After the Lincoln County Clerk’s Office officially certified the April 6 elections, some people could breathe a heavy sigh of relief.
Following the announcement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration earlier today, the Lincoln County Health Department paused the distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to residents.
About 40 parents and their children arrived at 10:00 on Saturday, April 3, to take part in the fun provided by the folks at Silex Community News, Knight Owls Cafe, and numerous anonymous donors.
Weather permitting, starting Monday, the bridge located on Route CC, over Bryant’s Creek, approximately 3.6 miles west of Route 79 near Elsberry, will close for a bridge replacement project with the anticipation of completion prior to Independence Day.
Weather permitting, from April 19 to April 22, MoDOT crews will close Lincoln County Route P at Old Kings Lake Creek, located south of Kickapoo Road, for bridge work.
On March 19, the health workers vaccinating residents from Lincoln County and beyond at the Lincoln County Health Department were treated to lunch as a show of appreciation, thank to the Lincoln County Democrat Club.
Weather permitting, Mar. 29 through Apr. 1, MoDOT crews will close Lincoln County Route J at Big Creek, located south of Lincoln County Route U, for bridge work.
When the Troy Board of Aldermen met for its monthly meeting on March 15 at City Hall, it was welcomed by a large crowd of local residents who were less than happy about construction near their neighborhoods.
On March 17, the City of Moscow Mills will be celebrating its 200th anniversary with a flag-raising ceremony at 10 a.m.
On March 10, 2005, 13-year-old Bianca Piper got into an argument with her mother, Shannon Tanner, about doing the dishes at their home in Foley.
A Hawk Point man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for possession of child pornography on Feb. 18 at the Lincoln County Justice Center in Troy.
A St. Charles County woman who slipped out of her handcuffs and then took off in a patrol car and was later found hiding in a trash can, authorities said.
On a bitterly cold morning in Troy, when many of Lincoln County’s residents were home because road conditions were left impassable in several parts of the county due to Winter Storm Uri, Andrew Crump was in the kitchen of Lincoln County Fire Protection District 1 cooking breakfast.