Vatterott College in Quincy is teaming up with the North East Community Action Corporation to help make air conditioners available to needy families in six Northeast Missouri counties.
Music and beer seemingly go hand-in-hand, and the fourth annual Fiesta del Sol on Saturday combines both into one event. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Hannibal, the daylong festival features musical acts with Hannibal and Quincy roots, various craft beer and wine sampling, food vendors, children's activities and arts and crafts merchants.
As an eighth-grade boy, Todd Perry made a promise to himself that one day he would become a U.S. Secret Service agent. As a young man, Perry, a South Shelby High School and Culver-Stockton College graduate, had a choice.
George Walley said he was not concerned about what he termed "minute" increases in the unemployment rates in Northeast Missouri.
A buyer has signed a contract, subject to contingencies, to purchase and redevelop the former St. Elizabeth Hospital, 109 Virginia St., in Hannibal, city attorney James Lemon said. The developer is Chris Ales, president of Ales and Co. in Davenport, Iowa.
State Rep. Craig Redmon, R-Canton, and Rep. Jim Hansen, R-Frankford, both agree: Something needs to be done in Northeast Missouri and nationwide to reduce individual and government health care costs, incentivise wellness and control opioid distribution.
Hannibal Regional Healthcare System was one of three Missouri health care organizations to be named by Modern Healthcare as one of the 2017 "Best Places to Work in Healthcare." It is the first time the hospital system has won this award.