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AUG 1, 2015 ST VINCENT PARISH PICNIC UNDERWAY IN PERRYVILLE (Audio)


(Perryville) The Saint Vincent de Paul Parish Picnic is underway this weekend in Perryville ...Read More

AUG 1, 2015 MAC OFFERING MORE MOWIN PROGRAMS (Audio)


(Park Hills) Another series of classes will begin this month for the MoWins Program at Mineral Area College in Park Hills ...Read More

AUG 1, 2015 ST FRANCOIS COUNTY FAIR (Audio)


(St Francois County) The St Francois County Fair continues Saturday ...Read More

AUG 1, 2015 MISSOURI WEATHER IN JULY


(Regional Radio) July of 2015 just ended, and it was an extremely wet July ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 NEW VIBURNUM SUPERINTENDENT READY TO START SCHOOL (Audio)


(Viburnum) Summer is winding down and that means a new school year will be starting up ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR NEXT WEEK (Audio)


(Potosi) The 67th annual Washington County Fair starts up Wednesday evening at the fairgrounds in Potosi ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 BODY FOUND IN RIVER IDENTIFIED


(Rush Island) The body recovered on Tuesday in the Mississippi River in Jefferson County has been identified ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 MISSOURI WINE GOOD FOR STATES' ECONOMY (Audio)


(Jefferson City) The number of Missouri wineries has grown and so has the local economic impact ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 FORMER FARMINGTON PHARMACIST GETS PROBATION


(Farmington) A Farmington woman was given probation, community service and will have to pay restitution after pleading guilty in federal court to three felony counts involving false statements to the Missouri Medicaid program ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 ELLINGTON GETTING READY TO START SCHOOL (Audio)


(Ellington) Teachers report back this coming week at the Ellington School District ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 SCHOOL SUPPLIES COLLECTION UNDERWAY (Audio)


(Park Hills) Since 1993 Operation Christmas Child has delivered gift filled shoeboxes to more than 124-million children
around the world during the holiday season ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 SAX COMES TO CHAUMETTE (Interview)


(Coffman) It will be a seamless move as Gerry Huggins goes from his desk in the Chaumette Winery offices to the patio at the Grapevine Grill this Sunday ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 CRANE LAKE BEING LOWERED (Audio)


(Glover) The water level at Crane Lake is being lowered to conduct maintenance and engineering surveys on the dam ...Read More

JUL 31, 2015 JEFFERSON COUNTY ACCIDENT INJURES 8


(Jefferson County) Eight people were hurt, two seriously, in a three vehicle accident Thursday on Highway 30 in Jefferson County ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 FARMINGTON BOY HELPS FIGHT AGAINST CANCER (Audio)


(Farmington) This week's Sale of Champions at the St ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 QUIET YEAR SO FAR FOR POTOSI FIRE DEPARTMENT (Audio)


(Potosi) So far so good in 2015 as far as fire calls go for the Potosi Fire Department ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 SENATOR BLUNT TALKS HIGHWAY BILL (Audio)


(Washington DC) It’s the U-S Senate’s turn to take up a short term proposal to fund the country’s highways and bridges ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 NEW LEADWOOD POLICE CHIEF (Audio)


(Leadwood) The Leadwood City Council has picked Sgt ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 SENATOR MCCASKILL ATTEMPTS TO HELP INTERNS (Audio)


(Washington DC) US Senator Claire McCaskill is campaigning against sexual harrasment of those who may be afraid to report those incidents to higher authorities ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION AUGUST 10th (Audio)


(Park Hills) Registration for students new to the Central school district in Park Hills will be held the second week of August ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 MAC ENROLLMENT UNDERWAY FOR FALL SEMESTER (Audio)


(Park Hills) Enrollment is underway for the fall semester at Mineral Area College with 300 online classes available ...Read More

JUL 30, 2014 PARK HILLS LOWERS FLUORIDE AMOUNTS (Audio)


(Park Hills) A recommendation from a city councilman will save Park Hills $3-4,000 annually ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 JEFFERSON COUNTY SHOOTING VICTIM NAME RELEASED


