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Past articles by Danny:

MoDOT's overpass easement request tabled

HANNIBAL, Mo. — The planned replacement of the Third Street viaduct in Hannibal by the Missouri Department of Transportation was a point of discussion and action by the city council → Read More

City willing to accept subdivision infrastructure

HANNIBAL — With construction of the Minnow Creek Subdivision in Hannibal having been completed the subdivision’s LLC recently asked to dedicate its infrastructure to the city for public use. That → Read More

Council approves sale of Valley Street property

HANNIBAL — A parcel of land on Valley Street no longer has the distinction of being “city owned” following action by the Hannibal City Council during its Tuesday night meeting → Read More

Tourism Roadshow coming to Hannibal

Members of the Hannibal City Council have been formally invited to attend the Missouri Division of Tourism’s Tourism Roadshow. The invitation was extended during Tuesday night’s meeting of the council → Read More

Hannibal councilman's impeachment process begins

HANNIBAL, Mo. — The process of removing Stephan Franke from the Hannibal City Council formally began during Tuesday night’s council meeting with the presentation of the articles of impeachment. → Read More

Hannibal implementing new winter weather strategies

HANNIBAL — Following a 2021 winter precipitation-clearing season that was plagued by manpower shortages and equipment failures, the city of Hannibal has adopted new strategies that will be implemented in → Read More

Officials review what infrastructure bill means for Northeast Missouri

The $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act was signed into law by President Joe Biden on Monday, and officials in Missouri are exploring how it will directly impact the → Read More

City selling former hotel site

HANNIBAL — The transfer of city-owned property on Mark Twain Avenue in Hannibal was approved Tuesday night during a meeting of the city council at city hall. → Read More

Trout fishing resumes at Huckleberry Park pond

HANNIBAL — Local anglers have something different to try and catch in the Huckleberry Park pond following the release of 700 rainbow trout last week. → Read More

Resolution clarifies Hannibal's limb pick-up policy

HANNIBAL — A resolution clarifying the city’s policy regarding the collection of tree limbs was approved by the Hannibal City Council during its meeting Tuesday night at city hall. → Read More

Sales tax increase to appear on ballot Tuesday in Hannibal

Proposition 1, a proposal that would raise the city of Hannibal’s sales tax rate by one half cent, will appear on the Tuesday, Aug. 3, ballot. → Read More

Masks will be optional for Hannibal School District students

HANNIBAL — In a major change in the Hannibal School District’s pandemic prevention policy, the Hannibal Board of Education has approved starting the upcoming school year with the wearing of → Read More

Revisions to animal control ordinances under consideration

HANNIBAL, Mo. — Revisions to a number of Hannibal animal control ordinances, at least one of which dates back to the 1800s, will be up for consideration when the Hannibal → Read More

Hannibal seeks creation of an airport business plan

HANNIBAL, Mo. — In an effort to better utilize Hannibal Regional Airport, as well as other city-owned land that is located near the airport, the city and board of public → Read More

Hannibal releases 2021 street paving, repair plan

HANNIBAL, Mo. — It will be another busy year working on city streets based on the street paving and repair plan that was finalized this week by the Hannibal Roadway → Read More

Council considers street department job consolidation

The Hannibal Street Department could soon feature an additional full-time position. → Read More

Wastewater providing COVID-19 insights

HANNIBAL, Mo. — A connection between the COVID-19 virus and wastewater is being explored by researchers. Hannibal’s wastewater treatment plant is one of approximately 80 facilities across the state of → Read More

School district awaiting over $1.6 million in payments

HANNIBAL, Mo. — For many, a fiscal comparison between 2019 and 2020 is an apples to oranges proposition. At the end of October 2020 the Hannibal School District’s ledgers showed → Read More

Former hospital redevelopment plans take step forward

HANNIBAL, Mo. — Plans that would see the former Saint Elizabeth Hospital converted into senior housing took a step forward Tuesday night during the Hannibal City Council meeting at city → Read More

City to seek more front-line worker compensation

HANNIBAL — Two months after receiving reimbursement for a portion of the salary incurred by front-line police and fire personnel, the Hannibal City Council on Tuesday night approved submitting a → Read More