New range gives gun owners a chance to hone their tactical shooting skills
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New range gives gun owners a chance to hone their tactical shooting skills

A new gun range opened July 1 in LaGrange. However, as owner Robert Havermale likes to point out: "This isn't a normal gun range."

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Artist crafts stained glass church windows
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Artist crafts stained glass church windows

HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Bonnie Stewart made sure to include some key parts of Ralls County and the natural settings with the Biblical elements in the hand-crafted stained-glass windows she created for the new Antioch Baptist Church building -- reflecting her decad

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Corn projections raise questions for area farmers

PALMYRA, Mo. -- A U.S. Department of Agriculture report on Monday is raising questions for Northeast Missouri farmers who witnessed a year hampered by a cool, damp spring, flooding and trade uncertainty. Marion County Farm Bureau President Joe Kendrick sai

Project converts basketball court to seating area
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Project converts basketball court to seating area

HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A family gathering spurred a backyard home improvement project for a Hannibal woman.
"There just wasn't room for everybody to sit," Janie Monroe said. "Through that weekend I mulled things through my mind and came up with this idea."
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SBA loans available to small businesses affected by recent disasters

The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced that Economic Injury Disaster Loans are now available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and private nonprofit organizations.

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Two Marion County organizations get grants from charitable foundation

Two local not-for-profit organizations received grants Friday from the Marion County Endowment Fund.

Hannibal man faces burglary, tampering charges in Ralls County case
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Hannibal man faces burglary, tampering charges in Ralls County case

The Ralls County Sheriff's Department arrested a Hannibal man in connection with a burglary early Wednesday in rural New London.

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Palmyra R-1 construction projects moving along on schedule

When students in the Palmyra R-1 School District returned to classes Thursday, they might have noticed a variety of construction projects have been completed or were still taking place.

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Two Bowling Green residents arrested after a pursuit

Two Bowling Green men were arrested Wednesday in connection with a Pike County residential burglary and a lengthy pursuit through three counties.

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Hannibal man escapes injury in crash

A Hannibal man escaped injury Thursday night when an inattentive driver struck the back of his truck.

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