Police & Courts

Juvenile bicyclist injured in Hannibal crash

A Tuesday night crash in Hannibal injured a juvenile riding a bicycle.

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Voters approve funding for Ralls County schools
Elections

Voters approve funding for Ralls County schools

Voters in the Ralls County R-II School District backed two proposals that would fund more than $8 million in improvements for the rural Northeast Missouri District's facilities.

Hannibal News

Hannibal City Council informed of Kiwanis event cancellation

The Hannibal City Council was officially informed during its Tuesday night meeting of the Hannibal Evening Kiwanis' recent decision to cancel this year's Samuel L. Clemens Arts & Crafts and More Festival.

Police & Courts

Quincy man dies in motorcycle crash south of Hannibal

A Quincy, Ill., man died in a Monday afternoon motorcycle crash south of Hannibal.

Police & Courts

Canton woman seriously injured in Ripley County crash

A Canton woman was seriously injured in a Monday morning three-vehicle fatal crash in Ripley County.

Police & Courts

Arrest made in Palmyra shooting

An arrest was made after a shooting Sunday in Palymra. The Palmyra Police Department said officers were called on a report of shots fired about 5 p.m. to the 400 block of West Line.

Hannibal riverfront completion date pushed back again
Hannibal News

Hannibal riverfront completion date pushed back again

The estimated completion date of the Hannibal Riverfront Renovation Project will soon be pushed back again.

Health

Possible COVID exposure reported at Ralls County church

The Ralls County Health Department announced that any churchgoers who attended the May 24 service at Antioch Baptist Church might be at risk of exposure to COVID-19.

Shelby County mother and daughter win look-alike contest
Missouri News

Shelby County mother and daughter win look-alike contest

For years, Katie Wiley has heard how much she and her daughter, Adrien, resembled one another. "We've been told that many times," Katie said. "By family members, friends and strangers."

Your Turn/Kayla Wittler
Your Turn

Your Turn/Kayla Wittler

Kayla Ann Wittler, 27, is from Palmyra, Mo., and has worked at Blessing Health System about six years. She is currently president of the Palmyra Chamber of Commerce. She and her fiance, Trevor Sparrow, will be getting married Oct. 17, 2020.

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