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Ian McCarthy, charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Officer Gary Michael, had a trial date set for January 2021 which has now been postponed to 2023. Officer Gary Michael was … more
The Clinton City Council met January 3 at City Hall. All members of the council were present, Mayor Greg Lowe presided. After saying the Pledge of Allegiance, the previous meeting's minutes were … more
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released the following statement on December 27, 2021, regarding isolation and quarantine guidelines surrounding COVID-19:“Given what we currently know … more
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released the following statement on December 27, 2021, regarding isolation and quarantine guidelines surrounding COVID-19:“Given what we currently know … more
Governor Mike Parson announced that Missouri's COVID-19 related State of Emergency will expire and not be renewed on December 31, 2021. Governor Parson first issued an Executive Order (EO) declaring … more
Policemen had their hands full, pulling over and arresting a local resident on December 27 in Clinton.Robert L. Elliot, was charged with felony resisting arrest, attempting to flee and creating a … more
After over a decade-long career in Missouri politics, U.S. Senator Roy Blunt will not seek re-election in 2022. And the field to replace him in Washington, D.C., is already a crowded one. Blunt, 71, … more
The Henry County Commission formally signed the 2022 budget at 9:30 a.m., January 4. The general revenue funds were significantly lower than last year's, however, the county was able to roll out a … more
More than 500 female wrestlers participated in Battle’s Wonder Woman Wrestling Tournament. The tournament was held in Columbia on Dec. 29-30 and had been postponed last year due to Covid.Over … more
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