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WEEKEND POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELATIONS


Here is a list of postponed or cancelled events in the area this weekend ...Read More

SALISBURY MEN INJURED


A Salisbury man was seriously injured Friday afternoon a mile and a half east of Salisbury on US 24 ...Read More

WINTER WEATHER MOVING IN


A winter weather event is expected to impact the listening area this weekend ...Read More

WALKER FILES HELP FOR SMALL BUSINESS


The Missouri House had a busy week, including legislation that Kirksville State Representative Nate Walker called the "Get Government Off My Back" bill ...Read More

NEW ADMINISTRATOR FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT


The new Administrator of the Randolph County Health Department, Deb Laird, has been involved in public health services both in Missouri and Michigan for over a decade ...Read More

GOVERNOR APPOINTS INTERIM STATE AUDITOR


Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has appointed John Watson as the interim State Auditor ...Read More

WEEKEND POSTPONEMENTS-CANCELLATIONS


Weekend postponements and cancellations 2/28-3/1

The benefit dinner at the Walsworth Community Center in Marceline this Sunday is postponed until Sunday, March 15th ...Read More

CLAYTON PD INVESTIGATING SCHWEICH INCIDENT


Clayton police are investigating the death of Missouri auditor and candidate for governor Tom Schweich as an apparent suicide ...Read More

COOPER COUNTY ACCIDENT INJURES THREE


Three people were injured in a two-vehicle accident in Cooper County Thursday afternoon ...Read More

COLUMBIA MAN INJURED ON 63


A Columbia man was seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident in Boone County Thursday morning ...Read More

NORTON RETURNS TO PRIVATE LAW PRACTICE


Since May of 2002, former Macon and Anabel resident Glenn Norton has served on the Eastern District Missouri Court of Appeals ...Read More

DISASTER AID FOR MISSOURI


The USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service has $1.8-million to address damage to roads, bridges and streams caused by major storms in Missouri...Read More

MISSOURI 2030 PLAN


With assistance from local business groups, the Missouri State Chamber of Commerce has introduced a new, 15 year strategic plan, entitled Missouri 2030; An Agenda to Lead ...Read More

BROOKFIELD COMMUNITY CHEST ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS


Now through March 23rd, the Brookfield Area Community Chest is accepting applications from 501(c) organizations who are seeking funding ...Read More

MOBERLY WOMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO MULTIPLE DRUG CHARGES


A Moberly woman will learn her fate in April after pleading guilty to multiple drug charges ...Read More

RCHD REVIEWING SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY


The Board of Trustees of the Randolph County Health Department is reviewing a proposed policy dealing with "social media" ...Read More

BUCKMAN ON OBESITY


With as much as 40 percent of the state's population overweight, Missouri health officials are looking for ways to reverse the trend toward obesity ...Read More

PUTNAM COUNTY BRIDGE CLOSURE APPROACHES


Motorists through eastern Putnam County will need to plan for a detour over the next ten weeks, as the Missouri Department of Transportation prepares to replace a bridge carrying Highway 136 ...Read More

REMOLE COMMENTS ON SCHWEICH


6th District State Representative Tim Remole is calling for prayers for the family following the death of State Auditor Tom Schweich ...Read More

ASBURY REACTS TO SCHWEICH DEATH


Missouri suffered a loss Thursday with the death of State Auditor Tom Schweich from a self-inflicted gunshot wound ...Read More

HOUSE PRAYER SERVICE FOR SCHWEICH


Following the announcement of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich's death, a prayer service was held in the Missouri House of Representatives just before 2 pm Thursday afternoon ...Read More

MO STATE AUDITOR SCHWEICH DEAD AT 54


State Auditor Tom Schweich has died following a self-inflicted gunshot wound ...Read More

ANDRE COLE EXECUTION SET


The Missouri Supreme Court set the execution date for a convicted killer ...Read More

BOWL FOR A CURE IN MOBERLY


The Randolph County Relay For Life and the I CAN Missouri Foundation will have a Bowl For A Cure fundraiser in March ...Read More

UNITED WAY FUNDING APPLICATIONS


The United Way of Randolph County will begin accepting funding applications March 10th ...Read More

