Maries County
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The Maries County Sheriff’s Office Belle Division announced separate drug and robbery arrests with charges filed against each suspects, both who remain jailed. Jeremy Happel, 31, of Vichy, … more
VIENNA — A researcher for the four-day school week was at the Maries R-1 School Board meeting with a presentation that gave board members solid data and information about the four-day school … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Auditor Nicole Galloway, who is running for governor against incumbent Gov. Mike Parson in 2020, addressed the press Jan. 30 at the Capitol. “I take my role as an … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, who has announced his candidacy to run for election in 2020, invited the press to the Capitol Jan. 30, followed by lunch at the Governor’s … more
BY ROXIE MURPHY Republican Staff Writer   Missouri Rock Island Trail, Inc., (MoRIT) received a $20,000 grant Feb. 4 from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s … more
The legacy of Karlee Jo Hallahan goes further than a 21-year-old lady with a skin disease. She touched lives with her infectious optimism, her ability to dream, her love of life. People who knew … more
There were a number of people who were trying to figure out where on the Maries River was the bridge located that was featured on the front page of this publication last week. It was not a trick, … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson focused on past achievements and future plans in the areas of workforce development and infrastructure improvements during his second State of the State … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Higher education funding would remain flat and K-12 schools would see small increases under Gov. Mike Parson’s proposed 2021 budget. The governor’s $31 billion … more
Two rainfall records were set in Maries County last week on Saturday and Sunday. According to the National Weather Service Forecast Office’s Daily Climate Report (DCR), rainfall total daily … more
Maries County, at least for the near future, will not have a medical marijuana manufacturing facility located within its borders as the two applicants for facilities, one in Vienna and one in Belle, … more
While many Rock Island Trail supporters are rejoicing in the recent Interim Trail Use agreement between the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and Ameren UE on the 144 miles of the former Rock … more
VIENNA —With no evidence aside from one state witness, a Phelps County jury deliberated for five hours before they declared they were unable to determine if Shad Lincoln is guilty of six felony … more
Missouri workers making minimum wage will see their pay increase 85 cents an hour to $9.45 beginning Jan. 1, 2020. Hard-working Missourians will see another wage increase to ring in the new year, … more
VIENNA — The Maries-Osage Ambulance District (MOAD) will be increasing its loaded mileage rate effective Jan. 1, 2020 from $16, which was an increase over the previous year, to a new, higher … more
ELDON — The former Rock Island line is now officially under an interim trail use agreement with the Department of Natural Resources, according to Missouri State Parks Interim Director Mike … more
JEFFERSON CITY – A complex weather system is expected to spread snow and ice across much of Missouri beginning Sunday morning and continuing into Monday. The Missouri Department of … more
One of the last things a Vienna man expected to encounter on the highway Monday night was a bear. Stan Schiermeier of Vienna, said he was driving northbound on Highway 63 Monday when at about … more
HERMANN — After an encouraging start for Gasconade County in terms of reporting on the prescribing and distribution of opioids — a rate below that of counties statewide taking part in a … more
The total number of influenza cases in Missouri recently surpassed the 1,500 mark, and the state has received three reports of influenza-associated deaths this season. As preparations are made for … more
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