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GALLATIN, Mo. - The Honey Creek Bridge on Route 13 just south of Gallatin is now open. Crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation closed the bridge on Monday, July 6, for extensive repairs. MoDOT appreciates the patience of motorists during this necessary road closure. The 80-year old...
LATHROP, Mo. - Resurfacing, bridge repair and safety improvements are planned for Route 116 in Clinton and Caldwell counties. Contractors working with the Missouri Department of Transportation plan to resurface more than 10 miles of Route 116 from Route 33 (south) to Route D. The project will also...
Kendall Morgan driving the Farmall with Bob Blades riding shotgun on the power binder pulling out large weeds among the oats being fed along the belt.
Long before the Missouri Gas & Steam Engine show is scheduled to begin, preparations are already underway. On a field owned by Walker’s, members of the Gas & Steam Engine Association have gathered to bind oats using an antique McCormick Deering binder. After an hour of hookups and...
The July meeting of the Braymer City Council was held with three council members present, Connie Keller was absent. Employees present were Tanya Mallory, Greg Prothero and Brandon Kehl. Under old business, the council discussed condeming properties and what to do. The city attorney suggested using...
John Deere tractor constructed of cans
(SEDALIA, Mo.) – Visitors to this year’s Missouri State Fair can help support the fight against hunger by participating in the Fair’s fifth annual food drive. Fair Director Mark Wolfe announced today that the food drive will also include a Canstruction® display, which will depict a John Deere...
State Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends!  Summer time is definitely here.  Please remember to check on your elderly neighbors and family.  Often times they do not turn their air conditioning on and these hot days can really take a toll on them.  If you work outdoors remember to drink plenty of fluids and take breaks to...
Missouri’s vast landscape, from the mountainous Ozarks to the wide river basin in Mid-Missouri, to the gently rolling hills and farmland that makes up the 21st District, is the perfect setting for an adventure. Missouri is also fortunate enough to offer 52 state-run parks and 35 state historic...
Marshall Tezon
Marshall Tezon, former co-publisher/owner of The Caldwell County News, passed away Monday afternoon at a hospital in Kansas City. Anne and Marshall owned and published The Caldwell County Newspaper for several years and lived in the Hamilton community before moving to Cameron and then retiring to...
Cody Rossman's Penney Pencher is pulled from the bushes.
During the Hamilton Mud Run Saturday this modified mud runner "Penney Pencher" driven by Cody Rossman, added to the excitement of the evening when his car became airborne and rolled over once during the Open Class Fast Track event. 
This Hamilton resident got tired of waiting for the city to fill his potholes.
The board of aldermen of Hamilton held their monthly meeting on Wednesday. All board members and the mayor, city administrator and city clerk were present. Robert Cowherd, the city’s attorney was absent. Alderwoman Kavanaugh questioned a bill from Wal-Mart for cleaning supplies stating that those...

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