Hannibal man enters plea, sentenced in January shooting
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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.

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Kahoka woman faces charges after theft of tractor
Police & Courts

Kahoka woman faces charges after theft of tractor

A tractor that was reported stolen Dec. 11 was recovered on Feb. 12 by the Clark County Sheriff's Department. Kelsey R. Yates, 27, of Kahoka, has been arrested on charges of felony theft and possession of meth.

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Clopton High advances in 'WGEM Academic Challenge'

The Clopton High School Quiz bowl team advanced to the semifinal round of the "WGEM Academic Challenge" quiz bowl tournament after a 235-165 win over Scotland County High School Saturday.

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Bethel woman injured in crash near Shelbyville

A 27-year-old Bethel woman was taken by private vehicle to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries she suffered in a crash Monday 1 mile north of Shelbyville.

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Canton man one of three injured in Adair County crash

A Canton man was one of three people who suffered sever injuries in a two-vehicle crash Saturday that police attributed to icy road conditions.

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Two injured in Sunday crash north of New London

Two people were taken by ambulance to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in a two-vehicle crash early Sunday morning north of New London.

Auto shop owners oppose legislation to eliminate vehicle inspections
Missouri News

Auto shop owners oppose legislation to eliminate vehicle inspections

Many automotive shop owners in Northeast Missouri say they don't see any merit in a lawmaker's proposal to eliminate mandatory vehicle inspections in Missouri.

Agriculture

Fence law program planned Feb. 21 in Kahoka

University of Missouri Extension will offer a program on the state's fence laws on Thursday, Feb. 21, at six locations, including one in Clark County.

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.

Agriculture

Webinar series focuses on woodland management

A free series of four live webinars on basic woodland management will be offered in 16 Missouri counties, including Marion, beginning Thursday, Feb. 21.

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