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  • Investigation continues into cause of two fires at former St. Elizabeth's Hospital

    Investigation continues into cause of two fires at former St. Elizabeth's Hospital

    Saturday, November 29 2014 12:50 AM EST2014-11-29 05:50:36 GMT
    Firemen exit the former St. Elizabeth's Hospital building in Hannibal on Friday | H-W Photo/Steve BohnstedtFiremen exit the former St. Elizabeth's Hospital building in Hannibal on Friday | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt
    The investigation continues into the cause of two fires Friday morning in the former St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Hannibal Assistant Fire Chief Shawn Hamilton said the department was dispatched to the former hospital, 109 Virginia, around 11 a.m., and flames could be seen through a window when firefighters arrived at the scene.
    The investigation continues into the cause of two fires Friday morning in the former St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Hannibal Assistant Fire Chief Shawn Hamilton said the department was dispatched to the former hospital, 109 Virginia, around 11 a.m., and flames could be seen through a window when firefighters arrived at the scene.
  • Bikes for Tikes program gets rolling in third year

    Bikes for Tikes program gets rolling in third year

    Saturday, November 29 2014 12:52 AM EST2014-11-29 05:52:49 GMT
    Bikes for Tikes is underway for the third year at Shottenkirk Chevrolet and Shottenkirk Kia of Quincy. More than 350 bicycles were repaired, recycled and distributed during the campaign's first two years to area families in need through the Salvation Army's Toy Town campaign.
    Bikes for Tikes is underway for the third year at Shottenkirk Chevrolet and Shottenkirk Kia of Quincy. More than 350 bicycles were repaired, recycled and distributed during the campaign's first two years to area families in need through the Salvation Army's Toy Town campaign.

  • Mother recovering from abusive relationship seeks happy Christmas for kids

    Mother recovering from abusive relationship seeks happy Christmas for kids

    Saturday, November 29 2014 12:46 AM EST2014-11-29 05:46:18 GMT
    Sally is a hard-working single mother trying to do the best she can for her three children, but her efforts to make a happy home were thrown off track by a situation she couldn't control. As a result, the family's prospects for a merry Christmas began to appear rather bleak.
    Sally is a hard-working single mother trying to do the best she can for her three children, but her efforts to make a happy home were thrown off track by a situation she couldn't control. As a result, the family's prospects for a merry Christmas began to appear rather bleak.

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