Veterans

Major Richard Star Act would allow combat-injured veterans to receive both disability and retirement pay

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) helped introduce the Major Richard Star Act, bipartisan legislation to provide combat-injured veterans with less than 20 years of military service their full benefits. “It’s long overdue that these heroes – who could no longer continue serving due to injuries they sustained in combat – get the benefits they earned,” said […]

Healthcare

Special enrollment period to obtain healthcare insurance through federal marketplace begins today

Today begins a special three month enrollment period for consumers to obtain health insurance through the federal marketplace. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid determined that the COVID-19 emergency presents exceptional circumstances in accessing health insurance and provides the special enrollment period through May 15th. Consumers who are eligible to apply and enroll are in […]

Lady Justice with court gavel

Woman first in the nation charged with misappropriating monies designed for COVID medical provider relief

A Michigan woman was indicted on allegations that she intentionally misappropriated government funds that were designed to aid medical providers in the treatment of patients suffering from COVID-19 and used them for her own personal expenses. Acting Assistant Attorney General Nicholas L. McQuaid of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, Acting U.S. Attorney Saima Mohsin of […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve purchase of utility mapping system

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved an ordinance the evening of February 8th regarding a master project agreement for an advanced metering infrastructure system. City Clerk Hattie Rains reported the agreement establishes a partnership with Core and Main LP. The board authorized Administrator Lance Rains and Public Works Director Mark Morey to purchase a utility […]

Coronavirus Update

Putnam County reports COVID-19 related death; 12 new cases reported over three counties

The Putnam County Health Department reports another COVID-19-related death as well as four additional cases since February 1st. That brings the totals to 12 deaths and 464 cases. The Putnam County Health Department and Putnam County Memorial Hospital have provided 565 COVID-19 vaccine doses to individuals who qualify. The health department continues to request doses […]

Audio: Wright Memorial Hospital offers supportive services for older adults through Senior Life Solutions

Wright Memorial Hospital of Trenton offers a support program for older adults and their families. Senior Life Solutions began about two years ago, and Director Robin Dennert says the program generally involves therapy in groups of less than 10 members.     The group therapy sessions are usually held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings. She […]

Covid-19 vaccine

Carroll County Memorial Hospital to open waiting list for COVID-19 vaccine

Carroll County Memorial Hospital is registered as a COVID-19 Vaccinator. CCMH is now accepting names for our COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist. To see if you qualify for vaccination at this time, please visit the state’s website, www.MOstopsCovid.com. After reviewing, if you still have questions, please direct them to [email protected] To be placed on the CCMH waitlist, […]

Healthcare

Special enrollment period to be held on healthcare website to obtain or change insurance plans

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services determined that the COVID-19 emergency presents exceptional circumstances for consumers in accessing health insurance and will provide a Special Enrollment Period for individuals and families to apply and enroll in the coverage they need. This SEP will be available to consumers in the 36 states served by Marketplaces […]