• Smith Finds Healing On Honor Flight

    Smith Finds Healing On Honor Flight0

    By Kevin Fox Our veterans who have participated in the Great River Honor Flight have all returned home with memories that will last the remainder of their lives. For some it will be how smooth things went, how well they were welcomed, or struck by the beauty of the memorials of Washington D.C. All those

  • Manhunt Underway East of Wyaconda

    Manhunt Underway East of Wyaconda0

    Details are very sketchy at this point, but from listening to the scanner, we know law enforcement officers from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, Missouri State Highway Patrol, and Kahoka Police Department have been searching for a suspect following an early afternoon pursuit. That pursuit took officers west on County Road Y, eventually ending with

  • Shelby County Indian Artifact Show0

    The Old Threshers Festival held at Shelbina, Missouri will be held on Friday, September 18 and Saturday, September 19. Awards presented will include: Two Best Personal Find Awards will be given for the top two artifacts found dating back to 9-18-14; One Award of Excellence will be given for a general display; By setting up

  • Raising Money For a Friend and Co-worker With Cancer – VIDEO

    Raising Money For a Friend and Co-worker With Cancer – VIDEO0

    On Tuesday, August 26, 2015, employees of Hawkins Harrison Insurance in Edina served lunch to passing motorists to raise money for a co-worker and friend, Janie Gibbons of Edina. The businesses parking lot was turned into a temporary drive-through food pick-up and “Team Janie” wore purple shirts and served pulled pork sandwiches, chips, cookies and

  • Make Safety Part Of Your Labor Day Weekend Plans

    Make Safety Part Of Your Labor Day Weekend Plans0

    MSHP – Colonel Ronald Replogle, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds Missouri’s travelers to make safety part of their Labor Day weekend. Col. Replogle strongly urges the use of seat belts when traveling in any kind of vehicle and life jackets when on a Missouri lake, river, or stream. In 2013, eight people

  • 7 Dead in Illinois Veteran’s Home Legionnaires’ Outbreak0

    Health officials reported today that seven people have died in a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak at an Illinois veterans home. Thirty two others have been sickened by the respiratory illness in Quincy, Illinois. This follows a recent outbreak in New York City that killed a dozen people. Include the following visualization in your coverage to showcase