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WILSON CONFIDENT - MAY BE RESIGNING


A police union official says Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson seems confident he wont be indicted by a St ...ReadMore

MACON SCHOOLS REVIEWING BOND SURVEY RESULTS


With almost 1,300 survey results in their hands, administrators and board members at Macon Schools will now begin crafting a bond proposal they believe voters will support in April ...Read More

LITERACY COUNCIL TO COLLECT BOOKS


New and gently used books are being collected by the Randolph County Literacy Council ...Read More

CENTRALIA HOSTING LARGER SCHOLAR BOWL TOURNAMENT


Scholar Bowl teams from 14 high schools will compete in Centralia's Autumn Academic Tournament on Saturday ...Read More

PARIS MAN KILLED IN ATV ACCIDENT


A Paris man was killed in a UTV accident in Monroe County Thursday morning ...Read More

ONLINE TOOLS TO GAUGE FARM BILL BENEFITS


The new Farm Bill includes multiple programs aimed at supporting farms of all sizes, but like most programs crafted by Washington, the best options might not be clear-cut ...Read More

AUDRAIN COUNTY TEEN TO BE SENTENCED


An Audrain County teenager that was certified to stand trial as an adult for child pornography charges has pled guilty ...Read More

KIRKSVILLE COUNCIL OPPOSING PROPOSED AMEREN LINE


The Kirksville City Council has signed a letter opposing a proposed transmission line through Northeast Missouri ...Read More

GLASGOW SCHOOLS SET BOARD FILING DATES


The Glasgow School Board approved the board candidate filing dates for the April election ...Read More

MACON SHOP LOCAL


The Macon County Economic Development and Macon Chamber of Commerce are again encouraging people to shop locally ...Read More

RECYCLE YOUR XMAS LIGHTS WITH ICAN


Frustrated that your Christmas lights from last year don't work this year? Don't throw them away, take them to Randolph County Sheltered Industries ...Read More

BUFFALO BURIED-BUSHOVER ON THE SNOW


We have problems when six to eight inches of snow fall ...Read More

MAN ROBS ANOTHER AFTER CLAIMING TO BE LAW ENFORCEMENT


Boone County Sheriff's Deputies are looking for a man who's claiming to be law enforcement ...Read More

COLUMBIA FUNERAL HOME FIRE AN ARSON


Investigators with the Columbia Fire and Police Departments have determined that the Sunday morning fire at Bach Yager Funeral Home was intentionally set ...Read More

MOBERLY SCHOOLS RECEIVE WORK GRANT


The Moberly Schools are getting about $35,000 in a collaborative work grant from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education ...Read More

FULTON STATE HOSPITAL BONDS ISSUED


The state of Missouri has issued $92-million in bonds to help fund the rebuilding of the Fulton State Hospital ...ReadMore

MACC VS CITY FOOD FIGHT SUCCESSFUL


Moberly Area Community College and the City of Moberly battled it out in October, all for a good cause ...Read More

HANNIBAL DRIVERS EXAMS NO MORE FOR NOW


It was announced by Troop B commanding officer Capt. James Wilt, that the exam station in Hannibal will be closed until further notice...Read More

ANOTHER RCHD EMPLOYEE TO RETIRE


Another longtime employee of the Randolph County Health Department, Janet Murray, announced that she will be cutting back her schedule, beginning December 15th ...Read More

CAREGIVERS IN MISSOURI


They are unsung heroes: over 800,000 Missourians who do "double duty," caring for aging or ill parents, spouses, or loved ones ...Read More

MARCELINE SCHOOLS MAKE CHANGES TO BUILDING PROJECT


The Marceline school district is in the midst of a building project that was approved by voters in the spring ...Read More

SALISBURY CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR


Salisbury will have its fifth annual Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair this Saturday at the Knights of Columbus Hall ...Read More

LEON TAYLOR EXECUTED


A man convicted of killing a gas station attendant in front of the worker's stepchild has been put to death ...Read More

CENTRALIA HIRES POWER CONTRACT CONSULTANT


Centralia has joined several other Missouri communities in hiring a consultant to examine long-term wholesale power contracts ...Read More

INDEPENDENCE MAN INJURED IN CALLAWAY COUNTY


An Independence man was injured in a single vehicle accident in Callaway County early Tuesday morning ...Read More

MHS FUNDRAISERS HELP ICAN


Two fundraisers by students at Moberly High School have assisted ICAN with plans to build a sensory room for people diagnosed with autism ...Read More

MACON BEGINS ACQUISITION OF MEMORIAL PARK


Macon's city council is one step closer to owning a park that will again serve as a war memorial ...Read More

CHRISTMAS IN NOVINGER


Thanksgiving is still over a week away, but people in Novinger are already preparing for Christmas ...Read More

