MENU

      RoundUp: suspicious fire, water supply & a domestic argument





















      Dionne: ORHC on the right path




      The newest CEO of Ottumwa Regional Health Center anticipates so much success, they may need a remodel or expansion due to the influx of patients.




      __________________________________________










      Suspicious Keokuk fire




      23-year-old man charged with 2nd-degree arson



      __________________________________________
























      Conservation asks to move Assistant Naturalist to full time




      The Lee County Board of Supervisors has been budget conscious for several years when it comes to requests such as the one Conservation Director Tom Buckley asked for on Tuesday at the board's regular meeting.

      ___________________________________________

      More Stories Below














      ___________________________________________










      Moberly water supply in good shape




      Moberly Utility Officials are watching the levels at Sugar Creek Lake, which is the city's drinking water supply.



      ___________________________________________






















      Nixon gets historic endorsement


      Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has received a historic endorsement.

      ___________________________________________





















































      Domestic argument ends in flames


      Authorities are looking for a person of interest after they say a domestic argument in Columbia ended in an apartment fire.

      ___________________________________________




















































      Find out what's popular on Twitter



      component-story-more_media_horiz-v1-01
      FOLLOW US ON TWITTER