Scott Fitzpatrick Mo State Treasurer website

Missouri State Treasurer returns $100 million in unclaimed property

Treasurer Fitzpatrick today announced that his office has returned the first $100 million of his administration in just over two years, the fastest of any Missouri Treasurer. $100,080,956 has been returned since Treasurer Fitzpatrick took office in January 2019. This is the Treasurer’s fourth Unclaimed Property record. “Raising awareness and returning Unclaimed Property to rightful […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve amendment for phone service, accept bid and presented report on repairs

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved an amendment to an agreement for phone service and accepted a bid for cemetery mowing on March 22nd. The amendment to the City of Gallatin’s Windstream agreement for phone service at the city hall includes upgrading the phone service. City Administrator Lance Rains reported monthly recurring charges will be […]

Theft

Polo man facing multiple theft charges

A Polo man accused of stealing a pickup truck and guns from a Polo residence faces three felony charges in Caldwell County. Sixty-year-old Mark Felt Anderson has been charged with stealing—motor vehicle/watercraft/aircraft and two counts of stealing—firearm/explosive weapon/ammonium nitrate. Bond was set at $30,000 cash only with a special condition for bond supervision by Supervision […]

Stolen Pickup Mercer County V2

Mercer County Sheriff asking for assistance in locating stolen pickup

The Mercer County Sheriff’s Department is requesting public assistance in locating a pickup truck reported as stolen Sunday night. The sheriff’s office said a 2010 GMC pickup was stolen from a location in Princeton between 9:30 PM last night and 2:12 this morning. According to the sheriff’s office, the driver’s side tail light is broken. […]

NEW COVID Dashboard for Missouri

Missouri adds county-level antigen test data to online public health dashboard

On its online public health dashboard, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) began posting county-level data showing “probable” COVID-19 cases detected by antigen testing. Last fall, DHSS began reporting statewide numbers of reported negative and positive antigen tests.  DHSS will follow the guidance of the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) […]