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Missourians encouraged to assist in returning unclaimed military medals

Ahead of Veterans Day, Missouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick is asking Missourians to help return unclaimed military medals and insignia held by the Treasurer’s Office. The Treasurer’s Office currently holds 251 military medals and insignia including five purple hearts, four bronze stars, and more than 100 other service medals. “As we honor and remember America’s military […]

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Missouri State Auditor issues audit report on Livingston County

State Auditor Nicole Galloway has issued an audit report on Livingston County financial statements for the two years ended December 31st, 2020. The audit by McBride, Locke, and Associates, LLC includes recommendations. One recommendation is that the county adopts an investment policy in accordance with state statutes and review compliance with the policy at least […]

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Audio: Hannibal City Council’s effort to change 100-year-old animal ordinance causes controversy

There is controversy in northeast Missouri’s Hannibal over the city council’s efforts to change the town’s 100-year-old animal ordinance. WGEM’s Frank Healy reports from City Hall.     Hannibal Mayor James Hark tells our Quincy affiliate WGEM that the current ordinance talks about how to auction cattle off if they’re found roaming around Hannibal unclaimed.

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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 […]

Trenton, Missouri

Trenton Administrative Committee to recommend changes to ordinance regarding exotic animals

The administrative committee will recommend changes in the city ordinance regarding exotic animals including reptiles. The revisions are designed to have the Trenton ordinance be more similar to state law. Adam Clear had requested a review of the city code in his hope of having a reptile type of zoo in Trenton. Clear has stated […]

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Audio: Missouri Treasurer’s office connects citizens with money through the unemployment rolls

The state treasurer’s office worked with another agency to bring some good news to Missourians filing for unemployment. As Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick explains “the state had unclaimed property and money, and when COVID-19 hit the economy, thousands of citizens lost their jobs.”     To date, the Treasurer’s office has connected citizens to more than […]

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Grundy County Commission accepts bids for vehicles and 911 call system

The Grundy County Commission accepted bids the morning of Tuesday, September 8th for the sale of three county vehicles and purchasing of Next Generation 911 call handling hardware and software. Bids were accepted from Mary Hamilton for a 2002 Chevrolet Impala for $500 and Frontier Auto and Truck Parts for a 2006 Chevrolet pickup truck […]

Audio: Oh, the things you’ll find in the Missouri Unclaimed Property division

State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick and his staff have made some interesting unclaimed property findings.     The Unclaimed Property Division within the Missouri Treasurer’s Office is like a treasure chest of items with historical, sentimental and monetary value. Some rare items include a copy of a land grant from the 1850s with the signature of […]