RCHD ADMINISTRATOR VISITS REGIONAL RADIO


The newly appointed Administrator of the Randolph County Health Department, Deb Laird, attended her first Board of Trustees meeting in Moberly Monday night ...Read More

MOBERLY SCHOOLS LONG RANGE PLANNING


The Moberly School District is in the process of compiling the community surveys for its long term facilities plan ...Read More

MGE RATES DROP


Missouri Gas Energy customers will see natural gas rates drop under a filing with the Public Service Commission that takes effect March 1st ...Read More

SUCCESSFUL FARMING RADIO MAGAZINE TURNS 5000


Friday marks a milestone for Darrell Anderson, host of the Successful Farming Radio Magazine, when he hosts his 5,000th episode ...Read More

CLICK IT OR TICKET RESULTS


Captain John Wilt, Commanding Officer of Troop B in Macon released the results of the recent Click It or Ticket campaign ...Read More

OBAMA TRIES TO KILL KEYSTONE


Despite approval from both of Missouri's US senators and other lawmakers, President Barack Obama on Tuesday vetoed legislation that would have approved construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline ...Read More

MONROE CITY NOW SECOND IN KRES SCHOLARS CUP STANDINGS


Last weekend's wintry mix froze much movement in the KRES Scholars Cup ...Read More

SCHAEFER ON DEFENDING GUN RIGHTS AMENDMENT


The state Supreme Court is being told that the gun rights amendment adopted by voters in August had misleading ballot language, and so it should be removed from the state constitution ...Read More

THREE ARRESTED IN MOBERLY


Three people were arrested in Moberly following a report of a laptop being stolen from a Moberly business ...Read More

PALMYRA TROOPER EARNS PROMOTION


A longtime Highway Patrol Trooper in Marion and Ralls Counties, Sergeant Greg Leftwich, has been promoted to Lieutenant effective February 1st and assigned to Troop "C", Weldon Spring ...Read More

MFH AWARDS FUNDS FOR OBESITY INITIATIVE


The Missouri Foundation for Health awarded funds to the Randolph County Caring Community Partnership for development of a series of programs called the Obesity Initiative ...Read More

KIRKSVILLE CANDIDATE FORUM


A candidate forum has been scheduled in Kirksville ...Read More

MOBERLY YOUTH COUNCIL


The city of Moberly is beginning an effort to get youth more involved in the community ...Read More

SPECTATORS WELCOME TO SCHOLAR BOWL CONTESTS


Much like other activities and sports contests, spectators are welcome to take in scholar bowl matches around the area ...Read More

STATEWIDE TORNADO DRILL


In conjunction with Severe Weather Awareness Week, Missouri will conduct a Statewide Tornado Drill next week ...Read More

MACC CORPORATE COLLEGE OFF TO GOOD START


A program that began in September through the Entrepreneurship and Business Development Center at MACC is gaining rapid popularity ...Read More

ACA WORKSHOP IN SHELBINA


University Extension and Shelby County Economic Development will cosponsor an Affordable Care Act workshop for small businesses this coming Thursday afternoon at one ...Read More

SALISBURY GETS BUS MONEY FROM EPA


The Salisbury School District will buy three new buses this summer, thanks to a $60,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency ...Read More

MUNZLINGER TALKS MDC MEETINGS


The Missouri Department of Conservation has announced a series of public meetings dealing with proposed changes in the state's deer hunting regulations for this year ...Read More

FREED NAMED VICE CHAIR FOR MO GOP


A Moberly resident has been named as the Vice-Chair of the Missouri Republican Party ...Read More

MARION COUNTY TRANSMISSION LINE


Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking a certificate of convenience and necessity to build, operate and maintain a 345,000-volt electric transmission line in Marion County, and switching station near Palmyra ...Read More

PEACE CORPS RECOGNIZES TRUMAN STATE


The Peace Corps has listed Truman State University on its annual list of top schools ...Read More

MACON NUISANCE ABATEMENT BIDS SOUGHT


The city of Macon is seeking bids for nuisance abatement services during the spring and summer ...Read More

MO CAN MEET EPA GOALS FOR CARBON REDUCTION


A new report finds Missouri can meet its carbon reduction goals proposed by the EPA without compromising grid reliability ...Read More
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