Hannibal School Board changes high school's graduation date to May 23
Education

Hannibal School Board changes high school's graduation date to May 23

Hannibal High School seniors must change an important date on their calendars, because the School Board decided Wednesday to push back graduation by one week to Thursday, May 23.

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Hannibal City Council's search continues for new city manager
Local Government

Hannibal City Council's search continues for new city manager

It's been two months since Hannibal City Manager Jeff LaGarce said he will be stepping down March 15 and returning to St. Louis, but the city hasn't started interviewing candidates for his replacement. That could change before long.

Hannibal man enters plea, sentenced in January shooting
Police & Courts

Hannibal man enters plea, sentenced in January shooting

A Hannibal man was sentenced Tuesday to 15 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to charges in a Jan. 4 shooting in Hannibal.

Cook-off crowd celebrates good chili weather
Hannibal News

Cook-off crowd celebrates good chili weather

Saturday was a good day for chili aficionados at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center. About a thousand people swarmed the 36th annual chili cook-off, many were dressed in super hero attire.

'Operation: Feed the Furballs' benefits NEMO Humane Society
Missouri News

'Operation: Feed the Furballs' benefits NEMO Humane Society

The Northeast Missouri Humane Society is benefiting once again from "Operation: Feed the Furballs."

Hannibal wins 'Creative Community Award' from Missouri Arts Council
Hannibal News

Hannibal wins 'Creative Community Award' from Missouri Arts Council

Hannibal has been named the 2019 winner of the Missouri Arts Council's "Creative Community Award."

United Way of Mark Twain Area honoring four in Evening of Philanthropy on March 9
Hannibal News

United Way of Mark Twain Area honoring four in Evening of Philanthropy on March 9

Next month the United Way of the Mark Twain Area will honor five people from the community who exemplify the agency mission of empowering individuals to achieve their potential through education, financial stability and healthy lives.

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Hannibal Free Public Library to offer program on black history Feb. 19

The Hannibal Free Public Library will offer a program on "Black History Through the Youthful Eyes of Puppetry" at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19.

Bicentennial Committee country music star Chris Janson to Hannibal
Missouri News

Bicentennial Committee country music star Chris Janson to Hannibal

Hannibal's Bicentennial Committee has announced that Chris Janson, an award-winning country music singer and songwriter, will perform May 11 in Hannibal.

Winning bid for Hannibal water treatment facility is $2 million below expectations
Hannibal News

Winning bid for Hannibal water treatment facility is $2 million below expectations

The Hannibal City Council learned Tuesday that the winning bid for a new water treatment facility came in $2 million below expectations.

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