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United Way honors 5 for giving spirit

HANNIBAL | Five local people became video stars on Saturday, March 14, at the Star Theatre and Pavilion in Hannibal, as they were honored during the United Way of the Mark Twain Area's Evening of Philanthropy.

Chocolate fest draws visitors, local crowds
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Chocolate fest draws visitors, local crowds

HANNIBAL | The snow that fell Saturday, March 14, in Hannibal before quickly melting may have affected the number of people arriving for the Historic Hannibal Marketing Council's annual three-day Chocolate Extravaganza, but those who did come were enjoying the various special treats offered at downtown Hannibal shops.

Parson highlights Missouri job growth
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Parson highlights Missouri job growth

Gov. Mike Parson used a tour of Northeast Missouri to tell about precautions against coronavirus and tout job creation within the state

BB-gun shooters win annual awards
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BB-gun shooters win annual awards

HANNIBAL | Emma Watkins won the Hatton Award, the top honor presented to members of the Hannibal Area Shooter's Education Youth BB Gun League March 6 during their annual dinner at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center.

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Parson highlights Missouri job growth

HANNIBAL | Gov. Mike Parson used a tour of Northeast Missouri to tell about precautions against coronavirus and tout job creation within the state.

OATS announces new bus scheduling procedures
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OATS announces new bus scheduling procedures

Local residents riding Missouri's OATS Transit system will have new scheduling procedures beginning Monday, April 6

OATS announces new bus scheduling
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OATS announces new bus scheduling

MACON, Mo. | Local residents riding Missouri's OATS Transit system will have new scheduling procedures beginning Monday, April 6.

 Mighty Minutiae wins Mark Twain's Museum's '70s Trivia Night contest
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Mighty Minutiae wins Mark Twain's Museum's '70s Trivia Night contest

HANNIBAL | The Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum's ninth annual Trivia Night had a '70s theme, offering an opportunity for the 10 competing teams to display their creativity as they recalled the 1970s.

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Salvation Army social services center will move downtown

HANNIBAL | After years of providing its social services from offices in the Salvation Army Family Store in Steamboat Bend Shopping Center, the Hannibal Salvation Army has finalized the purchase of property downtown for its social services.

Holy Family dinner auction benefits school and bidders
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Holy Family dinner auction benefits school and bidders

HANNIBAL | Hats and Horses, the 19th annual dinner auction to benefit Hannibal's Holy Family School, also gave the crowd attending an opportunity to buy trips to the Kentucky Derby, Lake Ozark and ball games, in addition to a variety of other items. The Feb. 22 fund-raiser was at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center.