Traffic stop leads to felony drug arrest

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ASHLAND- Two Ashland officers were performing a typical traffic stop when a driver admitted to having drug paraphernalia in the vehicle on Tuesday, Oct. 13. In a press release from the Ashland Police Department, the driver also said he injected himself with methamphetamine earlier that day.  During a search of […]

Roll cart petitioners fall 2,000 signatures short

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COLUMBIA - A citizens’ petition initiative started by members of the Facebook group “Columbia MO Citizens for Roll Carts” fell 2,000 signatures short of putting roll carts on the ballot in April.  The group began collecting signatures in August with the hope that voters would be able to decide if the […]

CPD: roughly 15 shots fired, no injuries

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COLUMBIA- The Columbia Police Department said roughly 15 shots were fired outside of Again Street Park in central Columbia.  CPD said there are no injuries and two cars were involved in the incident.  Police said there is currently no suspect.  Permalink| Comments Source link

Parson vs. Galloway: economic strategy

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MISSOURI – In last Friday’s Gubernatorial Forum, Governor Mike Parson prided himself on Missouri being 12th in the United States for getting people back to work during the pandemic. Missouri’s unemployment rate is at 7 percent; this is .9 percent lower than the national average according to the National Bureau […]

Moberly receives $4.8 million grant for flood protections

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MOBERLY – The U.S. Department of Commerce granted $4.8 million to Moberly to improve flooding protections.  The grant, which is through the department’s Economic Development Administration, will create water and wastewater infrastructure to help protect the downtown’s business area, according to a release. This project will enable Moberly to create […]