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WRESTLING CLUB TREASURER ARRESTED


Centralia Police have arrested the treasurer of a sports club, accusing her of stealing funds from the club ...Read More

BEVIER LOVE'S COMING ALONG


Officials with Love's Travel Center say its new location along Highway 36 in Bevier should be open in late spring or early summer ...Read More

MCCULLOCH ADDRESSES LAW STUDENTS


St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch addressed the student chapter of the Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys at the MU School of Law in Columbia on Tuesday evening...Read More

CANDIDATES TURN OUT FOR LWV FORUM


A crowd filled the Moberly City Hall on Tuesday night for the local election segment of the Randolph County League of Women Voters Candidate's Forum ...Read More

SENATOR McCASKILL IN MACON


Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill brought her statewide listening tour to Macon on Tuesday, hosting a town hall discussion with 40 people at the Lakeside Towers ...Read More

ABSENTEE VOTING DEADLINE LOOMS


Randolph County Clerk Will Ellis reminds residents that Wednesday is the last day to request an absentee ballot be mailed to you ...Read More

SALISBURY FIRE COULD SOON RESPOND TO GRAIN BINS EMERGENCIES


The Salisbury City Council is considering recommended expansion of the fire department's responsibilities, which would include grain bin emergencies ...Read More

RECORD CATFISH CAUGHT IN SALINE COUNTY


Monsters live in the Missouri River, or at least monstrous fish...Read More

BOONE COUNTY MAN SENTENCED


A Columbia man has been sentenced to five years in prison for his possession of child pornography ...Read More

LIBRARY MONTH IN APRIL


April is Library Month around the country, and Little Dixie Regional Libraries will be celebrating ...Read More

MCCASKILL HOSTING SENIOR LISTENING SESSIONS


U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill will be hosting several senior listening sessions across the state to hear from seniors on issues they face...Read More

SALISBURY SUPERINTENDENT NAMED MSPRA ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR


The Missouri School Public Relations Association has selected Salisbury School Superintendent Todd Willhite as its 2015 Administrator of the Year ...Read More

SPENCE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES


Jefferson City Police say they are going to treat the apparent suicide of the spokesperson for the late Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich the same way they would any other ...Read More

NEW CAMBRIA MAN INJURED IN HIGHWAY 36 ACCIDENT


A New Cambria man was injured in a two-vehicle accident in Macon County late Monday morning ...Read More

PLANTING PAYOFF RETURNS


The Planting Payoff has returned to Regional Radio for a second year ...Read More

CANDIDATES FOR EASTERN DISTRICT JUDGE


The Appellate Judicial Commission has released information on the candidates for the vacant Eastern District Missouri Court of Appeals position ...Read More

CENTRALIA CHAMBER AND AWARDS


The Centralia Chamber Dinner is the evening of April 23rd at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, with a social hour at 5:30 and dinner at 6:15 ...Read More

NO MORE TRASH BASH


Missourians are asked to help do a little spring cleaning outdoors and participate in the state's annual No More Trash Bash during the month of April ...Read More

MOBERLY SCHOOLS SCREENING DATES


The Moberly School District has announced the kindergarten screening dates for the 2015-2016 school year ...Read More

SENATE BILL WOULD UTILIZE HEMP MEASURES IN FARM BILL


The 2014 federal Farm Bill authorizes the development of pilot projects around what's called industrial hemp ...Read More

MO SENATE WORKING THROUGH STATE BUDGET


Warrensburg State Senator David Pearce serves on the Appropriations Committee ...Read More

AUDRAIN COUNTY CONCEALED CARRY CLASS


The Audrain County Sheriff's Department will be hosting a concealed carry weapons training class in April ...Read More

PARENTS AS TEACHERS


Parents as Teachers helps parents work with their children to assist them in the earliest stages of learning ...Read More

WESTERN GOVERNORS SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE


Students who have enrolled in Western Governors University can now apply for a $2,000 scholarship ...Read More

BLACKWATER RAIL CROSSING WORK


Crews with the Missouri Department of Transportation and Union Pacific Railroad will close the rail crossing at Route K outside Blackwater beginning Wednesday morning ...Read More

MISSING HENRY CO TEEN FOUND SAFE IN NEW MEXICO


The 13-year-old Montrose teen that went missing Sunday morning has been found safe in New Mexico...Read More

POLICE CONTINUE INVESTIGATION INTO JACKSON DEATH


The Jefferson City Police Department has confirmed it is investigating the apparent suicide of 44-year-old Spence Jackson ...Read More

BROOKFIELD SCHOLARS CLAIM CLARENCE CANNON THREE-PEAT


Brookfield's scholar bowl team capped a perfect 11-0 run through the Clarence Cannon Conference by winning Saturday's tournament at South Shelby ...Read More

