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Smith Cotton Junior High School will have a new principal next school year.
03/11/2020
STACY CURRY PROMOTED TO PRINCIPAL

Smith Cotton Junior High School will have a new principal next school year.

During a closed session on Monday, March 9, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the promotion of Smith Cotton High School Assistant Principal, Stacy Curry to the position of Principal at the Junior High.

The man claims he can test at your home.
03/11/2020
CORONAVIRUS SCAM

The man claims he can test at your home.

The Boonville Police Department has released an alert stating it has been reported that there is a man going around in a van claiming he can make house calls to take blood and test for the Corona

Several drug-related items allegedly were found inside the vehicle.
03/11/2020
TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO DRUG-RELATED FELONY CHARGE

Several drug-related items allegedly were found inside the vehicle.

A 55-year-old Sedalia man is facing a drug-related felony charge after a traffic stop on Tuesday, March 10. According to a probable-cause statement, authorities say they found multiple drug-related items in the vehicle- including a used syringe

Three board members retired.
03/11/2020
CARROLL COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BOARD ADDS NEW MEMBERS

Three board members retired.

Carroll County Memorial Hospital welcomed three new members to the Board of Directors last month. A news release says Ben Polen, former president, served for nine years on the Board of Directors. Judith DeLany, former vice president

Cleanup starts with Ward 1 on Monday, April 6.
03/11/2020
NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUP LESS THAN A MONTH AWAY

Cleanup starts with Ward 1 on Monday, April 6.

It’s a good time to clean the yard, garage and basement of those unwanted items. The Neighborhood Cleanup is less than a month away in Marshall. According to a flyer from the city of Marshall, Southwest (Ward

Suspects allegedly stole motorcycle and car.
03/11/2020
TWO CHARGED WITH FELONIES AFTER ALLEGED THEFT OF VEHICLE

Suspects allegedly stole motorcycle and car.

Two Columbia residents are facing felony charges after allegedly stealing a vehicle and attempting to elude authorities in Cooper County. The Cooper County Sheriff’s Office says at about 9 p.m. on Monday, March 9, a deputy tried

In 2019, Mayor John Kehde proclaimed March 12 as Music Teacher Appreciation Day for Sedalia in honor of the late Jordan ...
03/11/2020
MARCH 12 IS MUSIC TEACHER APPRECIATION DAY IN SEDALIA

In 2019, Mayor John Kehde proclaimed March 12 as Music Teacher Appreciation Day for Sedalia in honor of the late Jordan Ali Halane, a Sedalia native and beloved music teacher.

On Monday, March 9, Mayor John Kehde joined his grandson, Edson Kehde, along with Edson’s music teacher, Justin Lawson, to announce Music Teacher Appreciation Day for Sedalia to be held on Thursday, March 12. A news release

03/11/2020

What are dumb things you believed as a kid?
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03/11/2020

What are dumb things you believed as a kid?

A link to the CDC's website is contained in the story.
03/11/2020
MSHSAA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT REGARDING COVID-19

A link to the CDC's website is contained in the story.

The Missouri State High School Activities Association or MSHSAA has issued a statement regarding the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19. The statement from MSHSAA Executive Director Dr. Kerwin Urhahn on the MSHSAA website says: “We are paying attention

Two residents were alerted to the fire by their smoke alarms, waking them from their sleep. They exited the structure an...
03/11/2020
MULTIPLE FIRE DEPARTMENTS RESPOND TO DOUSE STRUCTURE BLAZE

Two residents were alerted to the fire by their smoke alarms, waking them from their sleep. They exited the structure and were not injured.

Multiple fire departments were dispatched to douse a residential structure fire in Johnson County on Tuesday, March 10. According to the Johnson County Fire Protection District, at 2:44 a.m. JCFPD’s Stations 1, 4 and 10 were dispatched

Accused allegedly struck woman in head with golf club.
03/11/2020
CONCORDIA RESIDENT CHARGED WITH DOMESTIC ASSAULT

Accused allegedly struck woman in head with golf club.

A 57-year-old Concordia woman has been charged with domestic assault. According to a probable-cause statement, another woman, who was holding a towel to her head, told authorities that Dana Martin hit her in the head with a

The move was approved by the Sedalia School District 200 School Board on Monday, March 9.
03/11/2020
HIERONYMUS NAMED PRINCIPAL AT SMS

The move was approved by the Sedalia School District 200 School Board on Monday, March 9.

