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MoDOT warns motorists to watch out for summer work zones

To help ensure summer travels are as carefree as possible, MoDOT has developed a list of significant work zones to be on the lookout for this summer. Drivers will encounter delays in work zones on Interstate 70 and Interstate 44 for resurfacing and bridge repairs across the state. Lane restrictions are also expected on several other interstates including I-35, I-435, I-55 and I-270 as well as the Route 54/63 bridge construction over the Missouri River in Jefferson City. The majority of the construction work is for pavement and bridge repairs.

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Thursday 05/26/2016
Post 281 Receives Charter for ‘Sons of the American Legion’
Posted: May 26, 2016

Post  advisor Philip Baker announced that Arnold Hodge American Legion post 281 has received its national charter for The Sons of the American Legion Squadron 281. Baker stated "We have been working on recruiting enough members to get our charter for over a year, and our plans now are to build on that and increase their membership. The criteria for membership eligibility is all-male descendents, adopted sons and stepsons of members of the American Legion, and such male descendents of veterans who served during World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, Lebanon, Granada, Panama, and Gulf War/War on Terrorism.”

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Piedmont Man Dies in Crash in St. Francois County
Posted: May 26, 2016

A Piedmont businessman was killed Saturday evening in a collision with a pickup truck that took place at 6:12 p.m. at the junction of southbound U.S. 67 and Route JJ in St. Francois County.

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Highway Patrol Launches Investigation at Greenville
Posted: May 26, 2016

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has started an investigation at Greenville. The Highway Patrol has taken computers, hard drives, and banking records to review.

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Donors Continue to Step Forward in Greenville
Updated: May 26, 2016 - 1:48 pm

Many positive things can be said about small-town life. One of the most positive things is that people genuinely care about their fellow man. That is very evident in Greenville.

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Thursday 05/19/2016
Gooch Steps Down as Piedmont Fire Chief
Posted: May 19, 2016

Beau Gooch submitted his resignation as Piedmont’s fire chief during the Tuesday, May 10, city council meeting. Gooch has served as the fire chief for approximately three years.

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Alsup Makes Generous Gift to Greenville
Updated: May 19, 2016 - 8:35 am

The city of Greenville has financial problems. The coffers are nearly empty. A local resident stepped up Monday morning and donated $8,000 to help out the town that he loves.

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Wednesday 05/04/2016
Push Begins for Work Readiness Status
Updated: May 04, 2016 - 1:40 pm

What is the largest hurdle that the Wayne, Reynolds, Carter, Butler, and Ripley county area needs to overcome in order to grow? 

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Rotary Club’s Radio Auction Is 50 Years Old
Posted: May 04, 2016

The Piedmont Rotary Club is the county’s oldest and most active sevice organization. The local club celebrated its 75th anniversary in April; the Piedmont Rotary Club was chartered April 14, 1941.

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