Homecoming King wins landslide vote
New Bloomfield High School Homecoming King Chris Kampeter, 20, is a senior with Down Syndrome.
Stoddard County boys and girls basketball previews
By DUSTIN WARD Daily Statesman ADVANCE, Mo. - Expectations remain high for the Advance Hornets varsity boys basketball program after a trip to the Class 2 state quarterfinals last season. "I expect a...
Bloomfield man dies while working in grain bin
A Bloomfield man died while working in a grain bin Tuesday afternoon.
Traffic moving slowly in Bloomfield after crash involving cement truck
Traffic is moving slowly after a crash involving a cement truck on Hwy. 25 in Bloomfield Wednesday afternoon.
Hundreds lay wreaths on Missouri fallen soldiers' graves
Hundreds of people gathered to decorate Missouri veteran's graves on Saturday.
Humane Society donates doghouses to Callaway Hills shelter
Members of the Heart of Missouri Humane Society (HMHS) spent a cold afternoon assembling insulated doghouses that the agency donated to the Callaway Hills Animal Shelter on Tuesday.
Chief: Missouri worker killed in grain bin
IDALIA, Mo. (AP) ? Authorities in southeast Missouri say a farm worker has died after being buried in a grain bin.
Chief: SE Missouri worker killed in grain bin
Authorities in southeast Missouri say a farm worker has died after being buried in a grain bin.
/C O R R E C T I O N -- Chrysler Group LLC/
In the news release, Arizona, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan FIRST Robotics Teams, Students Gear Up for Competition with $250,000 from The Chrysler Foundation, issued 15-Dec-2014 by Chrysler Group LLC ...
Arizona, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan FIRST Robotics Teams, Students Gear Up for Competition with $250,000 from The ...
AUBURN HILLS, MI -- Dec. 15, 2014: The Chrysler Foundation today announced more than a quarter of a million dollars in grants to support students participating in FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) (grades 9-12) and FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) (grades 7-12) programs in Arizona, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.