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Missouri Thanksgiving Traffic Deaths Down From Last Year

The Missouri State Patrol says eight people died in wrecks during this year’s Thanksgiving holida, which ran from last Wednesday evening through Sunday night. That number is down from 12 deaths last year. There were no boating crashes or boating fatalities, but there were two drownings. The patrol reports 414 wrecks in all, with 115 … Continue Reading Missouri Thanksgiving Traffic Deaths Down From Last Year

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Two Local Week-end Wrecks. Minor Injuries

Sunday morning wreck in Scotland county on Route D. A woman from Greentop suffered minor injuries. The patrol says 32 year old Candy Rowland ran off the road, hit an embankment, and turned over. A Kirksville teenager was hurt Saturday night just after 8:30 when he ran off the road in his pick-up and flipped … Continue Reading Two Local Week-end Wrecks. Minor Injuries

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Water Money Handed Out By The State

The state is handing out more than $400-million dollars to help communities with drinking water, wastewater, and storm run-off. Novinger will get $4.9 million for drinking water and about $200-thousand to improve water lines. Unionville also gets 5 million for stormwater. And Macon gets more than $3 million for stormwater work. The money came from … Continue Reading Water Money Handed Out By The State

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Man On Probation — Charged With Murder

A violent criminal who got a break from a judge — is now charged with murder. 25 year old John Murray admitted shooting a man multiple times, three years ago in Unionville. At the time, a judge in Sullivan county decided that instead of 10 years in prison….Murray could be out on probation. Now, Murray’s … Continue Reading Man On Probation — Charged With Murder

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Kirksville Christmas Parade Set

Sure sign of the holidays with plans announced for the Kirksville Kiwanis Christmas parade. It will step-off at 5:30 on November 26th. And it’s a parade with a purpose…you’re asked to donate gloves, hats, coats and scarves to help kids in need. And, if you want to be in the parade contact the kiwanis club.