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Livingston County Health Center reports three new COVID-19-related deaths; Linn County reports 12 new cases of COVID-19

The Livingston County Health Center reports three new COVID-19-related deaths, bringing the total to 64. Nine cases have been added since June 21st, making a total of 1,963. Fifty-one cases are active. The number of COVID-19 cases in Linn County has increased by 12 since June 16th to 1,663. The number of active cases dropped […]

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Missouri Attorney General, Governor send letter to Biden DOJ, fighting encroachment on Second Amendment rights

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Governor Mike Parson sent a letter to President Biden’s Department of Justice fighting back against potential federal overreach and encroachment on Missourians’ Second Amendment rights. The full letter can be found here “Missourians’ and Americans’ Second Amendment rights are enshrined in the Constitution – I will defend those rights […]

Coronavirus Update

Grundy County Health Department reports 23 cases of COVID-19 this week, 10 cases in the last 24-hours

The Grundy County Health Department reports there have been 23 new COVID-19 cases this week. There has been an increase of 10 cases since June 16, bringing the total to 1,177. Thirty-nine cases are active. Twenty-seven percent of Grundy County residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 24.4% have completed […]

Charges Filed

Ridgeway man faces multiple charges after threatening to harm wife and 2-year-old daughter

A Ridgeway man faces a few felony charges after he allegedly threatened to harm his wife and daughter. Thirty-eight-year-old Ryan Lee Wiley has been charged with first-degree endangering the welfare of a child, unlawful use of a weapon, and first-degree harassment. Bond was set at $100,000 cash only. A bond hearing is scheduled for June […]

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COVID-19 vaccine clinics to be held in Putnam and Sullivan counties

The Putnam County Health Department reported on June 11 that it received notification of another COVID-19 case. That brought the total to 523. One person was being actively monitored by public health, and 509 had been released from public health monitoring. Thirteen COVID-19-related deaths had been reported. The Putnam County Health Department noted that some […]

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MoDOT planned road work in north Missouri for the week of June 14, 2021

The following is a list of general highway maintenance and construction work the Missouri Department of Transportation has planned in north Missouri for the week of June 14 – 20. All road closures and planned roadwork may be viewed on the Traveler Information Map at http://traveler.modot.org/map/. Inclement weather may cause schedule changes in some of […]

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Blythedale man charged with property damage after striking building with vehicle

A Blythedale man has been charged with felony first-degree property damage after he allegedly struck the Bethany Counseling Center building with a truck on June 9. Thirty-two-year-old Kevin Adcock has also been charged with felony leaving the scene of an accident with property damage exceeding $1,000. His bond was set at $10,000 cash only. A […]

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Chillicothe man who struck UTV with pickup facing charges after UTV driver dies in hospital

A Chillicothe man faces felony charges after a two-vehicle accident in Livingston County on May 23 that the Highway Patrol reports caused the death of a Hale man. Thirty-three-year-old Steven Lee Wilson has been charged with driving while intoxicated, death of another, and DWI, serious physical injury. Bond was originally set at $50,000 cash only, […]

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Former Tina-Avalon physical education teacher pleads “Not Guilty” to rape, sodomy and sexual contact

A former Tina-Avalon R-2 physical education teacher accused of having sexual contact with a student entered a plea of not guilty in the Associate Division of Carroll County Circuit Court Wednesday. Twenty-five-year-old Preston McMullen of Smithton was continued to June 16th. McMullen has been charged with the felonies of sodomy or attempted sodomy—first degree, statutory […]

National Rural Health Day

Carroll County Memorial Hospital joins nationwide observance of National Rural Health Day

Carroll County Memorial Hospital is proud to recognize the innovation, quality of care, and dedication of health professionals and volunteers in our community during National Rural Health Day 2020. National Rural Health Day was founded as a way to showcase rural America; increase awareness of rural health-related challenges; and promote the efforts of National Organization […]

Crime and Courts

Three handed suspended sentences in Division One of Grundy County court

Sentences were announced, then suspended for three individuals appearing on Thursday in Division One of the Grundy County Circuit Court. James Charles Phillips of Port Huron, Michigan pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated persistent offender on June 16th. Phillips was sentenced to four years with the Department of Corrections. Execution of the sentence was stayed […]

Court News

Light docket heads up Division One of Grundy County court

Two defendants have waived preliminary hearings and had their felony cases continued to Thursday in Division One of the Grundy County Circuit Court. Trenton resident William Griffin is charged with driving while intoxicated, persistent offender; and resisting or interfering with an arrest – both on July 2nd. A resident of Port Huron, Michigan – James […]