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Missouri Governor’s budget proposes moving prisoners from Western to Crossroads Correctional Center in Cameron

One of the proposals in Governor Mike Parson’s state budget request involves the Cameron prison population. Alisa Nelson of Missourinet provides details on the proposal involving moving operations from the Western Missouri Correctional Center to the nearby Crossroads Correctional Center.  

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Missouri Department of Conservation reports final deer harvest for the season at 293,670

Missouri’s 2021-2022 deer-hunting season ended Jan. 15 with the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reporting a preliminary total deer harvest for the season of 293,670. Of the deer harvested, 143,049 were antlered bucks, 26,599 were button bucks, and 124,022 were does. Top harvest counties for the overall deer season were Franklin with 6,392 deer harvested, […]

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Five area health departments report on new COVID-19 cases; COVID-19 related death reported in Harrison County

A COVID-19-related death has been added for Harrison County. The county’s COVID-19 dashboard indicates that, as of January 12th, there were 29 deaths total.  There had also been an increase of 13 cases since January 11th, raising that total to 1,777. Forty-four cases were active for Harrison County. There had been 1,363 confirmed cases and […]

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Four area health departments report on new cases of COVID-19; Daviess County to hold COVID-19 vaccine clinic

The Harrison County COVID-19 dashboard shows an increase of 20 cases since January 10th. There were 1,764 total cases as of January 11th, and 36 were active. There had been 1,352 confirmed cases and 410 probable cases. The Livingston County Health Center on January 12th reported 18 COVID-19 cases had been added since January 11th. […]

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Missouri Department of Conservation proposes expanding furbearer hunting and trapping seasons

The Missouri Conservation Commission gave initial approval to the Missouri Department of Conservation at its December 10. 2021, open meeting on proposed regulation changes that would extend current furbearer hunting and trapping seasons for abundant furbearer species. Furbearers are mammal species that have traditionally been trapped or hunted for their fur, such as coyotes, raccoons, […]

COVID-19 or Coronavirus Update

Three area health departments report on new cases of COVID-19 as of Friday afternoon

Twenty-one COVID-19 cases have been added for Daviess County since November 30th. The health department reports 1,128 total cases. Of the 50 active cases, 17 involve residents 20 to 39 years old, 15 involve those 19 or younger, 10 involve those at least 60, and eight involve residents 40 to 59. Ten of the active […]

Coronavirus Update

Three area health departments report on new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday afternoon

Twelve COVID-19 cases have been added for Grundy County since the health department’s update on the morning of December 1st. Health Department Administrator Elizabeth Gibson reports a total of 1,859 cases through December 1st. There have been 30 new cases this week. The number of active cases increased by nine to 36. Grundy County’s positivity […]

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Five area health departments report on COVID-19 cases

The Livingston County Health Center reports an additional COVID-19-related death, bringing the deaths to 79 total. Eighteen cases were also added since November 29th’s update, making that total 2,435. There are 36 active cases. The Sullivan County Health Department confirms five additional COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 1,302. There are 13 active cases.As of […]

Coronavirus Update

Two area health departments report on new COVID-19 cases

Fourteen COVID-19 cases have been added in Linn County since November 16th. The health department November 23rd reported a total of 1,950. Sixteen cases were active, and there were no current COVID-19-related hospitalizations. The Sullivan County Health Department on November 23rd confirmed three additional COVID-19 cases, raising the total to 1,291. There were eight active […]

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Breakthrough infection data added to Missouri’s COVID-19 dashboard

A new addition to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services statewide COVID-19 dashboard finds that vaccination remains a strong defense against the virus, and that older age and health co-morbidities are strongly correlated with “breakthrough infections.”  The new data identifies COVID-19 breakthrough infections among the fully vaccinated. The analysis is the result of a partnership […]

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Poverty levels released for counties in northern Missouri

Poverty rates have been released on a county-by-county basis across Missouri. The statistics are based on the most recent U.S. Census data comparing population and income. The information shows Grundy County has a poverty rate of 18.7%, which means eighteen point seven percent of the Grundy County population is at or falls below, 100 percent […]

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Agriculture Secretary: Biden Administration ‘protecting animal agriculture’ with methane reduction plans

(Missouri Independent) – Reducing the number of livestock will not be a priority for the Biden administration as it seeks to drastically cut methane emissions to stem climate change, according to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack. Instead, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s “climate-smart” initiatives will focus on new types of animal feed and manure […]

Coronavirus Update

Two area health departments report on new COVID-19 cases; one health department to hold vaccine clinic for kids

The Grundy County Health Department reports 17 new COVID-19 cases since October 28th. There are 1,792 total cases, and 14 cases are active. The Sullivan County Health Department November 8th confirmed three additional COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 1,276. The number of active cases went down by four from November 5 to six cases. […]

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Area health departments report on new COVID-19 cases

Five COVID-19 cases have been added in Harrison County. The county’s COVID-19 dashboard indicates that, as of November 2nd, there were 1,288 total cases. Thirteen cases were active. There had been 1,036 confirmed cases. Ten COVID-19 cases have been added in Daviess County since October 27th. The health department November 3rd reported 1,021 cases total.  […]

Doctor Amy Patel

Breast Health Radiologist, Dr. Amy Patel, speaks to NCMC students and staff

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month throughout October, North Central Missouri College hosted a guest lecture with Dr. Amy Patel. Dr. Patel, a Chillicothe native, is a Board-Certified Radiologist who specializes in Breast Imaging. She is a Breast Radiologist and Medical Director of The Breast Care Center at Liberty Hospital, while also serving as […]

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Missouri hunters take 12 black bears during first black bear hunting season

The Missouri Department of Conservation reports that Missouri hunters harvested 12 black bears during the state’s inaugural bear-hunting season, which ran Oct. 18–27. More than 6,330 hunters applied for 400 permits for the season with the maximum total harvest for the season being 40 bears. “This was an incredibly successful first bear hunting season for […]

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Three area health departments report on new cases of COVID-19

The Grundy County Health Department reports two additional COVID-19-related deaths, bringing the total to 54. Thirty new cases have also been added since October 19th, making that total 1,775. The number of active cases went down five to 19. The Livingston County Health Center reports four COVID-19 cases have been added since October 25th, bringing […]