Charges Filed

Two off-duty Virginia police officers charged in Federal Court following events at the U.S. Capitol

Two off-duty Rocky Mount, Virginia police officers, were charged in federal court in the District of Columbia in connection with the riots at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. Jacob Fracker and Thomas Robertson were charged by complaint with one count of knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without […]

Hedrick Medical Center

Statute of limitations upheld in case involving Hedrick Medical Center and wrongful death lawsuits

The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld rulings by the Livingston County Circuit Court and Western Missouri Court of Appeals involving defendants Saint Luke’s Health System, Hedrick Medical Center, and Community Health Group. Five plaintiffs had appealed to the Supreme Court on September 12th of 2018. Attorneys for both sides made oral arguments April 9th before […]

Team NCMC Wright Memorial Golf Tournament 2019

Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation Charity Golf Tournament raises over $5,000

The 15th Annual Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation Charity Golf Tournament has raised $5,000. Twenty-four teams participated in the tournament held Friday in perfect weather conditions at the Riverside Country Club in Trenton. Proceeds will help the Foundation make future equipment purchases and improvements at Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton. The team representing North Central Missouri […]

Close-up image of the Golden Goddess on the top of the Missouri Capitol

Audio: Historic statue atop Missouri capitol building is brought down for renovation with fanfare

Hundreds of people watched Thursday as a statue atop the Missouri Capitol dome in Jefferson City was lowered to the ground to undergo repairs. Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture, was brought down from her 260 feet high perch for the first time since being installed 94 years ago. John Tandy of Jefferson City said […]

Civil War

Audio: Historians push to install statue of black Civil War Soldier in southeast Missouri town

(Missourinet) – Historians want to add a historical attraction to a downtown square in southeast Missouri’s Cape Girardeau. The attraction is a limited-edition bronze statue of James Ivers, a black soldier who fought in the Civil War. Historian Steven Hoffman with Southeast Missouri State University told KFVS-TV the square’s location was a place where slaves […]