Last updateThu, 05 Dec 2013 3pm
Candidates seeking office in the citywide election next April may begin filing their official election paperwork for it this month. Candidacy filing begins on Tuesday, December 17 and ends on Tuesday, January 21. There are seats becoming open next spring on city councils, school boards, and ambulance districts.
A Steelville man has been charged with class A felony assault in the first degree after shooting another man on November 30. Michael Dennis Hartman, 44, admitted to shooting James Marty after an argument over a beer. Class A felonies hold a potential sentence of 10 to 30 years in prison if he is found guilty of the crime.
The Bourbon School District has issued an apology to parents for the inconvenience the late school cancellation this morning may have caused. The decision not to have school was based not only on the weather, but a possible threat to students.
A man known for having a lot to say will be saying it behind prison bars for the next three decades: A Franklin County judge has sentenced Jeffrey Weinhaus to serve 30 years in a Missouri state prison for crimes he committed against law enforcement officers in an armed showdown over a year ago.
• Governor urges Missourians to prepare for potentially hazardous conditions, avoid unnecessary travel, and watch for downed power lines in areas that may be affected by ice
JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today activated the State Emergency Operations Center for 24-hour a day operations in response to a winter storm system that threatens to bring freezing rain, sleet, snow and ice to much of Miss...
Santa Claus is gearing up for his Christmas deliveries and has once again contacted Dillard Mill State Historic Site near Davisville to grind up special oats for the reindeer. Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive at the site for the pick-up on Saturday, Dec. 14. Sponsored by Missouri State Parks, the public is invited to stop in to greet Santa and Mrs. Claus between noon and 2 p.m.