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Friday, April 29, 2016
44th report of PCMH related identity theft filed
Another area angler catches record skipjack herring
May Procession relocated due to rain
Missouri’s AAA credit rating reaffirmed
Perry County Master Gardeners plant sale is Saturday
Route 51 in Perry County reduced for pavement repairs
Senator Blunt is accepting applications for service academies
Working to Protect Missouri Consumers

Thursday, April 28, 2016
O’Fallon angler takes state-record skipjack herring
Route E will close for pipe replacement
Sabreliner launches MyCitation560.com
School board will meet in special session Wednesday
Sheriff reports arrests
Two more reports of PCMH related identity theft

Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Aldermen give first round approval to Holiday Inn project
Gear Up for Motorcycle Awareness Month in May
House approves constitutional carry legislation
House approves measure to expand access to birth control
MSHP seeks driver, vehicle in fatal hit and run crash
MU Extension guide lists frost dates by region
PCMH identify theft report No. 41 is filed with police
Sheriff’s office reports subject of manhunt in custody

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Cardinals to host food drive Sunday
Grimes comments on ALA Air Quality Report Card
Latest ozone readings are in from air monitors
MSHP reports arrests
New state-record river redhorse caught
Sheriff reports more arrests
Southeast to inaugurate 18th president

Monday, April 25, 2016
Chase ends with arrests
Fourth Missouri traveler infected with Zika virus
Gasoline prices rise 2.4 cents a gallon
Jobless rate falls in Perry, Ste. Genevieve Counties
Liberty from IRS Slush
Missouri producers vote against beef checkoff
Oak Ridge teen hurt in Scott County crash
PCSD No. 32 board meets Friday
Perryville woman is hurt in Bollinger County crash
Planned Parenthood agrees to produce documents
Police investigate reported thefts
Resolution honoring ill, wounded service members passed
Sheriff reports arrests

Friday, April 22, 2016
Cape Nature Center holds Earth Day celebration Saturday
Cape Nature Center presents Bats of Mo program
Ethics and education legislation move to the Governor
Federal disaster aid in Missouri tops $91 million
House Approves bill calling for Convention of the States
National parks mean economic benefit of $2 billion
Sheriff reports arrests

Thursday, April 21, 2016
Conservation Commission to meet
Latest ozone readings show no violations
Man wanted in kidnapping is taken into custody
Police investigate reported incidents
Police report more identity thefts
Sedgewickville woman hurt in Cape County crash
SEMORPEDC to meet Tuesday
Sheriff reports arrests
Smith’s IRS OWES Act to rein in IRS passes House
Solid Waste Management District meets Tuesday
Three Perryville teens hurt in Highway 61 crash
Three Perryville women inducted into honor society
Two local truck drivers honored during MoTA event

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
$2 million for restoration of lead mining area
ALA gives Perry, Ste. Gen Cos. ‘F’ for air quality
Corn growers get early start this year
Local students participate in CMU Service Day
MSHP reports arrests
PCSD No. 32 releases board meeting report
Perryville man pleads guilty to home repair fraud
Police report arrest
Statewide cybersecurity preparedness initiative unveiled
Suspect wanted in connection to kidnapping

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Messy Morning 2016: Free activities for young children
MU initiative helps rural doctors treat chronic pain
Newly-elected, re-elected officers to be sworn in tonight
Perryville teen suffers minor injuries in Route T crash
Sheriff reports arrests
Show-Me-Select heifer prices stay strong in Farmington sale
State Parks Youth Corps now accepting applications

Monday, April 18, 2016
A TAXing Week
Board of Aldermen meets Tuesday
District 32 seeks interested persons to fill board vacancy
Gasoline prices rise 11.8 cents a gallon
Nixon: Bill would shift cost of schools to local taxpayers
Police report incidents
Police report self-admitting counterfeits
Route 51 in Perryville reduced for traffic signal work
Sheriff reports arrests
Todd Brueckner in spring recital at Concordia University

