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“Camerata” performance at Culver-Stockton to celebrate modern music

“Camerata” performance at Culver-Stockton to celebrate modern music CANTON, Mo.– Culver-Stockton’s avant-garde ensemble, Camerata 808, will open the season at precisely 8:08 p.m., Friday, Feb. 1, in Merillat Recital Hall…

New autism support group starts in Hannibal

New autism support group starts in Hannibal Next meeting is Feb. 6 Hannibal, Mo. – Everyone in the area impacted by autism is welcome to come to a new support…

Presiding Commissioner Reacts To State Audit

Presiding Commissioner  Reacts To State Audit

Presiding Commissioner Reacts To State Audit By Echo Menges The recent release of the State Audit of Knox County by Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich’s office and the state’s findings have…

ScotlandCounty Nurse Anesthetists Celebrate 150 Years of Providing Quality and Excellence in Anesthesia Care

ScotlandCounty Nurse Anesthetists Celebrate 150 Years of Providing Quality and Excellence in Anesthesia Care

L-R: Michael Browning, Sallie & Bob Poepsel   Memphis, MO— In recognition of their profession’s long history and enduring record of patient safety, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) in Memphis…

Gallery opening at Culver-Stockton featuring work from local artists

Gallery opening at Culver-Stockton featuring work from local artists

Gallery opening at Culver-Stockton featuring work from local artists CANTON, Mo.—Culver-Stockton College is hosting a reception for the opening night of an art exhibit showcasing work from local artists. The…

NE Missouri Schools Cash In on Buckling Up

NE Missouri Schools Cash In on Buckling Up Winners of the 2012 Battle of the Belt Challenge Announced HANNIBAL – Local schools took the challenge to buckle up and made…

Culver-Stockton Theatre Production Chosen to Compete for National Honors

Culver-Stockton Theatre Production Chosen to Compete for National Honors CANTON, Mo.—A scene from Culver-Stockton College’s theatrical production of William Shakespeare’s  “Much Ado about Nothing” has been selected for a competitive…

City of Kirksville Receives Funds For Franklin Streetscape Project

City of Kirksville Receives Funds Franklin Streetscape Project HANNIBAL – The City of Kirksville will receive $415,000 in federal transportation enhancement funds for the Franklin Streetscape project. This project is…

Knox County Officials And Deputies Swear Into Office Photo Gallery

Knox County Officials And Deputies Swear Into Office Photo Gallery

Knox County Officials And Deputies Swear Into Office Photo GalleryOn Monday morning December 31, 2012 Knox County elected officials and deputies were sworn into office by the presiding Knox County…

Clark Co Land Transfers December 2012

The Clark County Circuit Clerk and Recorder’s office reports the following land transfers for the month of December 2012. Marianna M. Wilson Declaration of Trust to Mary Alice Morehouse Successor…

Red Cross Responds to Fire in Shelbyville

Red Cross Responds to Fire in Shelbyville Volunteers provide assistance to two adults and one child     HANNIBAL, January 7, 2013 — The American Red Cross Northeast Missouri Chapter…