MSHP Reports Four Traffic Fatalities, Zero Boating Fatalities, & No...
Four people died in traffic crashes, no one died in boating crashes, and no one drowned during the 2016 July Fourth holiday counting period. The...

Missouri's Money Matters; $27 billion budget begins
Missouri's Money Matters; $27 billion budget begins JEFFERSON CITY -- For most Missourians, the first of July brings plans and preparation to...

Senate Leaders Respond to Veto of Gun Bill
Senate Leaders Respond to Veto of Gun Bill Jefferson City- Senate Republican leaders voiced their displeasure with the governor’s veto of Senate Bill 656. Passed during...

New Business Spotlight
By Sheryl Beadles An area man is “following in his dad's footsteps.” John Ellis has opened his own business, Anytime Service, LLC. Originally...

Amtrak Missouri River Runner Offers Kids Fare for State Fair Kids...
JEFFERSON CITY – Families planning to attend the Missouri State Fair August 11-21 in Sedalia can get a special $5 kids fare when they take the...

Little Or No Retirement Savings? Here Are 5 Tips That Can Help
Most Americans know they need to save more for retirement. But most Americans aren’t doing it. Just how bad off are some of them? A study by...

2015 Shelby County Queen Amanda Carpenter Queen Contest Held at the Shelby County Fair
Two young ladies competed for title of Shelby County Fair Queen on Tuesday, July 5. In the afternoon, the girls had a personal interview with the...

Shelby County Fair Little Mr. and Miss Contest
Nineteen boys and girls vied for the title of Little Mr. and Little Miss Shelby County at the Shelby County Fair on Tuesday, July 5. The 2015...

Photo: (seated) 2016 Shelby County Junior Queen, Amber Durbin and (back, left to right) 1st Runner Up Jena Hammond, 2015 Shelby County Junior Queen Callie and 2nd Runner Up Elisabeth Fugeat. Shelby County Junior Queen Contest
A contest was held for Shelby County Junior Queen on Tuesday, July 5 between the Little Mr. & Miss contest and the Queen contest. Five girls...

Sarah Margaret (Yance) Wilcox
Sarah Margaret (Yance) Wilcox, 95 of Moberly, died Sunday, July 10, 2016, at her home surrounded by her family. She had been in failing health. ...

Walter Joseph "Jody" Sayre
Walter Joseph "Jody" Sayre May 17, 1940 - July 13, 2016 Walter Joseph "Jody" Sayre, 76, of Kirksville, Missouri, passed away Wednesday (July 13, 2016) at Northeast...

Christopher "Logan" Kirkpatrick
Christopher "Logan" Kirkpatrick November 09, 1990 - July 11, 2016 Christopher Logan Kirkpatrick, age 25 of Marceline, died Monday, July 11, 2016...

Pictured 0-6 months (front row, left to right) Peyton Moore, daughter of Brad and Candace Moore, 1st place; Henley Young, daughter of Katelyn ad Robert Young, 2nd place; Hadley, daughter of Dakota and Michael Flowers and (back row, left to right) Kale Donaubauer, son of Kyle and Nicole Donaubauer, 1st place; Langston Scott Miller, son of Cody and Beth Miller, 2nd place; and Wyatt Redd, son of Alisha and Nick Redd, 3rd place. "You Oughta be in Pictures" Atlanta Homecoming Baby Show
The Atlanta Homecoming was held over the past weekend. As part of the entertainment, a baby show was held on Saturday, June 25 at 9:30 am at the...

L to R: 1st Runner Up  Rachel Pickens, daughter of Crystal and the late Flagen Pickens; 2nd Runner Up Houston Klamert, daughter of  Michael and Chastity Klamert;  2016 Homecoming Queen and Miss Congeniality Abigail Pickens, daughter of Crystal and the late Flagen Pickens; and 3rd Runner Up Angel Schwieter, daughter of Melanie and Rodney Schwieter. Atlanta Homecoming Queen and Little Mr. & Miss Atlanta

Its Parade time at the Atlanta Homecoming

THE LYCEUM THEATRE PRESENTS THE ARROW ROCK PREMIERE OF Agatha...
ARROW ROCK, Mo. (July 20, 2016) -- The Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre presents Agatha Christie’s mystery Murder on the Nile, July 23 through July 30,...

Social Unrest Spans Nearly a Century: Missouri Mining Riots of 1917
Social Unrest Spans Nearly a Century: Missouri Mining Riots of 1917 This summer's social unrest, which began last year with the outbreak of...

State Transportation Program Focuses on Safety, System Preservation
ST. LOUIS – The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, or “STIP,” approved today by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, is...