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Over 75 Red Cross Workers Sustain Three Shelter Operations

Over 75 Red Cross Workers Sustain Three Shelter Operations Red Cross workers provide shelter and feeding to five counties along the Mississippi River Hannibal, Friday, June 20, 2008 – As…

Harley Family to Help Create New Program at Shiloh

Harley Family to Help Create New Program at Shiloh

Harley Family to Help Create New Program at ShilohHarley Family to Help Create New Program at Shiloh Shelbina, MO – After this springs’ graduation, some students at Shiloh Christian Children’s…

Avenue of the Saints Celebration On Hold

Avenue of the Saints Celebration On Hold HANNIBAL – In light of the flooding and the efforts of the communities along the Mississippi River and the Avenue of the Saints,…

Humane Society of Missouri Focuses Flood Relief Effort on Missouri Counties

Humane Society of Missouri Focuses Flood Relief Effort on Missouri Counties Rescue Team Returns from Cedar Rapid, IA; There HSMO Team Assisted in Rescue of 300 Animals WHAT: As flood…

Residents and Volunteers Working in Flooded Areas Urged to Update Tetanus Shots,

Residents and Volunteers Working in Flooded Areas Urged to Update Tetanus Shots, Take Health Precautions As heavy rain is causing flooding in northeastern, eastern and other portions of Missouri, the…

Department of Health and Senior Services Provides Water Safety Information Related to Private Water Supply Wells

Department of Health and Senior Services Provides Water Safety Information Related to Private Water Supply Wells The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services issued guidance today on the safety…

Missourians Affected by Storm Damage Urged to Be Cautious with Food and Cooking Utensils to Avoid Illness

Missourians Affected by Storm Damage Urged to Be Cautious with Food and Cooking Utensils to Avoid Illness In response to flooding across northeastern, eastern and other parts of Missouri, the…

Dancing Rabbit Report for 6-16

Cob here, checking in with an update and musings on life at Dancing Rabbit. We’ve certainly experienced plenty of wet recently, and extend our profound sympathy to all those upstream…

July 4 Activities

The Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce has been working with area businesses and organizations to put together an amazing celebration of our nation’s birthday. There will be events for several…

Patrol Releases 2008 School Bus Inspection Statistics

 Patrol Releases 2008 School Bus Inspection Statistics Colonel James F. Keathley, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces the findings of the 2008 Missouri State Highway Patrol School Bus…

Murder Arrest Scotland County

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