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KAHOKA, Mo.- In an update to a story we brought you on Monday, Clark County Sheriff Shawn Webster says that additional charges have been filed against a Keokuk man who led officers in a high-speed pursuit Saturday night. Jerry Myer Caviness, who had outstanding felony warrants in Lee County, Iowa, and Clark County, Missouri, led […]

SCOTLAND COUNTY, Mo.- The Scotland County Fire Department was called out Monday afternoon for a report of a grass fire.  The blaze was located on the property of Jeff Hauk about three miles west of Memphis on Highway 136. Scotland County Sheriff Bryan Whitney tells KMEM News that four trucks and 12 firemen responded to […]

SCOTLAND COUNTY, Mo.- A Wyaconda man escaped serious injury in a one-car crash Tuesday morning.  The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that at 6 a.m. a car driven by 21-year old Jesse L. Thompson was traveling westbound on Highway E, about a mile south of Etna, when it ran off the right side of the […]

(Kirksville, MO) The Kirksville Police Department will be holding two informational sessions for the Neighborhood Watch program on Wednesday April 13 and on Friday April 15. These sessions start at 6:00 pm and will be held at the Rieger Armory, 500 N. Elson St., Kirksville. Any Kirksville residents interested in starting a neighborhood watch in their […]

Monday, Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation relating to the weight limits and hours of service requirements for the transportation of crop inputs for planting season. “Unprecedented economic and foreign policy challenges have disrupted the food supply chain and worsened the inflation we are seeing across the country,” said Gov. Reynolds. “But Iowa farmers stand […]

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that young turkey hunters in Missouri harvested 2,881 birds over the past youth weekend, April 9 and 10. Top harvest counties were Miller with 87 birds harvested, Osage with 71, and Franklin with 71. Young hunters checked 2,795 turkeys during the 2021 […]

A voter registration canvass is performed every other year by the county clerk’s office, with a voter identification card mailed to each registered voter in the county. If all information is correct on the voter identification card received, no action is required on behalf of the voter. Voter identification cards are not forwardable, so if […]

DES MOINES, Ia- The Iowa Department of Natural Resources and its federal partners are working together to monitor for the presence of avian influenza in Iowa’s wild birds. Avian influenza is a highly transmissible, naturally occurring disease often found in certain waterfowl and shorebirds. There are various strains of the disease ranging from strains causing […]

HANNIBAL, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) works to sustain healthy forests, fish, and wildlife. However, MDC relies on citizen science, private landowners, and community engagement to further these efforts which benefit all Missourians. That’s the idea behind Missouri’s Master Naturalist program. The program develops a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide outreach, education, […]

Kirksville, MO – On Thursday, March 31, 2022, Lieutenant David Grissom was recognized for 25 years of service with the Kirksville Police Department.  During his time at the Kirksville Police Department, Lieutenant David Grissom has served as a patrol officer, patrol corporal, patrol sergeant, negotiator, Internet Crimes Against Children investigator and Glock armorer. Prior to […]