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Warrants Issued for Subjects in Recent Shooting
At 10:45 p.m., November 21, officers of the Hannibal Police Department were dispatched to the 1700 block of Park Ave for a report of a shooting....

Sarah Ray, FFA Sponsor and Agriculture Instructor at Mark Twain High School, receives her award from Nathan Scott representing RAM Trucks and NAAE President Terry Rieckman. Mark Twain Agriculture Teacher Selected for Professional...
Sarah Ray, agricultural educator at Mark Twain High School in Center, Mo. is one of a select group of agriculture teachers nationwide who received...

PSC hits Monroe City for Grain Belt hearings Public has input for...
The scene was set and the lines were clearly drawn in Monroe City last week as the Missouri Public Service Commission kicked off a series of...

Pictured from left to right are Ralls County Deputy Clerk Roseanne Epperson, Deputy Clerk
Terry Ross, Deputy Clerk Karen Huff, Ralls County Associate Judge David
Mobley,  Ralls County Circuit Clerk Gina Jameson, Presiding Circuit Judge
Rachel Bringer Shepherd Tenth Circuit Receives O’Toole Award
On  Friday,  December  9,  2016,  Presiding  Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd hosted  a  reception at the Marion County Courthouse in Palmyra in...

Kenzie Ogle goes up for a shot in the December 2 game at Marion County. Lady Tigers Defeat Marion County
On Friday, December 2, the Mark Twain Lady Tigers traveled to Marion County for a varsity contest. Mark Twain handily defeated Marion County...

Mark Twain Lady Tigers and their coaches are pictured with their second place tournament trophy after the MTJH Tournament championship game against Canton on Thursday, December 1. JH Lady Tigers Take Second in MTJH Tournament
The Mark Twain Junior High Tournament ran from Monday, November 28 through Thursday, December 1. The Lady Tigers defeated Palmyra in an upset...

RCE Second Grade Students Raise and Release Monarch Butterflies
The second grade students at Ralls County Elementary gathered outside the new school on October 5th to release Monarch butterflies. The butterflies...

Nash Simmons stands beside his shop with his 1934 Dodge Roadster pickup. Simmons takes the truck to car shows and drives it in parade Love of Old Cars Leads to Thriving Business
Nash Simmons fell in love with old cars at an early age. “My grandpa was big into cars and old signs,” he said. “I was at a lot of car shows.” He...

Janes Now Multi-state Surveyor
Janes Surveying, Inc., of Palmyra is pleased to announce that Jason Janes, President, has obtained his license as a professional land surveyor in the state of Kansas. He...
Board of Equalization to review Property Values
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION TO REVIEW PROPERTY VALUES Sandy Lanier, Clerk of Ralls County, announces that the Board of Equalization will begin meetings at 9:00 a.m., July...
Celebrate Juneteenth in Hannibal
Jim’s Journey: The Huck Finn Freedom Center invites the community to join in the community freedom celebration on Sunday, June 19th, from 1-5 p.m. Tours of Hannibal’s...
August 5, Tractor and Car Show
The Sesquicentennial Celebration will feature classic cars, trucks, motorcycles, antique tractors and garden tractors on Friday night, August 5th. The event will take...
Tyler Elledge #22 makes a 49-yard run for the end zone for his second touchdown in less than 2 minutes of the third quarter of Fridays game against the Van-Far Indians. Tigers Keep Farmers Cup
The Mark Twain Tigers played host to the Van-Far Indians this past Friday in what has come to be known as The Farmers Cup. The second annual...

New Restaurant Open In Hannibal
Quality Inn & Suites of Hannibalhas opened a restaurant. "Our Kitchen Table" is a full service restaurant open daily. All You Can Eat Buffet available. Sarah...
NECAC outlines changes coming to energy assistance programs
The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) is advising area residents about changes in energy assistance programs. The Missouri Department of...