Princeton in Mercer County Missouri

Princeton City Council approves 2020-2021 budget

The Princeton City Council approved the 2020-2021 budget on Monday. Projected revenues are $617.551.51 for general funds and $940,688.48 for enterprise funds for a combined total of $1,558,239.99. Anticipated expenditures are $432,915 for general and $1,077,390 for enterprise funds for a combined total of $1,510,305. Princeton City Clerk Danette Snapp reports the city has sales […]

Missouri Department of Public Safety Website

Missouri Department of Public Safety: Traffic violations and domestic violence incidents on the rise

The Missouri Public Safety Director Sandy Karsten says highway traffic has picked up since the state has reopened for business But traffic violation numbers have passed those of a normal year—already.     Director Karsten says that violence at home has increased while people have had to stay at home.     Karsten asks residents […]

Boil Advisory Lifted

Sullivan County Public Water Supply District lifts boil advisories

The Sullivan County Public Water Supply District has announced the lifting of boil advisories for some customers. Advisories lifted include the following locations: Customers on Paris Road and Echo Road. All Sullivan Rural Water Customers on Highway 139 from Newtown South to Highway 6 including Jasper Road, Acorn Drive, Kelp Road, Acorn Drive, Helium Road, […]

Seatbelt

“Click it or Ticket” campaign set to begin May 20, 2019

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Region 7 state highway safety offices are joining law enforcement nationwide for a Border to Border Click it or Ticket kickoff event starting Monday, May 20. The campaign seeks to increase seat belt use by coordinating highly visible seat belt law enforcement in the […]

Motorcycle

As the weather warms drivers are urged to watch for motorcycles

As the weather warms up, so do the engines on motorcycles. The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety wants to remind motorists and motorcyclists alike to “Watch for Motorcycles” in order to help prevent motorcycle crashes, deaths and injuries on Missouri roadways. “Preliminary data shows that approximately 12% of Missouri traffic fatalities in 2018 involved a […]

Congested Roads (traffic)

Impaired and Impatient: Traffic Trifecta around Thanksgiving holiday presents problems for motorists

As thousands of Missouri drivers travel home to spend Thanksgiving with family and friends this week, the Missouri Department of Transportation is urging them to exercise patience, caution and good judgment behind the wheel. The holiday week brings a trifecta of concerns to the roadway, including impaired driving, distracted driving, and heavy interstate congestion. The […]