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Osage County Sheriff Michael C. Bonham announced today the arrest of a Chamois man in connection with a double homicide at a residence north of Linn. Around noon on July 24, 2021, deputies … more
Belle aldermen on Thursday voted 2-0-1 to donate the use of the Green Building at Belle City Park on Saturday, June 12 for the Belle Community Betterment Association (BCBA) to offer to visitors … more
The national average price of gasoline today has passed the $3 per gallon mark, according to GasBuddy, the travel and navigation app used by more North American drivers to save money on gas. This is … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri DHSS is pausing Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine administration until further notice following the release of a joint statement by the CDC and … more
ST. JAMES—As we plan for new ways to celebrate the upcoming holidays, it is also a special time to contemplate how we may better care for what’s important, such as caring for our … more
Voting is the cornerstone of a democracy but sadly far too few people vote. There remains wide gaps between those who do vote which undermines representative democracy. ​For the past three … more
Traditional family activities like trick-or-treating create fun moments and memories, but the effects of COVID-19 on this Halloween will bring about change for the spooky entertainment. You can … more
The Maries R-1 School District on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 22, said it will close the school for students on Oct. 23 and it will remain closed for at least one week. The alert went out to district … more
University of Missouri officials announced today that they have taken steps to discipline an additional 20 individuals with suspensions, probation and other sanctions for violating policies related … more
Governor Mike Parson has ordered the Missouri State Capitol dome and Missouri Governor’s Mansion to shine red beginning Sunday, Sept. 27, until Saturday, Oct. 3, in honor of fallen firefighters … more
JEFFERSON CITY, MO -- In a typical year, over 100,000 Missourians become sick from the flu. Many Missourians of all ages become seriously ill and some are hospitalized. 2020 is anything but typical, … more
Governor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 20-17 on Thursday, Sept. 24, activating the Missouri National Guard as a precautionary measure in response to recent instances of civil unrest across the … more
On March 11, four days after the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Missouri, the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) quickly activated a statewide public hotline for citizens or … more
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – This week, the state released revised guidance for long-term care facilities in Missouri that choose to establish an Essential Caregiver program and/or resume general … more
Persistent dry conditions may trick plants into dormancy and blooming with a second, sparser round of flowers, says University of Missouri Extension field horticulturist Patrick Byers. Re-blooming … more
When University of Missouri Orthopaedic Surgery Fellow Breanne Baker stopped working with athletes and started treating seniors, she wasn’t quite sure what to think. She was worried that the … more
It’s important to know, fraudsters see an opportunity to target consumers during uncertain times. While its true we may text or call you as part of our services we will NOT ask you to verify … more
Fall weather has arrived, and although the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) encourages taking activities outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic, this does not imply that … more
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