Shelbina man named to Marketeers Hall of Fame
Agriculture

Shelbina man named to Marketeers Hall of Fame

Tim Lackey laughingly described the honor as more longevity than accomplishment. The Shelbina, Mo., man recently was named to the Hall of Fame by the Livestock Marketeers.

Missouri bill would require college students to pass civics test
Education

Missouri bill would require college students to pass civics test

Do you know how many U.S. senators there are, amendments in the Constitution, or who is in charge of the executive branch? Those are the types of questions higher education students would be required to answer in order to graduate if a Missouri lawmaker's

Classes teach women how to maintain, preserve old homes
Hannibal News

Classes teach women how to maintain, preserve old homes

Ever since Joan Lindley of Oklahoma City lost her husband in 2016, she has lived in the couple's 1920s-era home by herself. The building needs maintenance and repair, so when Lindley saw that a historic preservation class was being offered, she signed up.

Missouri News

Memphis man injured in Scotland County crash

A Memphis motorist was injured in a one-car crash at 10:25 a.m. Saturday in Scotland County.

Missouri News

Bethel man facing multiple charges after traffic stop

A Bethel man was arrested Friday on multiple felony counts after a traffic stop in Marion County.

Iowa hog caller wins Hannibal's 35th annual chili cookoff
Missouri News

Iowa hog caller wins Hannibal's 35th annual chili cookoff

Iowa hog calling champion wins Hannibal's chili cook-off competition.

Palmyra's Gardner House museum offers glimpse into city's past
Missouri News

Palmyra's Gardner House museum offers glimpse into city's past

Palmyra's historic Gardner House doubles as a local museum and a tourist information center.

Mark Twain Lake Rodeo ends after 31 years, scholarship established with leftover money
Missouri News

Mark Twain Lake Rodeo ends after 31 years, scholarship established with leftover money

Barbara and Dennis Nobis had discussed for years shutting down the Mark Twain Lake Rodeo, but Barbara was always hesitant to do so. "I told Denny that I'd know when I was ready," she said. During the close of the 2017 rodeo, with tears in her eyes, Nobis

New $3,000 award offered to MACC students who transfer to MU
Hannibal News

New $3,000 award offered to MACC students who transfer to MU

The University of Missouri has announced a new cost-saving incentive for transfer students from Moberly Area Community College, which has a location at 190 Shinn Lane in Hannibal.

Quincy News

North Shelby advances in WGEM Academic Challenge Quiz Bowl

North Shelby High School advanced to the semifinal round of the WGEM Academic Challenge Quiz Bowl Tournament with a 255-200 win over Quincy Notre Dame High School on Saturday, Feb. 10.

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