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BREAKING: Corps of Engineers announces local lake closings for government shutdown

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is preparing for the closure of all USACE-operated campgrounds and day-use parks nationwide beginning Tuesday, October 1, if the potential shutdown of the…

Fall-In-To Paris fills the downtown area with fun, fellowship, food and music

Fall-In-To Paris fills the downtown area with fun, fellowship, food and music

The popular annual Paris Area Chamber of Commerce Fall-In-To-Paris festival will be held this Saturday, Sept. 28, in the streets adjacent to the county courthouse and downtown Paris. The Paris…

Chili Contest, Extreme 5K and Little Mr & Miss Farmer part of Fall-In-To Paris

Chili Contest, Extreme 5K and Little Mr & Miss Farmer part of Fall-In-To Paris

The popular annual Paris Area Chamber of Commerce Fall-In-To-Paris festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 28, in the streets adjacent to the county courthouse and downtown Paris. The Paris…

NECAC to help homeowners

The North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC), a 12-county area not-for-profit social service, community health and public housing Community Action Agency, has been awarded a $10,500 grant to help people…

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…

Monroe County Fair 4-H Queen captures second runner-up at State Fair

Monroe County Fair 4-H Queen captures second runner-up at State Fair

Monroe County 4-H Fair Queen Roberta Burns, Cannon Kids, finished as second runner up at the Missouri State Fair Queen Contest. Contestants vying for the crown were judged in multiple…

Grain Belt Express could bring revenue

Grain Belt Express could bring revenue

During an informational meeting, on Wednesday, July 31, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, in Monroe City, local residents, including the Monroe County Commissioners and 40th District Representative Jim Hansen…

School registrations begin next week

School registrations begin next week

Registration day for Paris R-II and Madison C-3 will be Thursday. Aug. 8.  Paris R-II On Thursday, Aug. 8, Paris R-II School District will hold K-12 registration from 8 a.m.…

Sales Tax Holiday set for this weekend

Local residents can save money on Back To School supplies during the annual state sales tax holiday. However, it is not a holiday everywhere. Counties and cities can ‘opt out’…

The 44th Annual Mark Twain Old Threshers Reunion was a qualified success according to Old Threshers Committee President Angie Fields. “We had a great show this year,” said Fields. “We…