The Palmyra City Council agreed Thursday to ask voters to increase the local sales tax by a half-cent in the April 3, 2018, municipal election.
Steve Spurrier spoke at the 76th annual HLGU Booster Banquet on Thursday. He also coached HLGU President Anthony Allen at Duke for three years in the late 1980s, and the two have kept in touch in the years since.
Law enforcement officials are investigating a fight that led to gunfire Thursday night in Hannibal.
The Paris FFA chapter has been named the 2017 National Premier Chapter in the Growing Leaders Division.
A new group for those affected by suicide is forming in Northeast Missouri this month. Enlightenment Suicide Awareness Survivors' Group will hold meetings at 6:30 p.m. every Thursday beginning Nov. 30 in the LaGrange Community Youth Center.
Frank Di Tillo is a big believer in the positives. That belief is part of the reason why he is retiring as executive director of the United Way of the Mark Twain Area this year.
The Palmyra R-1 School District is getting back its school resource officer. The School Board found out in August that the school resource officer program was being temporarily suspended because of a lack of manpower at the Palmyra Police Department.
The Hannibal Parks and Recreation Department is raising money to renovate the 1960s-era World War I and World War II memorial in Central Park. It is becoming difficult to read the 5,000-plus names of Hannibalians who served in the wars.