A St. Louis County woman in her 80s is Missouri’s ninth coronavirus related death. County leaders announced the casualty on Thursday. Missouri has at least 670 people who have tested positive for the respiratory disease. According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Director Randall Williams, some 7,000 people have been tested in […]
Carroll County Memorial Hospital announced effective Monday, March 30, the Main Entrance, will be the only open entrance to the public. This will also serve as the entrance for all walk-in emergencies and will be open 24 hours a day. CCMH will continue to screen all patients entering the facility upon arrival. “CCMH is following […]
Sullivan County Public Water Supply District has temporarily closed its doors to walk-in customers until further notice. Any essential business can be conducted on the phone at 660-265-4811. Bills may be paid by mail, phone, online, or by using the dropbox by our front door. If you have billing questions call the district at 660-265-4811.
A Chillicothe, Missouri man has been charged in Livingston County with second-degree arson stemming from an alleged incident in January. Online court information indicates Ronald Gene Dryer is scheduled for an initial court appearance on May 20th at 9 am. A probable cause affidavit accuses Dryer of starting a fire in a 1983 Prowler Camper […]
Wright Memorial Hospital Chief Executive Officer Steve Schieber says hospital employees are working together as a team and are well prepared to deal with COVID-19. Protections are in place at the hospital at Trenton for patients, employees, and the community. He notes Wright Memorial has an adequate supply of personal protective equipment for its employees […]
With so many Missourians stuck at home, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is offering teachers, parents, students, and others its free Discover Nature Schools nature-based curriculum for pre-kindergarten through high school online. You can find Discover Nature Schools information and curriculum for pre-kindergarten through high school online. The Missouri Department of Conservation also offers other […]
The Missouri Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) would like to remind producers of the program sign-up deadlines to be considered for FY 2020 funding are as follows: Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) application deadline is March 30, 2020. Environmental Quality Incentive Program-Regional Conservation Partnership Program (EQIP-RCPP) application deadline is March 30, 2020. Conservation Stewardship Program-Classic […]
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt issued a cease and desist letter to a Springfield area man who was confirmed, after investigation, to be selling N95 masks at inflated prices in the Springfield area. Attorney General Schmitt’s office opened an investigation in response to a report of possible price gouging by a report from TV station […]
The Grundy County Extension Office will be closed until April 13th due to concerns about personal health and public safety. An assessment is to be made at that time concerning safety. Until further notice, private applicators will not be allowed to visit the Extension Office to watch the DVD to recertify. There are only two […]
The Grand River Multipurpose Center in Chillicothe reports it is in danger of discontinuing its daily meal program and limiting its home-delivered meal program. The program provides about 410 hot meals at the center per week, and volunteers deliver about 640 meals to homebound seniors in Livingston County each week. The meals served at the […]
With the State of Emergency declared within the city limits of Trenton, dining establishments have temporarily changed their hours, closed part of or all of their dining rooms, offer only curbside service or have closed their doors temporarily until restrictions are lifted. The Trenton Chamber of Commerce has compiled an updated list of restaurants and […]
The Trenton Park Department has temporarily closed all playgrounds, the Moberly Park enclosed shelter house and the Rock Barn as a health and safety precaution. Park Director Jason Shuler says those are the only facilities the Park Department is restricting at this time. The closures comply with the emergency declaration by Mayor Linda Crooks.