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Past articles by Trevor:

Continental Cement workers are striking in Hannibal

HANNIBAL — Members of the United Steelworkers Local 11-205 Union chapter are on strike at Continental Cement Co., as of 4 a.m. Wednesday morning after a contract wasn't reached between → Read More

Hannibal airport terminal improvement project moves forward

HANNIBAL — The Hannibal Regional Airport's terminal building will soon receive necessary interior and exterior repairs following the approval of a $79,013 aviation project consultant agreement during the Hannibal City → Read More

Meet Hook, Hannibal High School's therapy dog

HANNIBAL — Students and faculty members at Hannibal High School have welcomed a new member to the Pirate family with open arms — Hook, the new therapy dog. → Read More

City Council approves various improvement projects

HANNIBAL — A variety of improvement projects will proceed in the coming months after Tuesday's Hannibal City Council meeting. → Read More

HBPW, Hannibal council agree to halt stormwater proposal, form citizens' committee

HANNIBAL — The issue of how to fund repairs for Hannibal's aging storm water system was a key topic during the Hannibal City Council's Tuesday meeting, with Hannibal Board of → Read More

U.S. 61 Expressway study gains renewed momentum

HANNIBAL — A potential U.S. 61 Expressway was first reviewed in 1996, and a new study is underway to gather feedback and review potential options if the project is to → Read More

Police: Argument led to shooting death of Hannibal man

HANNIBAL — An argument allegedly led to the shooting death of Anthony Migel Miller, 24, of Hannibal, late Saturday night, according to a probable cause statement from the Hannibal Police → Read More

NECAC, developer optimistic about St. Elizabeth's Hospital senior housing proposal

The North East Community Action Corporation and Illinois developer, 3 Diamond Development, are working together on a new endeavor to transform St. Elizabeth's Hospital into a senior living facility. → Read More

Latest WRDA provides funding for Hannibal work

HANNIBAL — Hannibal is set to received $3.5 million for storm water repair projects as part of the Water Resources Development Act of 2022. → Read More

Plans for Hannibal Regional Airport, Lakeside Technology Park aim for regional growth

Plans are in the works to transfer Hannibal Regional Airport and Lakeside Technology Park to the Marion-Ralls Regional Port Authority and Hannibal Regional Economic Development Council, creating new possibilities for → Read More

Hannibal council approves Community Improvement District boundaries

HANNIBAL — Plans for a Community Improvement District in Hannibal progressed further during the Hannibal City Council meeting after Hannibal Regional Economic Development Council Executive Director Corey Mehaffy presented a → Read More

Graves commends NEMO broadband expansion efforts during Monroe City stop

MONROE CITY, Mo. — U.S. Rep. Sam Graves met with officials from Chariton Valley on Tuesday, expressing his support for the expanding scope and pace of projects bringing broadband internet → Read More

MoDOT crews prepare for winter amid continued staffing shortage

HANNIBAL — Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) crew members fanned out throughout the region Thursday for their annual statewide winter weather drill, preparing for future storms as they adapted to → Read More

Hannibal to review towing company rotation

Representatives from several area towing companies voiced concerns regarding Hannibal's current towing list, and city officials will begin to seek a solution after hearing various viewpoints at Tuesday's City Council → Read More

Hannibal council reviews amended Community Improvement District boundaries

HANNIBAL — Plans for Hannibal's Community Improvement District evolved with amended district boundaries on Tuesday's Hannibal City Council meeting. → Read More

Clarksville receives funding to proceed with long-awaited flood wall

CLARKSVILLE, Mo. — Nestled on the banks of the Mississippi River, historic Clarksville, Mo. has witnessed decades of the mighty river's grandeur — along with many instances of the devastating → Read More

New book spotlights area women's history-making achievements

QUINCY, Ill. — Robert Turek and author Nancy Benz have highlighted the achievements of influential women from Hannibal and the surrounding area with a new book, "Trailblazing Midwestern Women Who → Read More

NECAC program provides more protein to needy households

NEW LONDON, Mo. — Protein is getting to the tables of more people who are in need thanks to a new program from North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC), providing → Read More

Recycling fee approved for April ballot in Hannibal

A proposed $1.90 recycling fee for the continued operation of 2 Rivers Industries was approved for the April ballot during Tuesday's Hannibal City Council meeting. → Read More

A patriotic reunion decades in the making

A joyous reunion took place Saturday afternoon, as family members gathered to honor five brothers from Hannibal who all served in the military.. → Read More