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Man Involved in High Speed Pursuit in Mexico Identified, Thirteen Arrests Since 2011

The man who took police on a pursuit in Mexico, Missouri Saturday night reportedly has 13 arrests since 2011.

According to Audrain County Sheriff Matt Oller, the pursuit happened around 11:30 when he noticed expired plates on a car being driven erratically on North Clark. 69 more words

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One Arrested After Boone County Pursuit

One man was arrested after a pursuit in Boone County early this morning.

Deputies attempted to stop Jack Lee Smith for expired tags when he refused to stop on Highway 63. 55 more words

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Honor Flight To Take Off Thursday

The first 2018 honor flight for the Central Missouri Honor Flight is set to take off on April 26.

The flight will take 110 veterans to Washington DC to view sights including the World War II Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, and Arlington Cemetery where they will be quietly and respectfully acknowledged during the Changing of the Guard. 23 more words

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Wellsville High School Honored

Wellsville High School was honored today with a silver banner for having 98% seat belt usage during the “It Only Takes One” campaign.

It Only Takes One is a statewide campaign among high school students that stresses the importance of making good decisions while on the road. 31 more words

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FFA Awards Being Announced from 90th Annual Convention in Columbia

Awards from the 90th annual Missouri FFA Convention are being announced.

There are 343 chapters in the state.

Audrain County placed 27th.

Centralia placed was the top chapter award winner for the Model of Innovation in the area of Building communities. 40 more words

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Centralia Police Arrest Columbia Man and Woman After Finding Methamphetamine in Vehicle

A Columbia man and Woman are in the Boone County Jail facing drug charges after an arrest last (Thursday) night by Centralia Police.

According to officers with the assistance of their K-9 over 96 grams was discovered in a vehicle around 8 last (Thursday) night. 46 more words

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Hazmat Investigates Substance At Missouri Capitol

A hazmat team responded to the state Capitol this morning after a senator received an envelope with a green powder inside.

The substance has been identified as a cancer causing pesticide according to a tweet from Senator Maria Chappelle Nadal. 39 more words

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