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Four dead after Thanksgiving night crash on I-44

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Four Greene County adults are dead and a child is injured today after a multi-vehicle crash on Thanksgiving night on I-44. The crash at about 9:50 p.m. near the intersection with West Chestnut Expressway occurred when an eastbound Ram 1500 pickup truck struck the rear of an eastbound SUV and then crossed […]
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Two Men Were Seriously Injured In Laclede County Collision

Two people were injured in a two vehicle traffic accident Thanksgiving afternoon on Highway 32, five miles east of Falcon. The highway patrol says a 2015 Chevrolet Malibu, driven by 21-year-old Devin M. Denigan of Lebanon, crossed the center of the roadway and collided head-on with a 1996 Ford Ranger, driven by 63-year-old Mark W. Croslow of Plato.

Lebanon woman seriously injured in crash 5 miles north of her hometown

A Laclede Count woman is seriously injured in an accident just north of her hometown. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports Shelby Dalton, 30, of Lebanon, was driving on Highway 5 early Friday morning when she struck the back of a vehicle. Both Shelby and her 11-year-old passenger were taken to Lake Regional Hospital for treatment. Dalton suffered serious injuries while the boy suffered minor injuries.
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LHS students ‘Serve Lebanon’ and Salvation Army

Six Lebanon High School students with the ‘Serve Lebanon’ program helped out at the Salvation Army Monday and Tuesday ahead of Thanksgiving. The students helped load food boxes which contained Thanksgiving meals and some students also served as volunteer bellringers, Salvation Army Director Sue Watson said. “We started out with 200 boxes for Thanksgiving, turkey and all the trimmings,” she said. For more on this story see the LCR.

Strafford man pleads guilty to kidnapping and manslaughter

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — One of two men charged in the 2019 murder and kidnapping of 34-year-old Elijah McReynolds has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. Online court records show that William Skaggs changed his plea on Monday (11/21/22) to guilty to charges of kidnapping and involuntary manslaughter under a plea agreement with Greene County […]

2 Recent Cases of Bird Flu Found in Missouri Backyard Chickens

The highly-contagious bird flu has been discovered in backyard chickens in two different Missouri counties recently according to the Missouri Department of Agriculture. The bulletin shared by the Missouri Department of Agriculture says this outbreak of the Avian Influenza (aka bird flu) has been found in Webster County, Missouri on November 22, 2022 and in Jackson County, Missouri on October 18, 2022.

Avian influenza in a chicken flock in Webster County confirmed

Federal officials have confirmed highly pathogenic avian influenza in a chicken flock in Webster County. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Veterinary Services Laboratory confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic influenza in the chicken layer flock. Samples were delivered to the N-V-S-L in Iowa for testing after a sudden increase in mortality in the flock. H-P-A-I is known to be deadly in domesticated poultry. Missouri Department of Agriculture veterinary officials have quarantined the affected premises, and birds on the property have been destroyed. Missouri saw 10 positive H-P-A-I cases earlier in 2022, six commercial farms, and four backyard flocks, impacting nearly 435-thousand birds. There were nearly 9-thousand laying hens destroyed in this most recent case. M-D-A Animal Health Division employees are working with federal partners on additional surveillance and testing in the areas around the affected flock. All poultry producers are encouraged to tighten their biosecurity practices around the farm. Producers should prevent contact between their birds and wild birds, and report sick birds or an unusual increase in death loss to a local veterinarian, or the state veterinarian’s office at the Missouri Department of Agriculture at 573-751-3377.
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Lebanon NAMI recognized as outreach champions

Lebanon National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) was awarded the Community Outreach Champion at NAMI Missouri's annual conference in October. This honor is in recognition of NAMI Lebanon’s dedication and commitment to identifying and developing programming designed to meet the specific needs of our community. “We have a wonderful...

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Fatal Crash in Springfield

Police are investigating a deadly crash over the weekend in Springfield. Officers. say Ronald McClellan from Buffalo was driving Eastbound on Division East of. Glenstone when his vehicle ran off the road and hit a utility pole. McClellan,. who was 61, died at a local hospital.

Sal Monella is known for crashing hundreds of Thanksgiving feasts

Make sure you haven’t invited an unwanted guest to your Thanksgiving gathering this year. Sal Monella is known for crashing hundreds of Thanksgiving feasts across the country each year, turning what should be a great Thanksgiving with friends and family into one that you’ll try hard to forget. Laclede County Health Department Head Nurse, Kim Smith, says there are some things you can do to keep Sal Monella away from your Thanksgiving meal…………..

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Community volunteers needed for Red Kettle Campaign

A Christmas tradition is now in progress with people ringing bells and seeking donations outside Walmart. The Salvation Army of Lebanon joins other chapters each year with the tradition of raising funds to help people in need. Last year’s Red Kettle Campaign raised about $68,000 through community donations and 85...

Gas Prices Heading South

Gas prices continue to slide downward in Missouri. Marshall Griffin has details:. Regular unleaded in the Lebanon area is now under 3.00 dollars a gallon.

Avian Influenza confirmed in southern Missouri

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza has been confirmed in a chicken layer flock in southern Missouri. State veterinarian Steve Strubberg says 10,000 hens in a pair of barns in Webster County were depopulated. “There’s a control area we’ll monitor closely with some required testing and we’ll be watching movements on and...
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Senior Angel Tree serves the forgotten

The Rusty Rooster is getting in the Christmas spirit by fostering a way to help others this holiday season. Inside the store, located downtown on Commercial Street, now has its Senior Angel Tree up and ready for community members to visit. Angels on the tree represent several of the residents of Christian Healthcare of Lebanon, North and South. “A lot of them are just wanting clothing, some want DVDs or Christian music, CDs, things like that,” explained store owner Wendy Brown. For more on this story see the LCR.
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Library looks merry and bright ahead of Festival of Trees event

The annual Festival of Trees at the Lebanon-Laclede County Library is decking the halls of the entry to the building, giving those in the community a way to show off their businesses and organizations in a cheery and bright way. “The Festival of Trees is something that we’ve always done here and we are trying to make it even bigger this year,” said Director of the library, Tina Chaney. “We still have some spaces available. A couple more trees went up over the weekend.” For more on this story see the LCR.