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CHECKING IN WITH THE BEEF CHECKOFF ON AG INSIGHT


Beth Outz, Director of Communications and Education at the Missouri Beef Industry Council, told us where checkoff dollars are going in events happening in October on Ag Insight ...Read More

INCIDENTS OUTSIDE EDWARD JONES DOME


Saint Louis Police arrested two women, and say two other people were injured, after Rams fans and Ferguson protesters clashed outside the Edward Jones Dome after the game yesterday afternoon ...Read More

NORTH SHELBY SCHOOLS TALKING BUDGET


The North Shelby School District is now operating under the new budget, which was approved at last week's meeting ...Read More

COLLEGE APPLICATION WEEK


Moberly High School is celebrating College Application Week this week ...Read More

GROW FEST THIS THURSDAY


Another edition of Grow Fest will be held Thursday evening at the Moberly Municipal Auditorium for people thinking about starting a new business or expanding an existing business ...Read More

MOBERLY CITY COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY


The Moberly City Council will hold a public hearing Monday evening for real property within the city's Enhanced Enterprise Zone ...Read More

BLUNT ON TRAVELING WITH EBOLA


US Senator Roy Blunt is among several members of Congress calling for tighter restrictions of travel from West Africa to the United States ...Read More

FERGUSON OFFICER CLAIMS STRUGGLE


Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson says he struggled with teenager Michael Brown in his police SUV before fatally shooting him ...Read More

KIRKSVILLE MAN INJURED IN SHELBY COUNTY MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT


A Kirksville man was injured in a motorcycle accident in Shelby County Sunday afternoon ...Read More

KC SOUTHERN REVENUES UP IN THIRD QUARTER


Kansas City Southern, which operates a railroad line through a number of central Missouri locations, including Slater, Glasgow, Higbee, Centralia and Mexico, beat expectations for its 3rd quarter revenue with the help of more grain and automobile shipments ...Read More

KHAJA TALKS EFFECTS OF COUMADIN


For years, a drug called "Coumadin" has been used to prevent new blood clots, and keep existing clots from getting worse ...Read More

APEX PLASTICS EXPANDING


Since 1970, Apex Plastics in Brookfield has been one of the leaders in blown plastic molding manufacturing ...Read More

NEMO SENIOR EXPO THIS TUESDAY


A resource program for area seniors will be presented Tuesday in Kirksville ...Read More

LOVES GROUNDBREAKING MONDAY IN BEVIER


The public is invited to the groundbreaking Monday morning at the site of the new Love's Travel Center, on Highway 36 at Bevier ...Read More

AMEREN RATE HEARINGS SCHEDULED


The Missouri Public Service Commission has scheduled a number of local public hearings in January to receive testimony on the electric rate case filed by Ameren Missouri ...Read More

NEW PARKING LOT FOR HALLSVILLE CITY HALL


The city of Hallsville plans to put a new parking lot in at city hall next year ...Read More

CLIMATOLOGIST SAYS WINTER COULD BE MILD


Had this week's rainstorm made its way through the region in winter, the National Weather Service says it could have produced as much as two feet of snow ...Read More

DEALING WITH LYMPHEDEMIA AFTER MASTECTOMY


A mastectomy to treat breast cancer can be a traumatic experience; however, for some women, the surgery can lead to a condition called lymphedemia, which is a swelling around the arm and shoulder area ...Read More

PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES IN MACON


Parent-Teacher Conferences are set for Monday and Tuesday in Macon ...Read More

STATE LAWMAKER URGING PASSAGE OF AMENDMENT 2


A Missouri lawmaker is urging Missourians to pass Constitutional Amendment 2 ...Read More

BOONVILLE SCHOOLS ALTERNATIVE ENERGY


The Boonville School Board this week approved starting the state's first alternative energy studies program at the Boonslick Technical Education Center starting next fall ...Read More

