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This is Alyssa reporting the news from Dancing Rabbit for the past week.…

BLESSING HOSPITAL REHABILITATION SERVICES UNIT EARNS NATIONAL ACCREDITATION

Blessing Hospital’s Rehabilitation Services Department has earned a fourth consecutive three-year accreditation of its inpatient unit from CARF, The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. …

Aliice In Wonderland To BePresented August 10-11

The Canton Area Arts Council and Culver-Stockton College announce the cast of their summer youth theatre production, "Alice in

Wonderland," which will be performed for the public at 7 p.m. Friday,

August 10…

Culver-Stockton appoints directors of Greek life andresidential life

 Ian G. Wilson and Brent R. Hickenbottom have joined the Culver-Stockton College staff to develop and implement opportunities for

students. Wilson will serve as director of residential life and

intramural athletics, and Hickenbottom…

Farm Bureau Urges USDA’s Action on Emergency Hay and Grazing

Following is the letter Missouri Farm Bureau President Charles Kruse sent today to USDA’s Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns:…

ATTORNEY GENERAL JAY NIXON TO SPEAK AT NEMO PICNIC

Gubernatorial Candidate Jay Nixon will be at the NEMO Democrat picnic Saturday, August 4…

Bob Manzke named Transportation Planning Specialist for MoDOT

Bob Manzke has been selected as the new transportation planning specialist for MoDOT's Northeast District.  Bob previously served as a right of way specialist. …

Route U in Scotland County closed for railroad work Wednesday

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway will be replacing track and repairing the crossing on Route U just south of Gorin on Wednesday, July 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. …

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

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…

Revenue Department’s Customer Service Commitment Means No Office Visit This Year for Disabled Hangtag Holders

 Every year thousands of disabled Missourians have taken trips to their local motor vehicle license office to renew their disabled placards, or "hangtags", so they may continue to use convenient…

Hannibal CDL (Commercial Drivers License) Testing Site To Re-Open August 6, 2007

Captain John W. Elliott, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, is pleased to announce the re-opening of the Hannibal CDL (Commercial Drivers License) Testing Site, located…