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Firefighters Called to Residential Fire in Syracuse

Engulfed Members of the Syracuse Fire Department attack a fatal structure fire from both sides at 8585 Lipton Road in Syracuse Friday, May 6. The house fire was dispatched 6:31 p.m. Tipton, Otterville, Fortuna, and Latham volunteer firefighters arrived to help extinguish the fire. (photo courtesy Tipton Times) by Tara Alumbaugh Tipton Times The Fortuna

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Pre-K, Kindergarten Screening at R-II Schools

The Morgan County R-II Elementary School preschool and kindergarten screening dates for this year are May 25, 26 and 31, and June 1. Children who will be 4 years old on or before July 31, 2022 will be screened for preschool while those turning five on or before July 31, 2022 will be screened for

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Elk and Bear Hunting Permits Available in May

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages Missouri hunters to apply for elk-hunting and bear-hunting permits in May. MDC will offer five permits to hunt bull elk in Missouri this fall with at least one permit allocated for qualifying area landowners and the remaining permits for the general public. MDC will also offer 400 permits

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Two Seriously Injured in Rollover DWI Crash

by Janet Dabbs An early morning rollover motor vehicle crash Saturday, April 9, at the intersection of Highway 5 and Camp Branch Road in Sunrise Beach resulted in two serious injuries. According to Sunrise Beach Police Department (SBPD) Corporal Scott Craig, Kendell Conn, 20, of Versailles and an 18-year-old passenger from Syracuse, were transported to

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Ambulance Crews Work First Events at New Ozarks International Raceway

by Becky Holloway Tipton Times Mid-Mo Ambulance directors received their first report about ambulances manning events at the Ozarks International Raceway at Gravois Mills during their meeting Wednesday, April 13 in Tipton. Administrator Lee Kempf said crews worked the races Friday, April 8 through Sunday, April 10. “We ran several incidents on the track while

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Postponed More Than Two Tears, Central Missouri Honor Flight Returns

After more than a two-year postponement of flights due to the COVID pandemic, Central Missouri Honor Flight (CMHF) is preparing for its first flight of the 2022 flight season Monday, May 9. Veterans, some of whom have waited more than three years for their Honor Flight, will be treated to the trip of a lifetime

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