WINTER WEATHER HEALTH EFFECTS


Winter weather means houses that heat with forced air are extremely dry and arid inside ...Read More

WINTER WX AWARENESS DAY IS TODAY


The National Weather Service, along with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, the State Emergency Management Agency, and emergency directors across the state, have named today as Winter Weather Awareness Day ...Read More

MOBERLY FIRE TRUCK UPDATE


Moberly Fire Chief Robert Creed is closely watching the progress toward completion of the city's new fire truck ...Read More

JEFF CITY SPATS ALREADY STARTING


The next round of state lawmaking doesn't start for about two months ...Read More

WORK BASED LEARNING INITIATIVE ROUNDTABLE IN MOBERLY


The Moberly school district is seeking to partner with area businesses to improve education in the Magic City ...Read More

SALVATION ARMY ACCEPTING TOY APPLICATIONS


The Moberly office of the Salvation Army is accepting applications from area families who need help giving their children a Merry Christmas ...Read More

BIDS SOUGHT FOR MACON COUNTY SCHOOL PROJECTS


Two projects on the Macon County R-IV campus will go out to bid this week, following action by the Board of Education ...Read More

MOBERLY COUNCIL APPROVES GRANT APPLICATION


The Moberly City Council last night authorized the fire department to apply for a federal grant to replace some needed equipment ...Read More

MONROE CITY MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT


A Monroe City man was injured just west of there yesterday afternoon when a pickup backed up and pinned him against another vehicle ...Read More

TRACTOR ACCIDENT INJURES KIRKSVILLE WOMAN


A Kirksville woman was seriously injured in an tractor accident in Macon County Monday afternoon ...Read More

NEW LONDON MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT


A New London man died in a one-vehicle accident in Ralls County Monday afternoon ...Read More

PRIDDY ON KWIX


The News Director of the MissouriNet, Bob Priddy, will be Brad's guest on KWIXLand, This Morning the morning of December 2nd ...Read More

MOBERLY MOTORS SPONSORING SWEET EVENT


In an effort to give back to the community, Moberly Motors is sponsoring one sweet event ...Read More

BUCKLIN SCHOOL FACILITY PROJECTS


The Bucklin School Board is in the process of considering bids for facility improvement projects ...Read More

DRUG TRACKING PROGRAM IN MO SUCCESSFUL


Tracking software used by Missouri pharmacies and retailers is making an impact in the fight against meth ...Read More

MACC STUDENT ART


A new exhibit of student art has opened at the Evelyn E. Jorgenson Fine Arts Gallery at Moberly Area Community College ...Read More

HALLSVILLE GETS A DEAL ON MOWING


It will only cost the city of Hallsville one dollar to have its park mowed next year ...Read More

MFA OIL HIRES NEW SENIOR VP OF RETAIL


MFA Oil Company has hired a new senior vice president of retail ...Read More

SOUTH SHELBY WANTS TO HEAR FROM BOTH CONFERENCES


The South Shelby School Board tabled a vote last week on moving from the Clarence Cannon Conference to the Lewis and Clark ...Read More

ENLIST DUO CLEARS REGULATORY HURDLES


The race to market continues for products designed to counter the growing threat of glyphosate-resistant weeds ...ReadMore

DEER HARVEST ON THE RISE


The early numbers are in, and they say Missouri hunters were busy on the opening weekend of deer season ...Read More

OPERATION GAME THIEF NEEDS YOUR HELP


Hunting outside the rules and regulations of Missouri's laws is a serious crime, and potentially very dangerous ...Read More

GET READY FOR WINTER WEATHER


With the recent cold snap, the National Weather Service has set Wednesday as Winter Weather Awareness Day ...Read More

TRUMAN 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

LEARN ABOUT THE NEW HEALTH INSURANCE OPTIONS


The second enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace is now underway, and if you are still confused about how the Affordable Care Act affects you, help is available ...Read More

KNOWING YOUR RIGHTS THANKS TO YOUR PHONE


If you don't know your rights, you won't know if they're being violated ...Read More

BROADCAST LEGEND TO KEYNOTE GOVERNOR'S AG CONFERENCE


A longtime voice in farm broadcasting will keynote the 45th Missouri Governor's Conference on Agriculture, December 18th through 20th at the Tan-Tar-A resort in Osage Beach ...Read More

MOBERLY ER DIRECTOR SAYS SPEED IS CRITICAL


"The Quicker--The Better", that's the advice from the Director of Moberly Regional Medical Center's Emergency Department ...Read More

SHELBY COUNTY PLANNING FOR 2015


Winter is here, but the Shelby County Economic Development Office is planning for events that will take place in 2015 ...Read More

MEXICO COMPLETES PROPERTY SALE


Over the years, many smaller-and-medium sized communities inherit individual pieces of property which are then offered for sale ...Read More
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