Easter Sunday

Audio: Churches being creative for Easter; “Stay-at-Home” order still in place

Governor Mike Parson says the social distancing portion of the stay at home order is still in place for worship on Easter Sunday – there are no exceptions. The Governor noted many churches are being creative for their services.     The Governor’s order states that Missourians shall avoid leaving their homes unless necessary to […]

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Faith leaders encouraging Missouri residents to find creative ways to celebrate Easter

Multiple Missouri health departments are asking Missourians to Stay and Pray this Easter Sunday by celebrating traditions at home to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Residents are asked to look for alternative virtual or televised Easter or Passover services instead of attending in-person services. Faith leaders are encouraged to find creative ways to celebrate […]

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Confirmed case of COVID-19 reported in Daviess County

A Daviess County resident has been confirmed positive for COVID-19. The Daviess County Health Department reports the resident is in isolation at home and is in contact with health officials. The person’s name will not be released due to HIPAA regulations. Close contacts to the person have already been notified. The health department notes that […]

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Key health committee senators urge making COVID-19 antibodies test free for everyone

Senators Roy Blunt and Lamar Alexander, chairmen of the two Senate committees responsible for health policy and spending said, “Health professionals agree that Americans who have had the disease are almost certainly immune for a time and can go back to work and back to school without contracting the disease again or exposing others. Free […]

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Blunt announces $27.7 million in Coronavirus Response Grants for 29 Missouri community health centers

Senator Roy Blunt, the co-chair of the Senate Community Health Center Caucus, announced that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded more than $27 million in coronavirus response grant funding to 29 Missouri community health centers (CHCs). The funding will help CHCs meet staffing needs, and prevent, diagnose, and treat coronavirus patients. […]

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Trenton Tax Increment Financing Commission to hold public meeting regarding Orscheln Farm and Home

The Trenton Tax Increment Financing Commission will hold a public hearing next week regarding the Orscheln Farm and Home Tax Increment Financing Plan. The hearing will be part of the commission’s meeting in the City Hall Council Chambers Monday evening at 6 o’clock. The plan involves a redevelopment project in the area of Highway 65 […]

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North 65 Center discontinues “Grab-and-Go” service

The North 65 Center in Trenton has discontinued its “Grab-and-Go” service immediately to comply with Governor Mike Parson’s Stay at Home Order. Administrator Karen Otto notes grab and go was started after the center temporarily suspended its congregate meals. She asks that persons consider home-delivered meals instead. Questions should be directed to the North 65 […]

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Mayor Linda Crooks issues Executive Order for Trenton residents to “Stay-at-Home”

The Mayor of Trenton, Linda Crooks, says she supports the new Stay-at-Home order issued by Governor Mike Parson and Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services director Randall Williams. The Mayor today issued her executive order for Trenton city officials in support of the statewide order aimed at taking action to reduce the possible exposure […]

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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 […]

Video: Missouri Governor Mike Parson issues statewide “Stay-at-Home” order

Governor Parson today issued a statewide stay-at-home order in response to the coronavirus. During today’s Capitol press conference, he says the order takes effect first thing Monday and is scheduled to continue through April 24. His order still allows Missourians to do essential activities like going to the grocery store, gas station, bank and doing […]

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Additional school districts announce extension of closures due to COVID-19

Several more area school districts have announced the extension of their closures due to Coronavirus concerns. Cainsville R-1 now plans to be closed through April 30th and resume classes on May 1st. Learning opportunities will continue to be offered to students through packets. The Cainsville School District will start serving lunches for everyone younger than […]