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MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports nine people died during this year’s Thanksgiving holiday counting period--from 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 25, 2015, through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, November 29, 2015. Troopers investigated 544 traffic crashes, which included 150...
Russ Piscotta, "We will continue to fight for property rights and we will prevail."
Opponents of Grain Belt Express recently won another significant victory in their efforts to block construction of a proposed mega electric transmission line through Missouri. Last month, the Caldwell County Circuit Court found that a project franchise initially granted by the County, but later...
Wendy Chorot, New Polo Correspondent
Our new Polo correspondent, Wendy Chorot, is the published author of two Christian books, with contracts for three more. She writes under the penname Emma Broch Stuart and joins us here to talk about her books. In her non-fiction, Broken Umbrellas, Wendy shares her passion for seeing women and men...
Rural Carrier Randall Farmer with Braymer Postmaster Janet Brock
During a recent Million Mile achievement ceremony, Cowgill, MO, Rural Carrier Randall Farmer had the opportunity to share the joy of his Million Mile Award success with colleagues. Besides a collection of safe driving habits honed to perfection after many years of driving, Farmer also has a special...
Pictured from left to right. Liz Schuman, Linda Lambright, Sandy Trosper, Cameron Corbet
On Nov. 10, 2015 the Northwest Professionals on Aging group held an award luncheon in honor of Dr. Wally Carpenter a physician who dedicated his career to helping individuals all across Northwest Missouri and around the world. Sandy Trosper of Hamilton was nominated and accepted the award for...
Liberty League Rookie of the Year, Wiley Martin
TROY, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2015) – U.S. Merchant Marine Academy freshman fullback Wiley Martin (Polo, Mo.) was named the 2015 Liberty League Rookie of the Year on Wednesday morning when the league announced its postseason awards.  Martin was selected by the Liberty League coaches as the Rookie of the...
Make sure your turkey is safe!
Don’t get stuck with a turkey that’s too small for the feast or one that's frozen solid on Thanksgiving morning. Buying the right size turkey and planning ahead for defrost time can prevent Thanksgiving Day disasters. “If you want to have leftovers after Thanksgiving, make sure you buy one pound of...
The Braymer C4 School District held its regular monthly meeting on November 9, 2015, in Room 316 of the High School. President Larry Shoe and Board Secretary Vickie Davidson were present. Board members also present included Charles Bills, Jenny Bonham, Rachel Hunt, Kristi Moore and Mindy Tuck. Also...
Landowners in Illinois fight Clean Line
Today the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) approved Clean Line Energy Partners’ request to issue a Certificate of Public Necessity, granting permission to build its Grain Belt Express Clean Line (GBE).Grassroots group Block Grain Belt Express remains undaunted by today’s decision, and more...
In a vote of 2 to 1 the Hamilton Board of Aldermen passed a motion to support the BAM bicycle tour next June. Alderwoman Sherria Kavanaugh was absent from Wednesday’s meeting. The bicycle riders are requesting to use Hamilton as an overnight stay on their route from St. Joseph to Hannibal. They...

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