Police & Courts

Teen accused of terrorist threat against Paris R-II School District

The Monroe County Sheriff's Department has arrested a teen and charged him with making a terrorist threat against the Paris R-II School District.

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Hannibal woman makes, sells Santas to raise money for Toys for Tots
Hannibal News

Hannibal woman makes, sells Santas to raise money for Toys for Tots

Pamela Neff knows what it's like to not have any gifts for Christmas. Growing up with four siblings, she can remember just one year when they had presents under the tree. This year, she is making and selling Santas to raise money for Toys.

Missouri News

Paris becomes third NEMO community to qualify as Tree City USA

Paris became Northeast Missouri's third community to meet all four standards in becoming a certified Tree City USA on Thursday.

Education

Clark R-1 School Board awards $3.86 million contract for new building

The Clark County R-1 School Board has approved a $3.86 million contract for construction of the Indian Pride Learning Center. The contract was awarded last week to Whiston Construction of Kahoka, one of five contractors bidding for the project.

Police & Courts

Quincy motorist suffers minor injuries in 2-vehicle Missouri crash

One person suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle crash at 2:55 p.m. Thursday in Marion County.

Four arrested on drug charges, three children removed from home
Police & Courts

Four arrested on drug charges, three children removed from home

Four Hannibal residents were arrested Tuesday after a search warrant was served in the 1300 block of Ely as the result of a methamphetamine distribution investigation conducted by the Hannibal Police Department's Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad.

Education

More Hannibal School District staff members participating in wellness program

Hannibal School District staff aren't ones to put their feet up and relax outside school. The district recently has seen an increase in the number of participants taking part in its monthly wellness program.

Education

Palmyra School Board reports on retreat/work session

The Palmyra School Board reported Wednesday on its annual retreat and work session. The board also reviewed the results of a strategic planning process that began in October, along with some survey data that was collected at the time.

End-of-year donations to Kids in Motion will help fund 2018 program
Hannibal News

End-of-year donations to Kids in Motion will help fund 2018 program

Kids in Motion asks that if people are making end-of-year donations, please consider gifting to the Douglass Community Services program.

Police & Courts

Death of Clark County judge's son investigated as homicide

Authorities are investigating a man's death at an east Columbia rental home as a homicide. The Columbia Daily Tribune reported that police identified the victim Tuesday as 28-year-old Augustus Roberts, formerly of Clark County.

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