Paris youth's 'giving spirit' inspires new project aimed at feeding the needy
Missouri News

Paris youth's 'giving spirit' inspires new project aimed at feeding the needy

The United Way of the Mark Twain Area is launching a program that encourages 4-H and FFA youths to help feed the needy.

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Hannibal News

Hannibal Free Public Library receives $2,200 state grant

The Hannibal Free Public Library has been awarded a $2,200 grant through Missouri's "Spotlight on Literacy" program.

Police & Courts

Prescription take-back program to be offered at five locations next week

A prescription take-back program will be offered at five different locations next week in Northeast Missouri.

Hannibal man indicted in Texan's restaurant death
Police & Courts

Hannibal man indicted in Texan's restaurant death

A Hannibal man charged in the death of a Texas man at a Hannibal restaurant has been indicted on one count of involuntary manslaughter.

Police & Courts

Palmyra woman injured in St. Charles County crash

A Palmyra woman was injured in a Friday afternoon crash in St. Charles County.

Local Government

Canton prepares to move ahead with City Hall renovation

Canton officials are nearly ready to begin making some major renovations to City Hall.

Hannibal School Board to decide in May whether to give raises next year
Education

Hannibal School Board to decide in May whether to give raises next year

The Hannibal School Board will decide next month whether to give raises to the school district's employees.

Agriculture

New ag census continues trend of shrinking number of farms but larger operations

Adams County Farm Bureau Manager Shawn Valter sees some of the same trends in industries nationwide mirrored in agriculture.

Marker cites Pike County couple for historic efforts
Missouri News

Marker cites Pike County couple for historic efforts

A Pike County couple from the 1800s, who made significant national contributions will be honored as part of a new historical marker in St. Louis on Thursday. The "Long Roads to Freedom" memorial, will recognize John Brooks Henderson and Mary Henderson.

Elections

Cox wins contested Middle Ward seat in LaGrange elections

In the only contested race in Tuesday's elections in LaGrange, incumbent Middle Ward council member Edward Cox won re-election with a 23 to 15 victory over Timothy "Tim" Rossiter.

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