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Trevor McDonald

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Customer spending, support programs boost area businesses

Many Hannibal area businesses are seeing a positive trend in sales through factors including a collaborative effort at the local level and more customer spending from Hannibal residents and visitors from nearby states, combined with federal Small Business Administration programs and Gov. Mike Parson's Show Me Recovery plan for Missouri

Banners honor class of 2020
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Banners honor class of 2020

An idea found online has blossomed into a community effort honoring seniors from the Hannibal High School class of 2020, and banners showcasing each senior are going up on flagpoles throughout town and in the windows of local businesses

Traffic fatalities rise despite less traffic
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Traffic fatalities rise despite less traffic

In NEMO, slight dip in fatalities attributed to reduced traffic from coronavirus pandemic

Summer utility program gets $15 million boost
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Summer utility program gets $15 million boost

NECAC providing up to $600 of summer electric costs to those who meet income standards

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Tiny homes built with love

Husband and wife partner with churches to minister to those in need

Hannibal author offering free ebook of first novel
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Hannibal author offering free ebook of first novel

Tuesday, June 16 marked a special day for Hannibal author Dana Lockhart as she celebrated the one-year anniversary of her first book's publication with free ebook versions on Amazon through Saturday, June 20

Honor Flights grounded for the remainder of year 2020
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Honor Flights grounded for the remainder of year 2020

Great River Honor Flight and national office hope to resume flights in 2021

Low gas prices bring benefits to Hannibal
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Low gas prices bring benefits to Hannibal

Fuel costs have direct connection with traveling, out-of-state tourists visiting local destinations

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Tri-State Housing Summit brims with ideas for boosting area housing

Stakeholders from across the Tri-State area gathered at the Y Men's Pavilion in downtown Hannibal on Thursday, June 11, sharing ideas and programs aimed at boosting existing housing stock and bringing new housing options to life in local communities

COVID-19 affects local auto service industry
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COVID-19 affects local auto service industry

Stay-at-home order, high unemployment due to virus contribute to decline in auto service work in area