Brett Hieronymus, currently principal at Heber Hunt Elementary School, will become principal of Sedalia Middle School at the end of the current academic year. A news release says the move was approved by the Sedalia School District

Superintendent says school will be in session on Wednesday, March 11.
03/11/2020
BEDBUG FOUND AT HIGH SCHOOL ON TUESDAY, MARCH 10

Superintendent says school will be in session on Wednesday, March 11.

Marshall Public Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Carol Maher issued a news release including an update about the bedbug situation in the district on Tuesday, March 10. The release says: “A bedbug was found this afternoon in Marshall High

The best way to decrease your risk of becoming ill with COVID-19 continues to be wash your hands often.
03/10/2020
HEALTH CENTER GIVES UPDATE ON PREPARATION FOR COVID-19

The best way to decrease your risk of becoming ill with COVID-19 continues to be wash your hands often.

On Saturday, Governor Mike Parson announced that the first case of COVID-19 had been identified in a St. Louis County resident who had been studying in Italy. The first case has not required hospitalization. The procedure followed

Your local health department is monitoring the situation.
03/10/2020
WHAT IS CURRENT SITUATIONAL OUTLOOK WITH COVID-19?

Your local health department is monitoring the situation.

What is the current situational outlook with COVID-19? This serves as a recollection of the past week’s happenings. According to the Chariton County Emergency Management Agency, Missouri has recorded its first presumptive positive COVID-19 case on March

To make a blood donation appointment, download the Red Cross Blood Donor App from App stores; or call 1-(800) RED-CROSS ...
03/10/2020
RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVES SET FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11

To make a blood donation appointment, download the Red Cross Blood Donor App from App stores; or call 1-(800) RED-CROSS (733-2767).

American Red Cross Blood Drives are scheduled to be held in Howard and Carroll Counties on Wednesday, March 11. According to a news release, one drive is scheduled to be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Carrollton Police Department was contacted about a possible Military Explosive Ordinance on Monday.
03/10/2020
MILITARY PERSONNEL COLLECT EXPLOSIVE DEVICE FOR DESTRUCTION

Carrollton Police Department was contacted about a possible Military Explosive Ordinance on Monday.

Personnel were called in from Johnson County to diffuse a possible explosive in Carroll County on Monday, March 9. According to a release from Carrollton Chief of Police Christopher Looney, the department was contacted by an individual

Bond remains at $100,000 cash or surety.
03/10/2020
DRIVER CHARGED WITH SECOND-DEGREE MURDER DUE IN COURT

Bond remains at $100,000 cash or surety.

The driver of a reported stolen vehicle who led law enforcement on a high-speed chase that ended in a fatal crash in Pettis County on March 1 has a court appearance set for this week. A report

Suspected Methamphetamine, MDMA/Ecstasy, LSD, marijuana and prescription narcotics reportedly found in vehicle.
03/10/2020
DRUG ARRESTS MADE AFTER TRAFFIC STOP ON MARCH 1

Suspected Methamphetamine, MDMA/Ecstasy, LSD, marijuana and prescription narcotics reportedly found in vehicle.

An area police department made a couple of drug arrests on March 1. According to the Higginsville Police Department, two officers conducted a traffic stop in the Walmart parking lot. During the course of the stop, officers

The Columbia Police Department will host a chili event for a good cause.
03/09/2020
TAKE THE POLAR PLUNGE FOR A GOOD CAUSE

The Columbia Police Department will host a chili event for a good cause.

The 13th Annual Polar Plunge will be held on Saturday, March 14. Are you brave enough to take the plunge? Participants must be at least 10 years old and raise a minimum of $75 each by event

The potential victim said the scammer asked for donations to the police department.
03/09/2020
AUTHORITIES ALERT PUBLIC ABOUT SCAM

The potential victim said the scammer asked for donations to the police department.

An area law-enforcement agency is alerting the public about a scam. According to the Boonville Police Department, a Boonville resident reported that she received a call from a person asking for donations for the police department. Authorities

Tools have been found and returned to owner.
03/09/2020
ALLEGED TOOL THIEF CHARGED WITH FELONY

Tools have been found and returned to owner.

