Bank offers reward for stolen baby Jesus
Residents in Edina, Missouri are asking "What happened to baby Jesus?" after the figure was stolen from a nativity scene in town.
Strange's big fourth quarter leads to Knox County victory over C - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
EDINA, Mo. ? A 6-0 fourth quarter spurt by the Canton basketball team trimmed Knox County's lead to two points midway through the fourth quarter of Tuesday night's season opener.
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HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Finding new homes for gently used books, clothes and furniture is only one objective for The Crossing's newest thrift store in Hannibal.
Knox County sees fast defense as key to season - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
EDINA, Mo. -- The talent the Knox County girls basketball team lost from last season will be difficult to replace. Senior forward Lauren Dale thinks speed can make up for it.
What does the Bible say about racial reconciliation
Study finds more white pastors than black believe Bible promotes racial reconciliation
Churches to serve as safe havens in Ferguson
Ferguson churches will serve as safe havens following grand jury decision
Annual Hope's Kitchen fundraising drive begins in Kirksville
Drive has raised more than $73,000 since 2001.
Thole: Eagles put on a great show in the Prep Bowl
Fans who ventured to TCF Bank Stadium last Friday night were treated to a terrific football game, complete with more spills and thrills than a James Bond movie. Mike Grant of the Eden Prairie Eagles and Jeff Ferguson of the Totino-Grace Eagles are two of the best coaches in state prep history. Their teams battled [...]
Circuit Court and Traffic Report
Owen G. W. Ahlstrom, 21, Janesville, was fined $175.30 for speeding in 55-mph zone (11-15 mph).