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Ameren adjustment approved

The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a request filed by Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri to adjust the Energy Efficiency Investment Charge (EEIC) that appears on the monthly bills of electric customers of Ameren Missouri. The adjustment will result in a decrease of approximately $7.27 a month for a typical residential customer. The change is expected to take effect on Jan. 27, 2016.

Ameren Missouri filed this change

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2015 ends with highest fatalities in three years for state, zero for county

The year 2015 ended with an 11.4% increase in fatalities on Missouri roads. After two years of lower numbers, the fatalities in Missouri for 2015 were over 800 for the first time since 2012. As of Dec. 31, 853 lives were reported lost in 2015 Missouri traffic crashes. Sixty-three percent of the drivers and passengers killed were not wearing seat belts.

The statistics for traffic fatalities in Daviess County add

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Missouri’s storm-related death toll rises to 13

Daviess County is fortunate to have had no fatalities or serious injuries reported due to the recent storm which covered local roads with a mix of rain, sleet, snow and ice. The death toll in other areas of Missouri from storm-related injuries has risen to 13, with the majority being caused by vehicles swept from submerged roadways.

Nine people have drowned, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Seven people

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El Nino and its impact on Missouri winter

Winter is upon us. Will it be cold and snowy or will there be a mild winter this year in Missouri?

That’s not an easy call, even though December is off to a warm start. The current strong El Nino, which is warmer than normal sea surface temperature in the equatorial Pacific, doesn’t exert a lot of control over Missouri’s winter weather, according to the National Weather Service’s Climate Prediction

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Monitoring for floods

Boat ramp on the Grand River near Gallatin during minor flooding, Dec. 14

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) monitors four sites on the Grand River – Pattonsburg, Gallatin, Chillicothe and Sumner.

The rivers are monitored 24 hours a day by radar equipment affixed to the bridges. The monitors send readings to the National Weather Service every 15 minutes. The National Weather Service uses this information to determine flood stage and

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Jail meeting scheduled

The Daviess/Dekalb County Regional Jail meeting will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 20, in the training trailer of the jail, 102 N Meadows Lane, Pattonsburg.

Items on the agenda include Training; Records Disposal; and Part-time Nurse.

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Bison round up in Northwest Missouri

CMYK-Bison run from trailer_Hilary HaleyThe Nature Conservancy rounded up its herd of 115 bison on Oct. 13 at its Dunn Ranch Prairie preserve, located 90 minutes north of Kansas City, for routine health screens and vaccinations. All the bison received clean bills of health.

Later this month, up to 20 bison will be added to the herd to ensure optimum genetic diversity. The bison at Dunn Ranch, including the new arrivals, originate from the

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State senator, husband embark upon unique tour of Missouri

Jill, Mark, Brandon and Alex Schupp

Jill, Mark, Brandon and Alex Schupp

A marriage of life interests and personal objectives has motivated a St. Louis couple to visit and explore every area of the Show Me State. They will be visiting Gallatin and the surround area over the next week.

Jill Schupp, a state Senator and Mark Schupp, a recently retired marketing executive, have been planning and recently embarked on an unusual tour of Missouri this

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Daviess County resident upset by recent phone scam

The Internal Revenue Service warns consumers about a sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers throughout the country, including at least one resident of Gallatin, who reported the incident to the Gallatin police.

Victims are told they owe money to the IRS and it must be paid promptly through a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer. If the victim refuses to cooperate, they are then threatened with arrest, deportation or suspension of

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