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To Feed Or Not To Feed

by Jamie Ebbesmeyer, Missouri Department of  Conservation Private Land Conservationist As the leaves turn and the cold winds blow, many of us start to think about the animals that will…

Monroe County Circuit Court News

Fine Collection Center Jefferson City Oct. 24 – Nov. 6, 2013 Anthony Baker – Shelbina; Failure to Wear Seatbelt – $10.00 Justin Derick Buckman – Madison; Failed to Display Plates…

County Collector Anita Dunkle announces tax bills to be mailed

County Collector Anita Dunkle  announces tax bills to be mailed

Monroe County Collector Anita Dunkle will mail the 2013 tax bills to county residents as early as Wednesday, Nov. 6 Dunkle reminds county residents that Missouri Law states that taxes…

Rep. Hansen Secures $1 million for Pike-Lincoln Technical Center

In a press release Friday Representative Jim Hansen (R-Frankford) announced that he had successfully secured $1 million to rebuild the local Pike-Lincoln Technical Center after it was destroyed by a…

Monroe County Circuit Court News

Collection Center Jefferson City Oct. 3 – Oct. 9, 2013 Trevor Daniel Abbott – Barnett; Failure to Wear Seatbelt – $10.00 Tamara Dee Bahr – Columbia; Speeding (Exceeded limit by…

Monroe County Land Transfers

Cabello, Hector A. & Barbara to Thorpe, Richard Roland, Paula to Hagan, F. Jane Schnitzler, Janice M. to Public Kuntz, Ramona Estate to Smith, Thomas J. & Barbara G. Federal…

Monroe County Circuit Court News

Collection Center Jefferson City Aug. 22 – Aug. 28 2013 Brittney Nicole Arnall – Blue Springs; Speeding (Exceeded limit by 6-10 m.p.h.) – $30.50 Lance E. Blackaby – Paris; Speeding…

Elk Fork Bridge to close for 20 days

Weather permitting, MO 154, 5 miles east of MO 15, will close on Monday, September 16th at 7:00 a.m. to begin rehabilitative work on the Elk Fork Salt River Bridge…

Flood of ’93 Retrospective to be shown at MW Boudreaux Memorial Visitor Center

Twenty years ago this month the Mississippi River reached its highest point in recorded history on the St. Louis gage. The river was only a few feet from the top…

Tenth Circuit Court adds video conferencing

Tenth Circuit Court adds video conferencing

Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd, Presiding Judge of the Tenth Circuit, recently announced that the Office of State Court Administrator has approved her requests for video conferencing equipment for each courthouse…