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Perry Man Seriously Injured In UTV Crash

A Perry man is seriously injured after the UTV he was driving was struck by a vehicle yesterday afternoon.

The Highway Patrol reports the accident happened when 79 year old Frank Haiducek was crossing Route EE in his UTV when he drove into the path of 46 year old Andrea Carpenter of Shelbina. 29 more words

Suspect In Decades Old Murder Gets Change Of Venue

Martin Priest, the man charged with Capitol Murder in the case of Tammy Sue Rothganger who went missing in 1984, has been granted a change of venue. 88 more words

Bank Robbed In Columbia, Police Look For Suspect

Columbia Police are investigating a robbery at Central Bank of Boone County on Paris Road.

According to the police department, a male suspect entered the business, approached a teller and demanded money. 38 more words

Mexico Man Arrested For Making False Report About Dog

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is reporting a dog that was reported to have been found with black tape along Highway 54 near Route HH has gone home to his owners, and the Mexico man has been arrested for making a false report. 116 more words

Centralia Schools Superintendent Talks Enrollment for Upcoming Year

Centralia Public schools will be starting another school year next week.

Superintendent Darrin Ford says enrollment this year is around 1,390 students.


Centralia schools are back in session next Wednesday, August 22nd, and new teachers will be welcomed in starting tomorrow (Friday).

SSM Releases Information on Transfer of Ownership

St. Louis based SSM Health is releasing information this (Thursday) morning about the sale of its hospitals in Jefferson City and Mexico.

According to the SSM they have signed letters of intent with University Health Care to transfer ownership in Jefferson City and Mexico, as well as outpatient, home care, hospice and medical group locations throughout the region. 64 more words

Jury Awards Missouri Prison Guards Millions in Lawsuit

A Cole County Jury is awarding one hundred thirteen point seven million dollars to Missouri prison guards.

The jury awarded the money yesterday (Wednesday) to thirteen thousand current corrections officers and to those who worked at the Department of Corrections since 2007. 46 more words