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During a special board session on Thursday, Lincoln County R-III Schools updated it's "Return to Learn" plan, based on revised recommendations from the Lincoln County Health Department.

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A Silex local won several titles at the Missouri State Shoot, competing against 600 other shooters in multiple trap events. 

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When a six-year-old girl visited the Sports Closet, the Kiwanis Club of Wright City’s newest project, some pink softball shoes caught her eye. So did a matching helmet. 

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On July 25, lemonade and baked goods were sold as part of a fundraiser called “Lemonade for Lil’ Lou,” to help 10-year-old Lou Seiler and the Lamarche/Seiler family take care of medical bills and other expenses due to brain surgery the child had last month. 

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During last week's board meeting, the Lincoln County R-III School District’s COVID-19 Task Force Committee unveiled its 26 page “Return to Learn Plan” for the upcoming school year, which is scheduled to begin Aug. 25.

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On July 20, Winfield Police officers and investigators with the Multi-County Narcotics and Violent Crimes Enforcement Unit received information an Epic Concrete white Ford F-550 work truck was stolen from the parking lot of Casey’s in Winfield.

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On July 20, Winfield Police officers and investigators with the Multi-County Narcotics and Violent Crimes Enforcement Unit received information an Epic Concrete white Ford F-550 work truck was stolen from the parking lot of Casey’s in Winfield.

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For many, young and old alike, these unprecedented times are weighing heavily on their minds.  

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Inherent in an individual’s value to a productive group is the person’s desire to launch beyond the duties at a local level and to branch outward or upward in advanced service.

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When it comes to 2020 accessories, face masks have made a whopping impact on the daily ‘look’. But this accessory comes with its downfalls- especially for those in the healthcare industry who are required to wear masks for their entire shift and can suffer from raw and sore ears. One Troy Mi…

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Last week, Donald Patrick the President and CEO of the North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) along with Carla Potts the NECAC Deputy Director for Housing Development kicked off their newest partnership with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office...the future construction of tiny homes. 

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Graduates from the 2020 class of Troy Buchanan High School went to the St. Charles Family Arena to receive their diplomas. The original commencement ceremony was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Kurtis Patrick Hahn of Winfield recently graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) at Kings Point, NY. Hahn earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a commission in the U.S. armed forces.  He also earned a Merchant Marine officer license, qualifying him to serve as an o…

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Over the last month, the Lincoln County Health Department has been posting public exposure notices on its website warning the community of cases of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, at local establishments.

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The night is dark and the moon hidden by the clouds as you go for your evening walk along the riverside. When you are suddenly overcome by the wretched odor much like rotten eggs. A sound like leaves crunching underfoot causes you to turn, but there is nothing there. A chill runs up and down…

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Fifty-Six-year-old Samuel Neisen, of Lincoln County, was indicted by a Grand Jury this month for knowingly exposing himself in Lincoln County and subsequently arrested by county deputies. Prosecutors charged Neisen with Sexual Misconduct Involving a Child Under the Age of 15 and First Degree…

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Elsberry citizens and visitors to the  area now have another choice for their dining pleasure as AJ’s Tex-Mex restaurant has moved into what has been dubbed Restaurant row, at 451 N Hwy 79.  

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One of the best things to do growing up in Elsberry with friends or even by yourself  was cruising the streets of town, but more importantly the iconic “L”.  

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Mid day sunshine beat down on the long row of motorcycles, warming the earth and white gravel surrounding the Chariots of Fire Customs’ back pavilion. A plethora of leather and jean clad riders meandered between assorted vendors, a spa-like hand scrub station, and a hot dog table around the …

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When a six-year-old girl visited the Sports Closet, the Kiwanis Club of Wright City’s newest project, some pink softball shoes caught her eye. So did a matching helmet.

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A senior high school football player enrolled in Kaylee Calvin’s student teaching classes at Maryville High let her know at the outset that he was taking her class because he “did it for an easy A.”

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Based on the recommendations provided by the Lincoln County CARES Act Advisory Committee, the Lincoln County Commission issued nine checks totaling $630,951.17 to organizations that had requested reimbursement under the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act on Wednesday.

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The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, along with the Missouri National Guard, performed free drive-through community testing for the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, last week at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds in Troy.

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Cuivre River Electric Community Trust has established a long history of giving to the communities it represents.

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Veterans and local residents flocked to the old courthouse in downtown Troy on Monday to pay their respects to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service of their country.