Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Audio: A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against Missouri State

A wrongful-death lawsuit has been filed against the Missouri State Board of Governors.      That’s after a TV tower collapse near Fordland in April 2018. 56-year-old Steve Lemay from Washington State died when the KOZK Ozarks Public Television tower fell during equipment upgrades. Family members say Missouri State didn’t give Lemay the right equipment […]

Jamesport Tri-County School

Jamesport Board of Education accepts bid; discusses plans and procedures for COVID-19

The Jamesport Tri-County R-7 Board of Education accepted a bid on the evening of Wednesday, September 9th from Home Exchange Bank for a certificate of deposit investment of $500,000. The 12-month term was selected at a rate of .75%. An intergovernmental agreement was approved with Daviess County for CARES Act funding. The board discussed and […]

Livingston County Health Center

Livingston County Health Center offering limited COVID-19 testing

Livingston County Health Center announces the availability of nasal pharyngeal COVID-19 testing at no out of pocket cost for county residents who meet specific criteria. Those who would like to pursue this testing must have symptoms and be unable to access a test through their insurance, or without insurance. If a person is sick and […]

Marceline Schools

Marceline R-5 School District reports staff member testing positive for COVID-19

The Marceline R-5 School District announces a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 and is self-isolating, as recommended by the Linn County Health Department. Superintendent Brian Sherrow says the exposure that led to the positive test did not occur in the school environment. The health department is contact tracing and determined no students are […]

City of Trenton Website

Changes to be made to Trenton City Council procedure due to COVID-19

Changes will be made to the Trenton City Council meeting procedure through December 31st. Trenton Mayor Linda Crooks says the changes are due to recent developments in the community in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic. The changes include all meetings being available by Zoom. Only elected officials, the city clerk, the city administrator, and one […]

Marshfield Missouri Sign

Missouri Attorney General settles lawsuit with City of Marshfield over alleged ticket quota

The Missouri Attorney General’s Office announced that the Office has reached a settlement with the City of Marshfield after the Office sued the city for allegedly enforcing a traffic ticket quota. The consent judgment, which provides strong injunctive relief, was signed and entered by the judge Thursday afternoon. “As a State Senator, I helped pass […]

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Missouri State Highway Patrol now testing for new troopers

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is testing for new troopers and is encouraging qualified individuals of all backgrounds to apply, and will offer testing at nine different locations in Missouri. Those who successfully complete testing will be eligible to continue in the selection process for the 111th Recruit Class, scheduled to begin training on February […]