Friday, April 15, 2016
2017 Budget advances to final stages
Gov. Nixon signs ethics bill
MDC: Don’t forget your turkey permits
Midwest CPI rises
Mo Right to Life responds to passage of HB 2069, HB 2371
MSHP reports arrest
NRCS grants promote natural resources conservation
Senate Committee approves FY2017 MilCon-VA Bill
Sheriff reports arrests

Thursday, April 14, 2016
Perryville woman hurt in Route T crash
Police Department partners with Head Start
Reward offered for damage at Memorial Wall
Sheriff reports arrests
Smith’s IRS Owes Act passes Ways and Means Committee

Wednesday, April 13, 2016
88th Missouri FFA Convention to be held April 21-22
Altenburg Homemakers plant sale slated
Bash Trash with MDC and MoDOT’s Annual Trash Bash
I-55 in Perry County reduced for bridge washing
Perryville woman escapes injury in I-55 crash
SEMORPEDC Environmental Quality group meets April 22

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Capitol ceremony honors crime victims, victim advocates
DED releases March 2016 Jobs Report
Desloge business makes donation to Carter’s Clubhouse
Eight more reports of PCMH related identity thefts filed
First weekly ozone report of season is released
I-55 project will result in delays this weekend
Measure would maintain highways without raising taxes
Sheriff reports arrests

Monday, April 11, 2016
Gasoline prices fall 5.5 cents in Missouri
Governor Nixon pressured to release withheld funding
‘On the Road Again…’
Route A in Perry County will close for bridge maintenance
Sales tax receipts are up in Perryville, Ste. Genevieve
Tea Party to hear about loss of privacy, property rights
Young turkey hunters harvest 4,145 birds

Friday, April 8, 2016
Make your home more flood resistant
MDC announces free fishing days for kids
MDC: Little River Conservation Area re-opens for use
MDC: This fox says ‘Don’t litter!’
Non-profits have a month to apply for SBA Disaster Loans
Voters demonstrate trust in local government at the polls

Thursday, April 7, 2016
AFP Missouri urges House to stop a gas tax hike
Blunt introduces bill to honor fallen heroes
Commission awards contracts for Southeast District projects
Frohna, Altenburg voters approve election question
‘Mamm van’ brings 3-D breast screenings to rural Missouri
Missouri Agriculture Photo Contest launched
MU Extension updates free ID Weeds app
Perry County population up, Ste. Gen County down
Perry, Ste. Genevieve county wages are about average
Route Y reduced for pavement repairs
Sheriff reports arrests

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Aldermen agree to move park closings to midnight
Commercial Motor Vehicle Awareness Week April 11-18
Identity thefts linked to Perry County Memorial Hospital
KidsCount Sheds Light on well-being of Missouri’s children
MDC: Welcome back hummingbirds!
Oak Ridge teen hurt in Route D crash
Sheriff reports arrests
Voters approve Perry Park Center tax renewal

Tuesday, April 5, 2016
April is National Safe Digging Month
EMAA director to retire
MDC encourages people to ‘Be Bear Aware!’
State releases March 2016 General Revenue Report
Test Confirms Missouri traveler infected with Zika virus

Monday, April 4, 2016
Aldermen may revisit park closing time decision
April is Autism Awareness Month
Chris Janson presents at the ACM
De Soto man hurt in I-55 crash
Gasoline price rises 1.7 cents a gallon
Grid modernization bill advances in the Missouri Senate
MDC seeks public input for Regional Office, Nature Center
MDC, Southeast to present songbird documentary
MSHP reports arrests
Police investigate identity thefts, shoplifting
Sheriff reports arrests
Social media reacts to vandalism, ouster from pool
Two local Southeast students honored

Friday, April 1, 2016
A hand-up, Not a hand-out
Cape Nature Center offers wildflower walks
Capitol Report
MoDOT safety mascot Barrel Bob has been found
Mo Parents as Teachers receives nearly $4 million
New state park book donated to Missouri libraries
Spring cleaning week slated
World renowned artists to be shown