LEGISLATIVE SESSION RESUMES


Missouri lawmakers return to the Capitol today for the second half of the legislative session ...Read More

TWO MEXICO RESIDENTS INJURED IN GASCONADE COUNTY ACCIDENT


Two Mexico residents were injured in a three-vehicle accident in Gasconade County on Sunday morning ...Read More

MEXICO TODDLER INJURED IN ACCIDENT


A Mexico toddler was seriously injured in a single vehicle accident Sunday afternoon in Montgomery County ...Read More

MULTIPLE INJURIES IN BOONE COUNTY ACCIDENT


Two Wardsville residents were injured in a two-vehicle accident in Boone County on Sunday afternoon ...Read More

BAYSE ON PARSON PACHYDERM VISIT


Rocheport Republican Chuck Basye was among the lawmakers in attendance at last week's Randolph Area Pachyderm Club meeting in Moberly, featuring remarks from Senator Mike Parson of Bolivar ...Read More

PRISON REFORM BILLS UNDER CONSIDERATION


Missouri lawmakers are considering several bills this year to reform the state's prisons ...Read More

JONATHAN BRANDMEIER SHOW DEBUTS ON KWIX


A brand new talk show comes to syndicated radio and KWIX is on the ground floor of the affiliate base ...Read More

OVER 1500 STUDENTS IN MACON WEDNESDAY FOR AG CONTEST


The streets of Macon will be busier than usual Wednesday, when over 1,500 students make their way to the career center for the northeast district ag contest ...Read More

MARCELINE TOWN HALL


Marceline residents are invited to a town hall meeting Tuesday evening at six to discuss the upcoming April bond issue election ...Read More

RCHD WIC RECEIVES HIGH MARKS


The Women, Infants and Children Program, sponsored and administered by the Randolph County Health Department, received excellent marks at its most recent inspection ...Read More

CITY OF FAYETTE EXAMINING ROAD OPTIONS


Summer is the traditional time for cities and other local governments to make extensive improvements to their street systems ...Read More

MOBERLY POLICE ARREST THREE ON FELONY SHOPLIFTING CHARGES


Three Romanian nationals were arrested in Moberly after police say they had stolen baby formula from several Walmarts in Missouri ...Read More

CULVERT WORK SOUTH OF BEVIER THIS WEEK


Crews with the Missouri Department of Transportation will be busy in the next few days, replacing culverts under three highways south of Bevier ...Read More

SKILLS TRAINING TO HELP SNAP RECIPIENTS GET JOBS


The USDA has awarded $200 million for skills training to help Supplemental Nutrition and Assistance Program participants find jobs and work toward self-sufficiency ...Read More

US BANK OFFERING SCHOLARSHIPS


US Bank is offering the Financial Genius Scholarship to current and prospective college students ...Read More

DEER DEDUCTIBLE BILL IN SENATE COMMITTEE


A senator from the Kansas City area has filed a bill that would require the Missouri Department of Conservation pay the automobile insurance deductible for any private vehicle that hits a deer ...Read More

SLIGHT INCREASE FOR HIGHER ED FUNDING PROPOSED


The General Fund budget that the Missouri House has sent to the Senate amounts to around $26.1 million ...Read More

VIETNAM VETERANS DAY MONDAY


Monday is set aside in Missouri as Vietnam Veterans Day ...Read More

CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT PREDICTS GOOD TURKEY SEASON


The Missouri Department of Conservation predicts a good turkey season for Missouri hunters ...Read More

FARM BILL PROGRAM SIGNUP DEADLINE EXTENDED


Farmers still trying to determine which Farm Bill coverage program to select will receive another week to decide ...Read More

WELLNESS FAIR BEFORE SHANNON MILLER PROGRAM


The Women's Wellness Program April 21st will feature Olympic Gymnast Shannon Miller ...Read More

HELPING MOPPET THE SERVICE DOG


A Holiday Missouri boy's service dog needs your help ...Read More

REMOLE GRILLS THE EPA PROPANE GRILL STUDY


An area State Representative is crying foul due to a study by the University of California funded by the Environmental Protection Agency on how to reduce emissions from propane BBQ grills ...Read More

WATER LINE INSURANCE LEGITIMATE BUT NOT ENDORSED


Moberly Police Chief Russ Tarr says his department has received several calls about a letter from a company claiming to sell insurance covering repairs to a property's water line ...Read More

MEXICO CITY LEADER CONCERNED ABOUT ROAD FUNDING


With diminished transportation fuel tax revenues, the Missouri Department of Transportation has been forced to cut back on road-and-bridge maintenance ...Read More
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