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Lincoln County, Mo, - On Thursday, The Honorable Gregory Allsberry turned down a request by lawyers of Pamela Hupp, which would allow her to skip her initial hearing in her pending murder case next week.

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Troy, Mo. - Lincoln County Ambulance District delivered 43 sets of Rescue Gear to outfit the EMTs and paramedics with the proper equipment use to stay safe while attending emergencies. 

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Winfield/Foley, Mo. - On June 13, the Proposition Fire Safety initiative was passed by 57.7% of the vote for the Winfield Foley Fire Protection District to receive $3.5 million dollars for new additions to its buildings. 

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Troy, Mo. - In what has been one of the most twisted – and controversial – cases in Lincoln County’s history, investigators have located new evidence in the 2011 stabbing death of Betsy Faria.

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Troy, Mo. - The Troy Running Club president, David Norman, is holding his annual Veteran Suicide Awareness challenge.

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Troy, Mo. - Lucas Oldham and Alana Fravell arrived at Troy’s monthly Board of Alderman meeting on June 21 hoping for good news on their joint venture once the meeting was over.

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Hawk Point, Mo. - After nearly 11 years as Hawk Point's top law enforcement officer, Bob Bone tendered his resignation on Thursday, effective immediately.

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Late Thursday night, criminal investigators with the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control announced the reopening of a 1986 cold case involving the homicide of Reva L. Perkins.

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Gravens Road will be closed, starting today, at noon, for the next 90 days. 

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This afternoon, Alliance Water Resources, the City of Elsberry's contractor company that takes care of utilities and utility issues within the city released a statement concerning water discoloration that was brought to their attention late June 16.

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Troy, Mo. - Opening arguments and testimony began on Wednesday in the first day in the trial of a Troy man accused of raping of woman while she was unconscious in his home in 2019.