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AREA MAN CHARGED AFTER DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE
A Marshall man has been charged with a felony after a reported disturbance on November 30. According to the Saline County Sheriff’s Office, the department responded to a 911 at a residence at 3:13 p.m. Authorities arrived on scene an learned that Robbin Litton was allegedly creating a disturbance after getting into an argument with a female victim.
The gas price fluctuate between $2.84 and $2.92 in Brunswick as of 2023-12-10. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.158, a week ago the price is $3.243 , according to AAA.
Area residents injured in accident involving trash truck
CALDWELL COUNTY, Mo. - A vehicle accident this morning injured two area residents. Missouri State Highway patrol says Christopher Stockman, 51, of Slater, was the driver of a commercial trash truck that reportedly skidded out of control three miles south of Braymer, on Route A, at KK. After skidding into northbound A, the truck overturned onto its side, blocking both lanes.
City of Miami Plans for New Terminal at Regional Airport
Discover the exciting plans for a new terminal at the Miami Regional Airport. With an estimated cost of $2.5 million, this project aims to accommodate growing passenger numbers and expanding operations. Construction is set to start in May and complete by February 2025.
Hallsville defeats Salisbury for Centralia Basketball Invitational Championship
Centralia — The Hallsville Indians and the Salisbury Panthers faced each other in the championship game of the Centralia Basketball Invitational. The Indians defeated the top seeded Panthers 67-50. Junior Isaac Stinson lead the way for the Indians with 16. Check out thee highlights above!
CITY COUNCIL APPROVES 2024 BUDGET
The Slater City Council approved the 2024 budget during its meeting on Tuesday, December 5. City Administrator Gene Griffith says the city is operating on a budget of about $6.1 million, including grants and extra funding. Griffith also says there are a lot of projects the city is hoping to accomplish in 2024.
Lost: Two dogs in the Mount Olive Road area
Two Beagles went missing recently in the Mount Olive Road area south of Marshall. One is a male wearing an orange and white collar, the other is a female wearing a red collar. If found, please call (660) 631-3270.
“I VOTED” STICKER CONTEST WINNER ANNOUNCED
Saline County Clerk Brittni Burton has announced the winner of the county’s “I Voted” sticker contest. Mattie Weaver, of Marshall took first place in the contest. Weaver had a total of 346 votes, Haylee Lent has 93 votes, and Michelle Lin had 75 votes. Weaver says she...
MSHP attributes serious injury accident to roads impacted by ice, snow
Officials with the Missouri State Highway Patrol believe Saturday’s snowstorm was a significant factor in a single-vehicle accident, which severely injured a Hale woman. Karen Wood, 64, sustained serious injuries and later transported to North Kansas City Hospital by paramedics with the Cameron Ambulance District following an accident Saturday evening while she traveled in the eastbound lane of US 36 Highway.
Swift, experienced Meadville squad cruise by Tolton in Norm Stewart Classic
Two teams riding a wave of momentum clashed in the Norm Stewart Classic on Thursday, as the 4-0 Meadville Eagles took on Tolton. Slick shooting and timely adjustments led to a commanding 60-29 Meadville victory at Mizzou Arena. “We just didn’t compete,” Tolton coach Aqua Bradley said. “Those are things...
CCAD Board meets Tuesday
CARROLLTON — The Carroll County Ambulance District Board meets in regular session Tuesday evening. 2024 elections and audit services will be discussed. New business on the agenda includes the budget, rates, wages, benefits and auto and umbrella insurance for 2024. Time is reserved to enter closed session if needed.
Early morning crash on Highway 36 near Meadville injures one
In the early hours of December 4, 2023, at approximately 6:00 a.m., a traffic accident occurred on Highway 36, about five miles west of Meadville, Missouri. The incident involved a 1998 Jeep Wrangler driven by Eric L. Miller, a 30-year-old man from Brookfield, Missouri. According to the Missouri State Highway...
Ongoing drought conditions could affect future Christmas tree growing
MARSHALL – Persistent drought across the state and oppressive heat could hurt the future supply of Christmas trees. Stewart Hooper is the owner of S&K Christmas Tree Farm and Craft Shoppe in Marshall. Hooper started in 2015 planting his first 1,000 trees, and now has 4 to 5 acres full of trees.
Three-car crash on Highway 210 injures Carrollton man
In the early hours of December 2, 2023, a traffic incident occurred on Highway 210 just west of Highway 291 in Jackson County, Missouri. The collision, which happened at approximately 1:51 a.m., involved three vehicles and resulted in multiple injuries. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that the crash occurred...
COMMUNITY CHORUS TO PRESENT HOLIDAY CONCERTS
The Marshall Community Chorus is excited to share news of their upcoming holiday concert series On This Quiet Night. The forty-voice choir, under the direction of Ron Sayer, will present their annual musical gift to the community in two performances: 7 p.m. Saturday, December 16, and 2 p.m. Sunday, December 17.
AWARDS PRESENTED AT MVC STUDENT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
More than 130 students shared their academic, creative and professional work December 4 at the 2023 Missouri Valley College Student Research Symposium. This was the first symposium to be highlighted by the presentation of four $500 academic scholarships to the Excellence in Student Research winners. “The Symposium was outstanding,” said...
COMMISSION ACCEPTS EMPG GRANT INTO BUDGET
The Saline County Commission approved a motion to accept grand funds into the county budget during its meeting on Wednesday, December 6. Presiding Commissioner Becky Plattner said the commission received a letter from the Emergency State Management Agency regarding an Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG). The total award amount was...
Moberly, Boonville, Salisbury, and Lady Panthers Triumph in Opening Round of Centralia Invitational
• The 68th annual Centralia Invitational basketball tournament began with four opening round games in the girls bracket. • Moberly won convincingly against Van-Far with a score of 61-15, while Boonville defeated North Callaway 54-40.
Claire Hudson & DJ Long propel Mexico Bulldogs basketball over Marshall
MEXICO - Both the boys and girls basketball teams won games against Marshall Tuesday night. The girls started the night trailing in the first quarter. A switch to a full-court press played into their favor, and then the points followed. Especially from Claire Hudson. The junior scored 26 of Mexico's...