TSPR Local

More Discussion Expected
8:44 am
Fri October 5, 2012

No Decision on Keokuk Pig

Bacon the miniature pot-bellied pig.

The Keokuk City Council says it needs more information before deciding what type of animal can be considered a pet.

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Observation Tower Next Step
8:32 am
Fri October 5, 2012

Canton, MO Opens Trail

Canton, MO wants to take advantage of its proximity to the Mississippi River.

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Work Began Thursday AM
11:26 pm
Thu October 4, 2012

Hamilton Accepts Clean-Up Bid

The site of a deadly fire in downtown Hamilton is finally being cleaned up.

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500+ in Attendance
11:12 pm
Thu October 4, 2012

Clark County Dedicates Courthouse

More than 500 turned out for the Clark County Courthouse dedication
  • Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster
  • MO SC Justice Mary Rhodes Russell
  • Judge Gary Dial

History was made in Clark County this afternoon.

About 500 people turned out for the dedication of the new courthouse in Kahoka.  The audience included more than 100 students.

The event, which lasted an hour, included a masonic ceremony and a number of dignitaries, including Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster and Missouri Supreme Court Justice Mary Rhodes Russell.

Presiding Commissioner Ron Brewer says the new courthouse is a long time coming.

He says the 26,000 square foot building will make it much easier for the county to serve its residents.

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Illinois Rivers Project
3:58 pm
Wed October 3, 2012

Ameren Selects Route for New Transmission Lines

The general corridor for the Illinois Rivers Project
  • Interview with Leigh Morris

The Illinois Commerce Commission will soon be asked to approve the route for new transmission lines that will stretch from the Mississippi River to the Indiana border.

Ameren Transmission Company is calling it the Illinois Rivers Project. It will run near communities such as Quincy, Pawnee, and Mt Zion plus there will be a branch extending north from Meredosia to Ipava.

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