RoundUp: charged with burglary, heat wave and an economic development summit
State audit reveals financial shenanigans at CVP&DCoG in Centerville
For more than three years the executive director of Chariton Valley Planning & Development Council of Governments in Centerville ran her own kingdom.
Local 444 ratifies new three-year contract
United Steelworkers Local 444 ratified a new three-year labor agreement with Hennniges Automotive Profiles in Keokuk Friday.
Balloons coordinators seek $3,000, but get $750 from city commission
The Fort Madison Tourism Commission gave out some funding at its meeting Thursday night, but were frugal about it.
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Moberly man charged with six counts of burglary
A Moberly man arrested for his alleged role in a multi-county burglary ring has been charged with six counts of burglary.
Dangerous heat wave moves into region
Heat is forecast to return by Saturday and intensify next week.
Economic development summit
Gov. Jay Nixon and University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe will join utility executives and business leaders at an event designed to boost support for building small modular nuclear reactors in the state.
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