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BULLETIN! : BURN BANS FOR SPICKARD, GALT, RURAL GRUNDY COUNTY
Posted by John on 2012/7/2 13:00:00 (506 reads)

Unincorporated areas of Grundy county have been added to the announcement by the communities of Spickard AND GALT that are publicly announcing a burn BAN, effective immediately.

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News : Daviess County customers asked to conserve water
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/30 5:56:25 (465 reads)

Daveiss County Public Water Supply District #2 is asking its customers to conserve water by limiting water to household usage only. The request by Daviess County Public Water Supply District #2 is because of the dry conditions.

News : Gallatin Theatre League announces mid-July fundraiser
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/29 9:49:57 (430 reads)

Performances are scheduled on Friday and Saturday, July 13th and 14th, as a fundraiser for the Gallatin Theatre League. An entertainer, known as Tobias, is scheduled to present an evening of "music, dancing, comedy, and inspiration".

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News : Cainsville to "Celebrate the 4th" this weekend
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/29 9:41:05 (489 reads)

The city of Cainsville plans to hold its "Fourth of July" celebration THIS weekend. Friday night's activities include a beer garden with a DJ providing the music, with the cook shack opened tonight (Friday night) and throughout the weekend.

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Accidents : Injury accidents reported near Braymer and Cameron
Posted by John on 2012/6/29 7:50:00 (596 reads)

Separate injury accidents occurred in and near Braymer about one hour apart yesterday (Thursday) afternoon. The Highway Patrol said two vehicles collided at 6th and Main streets in Braymer, sending one of the drivers, Courtney Cox of Braymer to Liberty Hospital. The patrol described her injuries as MODERATE.

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Accidents : Interstate 35 wreck injures Gladstone man
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/28 13:01:31 (475 reads)

The Highway Patrol said a Gladstone man had a medical issue, which contributed to the car he was driving going off Interstate 35 south of Bethany and hitting two road signs and several trees. Seventy-four year old William Durham was taken to Harrison County Community Hospital in Bethany, with what the Patrol called MODERATE injuries.

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Sports : SEC coaches talk Missouri basketball as Tigers join new conference
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/28 8:30:00 (560 reads)

The University of Missouri and Texas A&M University will join the Southeastern Conference, officially, when the calendar flips to July on Sunday morning. The addition of the two former Big 12 schools will increase the SEC to 14 teams.

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Sports : NCMC announces new softball coach for 2013 season
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 9:20:00 (782 reads)

North Central Missouri College administrators have announced the hiring of Megan Cairns as the new women's softball coach at the Trenton two-year school, replacing Kristin Boyes, who resigned this spring after only one season at NCMC.

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Road Work : Culvert replacements to close rural Carroll County road
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 8:50:00 (325 reads)

The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that Route V in Carroll County has been scheduled to close on Wednesday and Thursday of THIS week (June 27th and 28th). This location is just southwest of the community of DeWitt and just northwest of the Missouri River.

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News : Governor Nixon requests USDA to conduct "drought damage" reports
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 8:27:15 (343 reads)

Governor Jay Nixon has asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency (FSA) to conduct damage assessment reports for all of Missouri's 114 counties and the city of St. Louis. Those reports will determine the extent of damage to crops and livestock brought on by the excessive heat and severe drought conditions persisting throughout the state.

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News : Area students travel to Washington, DC for annual "Electric" tour
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 8:16:20 (338 reads)

Eighty-eight high school juniors, last week, participated in Missouri's 49th Annual Electric Youth Tour to Washington, DC. Delegates sponsored by Farmers Electric Cooperative were Devanne McCoy of Norborne and Mason Kiehl of Meadville.

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News : Unionville meth bust results in three arrests
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 7:58:33 (487 reads)

The Unionville Police Department, on Monday, arrested three men after discovering an active meth lab at 905 South 22nd Street in Unionville. The men are facing multiple drug charges related to the discovery.

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Weather : With triple digit heat on the way, here is advice to "Stay Cool"
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/26 14:10:00 (409 reads)

With high temperatures again expected to threaten, or surpass, the century mark on Wednesday through Friday, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has some advice on dealing with the "extreme heat".

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News : Missouri DNR holds "collection events" for hazardous chemicals
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/26 13:46:59 (317 reads)

The Department of Natural Resources is holding regional collections of unwanted pesticides, fungicides, insecticides, rodenticides, de-wormers, fly tags, and fertilizers containing herbicides and pesticides. They are available to all Missouri residents. The pesticides and related chemicals can be from residences and farmers.

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Road Work : Highway 46 near Eagleville to close Monday morning
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/25 8:43:30 (307 reads)

A section of Highway 46 in northwestern Harrison County (just northwest of Eagleville) will be closed beginning today (Monday) for a bridge replacement project. The bridge is over the West Fork of Big Creek, near Route YY. The closure is to last six to eight weeks.