BOONVILLE POLICE WARNING OF NEW SCAM ATTEMPT


Boonville Police say they're the latest to receive a complaint about a scam artist claiming to be an IRS collection agent ...Read More

MOBERLY DOCTOR TALKS EBOLA VIRUS


The possible spread of the Ebola virus from west Africa to other parts of the world, including the United States, has received a great deal of attention ...Read More

NORTH SHELBY SCHOOLS LOOKING AHEAD


With a light agenda Wednesday night, the North Shelby School Board spent most of the evening talking about the future ...Read More

NOMO MOTORCYCLE TESTING IN QUEEN CITY


Highway Patrol Troop B Commanding Officer Captain James Wilt has announced that until further notice, all motorcycle skills tests will be suspended at the Queen City Driver Examination Testing Facility at the Queen City City Hall ...Read More

MACC EDUCATION CLUB HOSTING SYMPOSIUM


The MACC Education Club will host an informational meeting on Amendment 3 Tuesday from 5:30 to 7:00 p ...Read More

REDUCING BREAST CANCER RISK


Breast cancer awareness means more than just sporting a pink ribbon; it means knowing what the risk factors are and taking steps to reduce those within one's control ...Read More

GLASGOW PREPARES FOR LEVY INCREASE MEASURE


Patrons of the Glasgow School District will weigh in on a proposed 75-cent increase in the property tax levy when they go to the polls next month ...Read More

FAYETTE SCHOOLS TO RECLAIM SCHOOL BELL


The Fayette school is about to receive a piece of school history ...Read More

SOUTH SHELBY MEETINGS


The South Shelby School District has announced the dates of community meetings to present facility upgrades to district residents ...Read More

GLASGOW SENDING TWO REPRESENTATIVES TO WATER CONFERENCE


The Glasgow Board of Aldermen gathered for a short meeting this week ...Read More

MILAN COUPLE INJURED IN ACCIDENT


A Milan couple was injured in a two-vehicle accident in Sullivan County on Wednesday afternoon ...Read More

AUDRAIN COUNTY TEEN CHARGED AS AN ADULT


An Audrain County teenager will stand trial as an adult for child pornography charges ...Read More

WATER PATROL TRAINING REVIEW


After two days of testimony, the chair of a Missouri House committee says it is clear that training for water patrol troopers needs to be returned to former levels ...Read More

HOWARD COUNTY ACCIDENT INJURES ONE


A Wooldridge man was injured in a single vehicle accident in Howard County Tuesday evening ...Read More

EASTERN RANDCO FIRE DEPT SEEKS PUBLIC FUNDING


Voters in eastern Randolph County will have the opportunity to decide if the Eastern Randolph Rural Fire Department should receive public funding on the upcoming ballot ...Read More

MACC MECHATRONICS GRANT


Moberly Area Community College will get about $346,000 to help expand its mechatronics program beyond the Columbia campus ...Read More

CLAIM PROGRAM ASSISTS WITH OPEN ENROLLMENT


The open enrollment period for people enrolled in the Medicare Part "D" Prescription Drug plan is now underway ...ReadMore

RANDOLPH AREA YMCA TO OPEN 24 HOURS


The Randolph Area YMCA in Moberly will soon be open 24 hours a day for some members ...Read More

HARRISBURG SCHOOLS FINALIZING IMPROVEMENTS


Several upgrades in the Harrisburg school district are closing in on completion ...Read More

MARK TWAIN QUAIL FOREVER BANQUET THIS WEEKEND


The Mark Twain chapter of Quail Forever is hosting its annual banquet and auction fundraiser on Saturday in Madison ...Read More

MISSOURI COUPLE'S FLORIDA HOME BUILT ON WRONG LOT


A couple from Missouri had their dream home built in Florida, but it was constructed on the wrong lot ...Read More

NCBA ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL ASHLEY MCDONALD ON AG INSIGHT


The EPA has extended the comment period on its proposed Waters of the US rule ...Read More
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