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First Walk to End Alzheimer's in Hannibal has raised $15k

More than $15,000 has been raised by the Hannibal-area community for Alzheimer's care, support and research ahead of the Walk to End Alzheimer's Saturday in Hannibal.

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Annual Hannibal event celebrates diversity

The fourth annual Diversity Days will be held Friday and Saturday in downtown Hannibal. What started as an LGBTQ event now caters to a more diverse population.

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Second annual Taste of Twain offers samplings of wine, beer and food

The second annual Taste of Twain Wine, Food and Beer Festival returns 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Mark Twain Boyhood Home grounds.

Advertisements of old Hannibal businesses add artwork downtown, help celebrate bicentennial
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Advertisements of old Hannibal businesses add artwork downtown, help celebrate bicentennial

Visitors to downtown Hannibal might notice a new piece of artwork on the side of La Azotea Lounge at 323 N. Main St. Painted on the building is a bear standing against a barrel.

Jessica Kearns named Miss Hannibal
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Jessica Kearns named Miss Hannibal

Hannibal crowned new royalty Saturday night in the Miss Hannibal and Miss Mark Twain scholarship programs.

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Mississippi River tops flood level, heads higher

Flood projections by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers call for the Mississippi River to approach moderate flood levels Sunday in both Quincy and Hannibal, Mo.

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BPW asks residents to take survey

The Hannibal Board of Public Works' Stormwater Department is seeking input. Hannibal residents are asked to complete a public outreach survey, which will be used to help the department determine what information residents are interested in.

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Rib and Wing Fest will benefit Hannibal Free Clinic

The Hannibal Free Clinic's annual Rib and Wing Fest will be held noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Mark Twain Cave picnic area. Food will be prepared by local award-winning barbecue teams.

Restored plaques unveiled at Central Park memorial
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Restored plaques unveiled at Central Park memorial

World War II veteran Danny Griffen had no trouble seeing his name on the Central Park war memorial in Hannibal. He's thought to be the only living veteran listed on the memorial.

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Gov. Parson addresses why drug court, STEM education important to discuss in special session next week

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson visited Hannibal on Tuesday to explain why he is holding a special session next week.