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Audrain County deputies investigate after man found dead, suspects in custody, victim identified
Audrain County prosecutors charged Christopher Brickey, 18, of Laddonia, with First-Degree Murder and Armed Criminal Action. Brickey was booked into the Audrain County Jail and held without bond. An unnamed juvenile co-defendant was also taken into custody by the Sheriff's Office. ORIGINAL STORY:. The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office said they...
Callaway County traffic stop turns up 2,400 lethal doses of Fentanyl
The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office arrests two Fulton residents with a substantial amount of Fentanyl. It was Friday night, around 8:30 p.m., when deputies conducted a traffic stop on State Road Z near Fulton. The sheriff requested the Fulton Police Department’s K9 and he established probable cause to search the vehicle for drugs. During the search, deputies recovered 4.8 grams of Fentanyl which officials say is enough for 2,400 lethal doses.
Today the gas price is close to $2.82 in Martinsburg as of 2023-12-03. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.243, a week ago the price is $3.253 , according to AAA.
Fulton holds its 74th annual Christmas parade
FULTON - It's the most wonderful time of the year in Missouri's Christmas City as hundreds of eager onlookers celebrated the holiday season with Fulton's 74th annual Christmas parade. Families lined the streets of the city's historic brick district to watch more than a hundred floats, spanning from farming combines...
Weekly Safety Report: Columbia Man Sentenced, Shots Fired, and Double Murder Trial Scheduled in Boone County, Missouri
This week in Boone County, Missouri, there were three incidents of concern. A Columbia man was sentenced to four years in prison for hindering prosecution in connection with the murder of a Sturgeon man. Evidence of shots fired was found in central Columbia, damaging two homes but causing no injuries. Additionally, a Columbia man is scheduled for a jury trial for the alleged murder of two women earlier this month.
Amanda McCutcheon of Montgomery City, MO
Amanda McCutcheon of Montgomery City, MO joined the Real Rock Army today … brought to you by Sievers Equipment and Sievers JCB!. Amanda and her dad, Greg Stiles, listen to KSHE every morning. Amanda works as a cashier. Amanda has a 3 year old boy who loves to rock.
Dixie L. (Brown) Jingst
Dixie L. Jingst, 79, of Centralia, Missouri, passed away on Wednesday, November 29, 2023, at Pin Oaks Living Center in Mexico, Missouri. Funeral services will be held at 11 am on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, at Sutter Salem Bible Church in Sutter, Illinois, with burial to follow in the church cemetery. Visitation will be held at the church from 9 to 11 am on Tuesday directly before the service.
Walker picked as next Hallsville superintendent
HALLSVILLE, Mo. (KMIZ) Tyler Walker has been picked by the Hallsville Board of Education to be the district’s next superintendent, according to a Friday press release. Walker’s first day will be July 1, the release states. Superintendent John Downs will retire on June 30. Walker has been the superintendent of the Higbee R-8 School District The post Walker picked as next Hallsville superintendent appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Tina Marie Johns-Dukes (September 28, 1973 - November 23, 2023)
Tina Marie Johns-Dukes, age 50, of Mexico, Missouri, passed away Thursday, November 23, 2023, at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia. She was born September 28, 1973, in Columbia, a daughter of August Johns and Debbie Whittle. While in high school, Tina enjoyed running track and received several medals for her...
PFSbrands acquires Mid-Missouri grocer Moser’s Foods
Pro Food Systems (PFSbrands), the foodservice solutions company that operates brands like Champs Chicken and Hangar 54 Pizza, announced Tuesday that it plans to acquire mid-Missouri grocer Moser’s Foods. The acquisition will occur through Moser’s parent company, Show Me Oil, and is expected to close in March 2025.
Man purchases $100,000 winning scratchers ticket from Mexico convenience store
An Audrain County man is $100,000 richer after purchasing a Missouri Lottery scratchers ticket at a Mexico convenience store. The winner told officials he purchased the $20 “2,000,000 Sizzling Riches” tickets on a whim from the Mexico Fastlane on S. Clark Street. He says he plans to use the winnings to help cover college expenses for his daughter.
