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Canton officials consider building sidewalk from college to shopping center

The city of Canton is considering building a sidewalk from the Culver-Stockton College campus to the shopping center near the U.S. 61 interchange.

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Marion commission approves slightly higher property tax for 2018

The Marion County Commission on Monday approved a 2018 property tax rate that's slightly higher than last year's rate.

Clark County woman arrested on warrant that includes rape charge
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Clark County woman arrested on warrant that includes rape charge

A Wyaconda, Mo., woman was arrested Monday in Iowa on a Clark County warrant for several charges including rape.

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Male body found near Mississippi in Missouri

A body was found Tuesday night by the Mississippi River near Alexandria, Mo. The Herald-Whig's news-gathering partners at WGEM reported that the body was discovered by a boater.

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Edina man dies in off-road vehicle crash

An Edina man was pronounced dead at the scene of an off-road vehicle crash that partially ejected him from the vehicle.

Two Clark County historic sites to be focus of public meeting Thursday
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Two Clark County historic sites to be focus of public meeting Thursday

The Battle of Athens State Historic Site and the Iliniwek Village State Historic Site will be the focus of a public meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday.

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Two seriously injured in crash near St. Clement

Two Curryville residents were seriously injured in a Sunday afternoon crash in Pike County.

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St. Charles County crash injures Bowling Green man

A two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon in St. Charles County injured a Bowling Green man.

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Louisiana woman injured in Pike County crash

A Louisiana woman was injured in a Saturday afternoon crash in Pike County.

New podcast shines light on Hannibal's history, quirks and characters
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New podcast shines light on Hannibal's history, quirks and characters

Two local residents with a deep affection for Hannibal are making their feelings about the town known through a new podcast, the "Rivertown Review."

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