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On Friday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that 13 products on List N, EPA's list of products expected to kill SARS-CoV-2, have completed laboratory testing for use … more
The Maries-Phelps Health Department has announced more locations at the Belle fair where attendants may have been exposed to the coronavirus. The release issued Friday afternoon follows: "Any … more
  Rumors began circulating Thursday afternoon that a body had been discovered in the vicinity of County Line Road, just west of Gerald. Friday morning Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton … more
ST. JAMES—The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act prevented landlords from taking eviction actions against renters who were unable to pay rent on certain federally backed … more
The Maries-Phelps Health Department in a release issued Wednesday afternoon stated that an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 who was symptomatic and not wearing a mask was at a local event … more
Over a lifetime, sunburn and unprotected sun exposure can increase a person’s risk of malignant melanoma and other forms of skin cancer. Protecting skin is especially important for workers … more
Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020, families that qualify for free or reduced price meals at school may be eligible for a new one-time Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer … more
JEFFERSON CITY – Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri (CCCNMO), has received a grant in the amount of $91,506 from Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) Midwest Early … more
JEFFERSON CITY – With the State of Missouri reopening June 16, long-term care facilities are an important piece of this process for many Missourians. When COVID-19 first knowingly entered the … more
The warmer weather and eased pandemic restrictions have more Missourian’s on the roadways. Whether in a vehicle, walking or biking, keep your head up and be alert – safety is a two-way … more
JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Based on findings during a recent and ongoing investigation, the Section for Medical Marijuana Regulation within the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) has … more
JEFFERSON CITY -- Beginning July 1, deer hunters can apply online through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) website for a shot at more than 100 managed deer hunts throughout the … more
COLUMBIA – To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the first Missouri Constitutional Convention, the Supreme Court of Missouri’s bicentennial committee, in partnership with Missouri 2021, … more
St. Louis — The Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation (Missouri Preservation) has announced a call for nominations for its list of historic Places in Peril for 2020. Missouri Preservation is … more
Jefferson City — Filing requirements for unemployment benefits resume the week of July 5 as Missouri reopens under the Show Me Strong Recovery effort and businesses resume … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri’s seasonally adjusted employment decreased in April by 305,100 jobs over the month, and by 327,800 jobs over the year, the largest one-month and one-year … more
JEFFERSON CITY – Testing capacity in Missouri continues to increase. Between the Missouri State Public Health Laboratory, and at least 15 private national and in-state laboratories and … more
JEFFERSON CITY – During Monday’s COVID-19 briefing, Governor Mike Parson announced over $209 million in additional expenditure restrictions due to COVID-19.  “It goes … more
For families seeking economical assistance in preparing their elementary school children for the fall semester, and to make up for the school closures of the spring semester, KMOS-TV and the … more
According to the Gasconade County Sheriff's Office (GCSO), at 7:19 a.m. on Wednesday, May 27, Deputy Lane was on his way to work when he was flagged down by a good samaritan near the Strain-Japan … more
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