• Knox Murder Investigation – What We Know So Far

    Knox Murder Investigation – What We Know So Far0

    By Echo Menges The details leading up to the shooting death of William “Bill” Bacon, 67, of rural Novelty on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 are, at this point, sketchy at best. Law enforcement officials have remained tight lipped about the investigation. “Since it is an ongoing investigation we really can’t release a lot of information,”

  • Driving With Caution In Winter Conditions

    Driving With Caution In Winter Conditions0

    MSHP – Many Missourians awoke to find snow falling or in the weather forecast today. Winter weather calls for drivers to make adjustments! The Missouri State Highway Patrol encourages motorists to plan ahead and drive safely or not at all during inclement weather. Drivers: Take the time to clean snow and ice completely from your vehicle.

  • Multi-County Pursuit Leads To Arrest In Shelby County

    Multi-County Pursuit Leads To Arrest In Shelby County0

    MSHP – On December 18, 2012, at approximately 9:30 a.m. Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers recognized the driver of a maroon 1995 Chevrolet Lumina, Daremiah Lajai Gibson, 30, of Wright City, MO, who had several active felony warrants for his arrest. When the troopers attempted to stop the vehicle, a pursuit ensued westbound on Interstate

  • Blizzard Aims from Omaha to Green Bay, Marquette

    Blizzard Aims from Omaha to Green Bay, Marquette0

    Courtesy of Accuweather.com State College, PA — December 18, 2012 — A blizzard will unfold near the Colorado/Kansas border Wednesday and will roll northeastward to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and central Ontario by late Thursday. The storm will become known for high winds over the Plains, Midwest and eventually the East. Over the Plains and the Upper

  • Knox County Gets “Poor” Rating From State Auditor

    Knox County Gets “Poor” Rating From State Auditor0

    Jefferson City – In the areas audited, the overall performance of this entity was Poor. A follow-up team from Schweich’s office will return to Knox County next year to see if the audit recommendations have been implemented and will issue another public report. As noted in a prior state audit, the general revenue fund and

  • Murder Suspect Released From Jail

    Murder Suspect Released From Jail0

    By Echo Menges On Thursday morning, December 13, 2012 Glenn Head, 58, of rural Novelty made his first appearance in court before Knox County Associate Judge William E. Alberty in an Adair County courtroom. Head is charged with one count of murder in the second degree and one count of armed criminal action. During the



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