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News : Senator McCaskill to make "Highway 36" tour on Saturday
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/30 6:00:00 (489 reads)

Senator Claire McCaskill's campaign office says she will begin her re-election campaign on Saturday with a statewide RV trip, beginning in St. Joseph, and over the course of the week, visiting 24 cities across Missouri.

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Sports : Lock Springs ATV racer injured in South Dakota accident
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/30 5:50:00 (962 reads)

A Lock Springs woman, known for her A-T-V racing skills, was injured Friday afternoon while competing in a qualifying race in South Dakota. Twenty-two year old Bailey Shea Williams was taken to a hospital in Sioux Falls with injuries that a family member described as broken ribs, a punctured lung, and a left shoulder injury.

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News : Grants awarded to three area libraries
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/29 9:46:54 (419 reads)

Secretary of State Robin Carnahan has announced grants for libraries in Chillicothe, Gallatin, and Bethany. All grants will be used to help assist with electronic reading services.

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Weather : Hot, dry weather bring drought concerns and burning bans
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/29 9:30:00 (627 reads)

As the month of June comes to a close, the city of Trenton has received just 4.67 inches of rain over the months of May and June, a number that is less than half of what is normal for those two months (normally the wettest two months of the year). Normal rainfall is normally in the area of TEN inches.

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News : Missouri National Guard soldiers receive medals and awards
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/28 13:07:37 (511 reads)

Members of a Missouri National Guard Agri-Business Development Team have received medals and awards for repealing an attack by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan on Sunday, April 15th. Among the soldiers recognized were Senior Airman Ryan Derickson of Chillicothe, Staff Sergeant Troy Green of Cameron, Sergeant Derek Logsdon of Bevier, and Specialist Bobby Smith of Linneus. All four men were awarded a "Combat Action Badge".

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Accidents : Worth County rollover accident injures Iowa woman
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/28 12:58:48 (449 reads)

An Iowa woman was hurt north of Grant City when the car she was driving traveled off Highway 169, hit a field entrance, went airborne, and overturned. Forty-six year old Sonia Lambson of Blockton, Iowa was taken to Northwest Medical Center in Albany. The Highway Patrol said she had SERIOUS injuries.

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Accidents : Cameron man injured in mid-week accident
Posted by John on 2012/6/28 8:10:00 (485 reads)

A Cameron man received what the Highway Patrol called moderate injuries on Wednesday afternoon when his truck ran off U-S Highway 69 and struck an embankment.

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Road Work : Harrison County Route AA to receive roadwork
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 8:52:57 (353 reads)

Harrison County Route AA in the extreme southern part of the county (between Interstate 35 and Highway 69) will receive "overlay" work on Wednesday and Thursday of this week (June 27th and 28th), weather permitting.

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Road Work : Highway 11 bridge near Mendon to close July 9th
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 8:48:27 (334 reads)

The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that the Chariton County Highway 11 bridge over the Burlington Northern - Santa Fe railroad north of Mendon will close to traffic on Monday, July 9th.

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News : Christian music festival comes to Harrison County this weekend
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 8:20:37 (418 reads)

The third annual "Life Light Missouri" festival will be held this Friday and Saturday just south of Bethany. The Miracle Hills Ranch will host the free Christian Music festival that includes music and speakers on three different stages.

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News : Partnership announced to help support area troops
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/27 8:10:58 (429 reads)

The Missouri National Guard's "Partners in Care" initiative, and Second Harvest's Community Food Bank of St. Joseph, have announced a new partnership in an effort to assist citizen-soldiers and airmen with another layer of support. The State Chaplain's office uses Partners in Care to coordinate support for guardsmen and their families by teaming up with local faith-based entities.

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Accidents : Brookfield man injured in fall from pickup truck
Posted by John on 2012/6/27 6:10:00 (560 reads)

One Brookfield man was hurt when, authorities said, he fell from a moving truck last night on Highway 11 in Linn County.

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News : King City man arrested on multiple charges
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/26 13:53:20 (345 reads)

A King City man has been arrested on multiple charges twenty-four hours after his motorcycle struck a deer two miles west of Stanberry. The accident resulted in injuries for the operator an an 11-year old passenger.

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News : MoDOT reminds to keep "right of way" clear of signage
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/26 13:41:08 (244 reads)

The Missouri Department of Transportation is reminding the public that state-owned right of way must be clear of objects, including political and other yard signs. Placement of yard signs can, according to MoDOT, create safety hazards by blocking visibility needed by motorists to drive through an area or enter or exit area driveways and streets.

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News : Spickard announces replacement of fire hydrants
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/25 8:39:24 (288 reads)

The city of Spickard will be replacing fire hydrants during a two-week period beginning today (Monday).

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