Restoration of Geyer Hall at North Central Missouri College is expected to be done in two different phasesâ€”perhaps encompassing several years. North Central President Neil Nuttall last evening told trustees he will have plans to present and cost estimates this spring.
Three persons will be inducted into the North Central Missouri College Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday afternoon, February 15 during the Pirates and Lady Pirates basketball games with St. Louis Community College.
(MaryvilleDailyForum.com) - The Maryville City Council voted 4-1 at its regular meeting Monday night to ratchet up the minimum entry age for bars and taverns inside the city limits to 21 effective July 1.
A Chillicothe husband and wife were indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday for filing a false income tax return by not claiming the income from a wire fraud scheme in which the wife embezzled nearly $4 million from her employer, Burdg, Dunham & Associates Construction Corp. in Hamilton.
(KMOV.com) - Two sex offenders have recently walked away from a Missouri Department of Corrections facility. It is called the St. Louis Community Release Center and it is a place where paroled offenders can live while they work or go to school.
NEW YORK (AP) - Buoyed by his characteristically soaring spirit, the surging crowd around him and a pair of canes, Pete Seeger walked through the streets of Manhattan leading an Occupy Movement protest in 2011.
WESTMINSTER, Colo. (AP) -- Classes were canceled but counselors will be available to students after a 16-year-old boy set himself on fire at a suburban Denver high school in an apparent suicide attempt.
The Grundy R-5 girls are in the midst of a January losing streak, while the boys went 2-1 last week, including a one point win Friday night at North Mercer. The Panthers are in the Meadville Tournament this week.
JEFFERSON CITY â€“ Uncertainty about future federal funding, declining fuel tax proceeds and increasing costs of doing business have spurred the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to stop adding new projects to its five-year construction budget and to suspend its popular Cost-Share Program. The MHTC voted to do so at its January 8 meeting.