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Hannibal Arts Council opens new exhibit

HANNIBAL – Artists and art collectors met the public Nov. 9 at the Hannibal Arts Council during the opening reception for the current exhibit, which will continue through Wednesday, Nov. 20.

Veterans honored at Hannibal parade
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Veterans honored at Hannibal parade

HANNIBAL – Mayor James Hark and Heartland Auto Body and Towing owner Jason Krigbaum were pleased with the success of the Nov. 9 Veterans Day parade in Hannibal, watching the result of their efforts to honor as many veterans as possible.

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Accidental fire results in death

HANNIBAL – One resident of an apartment in the Hannibal Housing Authority High Rise Apartments (Laura Hawkins Hall) at Broadway and 11th Street died at the scene of an early morning fire on Saturday, Nov. 9. The victim's name will be reported later.

Salvation Army goal, leaders announced
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Salvation Army goal, leaders announced

HANNIBAL – Members of the King Family Band shared their love of music as the Salvation Army of the Mark Twain Area launched its Christmas campaign on Friday, Nov. 8, at Calvary Baptist Church.

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Concert to launch Hannibal Salvation Army's Christmas campaign

HANNIBAL – An evening of free music for the public by the King Family Band will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at Calvary Baptist Church, 4605 West Ely Road, to kick off the Hannibal Salvation Army's Tree of Lights Christmas campaign.

 Police entertain spooky youngsters at Halloween party
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Police entertain spooky youngsters at Halloween party

HANNIBAL – From vampires to fairies and princesses, children filled the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center Thursday for the Hannibal Police Department's 39th annual free Halloween party.

Park UMC soup day, bazaar offering cookies, breads from local recipes
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Park UMC soup day, bazaar offering cookies, breads from local recipes

HANNIBAL – People arriving at Park United Methodist Church Saturday, Nov. 2, for soup day will also have an opportunity to take home freshly-baked cookies and sweet breads from local recipes.

Hannibal's 2019 time capsule with hundreds of letters is closed until 2069
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Hannibal's 2019 time capsule with hundreds of letters is closed until 2069

HANNIBAL - One of the main Hannibal bicentennial events took place Saturday, Oct. 26, in Central Park, when the 2019 time capsule was closed. It will remain sealed until 2069.

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Children ignore rain at Living Windows, Halloween parade

HANNIBAL – A sea of umbrellas sheltered the families gathered along North Main Street for the Hannibal's Halloween parade at 6 p.m. Saturday.

Hannibal Folklife Festival celebrates timeless crafts, foods and music
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Hannibal Folklife Festival celebrates timeless crafts, foods and music

HANNIBAL – Musical instruments from days gone by were played at several locations during the Hannibal Arts Council's 43rd Folklife Festival on Saturday and Sunday.