Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen accept ordinances, move forward with plans for county fair

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen accepted several ordinances at a meeting Monday evening. One added a new chapter to city code regarding regulations for medical marijuana cultivation, manufacturing, testing, transportation, and dispensaries. The board voted in April to draft a city ordinance reducing the medical marijuana dispensary distance requirement from 1,000 feet to 100 feet […]

Livingston County Health Center

Livingston County Health Center cancels blood draw clinic

Livingston County Health Center has cancelled May 27th Adult Blood Draw Clinic following social distancing guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and the Missouri order due to the threat of coronavirus. The health issue will be re-assessed in June, with the potential of exploring alternate means of doing blood draws, providing the virus spread […]

Missouri Governor Mike Parson

Governor Parson highlights “Show-Me-Strong” Recovery Pillars as Missouri prepares to reopen today

“I want to assure Missourians that we are prepared,” Governor Parson said. “The overall trends in the data show that we have met the four pillars, and we are ready to safely reopen Missouri.” The “Show Me Strong Recovery” Pillars are designed to give Missouri a benchmark for moving forward: Expand the testing capacity and volume in […]

COVID-19 or Coronavirus Update

Sullivan County Health Department confirms first positive case of COVID-19

The Sullivan County Health Department confirms the first positive case of COVID-19 in the county. The health department reports a private laboratory tested the specimen, and the person is practicing self-isolation to decrease the risk of exposing others. No other information about the patient will be provided to maintain confidentiality. The Sullivan County Health Department […]

Missouri Governor Mike Parson

Governor Parson announces first phase of “Show Me Strong Recovery Plan” beginning May 4, 2020

Governor Mike Parson announced the first phase of the “Show Me Strong Recovery” Plan outlining how Missouri will gradually begin to reopen economic and social activity on Monday, May 4, 2020.  Governor Parson was joined by Missouri Hospital Association President and CEO Herb Kuhn, MO HealthNet Director Todd Richardson, Missouri Department of Economic Development Director […]

Underage Drinking and Driving DWI

New Hampton woman demolishes SUV on Highway 136; accused of DWI

A New Hampton resident was injured and later arrested, Sunday night in a single-vehicle rollover accident in eastern Gentry County. Thirty-four-year-old Heather Daleske received minor injuries and was taken by a private vehicle to the Harrison County Community Hospital in Bethany. Daleske was eastbound when the sports utility vehicle traveled off the north side of […]

Boynton pump returned, refurbished and to be on display at Sullivan County Historical Society

North Central Missouri Regional Water Commission approved for Regional Conservation Partnership Program funds

The Natural Resources Conservation Service announced on Thursday that the North Central Missouri Regional Water Commission was approved for $506,494 in Regional Conservation Partnership Program funds. The funds will be matched with $515,000 of local funding or in-kind contributions to prevent non-point source runoff from contaminating the East Locust Creek Reservoir in Sullivan County. The […]

Missouri 2021 Bicentennial Website

Missouri Bicentennial Commission announces poster contest for students

The Missouri Bicentennial Commission has announced the Bicentennial Poster contest is open to all students in third through 12th grade in the state through October 31st. Judges will select two posters from third through sixth grades and two from seventh through 12th grades to commemorate Missouri’s bicentennial of statehood. The posters will be selected on […]