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Local businesses face the pandemic

October 7, 2020

Although small businesses in Kirksville have been affected by COVID-19, the city has survived the pandemic with a 3% increase in local sales tax revenue.  Ashley Young, Kirksville’s assistant city manager, said Kirksville has seen […]

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2020 census forms now available

April 1, 2020

Invitations to participate in the 2020 census are now being sent out to every home across the country, with everyone required to participate. On March 28, the United States Census Bureau announced in a press […]

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New aquatic center moves forward

February 22, 2020

After some setbacks, construction has officially begun on the new Kirksville Aquatic Center. Within the next weeks and into summer, the community will see evidence of the construction near Rotary Park. Rodney Sadler, Kirksville parks […]

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Baltimore repair plans move ahead

August 30, 2019

Plans to repair Baltimore Street from Illinois Street to just south of Patterson Street are moving forward as right of way plans have been approved.  Project Manager Keith Killen said the Missouri Department of Transportation […]

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Medical marijuana zoning approved

April 5, 2019

Missouri Amendment 2 passed with 65.5% approval last November legalizing medical marijuana in Missouri. At a recent meeting, Kirksville City Council members passed a zoning code expanding upon the amendment. The zoning code allows for […]