Michael Clyde David Moses

Man who ran over Cameron police officer, led authorities on high-speed chase, facing three felony counts

A Kansas City man faces three felony counts stemming from his alleged involvement Saturday that began in the Walmart parking lot at Cameron. According to online information, 33-year-old Michael Clyde David Moses was charged Monday in DeKalb County Circuit Court with first-degree assault on a law enforcement officer, armed criminal action, and resisting arrest by […]

USDA Reconnect Program

United States Department of Agriculture Accepting Applications for Rural Broadband Program

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue announced Tuesday that the United States Department of Agriculture is accepting online applications for funding through the new ReConnect Rural Broadband Pilot Program. The funds will enable the federal government to partner with the private sector and rural communities to build modern broadband infrastructure in areas with insufficient internet service. Insufficient […]

Electric Transmission Line

USDA invests in rural electric infrastructure and smart grid improvements in 13 States

Acting Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Joel Baxley announced that USDA is investing $485 million to upgrade rural electric systems and reduce energy costs. The funding includes nearly $7.1 million for smart grid technologies that improve system operations and monitor grid security. “Under the leadership of Agriculture Secretary Perdue, USDA is a proud […]

Kenneth Sneed Vehicle

Man involved in high-speed chase hitting speed of 150 mph and injuring three children pleads “Not Guilty”

A Kansas City man facing charges, stemming from what the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office reported as a pursuit reaching dangerous speeds, has waived formal arraignment and pleaded not guilty in the Associate Division of Clinton County Circuit Court. Online court information shows 32-year-old Kenneth Sneed’s bond was reduced to $5,000 cash only with supervision. Sneed’s […]

Great Northwest Day

Great Northwest Day steering committee announces priorities for event in Jefferson City

The Great Northwest Day steering committee has announced its priorities for the upcoming visit next month with lawmakers at the state capital. According to Micah Landes, the steering committee chairman, five priorities to be presented include: Caring for our youngest citizens Aligning to educate and advance our workforce Having rural high-speed broadband access and affordability […]

Death Penalty or Capital Punishment

Audio: Missouri Supreme Court to consider capital punishment case and whether state’s death penalty is unconstitutional

The Missouri Supreme Court will determine whether a man was wrongly given capital punishment and whether the state’s death penalty law is unconstitutional.     Former US Army soldier and Dent County Sheriff’s Deputy Marvin Rice was convicted of murdering the mother of his child and her boyfriend in December 2011. After the incident, Rice […]

Charges Filed

Names released, charges filed in case involving assault on Trenton police officer

Charges have been filed and names released on the two persons arrested Saturday following an assault of a police officer in Trenton and subsequent high-speed pursuit east of Trenton. Thirty-year-old Duane Lee Shiner of Lexington faces five felony counts in addition to a probation and parole violation warrant. Twenty-three-year-old Katie Lynn Corum of Trenton was […]