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LaBinnah Bistro, award winning restaurant, offers great food, service, and charm in downtown historic Hannibal

LaBinnah Bistro, award winning restaurant, offers great food, service, and charm in downtown historic Hannibal

At the corner of Center and 5th Streets, in historic Hannibal, you can step through the doors of an 1870 Victorian home, into LaBinnah Bistro and find yourself in a…

Share the Harvest program a success

The Share the Harvest program in Missouri provides a way for deer hunters to donate venison to the needy. This program is administered by the Conservation Federation of Missouri and…

NECAC running out of utility assistance funds

The North East Community Action Corporation started the winter heating season Oct. 1 with $712,000 for utility assistance. Recently, less than $50,000 remained. Last year, NECAC did not run out…

Candidate filing ends for April 2 election

Filing ended for the April 2, municipal election at 5 p.m., on Tuesday, Jan. 15. The election will fill vacant seats on local, city and miscellaneous boards and councils. Local…

Two students organize school rivalry “Pink Out” game to benefit local county cancer patients

Two students organize school rivalry “Pink Out” game to benefit local county cancer patients

It is that time of year again – it is “Pink Out” time! Two Paris R-II students Lauren Embree and John DeOrnellis launched the “Pink Out Basketball” campaign last year…

Flu season to begin, take precautions

Flu season to begin, take precautions

It is flu season! The Monroe County Health Department would like to remind county residents that while there is not a high precedence of Influenza in Monroe County, flu season…

Tuesday, Jan. 15 last chance to file for office

It is not to late to file for available positions on local; boards and councils. Filing for the April 2, municipal election will end on Tuesday, Jan. 15. The election…

Eagle Days set for Clarksville, Jan. 26, 27

Every winter, the show-me-state welcomes record numbers of bald eagles and boasts some of the most plentiful viewing areas in all of the lower 48 states. The Missouri Department of…

Ralls County Cooperative to receive $300,000

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced the selection of recipients for grants and loans to help spur economic development and create or save jobs in rural communities in seven Midwestern…

Missouri State Fair Youth Scholarships due Feb. 1

The Feb. 1 deadline is approaching for high school seniors interested in applying for a Missouri State Fair Youth in Agriculture scholarship.  Thirty-six $1,000 scholarships and one supreme $2,500 scholarship…