual Camp Abilities was held at Camp Jo-Ota in Clarence
The first annual Camp Abilities was held at Camp Jo-Ota in Clarence, Missouri on June 9, 2018, from 8 am to 5 pm. This camp was a day camp for individuals with disabilities ages 5 years old to ?. This is the first camp for individuals with disabilities in the area. We had campers from Columbia, LaGr
Mercury, E. Coli found in Missouri waters
"Mercury can get into the air through things like coal burning power plants and other incineration type activities. And so basically that mercury gets vaporized and goes into the atmosphere," said Robert Voss, Environmental Supervisor with the Missouri DNR's Water Protection program.
Developing brains contribute to risky behavior, psychologist says
"That's why a lot of the time you see kids have emotional outbursts, you see teenagers do impulsive things. They think it's the end of the world if something emotional happens. So that's part of the reason why they do high-risk behaviors, sending pictures, doing things without consequence," Blacksmi
Moberly police searching for missing woman, possible suspect
Lisa Ross, 42, was last seen in a Gold Chrysler passenger car with unknown license plates in the 500 block of South 5th Street, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Special relationship with pet leads to charity event
“ It’s just somebody that is there to listen. Who doesn’t judge you, who’s always excited to see you. Who’s happy that you came home. Who’s just going to love you unconditionally," said event organizer Derick Garr.
Fire ravages Glasgow School of Art building
About 50 crew remained at the scene nearly 12 hours later, working to extinguish "a few pockets of fire," the fire service said.
Kirksville School District buys out Botello's contract
In it, she made it sound as if the change was her decision, saying, "I have decided to go in a different direction and allow the board to choose new leadership for Ray Miller."
Orscheln's new store adding firearms, ammunition, fishing
Orscheln Farm & Home, 5326 Lake Ave., will relocate to a much larger space at 137 N. Belt Highway. The Moberly, Missouri-based company recently purchased the former Heartland Health Business Plaza near Hy-Vee. The new store will be open by the end of the year.
Lawrence police investigating woman's death; her mother says she was visiting man who was previously convicted in kidnapping and beating case
Sabrina Frock drove to Lawrence to see a man she’d met online, leaving her home in Brookfield, Mo., late on a Wednesday night after getting off work.
Minor injuries reported in Knox County crash involving tractor
The Missouri State High Patrol said at 4:24 p.m., a 1965 John Deere 3020 farm tractor driven by Donald M. Easdale, 80, of Hurdland, pulled out of a field entrance on Route O three miles southwest of Hurdland into the path a northbound 2002 Ford Taurus driven by Logan A. Wehner, 27, of Kirksville. Po
Western reflects on humble beginnings
“I had a neighbor boy come over and buy a bottle of pop, and I thought, ‘I’m an entrepreneur,’” Western said.
Kirksville Optimist Club gearing up for annual pancake breakfast
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. —All you can eat pancakes and time spent with friends - that's what one upcoming event in northeast Missouri is promising to offer.Saturday, the Kirksville Optimist Club is hosting its annual breakfast.The event will take place from 7:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. on the west side of the
Report: Missouri ranks one of worst states for teen drivers
In a new report, personal-finance website, Wallethub, ranks Missouri as one of the worst states for teen drivers.