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The Lincoln County Fire Protection District is charged with the responsibility of keeping the residents of the Fire District as safe as possible. 

ESS/WillSub, a leading provider of educational managed service solutions for K-12 school districts, has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Lincoln County R-III School District to manage the district’s substitute program in its entirety. The partnership requires ESS/WillSub …

CareTrak, a system that uses radio technology to keep track of individuals with a tendency to wander off, has been available in Lincoln County for almost a year – but so far, the program has had no takers. 

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Circuit Court Clerk Karla Allsberry has filed a rebuttal to a document recently submitted to the Missouri Supreme Court on behalf of 45th Circuit Court Presiding Judge Patrick Flynn, which had made claims of possible malfeasance and misfeasance in the Circuit Court Clerk’s office.

Social Security is at the forefront of keeping your online data secure, but you play a vital role in safeguarding your personal information too. Scammers commonly target people who are looking for Social Security program and benefit information. You might receive an advertisement in the mail…

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Throughout the year, 4-H clubs around the county volunteer in different capacities for their communities. Lincoln County has 12 different 4-H clubs, and each one is encouraged through the program to reach out and do something positive for the community. Several events that clubs have put on …

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Divine Nest, a Lincoln County ministry that supports foster and adoptive families, are getting some fast-paced publicity as a driver and racetrack work to spread awareness for its mission.

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Like other area school districts, the Lincoln County R-III School District is expecting a busy summer with upkeep, projects and facilities maintenance – especially considering the Proposition K.I.D.S. bond issue that passed in April.

A document containing suggestions in opposition to a recent petition filed by embattled Circuit Court Clerk Karla Allsberry was filed in the Missouri Supreme Court on June 14 on behalf of Judge Patrick Flynn, which makes claims of possible malfeasance and misfeasance in the Circuit Court Cle…

Dr. Mark Penny, superintendent of schools at the Lincoln County R-III School District, will assume his responsibilities as president of the Missouri Association of School Administrators (MASA) on July 1, 2019. 

Weather permitting, on Monday, June 17, a chip seal project is set to begin on Lincoln County Route H, from Route E to Missouri Route 47. The contractor has 30 calendar days to complete this section of road. Once that project is complete, crews will move to Lincoln County Route E to chip sea…

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The Lincoln County Road Runners Unified Softball team recently hosted its first-ever Lincoln County Softball Tournament this past Saturday at the Hawk Point Baseball Fields.  

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Advances in technology and equipment can help to lighten the load placed on Lincoln County police officers, and help ensure local law enforcement can provide the best service to the public. When a person pictures the average police officer, a few accessories usually come to mind as well. 

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Benjamin Brown of Boy Scouts Troop 506, wanted to grow a love for reading books with his Eagle Scout Project called “Little Free Libraries.” His project consisted of constructing and installing two of these little structures – one at Frieden’s United Church of Christ and one at Moscow Mills …

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In this time of crisis, Lincoln County and the surrounding areas have been banding together to support the cause. 

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Flooding has ravaged several eastern Missouri towns in the past few weeks. Winfield is one of those towns and is on the front lines of the flooding efforts.

The Troy Chamber of Commerce has announced some of the plans for Troy’s bicentennial celebration week in September.

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As of 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 4, the Mississippi River at Winfield Lock and Dam 25 was at 38.55 feet, the second highest crest ever recorded on the Mississippi at Winfield. It is expected to remain at or above major flood stage through at least June 15.

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On May 30, 2019 Blaine Luetkemeyer, U.S. Representative for Missouri’s third Congressional District, visited the Troy Chamber of Commerce to speak with small business owners within the Lincoln County area. With Lincoln County being the fastest growing county in the state, several issues were…

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Editor's Note: An earlier headline to this story was misleading, and has been changed; a Sheriff's Office deputy and court bailiff were present during the situation to keep the peace, and walked with Circuit Clerk Karla Allsberry out of the Justice Center. She was ordered to leave the premis…

On Memorial Day members of the Elsberry American Legion Post #226, VFW Post #9064, Ladies Auxiliary, Sons of American Legion and American Legion Riders traveled 5 1/2 hours, covering 85 miles and making 11 stops to honor those who gave so much for their country. Pictured above is the ceremon…

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On Monday, May 27 the local VFW helped put on a service honoring American Soldiers for Memorial Day. 

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The Moscow Mills Lion’s Club will be hosting a trivia night at 5 p.m. on Aug. 3 with all the proceeds going to two-year-old Maddox Hatfield and his family to pay for medical expenses for Maddox’ rare health issues.

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The Lincoln County R-III Education Foundation offers grants to projects that are not covered by the school district’s annual operating budget. Through the Lincoln County R-III Education Foundation, teachers can submit a grant request in the areas of technology, student enrichment or instruct…

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An initial meeting to gauge public opinion on the interchange at Route 47 and U.S. 61 in Troy was held on Tuesday, May 21. 

For the past couple months the Elsberry Cub Scout Pack #391 partnered with Sneakers4Funds which is an organization that buys used shoes that they clean up and send to areas of the world in need.

During the monthly Elsberry City Council board meeting held Tuesday, May 14, Elsberry Mayor Steve Wilch with the approval of the Board of Alderman appointed Elsberry Officer Rob Marchbanks as the new Police Chief.

What was originally a routine well-being check by the Missouri Senior and Disability Services turned out to be a very scary situation last Thursday afternoon.