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  • Hannibal officer involved in shooting in historic downtown

    Hannibal officer involved in shooting in historic downtown

    Sunday, January 25 2015 3:26 AM EST2015-01-25 08:26:29 GMT
     Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis said in a press release early Sunday morning that one man, a passenger in a vehicle involved in the incident, suffered a gunshot wound about 9:15 p.m. Davis said the man was conscious and that his injuries were not life-threatening. Hannibal police are not releasing the names of anyone involved in the incident, including the officer who fired the shot.
     Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis said in a press release early Sunday morning that one man, a passenger in a vehicle involved in the incident, suffered a gunshot wound about 9:15 p.m. Davis said the man was conscious and that his injuries were not life-threatening. Hannibal police are not releasing the names of anyone involved in the incident, including the officer who fired the shot.

  • Unique new office shows off Michelmann Steel's 150-year history

    Unique new office shows off Michelmann Steel's 150-year history

    Sunday, January 25 2015 1:02 AM EST2015-01-25 06:02:34 GMT
    Customers stepping into the newly remodeled sales office of Michelmann Steel, 137 N. Second, immediately see evidence of the company's purpose and its 150-year history.
    Customers stepping into the newly remodeled sales office of Michelmann Steel, 137 N. Second, immediately see evidence of the company's purpose and its 150-year history.
  • Palmyra Police Department preparing to leave cramped space behind City Hall for new 3,100-square-foot facility

    Palmyra Police Department preparing to leave cramped space behind City Hall for new 3,100-square-foot facility

    Sunday, January 25 2015 3:28 AM EST2015-01-25 08:28:49 GMT
    The Palmyra Police Department will soon take another step toward gaining much-needed breathing room.

    Construction on a new standalone police station off New and North Main streets should begin in the coming weeks, depending on weather conditions. Completing the 3,100-square-foot facility will allow the department to move from cramped quarters behind Palmyra City Hall to a space that better serves its privacy and safety needs.
    The Palmyra Police Department will soon take another step toward gaining much-needed breathing room.

    Construction on a new standalone police station off New and North Main streets should begin in the coming weeks, depending on weather conditions. Completing the 3,100-square-foot facility will allow the department to move from cramped quarters behind Palmyra City Hall to a space that better serves its privacy and safety needs.
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