Columbia kidnapping and pursuit suspect has lengthy criminal record
Missouri’s Probation and Parole Board is expected to revoke the parole of a convicted Columbia felon who allegedly kidnapped a woman on Tuesday before leading Boone County Sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed pursuit involving speeds of more than 110 miles per hour. A Boone County judge has ordered...
Boone County woman seriously injured in Route B crash
A Harrisburg motorist suffers serious injuries in a one-vehicle crash on Route B in Boone County. Wednesday afternoon’s crash happened at about 3:50 on Route B, north of Akeman Bridge road. The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s crash report says 40-year-old Stephanie Hall of Harrisburg was driving too fast for conditions when her vehicle traveled off the side of the road and went down an embankment.
Hallsville Residents Invited to Participate in Local Christmas Drive
The City of Hallsville is organizing a Christmas drive to provide gifts for over 80 individuals in the community. Residents can participate by adopting an individual through City Hall's email. Donated gifts can be delivered to City Hall, with deadlines varying based on the donor's ability to wrap the gifts.
Missouri's Online Retail Tax and its Impact on Local Businesses and Holiday Sales
video by KY3 News - Springfield, Mo. • Missouri has implemented a new "Wayfair Tax" on online purchases from vendors outside the state. • The tax went into effect in Boone County on January 1st, impacting the county's first holiday season.
Fall 2023 News in Brief
Record Numbers of Blue Jays Flock to 2023 Homecoming and Family Weekend. The 2023 Homecoming and Family Weekend brought hundreds to campus for fast-paced celebrations that kept the Westminster community hopping from event to event. A record crowd filled the stands for the dedication of the Kent and Judith Mueller Stadium and Vicki Mueller Memorial Plaza, where the College witnessed a heartfelt dedication ceremony that placed the Mueller family front and center of the celebration at the 50-yard line of Blue Jay Field, along with President and Chief Transformation Officer Donald P. Lofe, Jr., and many others.
Mexico man arrested for attempting to kidnap girlfriend with a paint scraper
An Audrain County man is facing numerous charges for attempting to kidnap his girlfriend last week. The Mexico Department of Public Safety reports officers were called to the 900 block of Vance Road last Tuesday night in reference to someone being held against their will. The caller told police the man was holding a hatchet to his girlfriend’s throat.
Harmony in Community: Montgomery City Celebrates Music and Unity
Montgomery City, Missouri, celebrates a new chapter in its local culture with Amanda McCutcheon's induction into the Real Rock Army, a testament to the power of music in shaping community ties. Amanda, a fervent supporter of KSHE radio, stands as a symbol of the town's vibrant rock music scene alongside her father, Greg Stiles, and her young son. The Real Rock Army, backed by Sievers Equipment and Sievers JCB, is more than a fan club; it's a fellowship that echoes the town's collective rhythm, offering members like Amanda a sense of belonging and recognition.
The End of Centralia's Graffiti Highway: Art, History, and Reclamation
Centralia, Pennsylvania's Graffiti Highway, a symbol of artistic rebellion amidst the adversity of a persistent mine fire, has met its end. The once-thriving coal mining town transformed into an almost uninhabited ghost town after a mine fire ignited in 1962, a blaze expected to burn for centuries. As the town emptied, the abandoned stretch of Route 61 became a canvas for graffiti artists, its asphalt layered with a colorful tapestry of paint, becoming an unofficial landmark known for its anarchic beauty.
Centralia’s Friendship Church Thanksgiving meal feeds hundreds
Sometimes the sound of hundreds of pairs of silverware can be music. For more than 300 people it was, Thanksgiving morning, November 23 at Centralia’s Friendship Place. “This is wonderful,” first-time visitor Randy Simmons, there with their neighbors, Ken, and Cindy Manola. The Manolas, originally from Colorado and...