McCaughey septuplets get ready to turn 21 on Monday
Missouri News

McCaughey septuplets get ready to turn 21 on Monday

The McCaughey septuplets of Des Moines, Iowa, will turn 21 on Monday. Five of the seven attend college at Hannibal-LaGrange University.

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High-speed internet expanding into rural areas
Illinois News

High-speed internet expanding into rural areas

When smart devices go online at St. Clement School the download speeds slow to a crawl. "It's never fast enough," said principal Laurie Schuckenbrock. "If there are just one or two of us using our smart boards, it's not too bad."

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Palmyra School Board hears from 3 companies interested in building track

The Palmyra R-1 School Board this week moved a step closer to nailing down some of the details for a series of construction projects that would be carried out if voters approve a $3.5 million bond issue next April.

Hannibal News

Hannibal's tourism director receives national award at Nevada conference

Gail Bryant, director of the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau, received a national award at the Marketing Outlook Forum's national conference in Nevada.

Illinois News

Community Foundation closes 20th anniversary with county endowment fund growth, opportunity

QUINCY -- The Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri celebrated 21 years of giving, growing and granting Thursday night at its annual Friends of Philanthropy event.

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Icy roads blamed for crash that injures LaGrange man

The man was taken to Truman VA Hospital in Columbia with minor injuries.

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Moscow Mills man injured in Pike County crash

The man was taken to Mercy Hospital St. Louis with moderate injuries.

Missouri News

Ewing selling 26.44 acres of unneeded land just outside city limits

The city of Ewing is selling 26.44 acres of unneeded land just outside the city limits.

United Way to honor local philanthropists at new event in March
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United Way to honor local philanthropists at new event in March

The United Way of the Mark Twain Area used National Philanthropy Day on Thursday to announce a new initiative aimed at honoring local philanthropists.

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Sex offender compliance check results in no arrests

A sex offender compliance check Wednesday in Marion County resulted in no arrests.

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