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February 4 snowfall cancels school, closes courthouse

February 4 snowfall cancels school, closes courthouse

  Snow and Ice… Storm after storm seems to be barreling through Monroe County lately. The first storm brought a mix of ice and snow while the second storm, canceling school and other events dropped…

Local twins deploy together four times

Local twins deploy together four times

Story courtesy of 2nd Lt. Antonia Elena Pearse BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan – While many siblings have deployed together over the course of this war on terrorism, there are not many…

BREAKING: Ice and snow blanket Monroe County

BREAKING: Ice and snow blanket Monroe County

The ice is nice to look at but if you do not have to be out and about – have a nice home day! Thank you to MoDOT, Paris City…

“Pink Out” Game – Huge Success!

“Pink Out” Game – Huge Success!

The 2014 “Pink Out” Basketball game was a rousing success as witnessed by the volume of T-shirt and hoodie sales prior to the event and to the roars of the…

Former PHS student selected as Dickinson Scholar, at Mizzou

Former PHS student selected  as Dickinson Scholar, at Mizzou

Jaelyn Bergmann, Paris, was selected as a Dickinson Scholar at the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR). The Dickinson Scholars Program provides an opportunity for…

BREAKING NEWS: Winter Weather Making Traveling Treacherous In The Troop B Area

BREAKING NEWS: Winter Weather Making Traveling Treacherous In The Troop B Area

Captain James E. Wilt, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, would like to remind motorists that blowing snow and extremely cold temperatures will make traveling in Northeast Missouri dangerous for…

BREAKING NEWS: Motorists Advised to Stay Home During Latest Winter Storm

BREAKING NEWS: Motorists Advised to Stay Home During Latest Winter Storm

High winds and blowing snow across much of the state means motorists are advised to stay home and avoid travel until this storm ends. The Missouri Department of Transportation has…

LTC Callis named Educator of Year

LTC Callis named Educator of Year

U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Chad Callis has been named the Command General Staff College (CGSC) Military Educator of the Year for 2013. LTC Callis, 42, an instructor in Department of…

County Health Department releases January Schedule

• GENERAL “WALK-IN” CLINICS Clinic will include immunizations, blood pressures, and other health services. LOCATIONS: Monroe City Senior Nutrition Center from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. on Thursdays, Jan. 2, 9,…

NECAC awarded $432,960 for home repairs and emergency assistance

Don Patrick, president and chief executive officer of the 12-county area not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC), has announced that the agency has been awarded $432,960 in state funding…