The Missouri Department of Social Services is extending full-time childcare subsidy benefits through December 31 for eligible school-aged students who are not attending school in-person. A state press release today says CARES Act funding makes the additional financial aid possible for low-income working families. Acting Director Jennifer Tidball says the state does not want to […]
Gov. Mike Parson has signed an executive order today to let the Missouri National Guard continue helping the state with COVID-19 response efforts. A press release today from the Governor’s Office says the order will allow soldiers to continue supporting the state in this role through December 30. “The National Guard has played a major […]
Trenton Municipal Utilities reports it is investigating after samples did not meet standards again causing a boil advisory to be extended. The advisory for Pleasant Plain between East 17th and East 20th streets is now scheduled to expire the afternoon of Monday, August 31st at 2 o’clock. TMU notes it is flushing and collecting more […]
Trenton Municipal Utilities has extended a boil advisory for a section of Trenton due to samples not meeting standards. The advisory affects Pleasant Plain from East 17th to East 20th streets and will continue to be in place until Thursday evening, August 27, 2020, at 8 o’clock.
Following the repairs on Monday to a water main break on Elm Street, the southern half of Princeton will be under a precautionary boil advisory for 48-hours. Princeton city hall reports the boil advisory extends until late Wednesday morning.
Missouri will fully reopen for business on Tuesday morning, June 16, 2020, and will enter phase two of its “Show Me Strong Recovery Plan.” Governor Mike Parson tells Capitol reporters in Jefferson City that the move comes just over 90 days since Missouri’s first COVID-19 case. “It is truly incredible to think how far Missouri has […]
Pending expiration of Phase 1 on June 15, Governor Mike Parson announced today that Missouri will fully reopen and enter Phase 2 of its “Show Me Strong Recovery” Plan on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. “It is truly incredible to think about how far Missouri has come since March. At that time, no one knew what […]
Governor Mike Parson announced that Phase 1 of the state’s “Show Me Strong Recovery” Plan has been extended from Sunday, May 31, 2020, through Monday, June 15, 2020. “We are very pleased with how well Phase 1 has gone so far,” Governor Parson said. “Businesses, communities, and Missourians across the state have done a great job of […]
The Trenton High School Alumni Association and Foundation Trust for THS have extended the deadline to submit information for the THS Alumni News due to the late delivery of the initial letter to alums. The deadline is now June 8th. That is also the deadline for former teachers and administrators of THS in sharing their […]
The Grundy County Commission heard an update from the Road and Bridge Department Tuesday morning. Tube repair continues on Southwest Fir Lane. One tube was displaced by heavy rains Thursday night. The Road and Bridge crew plan to have the project completed this week. Residents from the northeast portion of the county talked with the […]
The Linn County Commission has extended the county’s “Stay-at-Home” order to be in line with Governor Mike Parson’s state order. The Linn County order was originally to last until April 24th at 8 o’clock in the morning. Now the order will last until the morning of May 3rd at 8 o’clock. The Linn County order […]
Missouri’s stay-at-home order will continue through May 3. Gov. Mike Parson says the date has been extended to get Missourians ready to go back to work on May 4. During today’s COVID-19 briefing, Parson says the extension would give the state more time to do additional testing and recovery from the coronavirus “We think by […]