Hannibal planning to seal bicentennial time capsule on Oct. 26
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Hannibal planning to seal bicentennial time capsule on Oct. 26

As Hannibal Bicentennial Committee members make preparations to seal a time capsule at an Oct. 26 ceremony and then stash it away for the next 50 years, they have already made one key decision.

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Hannibal schools seek EPA school bus grant

HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced last week the availability of about $10 million in rebates for public school bus fleet owners to help them replace older buses. The Hannibal School District is among the local districts se

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HLGU to launch gospel training for inmates

Prison inmates from across Missouri will soon have the opportunity to receive gospel training from Hannibal-LaGrange University.

St. Louis men arrested in connection with Hannibal burglary
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St. Louis men arrested in connection with Hannibal burglary

Two St. Louis men have been arrested in connection to a burglary Sunday in Hannibal.

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Hannibal woman dies in crash north of Center

A Hannibal, Mo., woman died in a Friday morning crash north of Center.

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Hannibal man injured in St. Charles County crash

A Hannibal, Mo., man was injured in a three-vehicle crash Thursday in St. Charles County.

Arrests made in motorcycle theft investigation
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Arrests made in motorcycle theft investigation

Officers with the Hannibal Police Department think they have broken up a motorcycle theft ring.

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Change order lowers cost of riverfront renovation

HANNIBAL, MO. -- Typically when a contractor submits a change order the entity responsible for the project winds up paying more. On Tuesday night the Hannibal City Council approved a change order from Bleigh Construction that actually lowers the net cost o

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Hannibal leases airport office space to congressman's staff member

HANNIBAL, MO. -- The city of Hannibal is leasing office space to a member of U.S. Congressman Sam Graves' staff. A 15-month lease agreement was approved during Tuesday night's meeting of the city council. Andy Dorian, the city's director of central service

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Marion County Commission ponders safety changes for Veterans Road

The Marion County Commission is considering action to improve safety along Veterans Road west of Hannibal.

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