Gilman City,

Officials at Gilman City Fair announce results from sheep and goat shows

KTTN has the results from sheep and goats judging Thursday evening at the Gilman City Fair. With the Supreme Champion Ram, it was Emily Anderson of Grant City. Reserve Champion honors went to Jordan Doty of Maryville. Doty also exhibited the Supreme Champion and Reserve Champion ewe and the Supreme Market lamb. The Reserve Market Lamb was exhibited by Denner Ernst of Woodburn, Iowa.
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Texas man charged in Harrison County after fleeing from law enforcement

A man from Houston, Texas, has been charged in Harrison County after he allegedly fled from law enforcement on June 15. Twenty-five-year-old Onyedikachi Hakeem Shodimu faces felony charges of resisting arrest, detention, or stop by fleeing, creating a substantial risk of serious injury or death to any person and third-degree assault, special victim. He also has been charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated. His bond is $25,000 cash or corporate surety.
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Harrison County,

Missing Harrison County teenager returned home safe

The teenage boy reported missing from New Hampton has been located and is described by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department as safely back home. No other information as to where Moreno was found was released by authorities. Fifteen-year-old Nicolas Moreno was listed on Tuesday morning as missing. The Harrison County...

Ridgeway Man Facing Felony Trio in Harrison County Court

A Ridgeway man faces three felony charges in Harrison County Court. Court documents say Ryan L. Wiley faces felony charges of endangering the welfare of a child, unlawful use of a weapon, and first-degree harassment. Records list all three charges from last Thursday. The court set Wiley’s bond at 100-thousand...
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4-Day Weather Forecast For Ridgeway

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Ridgeway: Friday, June 18: Mostly sunny then slight chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight; Saturday, June 19: Chance of showers and thunderstorms then mostly sunny during the day; while chance of
Harrison County,

Man from Houston Resists Arrest in Harrison County

A man from Houston was arrested in Harrison County Tuesday night. The Missouri Highway Patrol reports 25-year-old Onyedikachi H. Shodimu was arrested at 8:43 pm. He was charged with felony resisting arrest, felony assault on law enforcement, and a misdemeanor DWI on drugs. He was taken to Harrison County for...

Residents of Trenton and Albany injured in crash involving Peterbilt truck

Residents of Trenton and Albany sustained injuries in an accident involving a Peterbilt truck and a car five miles west of Cameron on the morning of June 18, 2021. The driver of the car, 24-year-old Dillan Pratt of Trenton, received moderate injuries, and his passenger, 24-year-old Elizabeth Bucklar of Albany, received minor injuries. Both were taken by ambulance to Mosaic Life Care. No injuries were reported for the truck driver, 69-year-old Charles Gray of Cameron.
Grant City,

Sheddrick, Fern 1932-2021 Grant City, Mo.

GRANT CITY, Mo. - Fern Sheddrick, 89, Grant City, Missouri passed away June 16, 2021. She was born April 20, 1932, to Clifford and Mildred Rinehart. Surviving are children Glenn Sheddrick of Los Angeles, California, Linda Sheddrick of Grant City, and Terry (Haley) Sheddrick also of Grant City; one granddaughter; three step-grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.
Gilman City,

Gilman City Fair Holds First Animal Shows

The Gilman City Fair began Thursday with the first of the animal shows. The Goat Shows and the Sheep Shows were held at Gilman City. Eli Ryals of Unionville exhibited the Supreme Champion Buck. Mary Kuene of Laclede had the Reserve Champion Buck. Gabriel Derks of King City showed the...
Decatur City,

Developer proposes PID to fund amenities

A real estate developer is proposing a public improvement district (PID) in Decatur, the first for the city. Rick Rosenburg with Development Planning and Financing Group Inc. presented a proposal to Decatur City Council Monday night for a PID in the Vista Park addition, a 90-acre master-planned community to be built between West Business U.S. 380 and West Thompson Street.
New Hampton,

Missing New Hampton Teen Located

Nicolas Moreno (Photo provided by Harrison County Sheriff's Office) The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office has reported that the missing New Hampton teen has been located. Fifteen-year old Nicolas Moreno was reported missing yesterday. It was believed he could be on his way to Iowa or Michigan. The Sheriff’s Office thanked...

Test Iowa Sites to Close

Graceland Test Iowa coordinator Jodi Seymour and nurse Amy Sherman shown at Graceland's designated Test Iowa site on the Lamoni campus. Photo by Graceland University. (Radio Iowa) The state’s free COVID-19 testing sites launched last April at the height of the pandemic will shut down next month. The Iowa Department...

Abnormally dry conditions persist in northern Missouri

The U. S. Drought Monitor Map of Missouri for this week shows moderate drought and abnormally dry conditions in Northern Missouri as well as in the eastern part of the state. The map was released on June 17th and is based on conditions as of June 15th. The northern part...

Melcher-Dallas Softball Wins, Baseball Clubbed By Lamoni

Melcher-Dallas’ softball squad knocked off Lamoni 11-1, while their baseball squad were clobbered by Lamoni for the second time this season as they lost 15-1. The Saints’ softball squad got a tremendous performance from freshman Paetyn Anderson, as she went three for three with a home run and 5 RBIs. Kacey Enfield finished two for three with an RBI and two runs scored in the victory. With the win, Melcher-Dallas improves to 15-4 on the season.

Princeton School Board Receives Ballpark Project Grant Update

Princeton School Board members received updates on their grant application regarding financing to finance work for the Princeton Ball Park facility and summer maintenance work projects during their meeting held Monday night. The Department of Natural Resources Grant, being sought to provide a $250,000 to help finance three fields, a...