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List of area road closings due to flooding – Mon. June 22nd

List of area road closings due to flooding – Mon. June 22nd

| June 22, 2015

Heavy rains over the weekend have made these roadways impassable due to high water.

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MoDOT Monday – June 22nd

MoDOT Monday – June 22nd

| June 22, 2015

Summer is here and a wet spring has mowing crews backlogged.

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UPDATE: Former Brookfield Doctor Arrested in Kirksville

UPDATE: Former Brookfield Doctor Arrested in Kirksville

| June 19, 2015

Robert Parsonson, 61, was taken into custody on sex crime allegations involving girls under the age of 15.

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New volunteers added to Carroll Co. fire departments by city council

New volunteers added to Carroll Co. fire departments by city council

| June 18, 2015

A light agenda still saw much accomplished including additions to the fire department’s volunteer force and the approval of much needed lawn mowers for city use.

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John A. Rinne

| June 18, 2015

A Marshall resident, John A. Rinne, 63, died Wednesday, June 17th.

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Motor vehicle crash near Richmond High School

Motor vehicle crash near Richmond High School

| June 17, 2015

Injures were reported in the Wednesday afternoon wreck, but the severity is unknown. It occurred on Spartan Drive near Highway 65.

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UPDATE: Extensive criminal record for resident in Tina standoff

UPDATE: Extensive criminal record for resident in Tina standoff

| June 17, 2015

After several hours a standoff ends peacefully with Jeremey Sinclair in custody. There were no injuries reported.

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Carrollton city officials will gather for regular session tonight

Carrollton city officials will gather for regular session tonight

| June 15, 2015

A light agenda with routine reports are scheduled for tonight’s city council gathering at city hall on Washington Street.

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MoDOT Monday – June 15th

MoDOT Monday – June 15th

| June 15, 2015

Rain and storms may have some impact on projects, but road crews will continue to maintain thoroughfares throughout Missouri.

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