A 39-year-old Sedalia man is facing a felony charge for allegedly stealing more than $750 of another person’s property on March 2. According to a probable-cause statement, a man reported to authorities that he left his truck

Polls for the Presidential Preference Primary will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10.
03/09/2020
REMINDER: NEW VOTING LOCATION IN SWEET SPRINGS

Polls for the Presidential Preference Primary will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10.

Saline County Clerk Debbie Russell reminds Sweet Springs voters who cast their ballots at I-70 Community Hospital in the past now have a new polling location. According to a news release, their new polling place is at

Brookfiled man due in court Thursday, March 12.
03/09/2020
HIGH-SPEED PURSUIT SUSPECT DUE IN COURT THIS WEEK

Brookfiled man due in court Thursday, March 12.

A 38-year-old Brookfield man who led authorities on a pursuit through multiple counties and was arrested in Saline County on February 11 is due in an area courtroom this week. According to authorities, Matthew Guilford was wanted

Residents of Norborne, Hardin facing drug-related charges.
03/09/2020
FORMAL CHARGES FILED AFTER EXECUTION OF SEARCH WARRANT

Residents of Norborne, Hardin facing drug-related charges.

Formal charges have been filed against three area residents after an area law-enforcement agency executed a search warrant on Friday, March 6. A news release says the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office executed the warrant at 217 North

Law enforcement is cracking down on substance-impaired drivers.
03/09/2020
DON’T PRESS YOUR LUCK ON SAINT PATTY’S DAY

Law enforcement is cracking down on substance-impaired drivers.

This St. Patrick’s Day, make sure your luck doesn’t run out by planning ahead for a sober ride home should you choose to take part in the celebration. A news release says the Missouri Coalition for Roadway

Arraignment set for March 23.
03/09/2020
SHOOTING SUSPECT WAIVES PRELIMINARY HEARING

Arraignment set for March 23.

A 35-year-old Marshall man who was arrested following a high-speed pursuit through multiple counties on January 3 and is facing felony charges in two different counties is due in an area courtroom in a couple of weeks.

If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Lane Michael Rogge, you are urged to call the Lafayette County Sher...
03/09/2020
AREA TEEN HAS BEEN MISSING SINCE MARCH 2

If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Lane Michael Rogge, you are urged to call the Lafayette County Sheriff's Office.

Authorities are asking for help from the public in locating a teen who has been missing since last week. According to authorities, 16-year-old Lane Michael Rogge, of Wellington, has been missing since March 2. He is described

Tractor slipped out of gear and struck pedestrian.
03/09/2020
SENIOR CITIZEN INJURED IN ACCIDENT INVOLVING TRACTOR

Tractor slipped out of gear and struck pedestrian.

An 87-year-old Sedalia man was injured in an accident on Sunday. According to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred as a 1978 John Deere tractor slipped out of gear and traveled over

Accused pleaded not guilty on July 22.
03/09/2020
SHOOTING SUSPECT DUE IN COURT MONDAY, MARCH 9

Accused pleaded not guilty on July 22.

A Marshall man accused of being the suspect in a shooting incident last year in Cooper County is scheduled to appear in court this week. According to Boonville Police, two persons were transported from the Harley Park

The suspect is being held without bond.
03/08/2020
KANSAS MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER HAS HEARING SCHEDULED TUESDAY

The suspect is being held without bond.

A Kansas City, Kansas man charged with multiple felonies, including murder and kidnapping is scheduled to be in court on Tuesday, March 10. Daniel Fernandez, 27, has been charged with a Class A Felony for Murder in

Authorities say the 20-year-old female recently traveled to Italy.
03/08/2020
FIRST PRESUMPTIVE POSITIVE COVID-19 IN MISSOURI

Authorities say the 20-year-old female recently traveled to Italy.

In a press conference Saturday, March 7, Governor Mike Parson, St. Louis County Executive Sam Page, and medical professionals announced the first case to test presumptive positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Missouri. The specimen, conducted by

Three persons arrested and await formal charges.
03/07/2020
DRUG ARRESTS MADE AFTER SERVING OF SEARCH WARRANT

Three persons arrested and await formal charges.

An area law-enforcement agency has made some arrests. The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office says it served a search warrant at 217 North Pine Street in Norborne at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 6. One male and one

Suspect turned himself in to authorities; but the investigation is continuing.
03/07/2020
FATAL SHOOTING BEING INVESTIGATED

Suspect turned himself in to authorities; but the investigation is continuing.

