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Carroll County Trust Company pledges $50K to Carroll County Memorial Hospital Foundation

The Carroll County Memorial Hospital Foundation is honored to receive a pledge of $50,000 from the Carroll County Trust Company. “On behalf of the Foundation, we are so humbled by this wonderful gift,” said Rachel Davidson, Director of Carroll County Memorial Hospital Foundation. “During these challenging times for healthcare, the support of our local community […]

Grundy Electric Foundation

GEC Community Foundation awards grants to area organizations

GEC Community Foundation, Incorporated Trustees have awarded seven grants totaling $5,101. School districts receiving education grants were Princeton, North Mercer of Mercer, Grundy County R-5 of Galt, Cainsville, and Gilman City. S. M. Rissler Elementary School of Trenton also received an education grant. A healthcare grant was awarded to Life Options Green Hills of Trenton. […]

MIssouri State Board of Education

Missouri Board of Education discusses classes next fall, students dodging school work

A new state statute requires Missouri’s K-12 districts to start the school year no earlier than 14 calendar days prior to the first Monday in September unless the State Board of Education waives the requirement. Board members are discussing whether to waive the requirement and give districts the option of starting the school earlier this […]

President Trump Signs Paycheck Protection Program

President Trump signs Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act

President Trump, at the White House, signed the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act. The bill, which unanimously passed the Senate on Tuesday, provides additional coronavirus relief funding for small businesses, agriculture producers, and hospitals and health care providers.  “More help is on the way for Missouri small businesses and the health care […]

Wright Memorial Hospital

Wright Memorial Hospital offers tips to cope with anxiety and isolation during COVID-19 pandemic

Americans of all ages are experiencing increased social isolation and loneliness in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic.  According to the National Institute on Aging, nearly 14 million older adults in the U.S. live alone and are especially vulnerable during this time. Their research has linked social isolation and loneliness to higher risks for a variety of […]

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Stay-At-Home Order: What you can and cannot do during the Missouri Governor’s directive

To further combat the spread of COVID-19 in Missouri, Governor Parson directed Dr. Randall Williams, Director of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, to issue a Stay at Home Order which is effective April 6, 2020. This Order directs all Missourians to avoid leaving their residences unless necessary and to practice social distancing when […]

Missouri National Guard Website

Missouri National Guard called on to identify alternate care sites in the state

The Missouri National Guard is working to identify alternate care sites around the state to assist in the fight against COVID-19. The Guard is working with state and federal partners, including the United States Army Corps of Engineers and Missouri Hospital Association, to conduct site surveys for the care facilities in six locations in the […]

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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 […]