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Kirksville residents learn the basics of CPR
Some Kirksville residents now have some new life-saving skills after participating in a heart saver course through the American Heart Association.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Man arrested for distributing meth near school
A man suspected of selling methamphetamine near a Kirksville school faces charges.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
City of Kirksville to collect household hazardous waste materials
The Public Works Department is helping rid homes of hazardous products. An appointment must be scheduled if interested in disposing items.
Kirksville to participate in the 'Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday'
The holiday will be occurring April 19th through midnight on April 25th. Missouri, Adair County, and Kirksville city sales tax will be exempted on the sale of Energy Star certified appliances.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Doctor honored through Hall of Famous Missourians induction
Known as the father of osteopathic medicine, Andrew Taylor Still was inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians during a ceremony Wednesday at the state Capitol.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Missouri State Treasurer visits Truman State University
State Treasurer, Clint Zweifel held a higher educational roundtable discussion. Zweifel met with community leaders and Truman administrators to discuss the importance of higher education.
Kirksville Child Development Center and Kirksville Parks and...
During the week of April 21 to the 25, The Kirksville Child Development Center and Kirksville Parks and Recreation Department are collaborating to celebrate the Week of the Young Child.
April 14-15 Lunar Eclipse from Kirksville, Mo.
I'm a college student studying graphic design and photography. I was shooting from northern Missouri from 11:30 pm to 5:30 am.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Easter eggs came in early for Heartland church
The Hamilton Street Baptist Church held an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday afternoon. The event was held at P.C. Mills Park in Kirksville.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Creative Writing classes to be held in Kirksville
If you want to learn what it takes to be a 'creative writer,' some new classes may be just what you're looking for.
Pawsitive Animalworks is hosting a puppy obedience class
Do you need to train your puppy but don't know where to start? Laci Cook, Pawsitive Animalworks' trainer and behavior counselor, brings practical experience and knowledge to her Obedience Classes.
New playground may be coming to Kirksville
The Northeast Missouri Inclusion Project is a grassroots campaign that is hoping to establish a free public playground where all kids can play together.
Two-vehicle crash near Kirksville Regional Airport
UPDATE: The Missouri State Highway Patrol has now finished its report on a Thursday afternoon crash near Kirksville Regional Airport.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Kirksville man pleads guilty to child molestation
According to Adair County Prosecutor Matt Wilson, Danny Ray Barnes, 30, has pleaded guilty to one count of child molestation and received a 15 year sentence.
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CIRCUITa SCOURT Associate Division Judge Steven D. Hudson Don E. Kinsman, 37, Kirksville, waived his preliminary hearing and had his case bound over to the Circuit Division on a charge of possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Group promotes importance of transportation funding in Missouri
Bicycle funding is an issue of concern at the Missouri State Capitol. Republican Representative Paul Curtman from Franklin County put a change in a transportation bill that would eliminate funding for bicyclists.
Election Day in Missouri coming to a close
If you haven't cast your vote yet, you still have some time. Missouri polls close at 7 p.m. One of the biggest topics on the General Municipal Election Ballot is the continuation of Kirksville's 'Half-Cent Transportation Sales Tax'.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Propane gas leak prompts brief evacuation
A propane gas leak Monday afternoon prompted the evacuation of a tire repair shop.
Doctor Joel Baker discovers the meaning of osteopathy
Before returning to college as a non-traditional student at age 26, Joel Baker, now a D.O. at Wayne County Hospital, was selling insurance, going door-to-door on occasion.