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MOBERLY MAN INJURED IN MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT


A Moberly man was seriously injured in a single-vehicle accident Sunday night ...Read More

GAP REMAINS IN CONSUMER AG CONFIDENCE


A majority of American consumers say they know the importance farmers play in feeding the world, but farmers aren't feeling the love ...Read More

MOBERLY NATIVE REFLECTS ON HIS TIME IN LIBERIA


Liberia has close historical ties to the United States, and even though the small west African country's population loves American culture, they have their own ways of recreation ...Read More

MAMTEK PLEA HEARING


A plea hearing will be held Tuesday at 1:30pm in St ...Read More

MOBERLY HIRES CONSULTANT


The Moberly City Council has approved a contract with Molly McGovern Consultants that will tap into her expertise in writing and submitting block grant applications ...Read More

RANDOLPH CO HEALTH DEPARTMENT CHAIR GETS A VOTE


The Randolph County Health Department Board of Trustees recently changed the voting responsibilities of the Board Chairman, according to Administrator Ross McKinstry ...Read More

CONGRESSMAN LUETEKMEYER ON FARM BILL


There are sections of the recently completed Federal Farm Bill that Congressman Blaine Luetekmeyer supports, such as expansion of the crop insurance program ...Read More

CREDI HAS BIG PLANS FOR CENTRALIA COMMERCE


CREDI is the Centralia Regional Economic Development organization and it is working to bring businesses and industry into the community, as well as supporting expansion of Hubbell Power Systems ...Read More

MOBERLY MAN INJURED IN MARION COUNTY ATV ACCIDENT


A Moberly man sustained moderate injuries in an ATV accident in Marion County ...Read More

MOBERLY PEDIATRICIAN ADVOCATES BREASTFEEDING


Moberly Pediatrician Dr Cassidy Leonard-Scott is a strong advocate for breastfeeding, especially in the first 6-months of a baby's life ...Read More

BORN LEARNING TRAIL COMING TO ROTHWELL PARK


Children begin learning at birth, and Rothwell Park will soon be home to the Born Learning Trail; a trail designed for children from birth through age 5 ...Read More

MACON COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER CORPS


The Macon County Health Department is sponsoring their Community Volunteer Corps, and people wanting to join the organization can contact Cindy Malloy at the office in Macon ...Read More

MISSOURI NOW BANNING PENSION ADVANCES


House Bill 1217 became law and is now in effect to protect retirees in Missouri from predatory pension advances ...Read More

MARK TWAIN LAKE ROAD WORK


Visitors to Mark Twain Lake will encounter road work, on the Clarence Cannon Dam, beginning Monday, September 8 ...Read More

DRUG BUST FRIDAY IN MOBERLY


A Moberly man was among three arrested when law enforcement conducted an early morning drug raid at a house in the city ...Read More

MODOT MOVES ON


Even with the failure of a proposed sales tax to fund transportation needs in the state, the Missouri Department of Transportation remains focused on safety ...Read More

SOYBEAN SUDDEN DEATH SYNDROME


The University of Missouri Extension is advising farmers to scout their soybean fields for Sudden Death Syndrome ...Read More

ELLIS-RIGHT TO FARM RECOUNT


The Randolph County Clerk's Office, along with the other county clerks and election officials in Missouri, will conduct a recount of the ballots cast in August both for-and-against the so-called Right to Farm Constitutional Amendment ...Read More

KEHOE VETO SESSION


The Missouri General Assembly has a record number of vetoes that the Governor issued which will be consider during the Veto Session, starting September 10th ...Read More

TAX RATE MEXICO


The property tax levy for the city of Mexico will show a slight increase ...Read More

COLUMBIA MAN ADMITS TO FULTON MURDER


The Callaway County Sheriff's Office says a 27-year-old former Columbia man has admitted shooting six-year-old Dane William Hathman to death near Fulton ...Read More

