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