• Mandatory Boil Water Order Lifted
    The mandatory boil water order issued by the Missouri Department of Transportation for customers of the Cape-Perry Public Water Supply District #1 has been lifted. First issued on May 20th, the order was issued due to the discovery of traces of E.coli bacteria in repeated water samples, but new samples collected over the past couple of days shows an absence of the bacteria, therefore the Department of Resources has lifted the boil water order.
  • Road Construction on Memorial Weekend
    If you're planning on driving a lot this Memorial Weekend, pay attention to the roads as some routes in the Heartland will be undergoing certain amounts of road constructions and closures despite the holiday weekend. Some Interstates in MO experiencing such closures include, but are not limited to, Interstates 44, 50, and 70. Routes in Illinois and Kentucky will also be worked on. Drivers are advised to check the websites of the Transportation Departments of their respective states and the states in which they will be driving so that they will be better prepared should they encounter any construction or ...
  • Names Released in Cape County Armed Robbery Case
    The names of three suspects involved in a Wednesday armed robbery in Jackson, MO have been released. Earlier this week a man was held up at gunpoint by three individuals and then had his car stolen by the same suspects. Two of the culprits were later found and arrested, 19-year-old Nicholas Rodgers and 20-year-old Tyler Glydewell, both of which are facing numerous robbery and armed criminal action charges. The third man, 23-year-old Evan Tillman, is still at large, and is described as a 6' African-American male with shoulder-length braided hair. It is possible that Tillman is armed with a sidearm, ...
  • Lake Wappapello Prepares for Boating Season, Park Rangers Warn of High Water Risks
    As Memorial Day weekend is usually the unofficial beginning of boating season, park rangers at lake Wappapello, MO are preparing for the onslaught of boaters sure to celebrate the occasion. However, rangers are also warning people to be wary and cautious at the Lake as recent heavy rainfall has drastically risen water levels in the area. One beach at Wappapello, People's Creek, has even closed for the weekend because of high waters. Lake Wappapello Park Ranger John Daves stresses the danger of high water levels and the importance of staying safe and vigilant, especially where children are concerned. He offered ...
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