ASHLAND TEEN INJURED IN BOONE COUNTY


An Ashland teen suffered moderate injuries in an accident in Boone County about ten last night ...Read More

FERGUSON LAWSUIT


A federal lawsuit alleges Ferguson and St. Louis County Police used excessive force and falsely arrested innocent bystanders during demonstrations, rioting and looting after the fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown...Read More

HIGHER ED FUNDING


The way the state of Missouri funds higher education is changing ...Read More

SENIOR QUEEN CONTEST IN GREEN CASTLE


Women aged 50 and over can compete for a crown this weekend at the Green Castle Community Labor Day Celebration ...Read More

CANTON RESIDENT INJURED IN CRASH


A Canton resident was injured in a two-vehicle accident in Marion County late Thursday afternoon ...Read More

AUDRAIN AMBULANCE DISTRICT RIBBON CUTTING


With over 15,000 square-feet of a new base to show off, the Audrain Ambulance District held an open house and ribbon cutting in Mexico ...Read More

ORAL ARGUMENTS SCHEDULED IN MARTINSBURG CAFO CASE


The Missouri Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in a case brought against a swine farm in eastern Audrain County ...Read More

PENSION ADVANCES


House Bill 1217 is now in effect ...Read More

KCPL FUEL INCREASE


Residential customers of Kansas City Power and Light's Greater Missouri Operations Company will see a change in their monthly fuel adjustment charge starting Monday ...Read More

VA HEALTH CARE TOWN HALL PLANNED


The Harry S. Truman Veterans Hospital in Columbia will host a Town Hall event for veterans and their families...Read More

FIVE BUSTED FOR SELLING METH


Boone County Sheriff's Deputies have arrested five Columbia residents after finding methamphetamine at a campground by the Missouri River ...Read More

MPSC TO HOLD HEARINGS FOR AMEREN CASE


The Missouri Public Service Commission is scheduled to hold formal hearings in an electric rate case filed in July by Ameren Missouri ...Read More

GREAT PERSHING BALLOON DERBY


The 38th Great Pershing Balloon Derby starts today in Brookfield ...Read More

NAMES IN MACON ARRESTS RELEASED


Thirteen people were arrested Wednesday morning in both Macon and Randolph Counties ...Read More

MAN ARRESTED IN DEATH OF FULTON BOY


A Columbia man suspected of murdering a six-year-old Fulton boy overnight was arrested in Sedalia this morning ...ReadMore

"MAX"ING OUT AT FARM PROGRESS SHOW


Visitors continue to take in the latest advancements in farm technology as the Farm Progress Show enters its final day today (Thursday) in Boone, Iowa ...Read More

CONKLIN TO RETIRE ON LABOR DAY


Lieutenant Sid Conklin, the assistant director of the Division of Drug and Crime Control for the Missouri State Highway Patrol, will be retiring effective September first ...Read More

ANOTHER IRS SCAM


Moberly Police report another attempted phone scam in the area which appears to target elderly citizens ...Read More

RANDOLPH COUNTY CLERK TALKS RIGHT TO FARM RECOUNT


Since the Missouri Constitutional Amendment calling for the "Right to Farm" was approved in August by less than 1% of the vote, state law calls for a recount ...Read More

MOBERLY ENROLLMENT OUTLOOK


The Moberly Schools are still getting together the final enrollment numbers for this school year ...Read More

NOVINGER LABOR DAY CELEBRATION


For nearly four decades, Novinger has held an annual labor day celebration, and this year looks to be as big as ever ...Read More

GLASGOW INCREASES PROPERTY TAX RATE


The City of Glasgow has increased its tax rate for the coming fiscal year ...Read More

NEW BROOKFIELD ORDINANCES


The Brookfield City Council approved several ordinances at it's most recent meeting, including the new property tax rate for the city ...Read More

RECORD ENROLLMENT AT CMU


Central Methodist University in Fayette set record enrollment numbers for the fall semester ...Read More
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