A Hannibal man is recovering from moderate injuries after hitting a utility pole early yesterday (Sunday) morning.
According to the Highway Patrol it happened on West Ely Road, about a 1/2 mile west of Hannibal, when 28 year old Anthony R. Miller traveled off the road and hit the utility pole.
Miller was taken to the Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment.
Hart Career Center One of Several Grant Recipients Across Missouri Several Missouri career and technical education centers are receiving grants of up to $400,000 according to Governor Mike Parson. In the announcement today (Tuesday), the grant funds must be used to enhance or extend area career centers’ capacities to increase students’ knowledge and skills needed…Continue Reading
Mexico Native in National Theatre Competition Two students with ties to Mexico are representing University of Central Missouri at a national competition. Mexico native Riley Given and Wentzville native Jace Nielsen, whose extended family are Mexico residents, are Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region 5 Irene Ryan Acting Nominees vying for scholarships. The regional…Continue Reading
KWWR Sports Report 11/29/22 The Blues look to get back in the win column after dropping a home game to the Dallas Stars last night, 4 – 1. They’ll have a chance to re-group before the Carolina Hurricanes blow into Enterprise Center on Thursday night. In Monday night football last night, it was the Steelers…Continue Reading
Montgomery County Invitational Tournament Results The first night of the Montgomery County Invitational Basketball Tournament is in the books. It was girls action last night with the number 1 seed Montgomery County Wildcats beating the eighth seeded Bowling Green Bobcats 57 to 31. New Haven beat Clopton in a nail biter, 40 to 39. Hermann…Continue Reading
Former Community R-VI Student Pleads Guilty in School Shooting Plot The former Community R-VI student accused of planning a shooting at the school is now sentenced. According to online court records, Drake Campbell plead guilty to second-degree harassment and was sentenced to one year in the Audrain County Jail. That sentence was suspended with Campbell…Continue Reading