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Hy-Vee adding one-way directional aisles, suggesting one person per cart

Hy-Vee, Inc. is announcing additional changes to its operations to help protect its employees and customers in response to the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Over the upcoming days, all Hy-Vee stores will install additional temporary window panels on the backside of checkouts to help provide an additional layer of protection for both cashiers and customers. […]

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Health provider at Community Medical Associates Clinic of Brookfield tests positive for COVID-19

The Pershing Health System reports it has become aware of an employed provider at the Community Medical Associates Clinic of Brookfield who tested positive for COVID-19. The health system has worked with the Linn County Health Department regarding reporting and contact tracing of persons who may have been in contact with the provider. Patients who […]

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“Stay at Home” order issued for Linn County to slow spread of COVID-19

The Linn County Commission and Linn County Health Department Administrator have issued a Stay at Home Order for the county. The order’s intent is to slow the spread of COVID-19 in the county while enabling essential services to continue. The Stay at Home Order supersedes and replaces prior orders for Linn County for COVID-19. It […]

Trenton Municipal Utilities

TMU replacing electric transformer on Industrial Drive

Employees of the TMU electric department are installing a new electric transformer at the north substation, just off Industrial Drive. Utility Director Ron Urton told KTTN that electric power is being re-routed while the installation is underway. The existing transformer at the north substation is to refurbished and then reinstalled at the south substation. The […]

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Audio: Trenton City Administrator Ron Urton talks wages and raises for city employees

Department heads and Trenton City Council Finance Committee members have been working over the past few weeks to develop budgets for the city of Trenton and Trenton Municipal Utilities. The next fiscal year for 2020-21 begins May 1st. City Administrator/Utility Director Ron Urton spoke Tuesday with Open Line Moderator John Anthony.     The current […]

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Audio: City Administrator Ron Urton and Mayor Linda Crooks on declaring the health emergency in Trenton

It’s been a week since the Trenton City Council met in a special session to declare a health emergency for the city of Trenton and give additional authority to the Mayor and City Administrator to act in case conditions warranted. City Administrator Ron Urton said that business is continuing as usual for city and TMU […]

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North Central Missouri Mental Health Center offices to remain closed until May 1, 2020

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center offices will remain closed to consumers and the public through May 1st to protect consumers and staff. The offices were originally planned to be closed through Friday. Consumer activities will continue to be conducted by telehealth or telephone services. Requests for medication refills will be addressed and completed as […]

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Caldwell County joins the ranks of those issuing “Stay at Home” order

The Caldwell County Health Department has issued a “Stay at Home” Public Health Emergency Order to try to keep COVID-19 out of the county. There are no known or confirmed positive cases in Caldwell County but confirmed cases have been reported in Harrison, Livingston, Clinton, and Ray counties. The order is to remain in place […]

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Harrison County officials issue “Stay at Home” order

Harrison County health officials today enacted a “Stay at Home” order due to what’s called a public health emergency. The announcement came this morning from Harrison County Health Department administrator Courtney Cross. The order is to remain in place until such time as the local health emergency has been abated. The order is to be […]

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“Stay At Home” order issued for Clinton County residents

A public health emergency “Stay at Home” Order has been enacted in Clinton County to reduce the possibility of exposure to and spread of COVID-19. It is to remain in place until the emergency is determined to have been abated. The order states Clinton County citizens should remain in their respective residences, avoid contact with […]