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45th Annual Hannibal Folklife Festival

HANNIBAL. Mo. (KHQA) — People filled the streets of Hannibal’s historic Main Street today for the 45th Annual Hannibal Folklife Festival. The Hannibal Folklife Festival educates and celebrates the town's rich history. The festival showcases traditional craftsman, artists, performers and of course delicious foods. Every year, the festival brings in...
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Here’s the cheapest gas in Hannibal Saturday

(HANNIBAL, MO) Gas prices vary across in the Hannibal area, but if you’re willing to head for the cheapest station, you could be saving up to $0.13 per gallon. On Saturday the cheapest gallon of unleaded regular in the area was at Big River Oil Co at 1920 Orchard Ave. Regular there was listed at $2.87 per gallon Wednesday, compared to $3.0 at Shell at 2859 James Rd, which GasBuddy clocked as the most expensive station in the area.

Vendor sells Nazi gear at motorcycle rally

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A vendor at a major motorcycle rally in Florida briefly sold hats emblazoned with Nazi symbols, saying she considered them a tribute to World War II veterans who helped defeat the Germans. The vendor was selling the hats embroidered with swastikas and a skull-and-bones logo used by the Nazi SS at a stand during Biketoberfest, an ongoing festival that draws thousands of bikers to the Daytona Beach area this month. The vendor said she had sold the hats at other biker rallies around the country without complaint. The local Jewish federation expressed weary resignation, saying people abuse the First Amendment rights to spread propaganda.
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State looking for business tenant for former welcome center in Hannibal

JEFFERSON CITY — More than a year after it was shuttered as part of a budget-cutting move, the state is trying to lease the site of a visitor center in Hannibal. Gov. Mike Parson’s administration is seeking proposals from private companies to rent the 3.2-acre property on Highway 61, which includes a 1,500-square-foot building.

How SBLive’s Top 25 Missouri high school football teams fared in Week 8: One of state’s longest win streaks comes to end as Odessa falls to Excelsior Springs

Here’s how the Top 25 Missouri high school football teams fared in Week 8 action …. 1. Christian Brothers College (7-1) beat Rockhurst 41-10 After jumping out to a 28-3 lead in the first quarter, the Cadets put it on cruise control as they finished with 531 yards of total offense. Quarterback Patrick Heitert completed 16-of-22 passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns, and Jeremiyah Love rushed for 169 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries.

Santa Fe Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Santa Fe: Saturday, October 16: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Sunday, October 17: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Monday, October 18: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Tuesday, October 19: Mostly sunny during the

Top homes for sale in Hannibal

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Location is what this quaint cottage/bungalow style home has to offer! Positioned in Withers Mill between Palmyra and Hannibal Missouri! With a little inside

Rainy forecast for Hannibal? Jump on it!

(HANNIBAL, MO) Rain is set to put a damper on outdoor activities in Hannibal Friday, but it doesn’t have to stop you from getting things done. In fact, a grey, drippy day can be the perfect time for some activities — check out these ideas as well as your four-day forecast.

Former Northeast Missouri City Clerk Sentenced to Prison

ST. LOUIS – Tracey Ray, 48, of Center, Missouri, was sentenced today to eighteen months in federal prison and ordered to make restitution to the City of Center, Missouri in the amount of $314,889.59. Ray appeared before United States District Court Judge Rodney W. Sippel. Ray was the City Clerk of Center, Missouri for many years, since 2004. Beginning in January 2015 and continuing through July 2019, Ray engaged in a scheme to defraud and obtain money from Center, Missouri and its residents Continue Reading