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Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd announces appointment of new Chief Juvenile Officer for the Tenth Judicial Circuit

Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd announces appointment of new Chief Juvenile Officer for the Tenth Judicial Circuit

Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd, right, Presiding Judge of the Tenth Circuit, recently announced that she has appointed Nina Benoist Chasnoff as the new Chief Juvenile Officer for the Tenth Judicial…

Saturday, May 25 is designated as National Missing Children Day

Every year on May 25, Missourians are asked to remember the children who stare back from the posters of the missing. These are the faces of children who have been…

Survivor Luncheon scheduled for June 2

The 2013 Relay For Life of Monroe County “Movies” is now in overdrive! The Relay For Life of Monroe County organizing committee is looking forward to a great 2013 Relay…

Sequester can affect small towns through services and program cuts

Sequester can affect small towns through services and program cuts

By Monroe County Appeal intern and University of Missouri Journalism Senior Jared Grafman Two months after across-the-board budget cuts took effect throughout the nation, local organizations have adapted accordingly. The federal sequester…

Confined animal feeding operation to be built in Monroe County

The Monroe County Commissioners recently learned of a new confined animal feeding operation to be built in the southern portion of the county, off 15 Highway and slightly north of…

Samantha Painter, Danielle Herrin, Peyton Hook named 2013 Miss Madison Queens

Samantha Painter, Danielle Herrin, Peyton  Hook named 2013 Miss Madison Queens

The new 2013 Miss Madison Samantha Painter was crowned before a large crowd at the 2013 Miss Madison Pageant on Saturday, April 20, at Madison C-3 Schools. Also crowned 2013…

Two tornadoes touch down southeast of Paris

Two tornadoes touch down southeast of Paris

A slow moving storm system brought severe weather to the local area during the afternoon and evening hours of Wednesday, April 17.  Several rounds of heavy rainfall resulted in areas…

Monroe Manor seeks bids for new therapy building

Monroe Manor seeks bids for new therapy building

By  Denny Hollingsworth After years of consideration and months of specific planning, the Monroe County Nursing Home District board of directors unanimously approved a motion Monday night (April 8, 2013)…

Eastbound US 36 west of Shelbina Closed Due to Water over the Road Westbound Lanes Remain Open to Traffic

    HANNIBAL – Early this morning, Thursday, April 18, MoDOT has temporarily closed eastbound US 36 west of Shelbina and just east of Route FF due to water over…

Paris Rotary Club honors Top 5 R-II students at annual banquet

Paris Rotary Club honors Top 5 R-II students at annual banquet

The Paris Rotary Club held their 22nd Annual Top 5 Recognition Banquet, on Thursday, April 11, in the Paris R-II high school cafeteria. Recognized as the Top 5 in their…