The Lincoln County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has officially charged a former Mercy Hospital – Lincoln employee with several criminal infractions stemming from an October arrest on sexual abuse charges.
When the Winfield R-IV School District Board of Education voted to return to in-person learning on Oct. 15, the members immediately realized they had a problem.
The Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis is searching for two persons of interest in connection with a fatal stabbing that occurred Sunday in unincorporated Lincoln County.
Diane Simbro was honored on Dec. 17 by the Connections to Success due to her efforts in reentry efforts as “Workforce Professional of the Year.”
Lincoln County Ambulance District and Air Methods, the leading air medical service in the U.S., recently announced the opening of a new ARCH Air Medical Service (ARCH) helicopter base in Lincoln County.
Elsberry City Treasurer, Tammy Sharpe has held her position at city hall for the last 27 years, however, on December 31, she turned in the key to the city, literally.
To kick off the 2021 New Year, the Moscow Mills Bicentennial Committee is hosting a scavenger hunt that will take visitors to each historic location in the city.
Lincoln County Government used its last hour of business in 2020 at the Lincoln County Courthouse in downtown Troy to swear in some of its newest officials – as well as some old ones.
The Lincoln County Sheriff Department is proud to announce the success of their new “Adopt a SuperKid” program, spearheaded by Stephanie Link, violence and crisis intervention specialist of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department.
Last month, Oasis Resource Center on West College Street in Troy held a online baby registry through Amazon, and raised over $9,000 in items. Executive Director Katie Lyczak stands among the gifts that were donated from around the country.
When Don and Sarah Koelsch made the decision to uproot their life and move to Winfield in June, they were excited to start over and have more time together as a family. But as life often goes, a wrench was thrown into their plans.
Troy Mayor Ron Sconce said his predecessor and friend, Mark Cross, endeared himself to everyone he ever worked over the decade they worked together at City Hall.
UPDATED STORY (Dec. 10, 2020, 2:27 p.m.) On Dec. 9, the Lincoln County Health Department Board of Trustees approved new mitigation measures in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.Called “COVID Stops With Me,” the measures include a mask requirement. Anyone 10 years of age or older in …
After more than 38 years of driving a bus for OATS Transit, Barbara Bergthold is turning over her bus to begin her retirement. She will officially retire on Dec. 1. She is a resident of Perry.
The Troy Police Department has received a grant through the Cuivre River Electric Community Assistance Program. The donation was in the amount of $5000 and will go towards the purchase of body-worn cameras for the department.
When a business is seasonal the owners need to be creative in finding other professional services to offer during the off season. Local business owners, Jeremy and Candice Steen, have done just that.
The Silex Fall Festival, held on Oct. 3, provided an opportunity to thank a unique group of diligent workers who have surpassed typical expectations during the CoVid crisis.
With the crisp fall weather and Halloween right around the corner the Elsberry Community embraced the youngsters, and old alike, in Halloween weekend events. Friday evening started the weekend off seeing children trick-or-treating at the annual FFA Trunk or Treat event. Despite the cold dr…
Halloween is creeping up on us and pretty soon ghosts, goblins and ghouls will be everywhere. And what is Halloween without a good scary story about cannibalism! So pour yourself another cup of coffee or cocoa, sit back in your lazy chair and read the legend of the cat lady.
To make it easier for deer hunters to help monitor Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) has deployed deer head drop-off sites in six counties in the St. Louis region. Each site has a freezer that will preserve the samples, which will be picked up later…
It is a well-established fact for most Americans COVID-19 has changed the way of life, curbing, if not ending many outdoor activities people held near and dear to their hearts.
It is that time of year again when every Saturday the Tractor Supply parking lot in Troy is buzzing with the sounds of animals and the vibrant colors of fresh produce.
The Lincoln County Republican Central Committee welcomed a number of new members as a result of the August 4th election. The Committee saw a change in leadership as well at their re-organization meeting on August 18th.