Meg Duncan, Herald-Whig

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Past articles by Meg:

Housing Crisis Town Hall tackles local problems

PALMYRA — A group gathered at Northeast Power in Palmyra today for a Housing Town Hall in an effort to find solutions to the current housing crises that rural areas → Read More

Harvest Ministries finds a permanent home

HANNIBAL — Harvest Outreach will have a place to call home for the first time since the program began serving individuals in need in 1999. → Read More

Marijuana in Missouri: From criminal to recreational

HANNIBAL — Last week, Missouri voters made the decision to legalize marijuana for recreational use for those over the age of 21 with 53% of voters supporting Amendment 3, which → Read More

New Hannibal-LaGrange University announces new vision for school

The new president of Hannibal LaGrange University announced a new vision for the school after nine months of challenges for the school. → Read More

The first Hannibal Band Day for one, the last for another

HANNIBAL — Darren Lillard was once a student marching down Broadway in Hannibal’s Band Day leading the Clark County High School Marching Band as a drum major. → Read More

Final Honor Flight of the year welcomed home

HANNIBAL — Robert Thomas stood before the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Thursday afternoon and placed a bracelet in memory of an Air Force pilot who is still missing in action today. → Read More

Meet Aurora: The new therapy dog at Ralls County Elementary

CENTER, Mo. — When the new year begins at Ralls County Elementary next week, there will be one new employee especially excited to greet students. → Read More

The Cole McDonald Impact Project: For anyone who has an idea

NEW LONDON, Mo. — For anyone who has an idea they don’t know what to do with or a business venture they aren’t sure how to follow, this could be → Read More

Hannibal Riverfront: A busy port

HANNIBAL — It continues to be a busy summer at the Hannibal riverfront as more than 50 large passenger boats have been scheduled to dock in America’s hometown since the → Read More

The official Tom and Becky: Azariah Tucker and Koryn Miller

HANNIBAL — The crowd grew quiet in Central Park as first Becky, then Tom, tiptoed around the potential Tom and Beckys who were hoping to receive the kiss that would → Read More

National Tom Sawyer Days starts this week

HANNIBAL — This weekend will start with a bang as Hannibal Fourth of July festivities go into full swing. → Read More

Veterans celebrate return of the Great River Honor Flight

QUINCY, Ill. — Bob Baumbach, of Des Peres, Mo., fought tears while reading through letters from two Quincy elementary schools in appreciation of his service as an airman during the → Read More

The baby formula shortage: a national crisis felt by local parents

Jenna Haynes and Marcus Lilley sat across the table with car seats on each side of them holding their newborn twins, Madilynn and Adilynn. Lilley shook his head and looked → Read More

Twain on Main weekend has Wild West character

HANNIBAL — Hannibal will relive Mark Twain’s version of the Old West from his 1872 novel “Roughing It” as a downtown street steps back into the western era on Memorial → Read More

Harvest House expansion brings hope to the community

Trent Salzman surrendered his life to recovery from addiction about five months ago in a cell at the Marion County Jail. → Read More

Parents as Teacher's Big Truck Rally returns to Palmyra

PALMYRA, Mo. — When 7-year-old Zeke LaSala was asked what his favorite thing was at the Big Truck Rally, which was hosted by Palmyra Parents as Teachers Tuesday evening, he → Read More

Nominations for 20 Under 40 now open

QUINCY, Ill. — Nominations for the 20 Under 40 of 2022 are now open. → Read More

The bottom line of Hannibal tourism

HANNIBAL — Megan Rapp believes everyone should be invested in bringing more people to Hannibal. → Read More

Family takes over Hannibal's Garth Mansion

On a wraparound porch just begging for people to sit for tea and conversation, the front door creaked open and Mary Hackmann extended a hand and a warm smile. → Read More

'Mark Twain Himself' to open in downtown Hannibal

HANNIBAL — When Richard Garey performs his one-man show “Mark Twain Himself” he wants people to leave feeling like they’ve just spent an hour with Samuel Clemens. → Read More