Eli Mittermeyer's Eagle Scout project has planted a seed in the minds of the residents at Sunset Home.
The Quincy Humane Society accepted a delivery of 10 dogs Wednesday at its facility at 1701 N. 36th. The dogs' arrival was the second leg of a program to move dogs from areas with an overpopulation to areas where they can be adopted out.
A Williamstown woman was injured in a Wednesday night crash in Clark County.
It took a 90-minute meeting and some rejected motions Thursday before Quincy's Aeronautics Committee recommended Boutique Air as the city's next commuter airline. Mayor Kyle Moore will send that recommendation to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
A 26-year-old Pittsfield man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol early Thursday after he allegedly ran over another Pittsfield man.
The Hannibal Board of Public Works held a news conference in its Industrial Loop office Thursday to explain in detail why it filed a lawsuit this week regarding Proposition 1, which require removal of ammonia from BPW's water treatment process.
The late Greg McVeigh of Kahoka, a longtime area grocer, will be inducted Saturday into the Missouri Grocers Association's Hall of Fame. McVeigh, who died in October at age 65, and his wife, Barb, opened Mac's Super Saver in 1982 in Kahoka.
MoDOT will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, July 25, at the agency's district office in Hannibal to outline plans to resurface U.S. 61 (McMaster's Avenue) from Mo. 168 all the way south to Warren Barrett Drive.
Jeremy Thomas, his son Jonathan and nephew Joseph, joined by Pike County Farm Bureau Executive Director Blake Roderick, delivered at least 100 dozen ears of homegrown corn to the food pantry at St. Matthew United Methodist Church.