Charles Spencer Henson

Livingston County authorities arrest child sex offender who failed to register change of address in Chillicothe

An investigation by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office of a possible registration violation on a child sex offender has resulted in the arrest of a man on alleged felony violation for failing to register as a sex offender. Sheriff Steve Cox reports 30-year-old Charles Spencer Henson was also arrested on two outstanding Trenton municipal arrest […]

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Adair County Health Department in Kirksville reports first case of Coronavirus

The Adair County Health Department is reporting a confirmed case of Coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19, in Adair County. The confirmed case, according to the health department, is travel-related as the individual had just returned from Chicago. The department reports the individual was exposed there, then traveled to Kirksville by car. The individual developed symptoms during the […]

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Mercer County Courthouse staff taking precautions against COVID-19

In an effort to avoid spreading the coronavirus, or COVID-19, the employees of the Mercer County Courthouse are taking precautions to limit in-person contact. Individuals may call any of the courthouse offices to inquire if business can be by telephone. Courthouse staff asks that if individuals are feeling sick or experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms, […]

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COVID-19: Virus claims the life of first individual in Missouri

Gov. Mike Parson has announced Missouri’s first death from the coronavirus. During a press conference outside his Capitol office in Jefferson City, Parson says the casualty involves someone from the Columbia area in mid-Missouri. The governor was joined at the press conference by Columbia Mayor Brian Treece and by MU Health Care chief clinical officer […]

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Coronavirus Information: How organizations are handling the issue statewide

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education continues to receive many questions about COVID-19 and how it impacts student attendance, school closure, assessments, and virtual education opportunities. We are aware that local education agencies must consider a number of factors when making decisions in this current situation. Administrative Memo COM-20-001, issued from the Commissioner […]