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Novinger Resident Arrested On Drug Charges

On August 30, 2007, at approximately 4:30 p.m., a member of the Missouri State Highway Patrol initiated a traffic stop on a 1997 Oldsmobile Achieva on Missouri Route 6, east…

Ten People Die In Traffic Crashes Over Labor Day Holiday

Ten People Die In Traffic Crashes Over Labor Day Holiday The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports 10 fatalities during the 2007 Labor Day holiday. Last year, there were 18 fatalities.…

Results Of Selective Traffic Enforcement Operations Conducted In Troop B Area During The Month Of August

Captain John W. Elliott, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, announces the results of Selective Traffic Enforcement Operations conducted in the Troop B area during the month of August 2007.…

Revenue Dept. Cautions Missourians About New Salvage Titling Law

Revenue Dept. Cautions Missourians About New Salvage Titling Law        JEFFERSON CITY – A Senate Bill 82 provision passed by the Missouri legislature changes the state’s salvage title law, and the…

Marriage Licenses Waiting Period Eliminated

Beginning August 28, 2007, couples getting married in the state of Missouri will no longer have to make two trips to the County Recorder of Deeds office.Upon application, a couple…

Parents should do their own safety homework, be wary of heat stress as they send kids back to school

Before the kids head back to school after their summer breaks, parents should do some homework of their own to make sure the new school year is safe on several…

Carnival Coming to Downtown Kirksville

The City of Kirksville Parks and Recreation Department along with the Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Evans United Shows, a carnival ride company from Plattsburg, MO, in…

Dry, hot weather makes watering newly planted trees, shrubs tricky; too much or too little moisture can prove fatal

Below normal precipitation and hot weather across much of Missouri can make watering newly planted trees and shrubs tricky, said a University of Missouri horticulturist. …

Potato leafhoppers continue to infest alfalfa, exceeding economic threshold levels

Potato leafhopper adults and nymphs continue to infest alfalfa throughout the state with many infestations exceeding economic threshold levels, said a University of Missouri agronomist. When these levels are exceeded,…

Culver-Stockton to host Wildcat Welcome for new students

New Culver-Stockton students will spend a weekend learning how to thrive on campus before classes begin at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 27.  The annual Wildcat Welcome Weekend begins Thursdays, Aug.…

SHILOH CHRISTIAN CHILDREN¹S RANCH HOSTS OPEN HOUSE

Shiloh Christian Children's Ranch will hold an Open House at Shiloh's Clarence, MO site on Saturday, September 22, 2007.  The Open House will begin with a luncheon at 12:00 noon.…