(House Springs) A name for a victim in a Jefferson County shooting from over the weekend has been released but the name of the shooter is still being withheld ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 REGISTRATION AT MARQUAND-ZION AUGUST 11th (Audio)


(Marquand) School registration for Marquand-Zion students will be held Aug 11th ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 FARMINGTON TEEN ARRESTED ON HEROIN CHARGES


(Farmington) A teenager has been arrested in Saint Francois County and is facing heroin related charges ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 MODOT WRAPS UP WORK ON HIGHWAY 67 (Audio)


(Jefferson County) After several months of work, the Missouri Department of Transportation has wrapped up it's resurfacing project on Highway 67 in Jefferson County ...Read More

JUL 30, 2015 JEFFERSON COUNTY ACCIDENT INJURES FOUR


(Jefferson County) Four people were hurt, two seriously, in an early morning traffic accident on Highway 30 in Jefferson County ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 GOVERNOR NIXON WANTS SHORTER LEGISLATIVE SESSION (Audio)


(Jefferson City) Governor Jay Nixon says the culture at the Missouri capitol might be solved if the legislative session is shortened ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 MAN CHARGED WITH SODOMY OF BOY


(Fredericktown) A Fredericktown man has been charged with having deviate sexual intercourse with a boy under the age of 14 ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 DISABILITIES ACT ANNIVERSARY (Audio)


(Jefferson City) This week marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 CITY QUITS DELIVERING SEWER SLUDGE (Audio)


(Farmington) A complaint by a homeowner about the sewer sludge that is spread on a neighboring farm field has Farmington
officials rethinking what to do with it ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 VIBURNUM LICENSE OFFICE UPDATE


(Viburnum) With Lance Mayfield announcing the closure of the Viburnum license office after August 31st, we left a message with the Missouri Department of Revenue to find out what happens next ...Read More

JUL 28, 2015 JONUS ON JEFFCO FLOODING PROBLEM AREAS (Audio)



(Hillsboro) There are a few extensive repair projects in Jefferson County following the intense flash flooding of July 2nd ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 UPGRADE ON FARMINGTON POLICE STATION ALMOST DONE (Audio)


(Farmington) Work on the renovation of the Farmington Police Station is nearing completion ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 BUSINESS CONTINUES AT STE GENEVIEVE COUNTY RIVER PORT (Audio)


(Perryville) The Southeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission plays a big role in the inner workings at the Mississippi River port in Sainte Genevieve County ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 PRESCRIBED FIRE WORKSHOP COMING TO MAC (Audio)


(Park Hills) Registration for a Prescribed Fire Workshop at Mineral Area College is underway ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 FARMINGTON MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE RAISING MONEY (Audio)


(Farmington) The Farmington Ministerial Alliance Thrift Store is holding a fundraiser all this week ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 FREDERICKTOWN SCHOOL SHORTENS SCHOOL YEAR (Audio)


(Fredericktown) Registration for Fredericktown students will begin next Tuesday with the first day of classes August 13th ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 FIGHTING MOSQUITOES AND TICKS (Audio)


(Farmington) Almost any outdoor event can be shortened when mosquitoes arrive, but those pesky pests can be eliminated ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 UPDATE ON FARMINGTON BANK ROBBERY CASE


(Farmington) The Arizona man who allegedly robbed a bank on June 22nd in Farmington will have his preliminary setting hearing on October 1st at the Saint Francois County courthouse ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 "HELP ALWAYS NEEDED" AT SENIOR CENTERS (Audio)


(Park Hills) There is always a need for delivery drivers at local senior nutrition centers ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 BODY FOUND IN MISSISSIPPI RIVER (Audio)



(Jefferson County) The body of a white male was found in the Mississippi River near the Buzzi Unicem plant in southern Jefferson County yesterday (Tuesday) ...Read More

JUL 29, 2015 LAUREN KING CROWNED ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY FAIR QUEEN (Audio)


(St ...Read More
 
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