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KIRKSVILLE SCHOOLS CONTINUE WIFI NETWORK EXPANSION


Computers at Kirksville Schools will soon be able to connect to the internet through wireless networks at each school ...Read More

MARCELINE MANAGER SEARCH UPDATE


The search for a new Marceline City Manager continues ...Read More

RED CROSS THANKS BLOOD DONORS


Every blood drive is important, whether it's in a big city or a small community ...Read More

COMMISSIONERS WANT INPUT ON HUNTSVILLE COURTHOUSE FUTURE


The preliminary work on the new, 4.7-million dollar Randolph County Administration Building is already underway toward a ribbon cutting in two years ...Read More

RODEO TO RETURN TO STEAK FESTIVAL


The Salisbury Steak Festival will see the return of a long lost event this year ...Read More

KIRKSVILLE SENIOR EARNS PRUDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP


Samantha Caraway, a senior at Kirksville High School, has received the Prudential Spirit of Community Award ...Read More

COLUMBIA AREA BRIDGE MAINTENANCE


MoDOT plans to reduce several area bridges down to one lane of traffic starting Monday to rehabilitate bridge decks ...Read More

MUNZLINGER WANTS CHECKOFF UPDATE


The Senate Agriculture Committee was busy this past week working on a bill that would modify the state's commodity checkoff programs ...Read More

MOBERLY CHASE-POWER OUTAGE


A Moberly subdivision lost power for several hours, after a police chase ...Read More

MOBERLY JURY FINDS NOVELTY MAN NOT GUILTY


A Moberly jury has found a Knox County man NOT guilty of second-degree murder and armed criminal action ...Read More

HOUSE BILL ON AG-TECH COURSE CREDIT


The Senate is reviewing a House Bill that would increase the importance of agriculture and technical courses to graduation credit ...Read More

NEW KEYTESVILLE PRINCIPAL


The Keytesville Schools have found their next prinicpal ...Read More

SPEAKER JONES-CRIMINAL CODE


Both the State Senate and the House of Representatives have perfected their respective versions of the proposed changes to Missouri's Criminal Code ...Read More

TROOPERS WATCHING PROM AND GRADUATION CELEBRATIONS


Law enforcement around the state will actively enforce Missouri's zero-tolerance law against minors possessing or consuming alcohol during prom and graduation season ...Read More

MOBERLY SCHOOLS HOST FIRST RESPONDERS


The knife attack in a Pennsylvania school by a student earlier this week left 22 people injured, four seriously ...Read More

MU SPRING BLOOD DRIVE A SUCCESS


Thousands of patients could potentially benefit from the University of Missouri Spring Blood Drive ...Read More

LINCOLN DAY DINNER COMING


The Randolph County Republican Central Committee will be hosting its annual Lincoln Day Dinner next week in Moberly ...Read More

PEARCE-COMMON CORE


The Missouri Senate Education Committee continues to work on bills limiting Common Core next week ...Read More

INDEPENDENT FIRM RELEASES RESULTS OF MU INVESTIGATION


Dowd Bennett, the independent firm hired by the University of Missouri to investigate the University's handling of the alleged sexual assault and eventual suicide of former student-athlete Sasha Menu Courey, released its findings Friday ...Read More
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