Mark Twain Hometown Fundraiser Over Halfway to GoalAn effort to raise money to improve the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum in the author's Missouri hometown of Hannibal is off to a strong start.
EPA Finds Asbestos in Debris Near Historic MansionDon't touch any debris around the scene of the fire that gutted the one-time home of Mark Twain's uncle - James Clemons.
Community Concerned About Toxic Materials From Historic MansionResidents and community leaders gathered to call for such tests Saturday, fearing the historic building contained toxic materials.
Mansion of Mark Twain's Uncle Burns Down to Brick WallsThe fire was one of three to hit buildings over night in the area.
Stealing Mark TwainNew York man arrested for theft of Missouri native's bronze likeness
Death of Man at Hannibal Hotel Called Suspiciousthe body was discovered around 8 a.m. Wednesday outside of a first-floor room at the Best Way Inn, just a few blocks from the Mark Twain historic sites.
Good Cigar,Sip of Whiskey and Mark Twain RemberedIn death, his fans are supplying the smokes and booze.
Getaway Guide: One Tank Trip to Hannibal, MOThe sleepy river town of Hannibal, lies just two hours up the scenic River Road from St. Louis but a world apart from the bustling city. Hannibal offers city slickers a chance to relish the past, not just the rich literary past of Mark Twain, Missouri’s most famous curmudgeon, or even the fictional histories of his characters. Hannibal also invites visitors to remember a time when the family vacation was a long drive in the family car to a quiet town, and this little trip includes historic homes, caves and riverboats.
Mark Twain Coin In The WorksThe bill calls for the U.S. Mint to produce limited editions of $1 and $5 commemorative gold coins honoring Twain.
Notable And Quotable - History's Most Quoted Sound Off On Taxes"The only two certainties in life are death and taxes." What else have history's most-quoted people had to say about taxes?
Flush Rush, Toilet Paper Arrives at the State CapitolMembers of the state chapter of the National Organization for Women delivered 504 rolls of toilet paper to the office of the Speaker of the House Monday as a part of their "Flush Rush" campaign
New Postage Stamp Honors Mark Twain A first-day-of-issue ceremony is Saturday in Hannibal.

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