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COMMUNITY HEALTH SYSTEM SECURITY BREACH


Community Health Systems, the company that owns Moberly Regional Medical Center and Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville announced that its computer systems have fallen prey to a data breach ...Read More

FERGUSON: DAY 10


Two men were shot late Monday night and early Tuesday in Ferguson, according to police ...Read More

FATAL ACCIDENTS IN BOONE AND COOPER COUNTIES


A deadly day on I-70 yesterday, as two people were killed in accidents on the eastbound lanes in Boone and Cooper Counties ...Read More

MURRAY PLEADS GUILTY


The second man accused in last summer's murder of Tre'Veon Marshall in Columbia's McKee Park has pled guilty to first degree assault ...Read More

JUDGE SAYS COLE COMMITED FRAUD


A federal judge has ruled that Bruce Cole committed fraud to get $1.3-million in bond funds for the failed Mamtek plant...Read More

HUNGER RUNS DEEP IN MISSOURI


A new study by Feeding America and the Missouri Food Bank Association shows an alarming number of Missourians struggle with hunger ...Read More

GAF PUBLIC HEARING


A public hearing was conducted by the Moberly City Council Moday night dealing with the Industrial Development Plan for the GAF project and one person appeared to offer testimony ...Read More

CENTRALIA GARDEN CLUB


Wednesday, the public has the opportunity to learn more about the Master Naturalist Program ...Read More

TASTE OF MISSOURI RETURNS TO MOBERLY


The Leisure Living Taste of Missouri wine stroll will return to the streets of downtown Moberly this weekend ...Read More

CONCRETE PATCHING NEAR MONROE CITY


Weather permitting, MoDOT crews will be patching concrete on Highway 36 near Monroe City this week ...Read More

RANDOLPH COUNTY AMBULANCE TAX LEVY HEARING


The Randolph County Ambulance District Board of Directors will hold a tax levy hearing tonight ...Read More

BEST OF THE BEST DEMO DERBY


Missouri's Best of the Best Demolition Derby will be held this Friday and Saturday, at the Macon County Park ...Read More

CATTLEMEN DAYS RODEO RETURNS TO ASHLAND


The 38th edition of the Cattlemen Days Rodeo will take place this Friday and Saturday in Ashland ...Read More

FERGUSON OFFERS LESSONS ON MEDIA AND CITIZEN FREEDOMS


Tensions continue to run high in Ferguson following last week's clashes in which protesters and journalists were assaulted, arrested, and targeted with tear gas, and experts caution that what happened there could happen anywhere ...Read More

KIRKSVILLE SCHOOLS IN SESSION


Tuesday marks the first day of the 2014-2015 school year for the Kirksville school district ...Read More

MURRAY PLEADS GUILTY


The second man accused in last summer's murder of Tre'veon Marshall in Columbia's McKee Park has pled guilty to first degree assault ...Read More

NIXON CALLS NATL GUARD TO FERGUSON


Governor Jay Nixon announced early this morning he is activating National Guard troops to help patrol Ferguson ...Read More

RANDOLPH COUNTY ACCIDENT INJURES HUNTSVILLE MAN


A Huntsville man was injured in a single vehicle accident in Randolph County Sunday evening ...Read More

DEPRESSION COULD BE EVIDENT IN YOUNG CHILDREN


Child psychiatry researchers in St. Louis have found that children diagnosed with depression as pre-schoolers are very likely to have clinical depression as they get older...Read More

MOBERLY THEATER PARTY BRINGS BACK MEMORIES


Last week's Moberly Theater Party attracted a number of residents in the area who may have worked at the 4th Street Theater in downtown Moberly or attended the shows at the historic building ...Read More

NEW FACULTY ON CMU CAMPUS


Returning CMU students will be seeing some new faculty on campus this semester ...Read More

SPEAKER JONES BULLISH ON VETO SESSION


Tim Jones only has five months left as Speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives, and he's expecting to end his turn at the helm on a high note ...Read More

FARM PROGRESS SHOW NEXT WEEK


One of the nation's biggest farm trade shows is even bigger this year ...Read More

MACON CVC MEETING APPROACHING


The Macon County Community Volunteer Corps will hold a meeting the evening of August 28th at the Health Department Office on Missouri Street/Highway 63 in Macon ...Read More

MONROE CITY HOLY ROSARY RAISING FUNDS FOR NEW BUILDING


The aging Holy Rosary School Building in Monroe City is almost 94-years old, and has a number of needs, so parents, staff and alumni have decided to raise money for a new facility ...Read More

MACON COUNTY MINISTRIES BUSY


Macon County Ministries honored a late supporter Thursday morning with a ribbon-cutting and dedicating the building to the memory of Martha McDowell ...Read More

HIGHWAY PATROL SEEKING APPLICANTS


The Missouri State Highway Patrol will be testing for new troopers ...Read More

ATTORNEY SAYS MARIJUANA IS SAFE


We all are aware of the dangers of alcohol and tobacco because of the evidence and research, but some say there is a lack of evidence about marijuana ...Read More

PLANNING THE NEXT STATE FAIR


Although the 112th Missouri State Fair will close Sunday, organizers are well into planning the 113th ...Read More

MFH BOARD MEMBERS


The Missouri Foundation for Health is seeking applicants for the 2015 Board of Directors ...Read More

HALLSVILLE SEWER PROJECT ABOUT COMPLETE


The one-point-six million dollar sewer project in Hallsville is just about complete ...Read More

MEXICO READY FOR WINTER


Even though it is August, the Mexico City Council took action this week in anticipation of the winter season ...Read More

PERKINS HAS SEEN CHANGES-AMENDMENT 9


It'll be the courts that'll have the final say on the meaning of Amendment 9, the electronic communications and data addition to the Missouri Constitution approved by voters during the August election ...Read More

PLANT DIAGNOSTICS


The University of Missouri Plant Diagnostic Clinic helps homeowners and commercial growers identify what’s wrong with their ailing plants ...Read More

LOCAL ARCHER WINS NATIONAL AWARD


A local sharpshooter has drawn national honors ...Read More

MACON COUNTY 911 CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY


It was 20 years ago that the Macon County 911 emergency communications system began operations ...Read More

SOCIAL SECURITY CAN BE EASILY SAVED


The Social Security Program began 79 years ago this week, and the Missouri Alliance for Retired Americans celebrated the event ...Read More

BACK TO SCHOOL: ST. PIUS


The big back-to-school event for staff, students and parents in Moberly's St ...Read More

HIGBEE FAIR WRAPS UP SATURDAY


Saturday will be very busy in Higbee as the local fair wraps up ...Read More

GOVERNOR NOT AT GOVERNOR'S BREAKFAST


While politicians of all stripes made their way into the director's tent for the Governor's Ham Breakfast Thursday morning, much discussion was on why Governor Jay Nixon wasn't there ...Read More

PRODUCTION REPORT NOT COMING UP ALL ROSE‰S


While the mild summer has created conditions for the largest soybean crop on record, grains and grapes are below last year's levels ...Read More

POTENTIAL FUNDING CUTS FOR LDRL


When you think of state funds, your local library may not immediately come to mind ...Read More

4TH STREET THEATER PARTY


A large crowd filled the newly renovated 4th Street Theater in downtown Moberly Thursday night to enjoy the movie and the freshly-popped popcorn, while raising money to complete work on the historicbuilding ...Read More

PSC CHAIRMAN EXPLAINS APPLICATION PROCESS


The Chairman of the Missouri Public Service Commission was in Moberly participating in the public hearing regarding the proposed Clean Line Grain Belt Express Project ...Read More
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