National Tom Sawyer Days expected to draw big crowds to Hannibal
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National Tom Sawyer Days expected to draw big crowds to Hannibal

One of the region's largest and most popular festivals -- National Tom Sawyer Days -- is expected to draw thousands of visitors to America's Hometown over the next two weeks.

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Clydesdales add jolt of excitement to Hannibal's Bicentennial Parade
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Clydesdales add jolt of excitement to Hannibal's Bicentennial Parade

Hannibal's Bicentennial Parade came close to being washed out Saturday morning by threatening weather. At the last moment, however, the raindrops eased up and a tiny window of opportunity opened.

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Bridges near Taylor to get upgrades

Overpass bridges near Taylor will be upgraded soon thanks to legislation that freed up $50 million to pay for work on 45 bridges across Missouri.

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Lineup grows for inaugural Great River Film Festival

More major names have been added to the inaugural Great River Film Festival.

Hannibal School Board unveils $40.07 million balanced budget
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Hannibal School Board unveils $40.07 million balanced budget

The Hannibal School Board on Wednesday unveiled a tentative budget indicating the district is in solid shape financially as it approaches the 2019-20 fiscal year.

Hannibal City Council closes a portion of Martin Street for safety reasons
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Hannibal City Council closes a portion of Martin Street for safety reasons

The Hannibal City Council on Tuesday agreed to close about 100 feet of Martin Street to through traffic for safety reasons.

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Hannibal man arrested on controlled substance distribution charge

A Hannibal man was arrested Tuesday after a large amount of marijuana was discovered in the car he was driving.

Weeklong series of events planned in Hannibal to celebrate Juneteenth
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Weeklong series of events planned in Hannibal to celebrate Juneteenth

Hannibal will mark its 23rd annual Juneteenth Freedom Celebration with a weeklong series of activities.

Hannibal police continue search for woman missing for 10 years
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Hannibal police continue search for woman missing for 10 years

Nearly 10 years have passed since a 21-year-old Hannibal woman exited a local bar, lost her cell phone and vanished into the night. Hannibal police continue to search for clues about what happened to Christina Whittaker.

Hannibal's Bicentennial Parade slated to kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday
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Hannibal's Bicentennial Parade slated to kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday

Hannibal's year-long 200th birthday celebration will shift into high gear next Saturday when the city hosts a festive Bicentennial Parade in the downtown area starting at 11 a.m.

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