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MoDOT Monday – May 25th

MoDOT Monday – May 25th

| May 25, 2015

With the Memorial Day Holiday work is on hold Monday, but crews will have plenty to do come Tuesday.

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Accident in Miller County Involves Injury and Arrest

Accident in Miller County Involves Injury and Arrest

| May 25, 2015

Thomas Wallen sustains minor injuries in crash and arrested on multiple violations.

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Glen Campbell Documentary to be Shown at Farris Theatre in Richmond

Glen Campbell Documentary to be Shown at Farris Theatre in Richmond

| May 25, 2015

A documentary of Glen Campbell’s final tour is showing at the Farris Theatre in Richmond Missouri, with live commentary by family members and the Alzheimer’s Association.

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A Stover Woman is Recovering after an Afternoon Accident

A Stover Woman is Recovering after an Afternoon Accident

| May 24, 2015

A two vehicle accident in Morgan County left a Stover resident with moderate injuries.

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Cass County Crash Leaves Driver Injured

Cass County Crash Leaves Driver Injured

| May 24, 2015

A Kansas City man is recovering after a mid-day accident on Highway B.

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ATV Safety of the Utmost Importance

ATV Safety of the Utmost Importance

| May 24, 2015

Trenton Chief of Police Tommy Wright gives advice and suggestions for All-Terrain-Vehicle safety, as well as traffic law reminders.

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Driver Hospitalized After Henry County Accident

Driver Hospitalized After Henry County Accident

| May 24, 2015

A Butler driver was injured during a one vehicle accident in Henry County late Saturday afternoon.

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Wet Pavement Blamed For Benton County Crash

Wet Pavement Blamed For Benton County Crash

| May 24, 2015

A motorcyclist was hospitalized after an accident on wet pavement in Benton County Saturday afternoon.

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Water Skier Hospitalized In Camden County

Water Skier Hospitalized In Camden County

| May 24, 2015

A water skier was injured in Camden County just after noon today.

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