An area law-enforcement agency is investigating a shooting incident. The Warrensburg Police department says it was called just before 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 7, to the 100 block of South College to investigate a possible shooting.

The KMMO Business Expo is coming up in three weeks! Reserve your booth now to showcase your business, where you’ll be di...
03/06/2020
SHOWCASE YOUR BUSINESS AT THE 2020 KMMO BUSINESS EXPO

The KMMO Business Expo is coming up in three weeks! Reserve your booth now to showcase your business, where you’ll be directly in front of consumers with your products or services. It’s a great way to exhibit your business, answer any questions about your business, plus you get to hang out with the KMMO crew! Click the link below for more information on how to get involved or call us at 660-886-7422.

EXHIBIT YOUR BUSINESS AT THE KMMO BUSINESS EXPO Several different booth sizes and packages available! For more information or to sign up contact Pete at 660-886-7422 or 800-727-5666 or [email protected]

EPA offers tips on bedbugs and where they hide.
03/06/2020
EPA OFFERS TIPS ON HOW TO RECOGNIZE IF YOU HAVE AN INFESTATION

EPA offers tips on bedbugs and where they hide.

The Environmental Protection Agency says it’s best to find out you have a bed bug infestation early rather than before the infestation becomes established or spreads. A minor infestation is definitely an inconvenience but less costly and

Parents and families in one area school district are being asked to inspect their students' or employees' belongings and...
03/06/2020
SUPERINTENDENT RELEASES STATEMENT REGARDING LATEST BEDBUG DISCOVERY

Parents and families in one area school district are being asked to inspect their students' or employees' belongings and clothes this weekend.

Marshall Public School Superintendent, Dr. Carol Maher released a statement on Friday, March 6 that a bed bug was discovered on item belonging to an individual in the Marshall High School at 12:40 p.m. That individual was

Large cache of marijuana and multiple drug-related items allegedly found.
03/06/2020
OREGON MAN CHARGED WITH DRUG-RELATED FELONIES AFTER TRAFFIC STOP

Large cache of marijuana and multiple drug-related items allegedly found.

A large cache of marijuana and other drug-related items allegedly were located in a vehicle after a traffic stop on I-70 in Cooper County on February 11; and felony charges have been filed against a 50-year-old man

Accused allegedly hit another woman in the head with a baseball bat.
03/06/2020
WOMAN FACING FELONY CHARGE FOR ALLEGED DOMESTIC ASSAULT

Accused allegedly hit another woman in the head with a baseball bat.

A Marshall woman is facing a felony charge for allegedly hitting another woman in the head with a baseball bat on January 3. According to a probable-cause statement, authorities were told a woman who lives in Pinewood

The rides are available in Marshall, Slater, Higginsville and Lexington.
03/06/2020
NAACP OFFERING RIDES TO THE POLLS

The rides are available in Marshall, Slater, Higginsville and Lexington.

An election is next week, and if you cannot get to the polls, an area organization is offering a way to help. According to a news release, the Mar-Saline Branch of the NAACP is offering rides to

Bond has been fixed at $50,000 cash or surety.
03/06/2020
DRUG CHARGES FILED AFTER TRAFFIC STOP ON MARCH 3

Bond has been fixed at $50,000 cash or surety.

Drug-related felony charges have been filed against a Kansas City man after a traffic stop in Pettis County on Tuesday, March 3. A probable-cause statement says a law-enforcement officer located two small pills – one Xanax and

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Can anyone tell me about the helicopter flying over Marshall over and over?
Post game??
Please bear with me a moment while I vent. My grandsons attended the boy scouts in Marshall, Missouri. My son recieved a TEXT not a letter asking him to not return with his boys to First Christian Church Cub Scouts pack 45 and troop 45. Needless to say my grandsons are 5 and 6. Mr. Kevin Dryer the Charter Representative told my son this. Due to some adult problems going on your family is not welcome here. Without going into great detail what happened with the adults is between the adults. How you can make two little innocent boys pay for adult decisions is beyond me. To let one family of adults stay and punish the other is not right. Okay I will stop ranting now. Just makes me hoppin mad.....grrrrrrrrr.
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