Missouri News

Lewis County REC gets $12.3 million loan for system improvements

The Lewis County Rural Electric Cooperative has been awarded a $12.3 million federal loan to make a variety of improvements to its electrical system over the next four years.

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Missouri News

Palmyra School District's bus fleet wins excellence award

The Palmyra R-1 School District recently got a pat on the back for the good condition of its school buses. A report at the Palmyra School Board meeting this week indicated the district's bus fleet received the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Total Fleet E

Police & Courts

Perry man seriously injured in crash near Center

A 79-year-old Perry man suffered serious injuries after he reportedly drove a utility task vehicle into the path of another vehicle Wednesday southwest of Center.

Police & Courts

LaBelle man injured after truck runs off roadnear Lewistown

A LaBelle man was taken to Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Ill., for treatment of moderate injuries he suffered in a crash Wednesday night.

Police & Courts

Perry man injured in Ralls County crash

A Perry man suffered moderate injures in a crash Thursday afternoon after the truck he was driving ran off the road.

Quincy News

Holthaus provides insight on JWCC Foundation

The John Wood College Board of Trustees praised the work of the school's foundation at Wednesday night's meeting at the Agricultural Education Center.

Hannibal News

Proposed tax rate set at Hannibal School Board meeting

The Hannibal Board of Education approved the district's proposed tax rate during a short meeting Wednesday.

Quincy homeowner embraces solar energy
Quincy News

Quincy homeowner embraces solar energy

For the last week, Chris Wiewel has been transfixed by the app on her computer that monitors the new solar panels on her garage. Wiewel watches with a keen interest because the energy produced by the panels will translate into real-world savings.

Ameren Illinois demonstration educates on downed power line danger
Quincy News

Ameren Illinois demonstration educates on downed power line danger

After a couple of close calls around the state, Ameren Illinois officials staged a demonstration Wednesday morning of what people should do when nearby power lines come down.