Hepatitis

Hepatitis A case identified in Dexter, Missouri

A case of Hepatitis A has been identified in a food handler that worked while potentially contagious at Huddle House in Dexter, Missouri. The restaurant, in conjunction with the Department of Health and Senior Services and Stoddard County Health Center, is investigating and has taken necessary control measures to decrease the risk of spreading the […]

Military Service Academy Plaques

Sam Graves announces nominations to U.S. Military Academies

U.S. Representative Sam Graves announced the United States Military Service Academy nominations for students in Missouri’s Sixth Congressional District. Each year, members of Congress are tasked with selecting qualified students from their respective districts to attend one of America’s prestigious military academies. “North Missouri year in and year out has produced impressive candidates for our nation’s military […]

Missouri Economic Dashboard

Government transparency group applauds Treasurer Schmitt’s Missouri Economic Dashboard

Only a few months after launching the Missouri Economic Dashboard, State Treasurer Eric Schmitt is already garnering national recognition for his work to make economic data more easily accessible to the public. Truth in Accounting, a national watchdog group that advocates for state government transparency, supports this effort. “The Missouri Economic Dashboard is a helpful […]

House keys and hand with pen

Missouri renters gain more rights in eviction cases

The Missouri Supreme Court has ruled that tenants have the right to a jury trial for rent and possession evictions.  The unanimous ruling in the case of Brainchild Holdings LLC v. Cameron is expected to help crack down on illegal evictions throughout Missouri. The tenant, Stephanie Cameron, who is blind, alleged that her landlord failed […]