New London intersection to get safety upgrade
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New London intersection to get safety upgrade

Highway engineers are working on plans to improve the safety at a dangerous stretch of U.S. 61 where it intersects with Ralls County Route A

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Inside Out Health and Fitness gives to The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri
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Inside Out Health and Fitness gives to The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri

Inside Out Health and Fitness owner, Lorrie Lock, presents a check for $130 to Steve Yager, regional coordinator for The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri

Alliance Art Gallery members exhibit variety of art at John Wood Community College
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Alliance Art Gallery members exhibit variety of art at John Wood Community College

Members of the Alliance Art Gallery in Hannibal will showcase a variety of artwork in John Wood Community College's Heath Center Art Gallery this winter

Some airport fuel sales halted by pump fires
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Some airport fuel sales halted by pump fires

The sale of 100 low lead fuel at Hannibal Regional Airport could resume later this month

Winter party brings smiles
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Winter party brings smiles

Games, activities for attendees sponsored by Marion County Services for the Developmentally Disabled

YMCA of Hannibal raises funds at dinner auction
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YMCA of Hannibal raises funds at dinner auction

HANNIBAL | The 115 people arriving at the Rialto Banquet Hall for the YMCA of Hannibal Vegas Nights dinner auction on Friday, Jan. 10, were glad the rain had not turned to sleet and snow, as was forecast for later that night.

Nomination deadline is Jan. 17 for United Way Evening of Philanthropy honorees
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Nomination deadline is Jan. 17 for United Way Evening of Philanthropy honorees

The United Way is hosting the 2nd Annual Evening of Philanthropy on Saturday, March 14 at the Star Theater in Downtown Hannibal and currently seeking individuals to honor

Shelbina student graduates from Iowa State University
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Shelbina student graduates from Iowa State University

A Shelbina student was among more than 2,200 graduates who received degrees from Iowa State University

Fire damages house on North Sixth St.
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Fire damages house on North Sixth St.

A fire that did heavy damage to a house at 308 North Sixth Street was listed by fire investigators as having an undetermined cause on Wednesday

Crews focus on year's first storm
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Crews focus on year's first storm

HANNIBAL | Street and highway crews have watched as the first winter storm of 2020 was approaching.


“It looks like we'll get quite a bit of rain, especially to the south. There may be a chance of flash flooding. Then starting Friday night or Saturday there may be a little bit of ice and a couple of inches of snow,” said Brian Untiedt, area engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation's Northeast District.


Those details were known Wednesday afternoon and Untiedt said MoDOT crews were preparing snow plows and making plans to keep highways open in 17 counties stretching from the Missouri River to the Iowa border.


“We have 165 trucks to take care of the roads and we have about 10,000 lane miles that we plow,” Untiedt said.

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