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First case of COVID-19 reported in Livingston County

The Livingston County Health Center has confirmed the first case of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Livingston County. Health center Director Sherry Weldon says the case is not travel-related, and the patient is a 64-year-old woman who is now quarantined at home. Weldon made the announcement on Saturday afternoon. Staff at the health center are working with […]

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Three from Macon injured in crash on Jet Road

Three Macon residents sustained injuries when a car overturned near Macon on Friday afternoon. An ambulance transported driver 18-year-old Chloe Dailey to the Samaritan Hospital of Macon with moderate injuries. Passengers 18-year-old Kristeena Jaecques and 20-year-old James Yearwood sustained minor injuries and refused treatment at the crash scene. The car traveled east on Jet Road […]

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Two-car crash at 17th and Harris in Trenton injures one

The Trenton Police Department reports a Trenton woman was taken to the hospital and received a citation after a two-car crash at the intersection of 17th Street and Harris Avenue on Thursday morning. Grundy County Emergency Medical Services transported 84-year-old Darlie Ann Ricketts to Wright Memorial Hospital, where she was treated and released. No injuries […]

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“Stay At Home” order issued for Clinton County residents

A public health emergency “Stay at Home” Order has been enacted in Clinton County to reduce the possibility of exposure to and spread of COVID-19. It is to remain in place until the emergency is determined to have been abated. The order states Clinton County citizens should remain in their respective residences, avoid contact with […]

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Ridgeway woman injured in crash on Highway 69

A Ridgeway resident was injured on Thursday when the pickup she was driving traveled off Highway 69 in Harrison County and overturned when it struck an embankment five miles north of Bethany. Twenty-two-year-old Brittany Jennings received minor injuries and declined treatment at the scene but told officers she would seek medical attention later. The pickup […]

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Missouri State Auditor releases annual statewide audit

Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway released the annual Statewide Single Audit, which reviews the state’s financial reporting and the management and spending of $12 billion in federal funds. This year’s Statewide Single Audit reviewed 12 major federal programs and reported eight findings related to eight programs at three state agencies. The audit raised concerns with […]

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Attorney General issues cease and desist letter to Missouri man price gouging on N95 masks

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 […]

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Bethany man charged with kidnapping, assault and abuse of a child

A Bethany man has been charged in Harrison County with three felonies after an alleged incident on Monday, March 23, 2020. Thirty-nine-year- old Jeremiah Searles has been charged with first-degree kidnapping, facilitating a felony, inflicting injury, terrorizing, first-degree domestic assault, and abuse or neglect of a child—no sexual contact. Arraignment was held on Tuesday, and […]

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Audio: Man who licked various items at Missouri Walmart charged with “Terrorist Threat”

A 26-year-old eastern Missouri man is accused of posting a video online of himself licking items at a Walmart store this month. “Who’s afraid of the coronavirus?” Cody Pfister, 26, said in a video he later posted to social media.  Warrenton police said in a statement the department had been contacted by people in the […]

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NCMC Board of Trustees approve Pandemic Response Policy at busy meeting on Tuesday

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approved a Pandemic Response Policy and several other items related to COVID-19 Tuesday evening. The Pandemic Response Policy allows for 10 days of paid emergency leave to be made available immediately for current full-time employees who are unable to work due to needing to care for a […]