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Missouri coronavirus cases spike; unclear if it's a hot spot

Coronavirus cases in Missouri are rising at an alarming rate, but health experts said Wednesday it's too soon to know if the state is emerging as one of the next hot spots.

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Hannibal Regional now offering telehealth visits

Hannibal Regional Medical Group is now offering telehealth visits during the COVID-19 pandemic.


O'Laughlin, SBA host small business webinar

A state senator is joining with the Small Business Administration to host a webinar to explain opportunities for small firms to participate in the $2.2 trillion stimulus package signed into law over the weekend by President Donald Trump.

Hannibal News

HBPW postponing water system transition

Citing concern over the safety and health of its customers and staff as it relates to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Hannibal Board of Public Works Board announced Monday the decision to delay eliminating ammonia from the city's water treatment

Police & Courts

Fire damages vacant house in Hannibal

Investigators have ruled that a fire at 711 Walnut St. early Tuesday was incendiary and are asking for information from the public.

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Lewistown man injured in ATV crash north of Ewing

A Lewistown man was injured in a Monday morning ATV crash north of Ewing.

Police & Courts

Search warrant leads to three arrests in Frankford

Executing a search warrant at a Frankford home last week led to three arrests.

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Crash east of Palmyra injures two

A Saturday night crash east of Palmyra injured two.

Missouri News

Historians seek information on Marion County trailblazing novelist, attorney

History-lovers in Marion County are hoping that an appeal to the public may help shed some more light on Mary Anderson Matthews, a woman that local historians fear is at risk of being forgotten.

Belle Johnson, a famed Monroe City photographer, lives on through the iconic images she left behind
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Belle Johnson, a famed Monroe City photographer, lives on through the iconic images she left behind

Emma Jo Mudd, 97, wasn't surprised to learn that the late Belle Johnson, the woman considered by many to be Monroe City's most famous resident, was going to be featured in a soon-to-be published anthology chronicling the lives of female photographers.

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