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Hy-Vee becomes first retail grocery chain to implement sterile cart system

Hy-Vee, Inc. is introducing an automated cleaning system that fully cleans and sanitizes shopping carts after every use. By mid-November, more than 200 Hy-Vee stores across its eight-state region will have a Sterile Cart system in operation. Hy-Vee is the first grocery chain to implement a fully automated sanitization system across its company. This innovative […]

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Gene Kauffman Scholarship applications available for Spring semester

The Gene Kauffman Scholarship Foundation, Incorporated Board of Directors has announced scholarship applications will be available for the spring semester beginning Monday, November 2nd. The scholarship is available to non-smoking, unmarried female graduates of the high schools in Mercer County. Potential recipients must be enrolled as full-time students at accredited colleges or universities in Missouri […]

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Trenton citizen presents revised plan to city council for outdoor theater; council approves six ordinances

At Trenton, Gabe Chrisman, a property owner presented what she called a revised plan last night to the city council involving a proposed outdoor theater on land she owns at 22nd and Stature. After questions and discussions, the council voted to return the request for a conditional use permit back to the Planning and Zoning […]

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Winter Weather Advisory issued for northern Missouri until Tuesday morning

Winter returns to northern Missouri today with snow, freezing temperatures, and wind. A Winter Weather Advisory is now in place for all counties in northern Missouri until 1 am Tuesday Morning.  The exception is Scotland and Knox counties, which are excluded from the advisory.  Snow with some mixed precipitation is expected with total snow accumulations […]

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Farmers’ Electric Cooperative to return $1.4 million in capital credits

The Farmers’ Electric Cooperative Board of Directors voted unanimously at its September meeting to return capital credits totaling about $1,400,000 to member-owners of the cooperative. The checks issued this year will retire all of 1997 and 23% of 1998 capital credits allocations. The checks are scheduled to be mailed to current and former members around […]

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Missouri woman pleads guilty to financial exploitation of elderly and stealing, will pay over $9,000 in restitution

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that on October 15, 2020, Tashe Beach pled guilty in the Circuit Court of St. Louis City to two class D felonies of Abuse of a Person Receiving Health Care, one Class C felony of Financial Exploitation of Elderly Persons, one Class D felony of Financial Exploitation of Elderly […]

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Big rig crashes on I-35 north of Winston exit

An Illinois resident was hurt when the tractor-trailer unit he was operating overturned on Interstate 35 north of the Winston exit. Sixty-three-year-old Randy Hammond of Christopher, Illinois was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center with minor injuries. The accident happened Saturday afternoon two miles north of the Winston exit on interstate 35 as the southbound […]

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Livingston County Sheriff seeks information from public in animal abuse investigation

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on an animal abuse investigation in Wheeling. Sheriff Steve Cox reports his office responded to the 300 block of North Sheridan in Wheeling the afternoon of Tuesday, October 13th regarding a resident’s pet Labrador being shot. He says the complainant reported taking the dog outside that morning […]

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Trenton Board of Education approve school calendar update, policy involving law enforcement not approved

The Trenton R-9 Board of Education on Tuesday evening, October 13th approved, on a split vote of six to one, a school calendar update involving converting student days to all staff workdays. Board Member Corey Leeper was the only opposing vote. Students will not be in class on October 26th and December 7th, but staff […]

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Federal leader looks to Missouri as model for post-incarceration success

About 96% of people incarcerated in Missouri eventually return home to our communities. More than 15,000 Missourians are released from state prisons each year. To help boost their chances of success, the Missouri Department of Corrections partners with fellow state agencies and community nonprofit organizations to build a network of support in areas such as […]

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Missouri man sentenced to 35 years for illegal firearms and stalking

A Missouri, man was sentenced in federal court for illegally possessing firearms, including purchasing firearms advertised on the internet, and of stalking two female victims associated with massage parlors in Kansas. “This armed and dangerous criminal, with a history of stalking and violence toward women, will spend the rest of his life in prison,” said […]