Deepwater, MO

Clinton Police Arrest Report (6/27)

Amanda Lea Petry of Clinton, MO was arrested on 6/20/2022 for possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while revoked/suspended, and improper registration. Sean Michael Madson of Windsor, MO was issued a warrant on 6/20/2022 for an arrest warrant in another jurisdiction. Sheldon Richard Brown of...
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Double Fatality Accident In Henry County

A one-vehicle accident killed two Windsor residents Friday night in Calhoun. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, an eastbound 2006 Chevrolet, driven by 38-year-old Christopher S. McCartney of Windsor, was at 200 West Main in Calhoun, when the driver failed to negotiate a curve in the roadway, struck an embankment, traveled off the roadway and struck a tree.
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Winston man involved in two-vehicle crash in Henry County

A driver from Winston escaped injury while another driver was hurt in a two-vehicle accident on Sunday afternoon in Henry County. The driver of the car, 29-year-old Jordan Johnson of Clinton, received minor injuries and was taken to Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton located in west-central Missouri. The driver...


A 46-year-old Windsor man facing multiple sex-related felony charges for incidents nearly years ago who changed his plea in court and was sentenced to spend more than a half-decade in state prison last year is due back in court. In July of 2018, three juveniles alleged to authorities they were...

Lethal accident for two Windsor residents

HENRY COUNTY, Mo. – A single vehicle accident fatal for two Windsor residents over the weekend. According to Missouri Highway Patrol crash reports, the incident occurred at 12:00 a.m. Saturday on 200 W. Main St. in Calhoun. The driver, 39-year-old Christopher S. McCartney, was travelling eastbound when he failed to negotiate a curve, traveled off the roadway, and struck a tree.

New Illinois law seeks to prevent future water contaminations

QUINCY (WGEM) - Water supply disruption can not only be a inconvenience but can be dangerous as deadly diseases like Legionnaire’s can form under certain conditions. But a new Illinois law now requires water utility companies to alert places like healthcare facilities and senior living centers of water disruptions supply that could put people at risk.

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Care Connection plans to focus on its Grandparent Raising Grandchildren program under recently hired Family Caregiver Coordinator Tammy Wilkey. Wilkey plans to begin a monthly Grandparents Support Group from 1 to 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 7. The group will meet at the Warsaw Senior Center but will also be available online via Zoom for those unable to attend in person. The group will also meet at 1 p.m. on Aug. 4 and Sept. 1.

New Troopers Assigned to Troop H

Trooper Saxton Pliley (l) and Trooper Jackson Schmedding (r). Photo by Missouri State Highway Patrol. Two recent graduates of the Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy have been assigned to Troop H, headquartered in St. Joseph. Trooper Saxton Pliley of Jamesport has been assigned to Zone 10, serving Daviess and DeKalb...

Lincoln hosts inaugural 7-on-7 Blue Tiger Shootout

Lincoln hosted the first ever Blue Tiger Shootout on Saturday at Dwight T. Reed Stadium. The 7-on-7 football competition featured six teams, both local and statewide. Hometown teams Jefferson City and Capital City were joined by California and Camdenton from Mid-Missouri, along with Holt and Hazelwood East from the St. Louis area.

13u Storm Chasers Head To Quincy Wood Bat Today

The SC 13u Storm Chasers return to tournament play today as they head to the Quincy Wood Bat for a pair of pool play games tonight starting at 6 and 8pm. They will then play in elimination bracket play on Sunday. The Storm Chasers are 20-9 on the season with 2 tournaments left after this weekend. They will be in the GMB 4th of July Bash in O’Fallon next weekend and then the weekend of the 16th they will play at Osage Beach, Missouri in the GMB World Series.

Missouri man, woman dead after vehicle strikes a tree

HENRY COUNTY—Two people died in an accident just after midnight Saturday in Henry County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2006 Chevy passenger vehicle driven by Christopher S. McCartney, 38, Windsor, was eastbound in the 200 Block of West 8th Street in Windsor. The driver failed to negotiate...

June 27, 2022

Joan Mabry, age 75, of Appleton City, Missouri passed away Sunday, June 26, 2022 at Appleton City Manor…. The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved an agreement reached by parties in a natural gas rate case…. June 27, 2022 1:27 pm. Lillian Woods, age 74, passed away on Saturday, June...

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren; new support group in Warsaw to help non-traditional families

WARSAW, Mo. - For most, grandparenting means a weekend together every now and then, an afternoon play date, an evening babysitting, a summer vacation, or chats on the phone. But when life circumstances change—through divorce, the death of parents, incarceration, health issues or changes to a parent’s work or school-related responsibilities, for example—it often falls to grandparents to assume full or part-time responsibility for their grandchildren.
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Benton County Fair Underway This Weekend

It’s day one of the Benton County 4-H Youth Fair in Lincoln. Local 4-H and FFA members will be gathering today through Saturday to compete at various levels, including livestock, dairy and meat goats and horse shows, all taking place across the weekend. Here’s a look at the schedule...

Windsor to host its first Pride Festival

A turning point that led to the first Windsor Pride Festival, being held Saturday, was the overnight removal of a gay pride flag flown in 2019 at the Town Green. “I was talking to a friend at the Town Green and I said, hey, we should have a pride flag up here,” said Lorene Romero, the festival’s grand marshal, who served as president and CEO of the Windsor Chamber of Commerce. “After we put (the flag) up I sent pictures to the mayor, the town manager and the police chief so they’d know who did it.”
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Drake Harbor 4th Of July Fireworks Postponed Until August

If you’re planning to watch the fireworks display for the 4th of July at Drake Harbor, think again. Officials with the city say the event planned for July 2nd has been postponed until August 5th, due to the inability of the pyrotechnic company to be able to set off the displays.