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GROUP CLAIMS BETTER ALTERNATIVE TO SALES TAX FOR ROADS


Missourians will decide a week from tomorrow if they'll pay more sales taxes to keep money flowing into state roads and bridges ...Read More

MACON BOARD TO ADDRESS RACIAL ABUSE COMMENTS


The Macon School Board plans to discuss concerns about how racist comments made during the school day are handled ...Read More

COLUMBIA MAN ARRESTED ON ASSAULT AND WEAPON CHARGES


A Columbia man was arrested for allegedly pointing his shotgun at ATV riders Sunday night ...Read More

HUNTSVILLE TEEN INJURED IN ATV ACCIDENT


A Huntsville teen was injured in an ATV accident Sunday evening ...Read More

NEW FACES FITTING IN AT LA PLATA SCHOOL


August 20th is the day that students will return to classes at La Plata Schools ...Read More

HIP RESURFACING


Hip replacement surgery is one of the most successful procedures in medicine, but often younger and more active patients don't return to activities that, at one time, were most important to them ...Read More

MONROE CITY SUMMER UPDATE


The Monroe City area continues to attract businesses and construction activity at the same time ...Read More

ARROW ROCK TO HOST SPECIAL PROGRAM


Friends of Arrow Rock will be hosting a program August 2nd dealing with the history, and accomplishments, of the African-American residents in this area ...Read More

McKINSTRY TALKS CHILI BILL


It's called the "Chili Bill" ...Read More

BRANSON TRIP TO INCLUDE BALDKNOBBERS


Those taking our trip to Branson, in August, will get to experience an original ...Read More

NORTH SHELBY IMPROVEMENTS


An improved playground will greet North Shelby elementary students when the school year begins ...Read More

CENTRALIA SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS


Some students in Centralia will have an easier walk to school this year ...Read More

FARM BUREAU WANTS EPA PROPOSAL DITCHED


The Missouri Farm Bureau wants the Environmental Protection Agency to "ditch" its proposed Waters of the United States rule ...Read More

MOBERLY SCHOOLS LONG RANGE PLANNING


The firm that helped design the renovations to Moberly High School will now help the district come up with a long-range facility plan ...Read More

MONROE CITY SEWER WORK


The City-Wide Sewer Project is just about ready to start construction in Monroe City; Mayor Neal Minor reports bids on the project have been let ...Read More

PAVEMENT REPAIRS RANDOLPH 24


Weather permitting, MoDOT crews will be repairing sections of concrete on Highway 24 in Randolph County ...Read More

CANNING YOUR BOUNTY SAFELY


With the mild summer in the area, local gardens are sure to be producing a bountiful harvest of fruits and vegetables ...Read More

AREA CEMETERY TO BE PRESERVED


An important piece of property near Arrow Rock will receive special status on August 2nd ...Read More

4th STREET THEATER HOSTING MOVIE NIGHT


You're invited to a Night at the Movies the evening of August 14th at the newly-renovated 4th Street Theater in downtown Moberly ...Read More

GLASGOW SCHOOLS EYE NOVEMBER ELECTION ISSUE


This school year, Glasgow patrons will likely get to vote on a tax rate increase ...Read More

FAYETTE RECONSTRUCTION


Students and teachers in the Fayette Schools will see quite a few changes when they return next month ...Read More

MACON TRANSITIONING CLASS BACK TO CAMPUS


A classroom for students needing an alternate learning environment will move onto the Macon R-I School campus ...Read More

EXECUTION DATE SET


On Thursday, the Missouri Supreme Court scheduled what would be the 8th execution of a death row inmate this year ...Read More

JURY TRIAL SCHEDULED FOR 1997 SHOOTING


A jury trial has been scheduled for a man accused of shooting a Moberly businessman more than 16 years ago ...Read More

PSC TO DENY NORANDA


The Missouri Public Service Commission indicates its going to deny a request from Ameren Missouri's largest customer for a $50-million rate decrease ...Read More

URGENT CALL FOR BLOOD AND PLATELET DONATIONS


The American Red Cross is facing a looming blood shortage ...Read More

KOSTER SAYS EDITORIAL WRITERS MOCKING FARMER CONCERNS


Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says several editorial writers at the state's two largest newspapers are mocking the concerns of rural Missourians who support the proposed Right to Farm amendment ...Read More

ROANOKE BAND CONCERT ON SATURDAY


Roanoke, Missouri is a small town, but the population will grow Saturday evening with the annual Roanoke Band Concert and ice cream and cake social ...Read More

LOTTERY AUDIT REVEALS DROP IN EDUCATION FUNDING


Governor Jay Nixon wants a review of the Missouri Lottery ...Read More

AG DIRECTOR AMONG SPEAKERS AT GREENLEY FIELD DAY


The University of Missouri's agriculture research centers are planning for their annual field days set for August and September ...Read More

RANDOLPH CO HEALTH DEPARTMENT TEX LEVY HEARING SET


The Randolph County Health Department Board of Trustees set the tax levy hearing for August 25th at 5pm in the Health Department office in Moberly ...Read More

NEW HOME IN CLARK TO HELP MOTHERS BATTLING ADDICTION


A home outside Clark will soon be the site of a home where mothers can get long-term help battling substance abuse ...Read More

RACING FOR A CAUSE SATURDAY AT RCR


You have the opportunity to help support the fight against cancer, and have a good time doing it, this weekend at Randolph County Raceway ...Read More

OVER FIFTY DOGS RESCUED IN THE PAST WEEK


The Missouri Humane Society has worked with state and local officials to rescue more than 50 dogs in two separate incidents in the past week ...Read More

MO CHILD WELFARE STUDY


An annual survey of the welfare of Missouri's children shows Missouri is not a place where all of the children are above average ...Read More

STATE EQUINE COMPETITIONS BEGIN


The Missouri State Fair officially opens two weeks from Thursday, but competitions are getting underway now ...Read More

EYE EXAMS REQUIRED FOR NEW MISSOURI STUDENTS


One of the requirements for students entering school in Missouri for the first time is an initial eyesight exam ...Read More

SCHUYLER SHERIFF QUITS AMID COURT CASE


The sheriff accused of taking inmates out of his jail is resigning ...Read More

FAIR A SUCCESS FOR SHELBY COUNTY


One of the examples of a vital and active Shelby County is the annual fair; this year's event was completed last week, and Economic Development Director Troy Renner says it was a big success ...Read More
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