Health

Lewis County COVID cases climb, schools switch to remote learning

Seven additional COVID-19 cases were reported Monday in Lewis County.

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Incumbent sheriff enters Ralls race as write-in
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Incumbent sheriff enters Ralls race as write-in

The race for Ralls County sheriff took on a new twist over the weekend when the incumbent said he is launching a write-in campaign.

Mark Twain students support friend battling leukemia
Missouri News

Mark Twain students support friend battling leukemia

Mark Twain High School sophomore Jamie-Lynn Haley was completing radiation therapy in her fight against leukemia in St. Louis on Friday, but she was able to join the assembly devoted to her and watch four teachers have their heads shaved.

Health

First COVID-19-related death reported in Monroe County

The first COVID-19-related death was reported Tuesday in Monroe County. The Monroe County Heath Department said the elderly resident tested positive for virus in August, and that the case was not related to travel.

New Palmyra council chambers bring better tech, accessibility
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New Palmyra council chambers bring better tech, accessibility

Palmyra City Council members and elected officials are meeting in new chambers after work performed by city officials transformed the former police department into an accessible space featuring new technology for presentations.

Centralia woman injured in crash south of Paris
Police & Courts

Centralia woman injured in crash south of Paris

A Centralia woman was injured in a Sunday night crash south of Paris.

Agriculture

Missouri Livestock Symposium shifts to virtual format for 2020

The 21st annual Missouri Livestock Symposium will feature nationally known speakers on a variety of topics in a virtual setting.

Education

More CARES Act funds go to school districts

New CARES Act funding guidelines will mean more money for Marion County school districts.

Health

Adams County reports 14 COVID-19 cases

The number of positive COVID-19 cases continues to increase in Adams County.

Health

Adams County breaks daily COVID-19 case high for second time in week

Adams County reported a daily record high of new COVID-19 cases for the second time in one week. Thirty new cases of COVID-19 were reported Friday in Adams County, exceeding the previous high of 29 from Monday.

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