Lincoln County, MO

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LCSO recovers stolen property from burglary ring

Lincoln County, Mo. – In what is still an ongoing investigation, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office recovered stolen property on June 7 as part of a burglary ring. According to a statement from the Sheriff’s Office, a search warrant was executed on two storage lockers outside of Troy resulting in the recovery of stolen property valued at over $25,000.
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Live Your Best Life Fun Run

Live your best life fun run was held at Clonts field on June 5. The fun run was a fundraiser for Lincoln County Council On Aging. The funds will go back to feeding families in Lincoln County. A fun run is a run but contestants run through stations that have...
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Lincoln County Sheriff Department holds annual D.A.R.E. camp

Lincoln County, Mo. - The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office had it first responder day out at Redemption Ranch for the campers attending the D.A.R.E. Day Camp. The camp theme this year is “Choose Your Own Path.”. This could mean to have a positive attitude about camping, or choose a different...
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Donald Huber, Sr.

Donald J. Huber Sr. age 77 passed on May 18th, 2021. He was born in Lincoln County Missouri to Simon and Josephine (Hubach) Huber on May 21, 1943. Donald was the third of six children. He was preceded in death by his parents Simon and Josephine, an infant sibling, and younger brother Joseph Charles. Donald was also preceded in death by many close friends whom he missed deeply and held in high regard.

Patching operations scheduled for Missouri Route 147 in Lincoln County

Weather permitting, on June 24, MoDOT crews will be doing patching operations on Missouri Route 147 in Lincoln County. The road will be reduced to one lane at various locations between Route 47, and where state maintenance ends while the work is completed between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. that day. There will be a 10-foot. width restriction in place.
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Troy man charged with child molestation

Troy, Mo. - The Lincoln County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has charged a local man with sex crimes involving a minor. According to a probable cause statement from the Moscow Mills Police Department, an investigation was initiated on May 11 involving a past sexual assault. During that interview, the complainant alleged Gale Dickherber, 65, of Troy, had touched her 13-year-old son inappropriately on April 25.
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Lincoln County Century Farm families share their stories

Lincoln County, Mo. - Lovers of Missouri’s history descended upon the old Lincoln County Courthouse in downtown Troy on May 6 to discuss the stories of those who have fed the county – and the nation – for over a century. The Lincoln County Historical Society hosted a discussion on...

Former resident publishes History and Civil War in Rural Missouri

Lincoln County, Mo. - A Lincoln County resident claims that the book that he wrote was an accident. The book is called “History and Civil War in Rural Missouri” and focuses on the development of Silex, Millwood and Northwest Lincoln County. Patrick Stephen Sullivan grew up on a farm near...
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Two graduate Blessing-Rieman nursing program

Lincoln County, Mo. - Two Lincoln County students recently completed the Bachelor of Science programs in nursing at the Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Health Sciences as part of joint program with their current schools. Madison Lawless, of Silex, daughter of Tom Lawless and Pamela Harrell, earned her degree as...
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New Arts Council to be formed

Lincoln County, Mo. - Members of Lincoln County met together to discuss creating an arts council. The new up-and-coming arts council needed help with volunteers for the steering committee during its first meeting at the University of Missouri Extension Center on May 27. Lincoln County Arts Council is the name...
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Lincoln County students make SNHU’s dean’s, president’s lists

Troy, Mo. - Jason Southard and Christal Bowen, both from Troy, were each named to Southern New Hampshire University’s President’s List for the Winter 2021 Semester. Full-time students who have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.700 and above are named to the President’s List. Full-time status is achieved by earning 12 credits; undergraduate day students must earn 12 credits in fall or spring semester, and online students must earn 12 credits in either EW1 & EW2, EW3 & EW4, or EW5 & EW6.
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Lincoln County veterans memorialized at courthouse

That was the message guest speaker Roger Kiesey told the large crowd of supporters who packed the lawn of the Old Courthouse in Troy on May 31 for the Lincoln County Memorial Day Service. “We’re privileged,” he said. “Every one of us are privileged that we have men and women...
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Calvin, Kientzy selected for Missouri Agribusiness Academy

Lincoln County, Mo. - A pair of Lincoln County sophomores was recently selected to spend several days exploring careers in agriculture. Troy Buchanan High School’s Karson Calvin and Silex High School’s Natalie Kientzy are two of the 30 sophomores picked to participate in the Missouri Agribusiness Academy, to be held from June 7 to June 9 in the Mid-Missouri Region.
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Boone Center, Inc. Selling “Believe in Yourself” T-Shirts Proceeds will support employment programs for adults with disabilities

Lincoln County, Mo. - Boone Center, Inc. (BCI) — a nonprofit that supports and inspires adults with disabilities through employment opportunities— is holding a special T-shirt fundraiser June 1-18. The shirts are screen printed with the phrase “Believe in Yourself” and are available in five colors. “The phrase ‘Believe in...
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Lincoln County students honored by C-SC

Lincoln County, Mo. - Several Lincoln County students received honors at Culver-Stockton College during the Spring 2021 semester. Rhiannon Hyde from Moscow Mills has been named to the Spring 2021 President’s List. By completing academic coursework with 4.00 grade point average, while enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours, and no grade lower than a C, has resulted in this prestigious honor.