North Central Missouri Development Alliance or NCMDA

North Central Missouri Development Alliance announces qualifications for next Director

Qualifications have been announced for the next director of the North Central Missouri Development Alliance. The alliance is seeking a community/economic developer who is self-motivated. The person taking the full-time position should be capable of working independently as well as cooperatively with city and county governments, a board of directors, and regional, community, and county-based […]

Natural Gas

Natural gas customers in Princeton may end conservation efforts and return to normal usage

The city of Princeton reports natural gas customers can resume their usage at normal levels. The city previously requested during the recent extreme cold weather, that customers conserve on natural gas usage. The city of Princeton wants to thank customers for their energy conservation efforts. Governor Mike Parson says his office has been contacted by […]

Evergy Website

Evergy resumes normal operations after severe weather event

Evergy has resumed normal operations after severe weather created stress on the regional power grid for most of the week. The company was asked to implement controlled, temporary emergency electricity reductions Monday and Tuesday. The Southwest Power Pool has returned to “Conservative Operations,” which means customer requests for conservation are no longer needed. Evergy continues […]

Linn County Health Department Website

Linn County Health Department transitions to 10-day quarantine period for asymptomatic close contacts

The Linn County Health Department has transitioned to a 10-day quarantine period for asymptomatic close contacts to COVID-19 positive cases. The 10-day quarantine applies only to individuals under quarantine who have not developed any symptoms at any time during the quarantine period. The health department expects individuals to quarantine for a full 10 days from […]

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Linn County Health Department administers 1,206 doses of COVID-19 vaccine

The Linn County Health Department reports it gave 1,206 doses of COVID-19 vaccine over six clinic days. The health department reported last week the office would vaccinate individuals at least 65 years old and those 64 and younger with an increased risk for illness. The Linn County Health Department was to resume normal operations on […]

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Department of Justice arrests 11 individuals on drug conspiracy and dog fighting charges

An indictment was unsealed charging 11 individuals on a 136-count federal indictment including violations of drug conspiracy, drug possession, and drug possession with the intent to distribute, and violations of the dogfighting prohibitions of the federal Animal Welfare Act, and conspiracy to commit the same. The defendants include Jarvis Lockett, 40, of Warner Robins, Georgia; […]

North Central Missouri College Website V2 (NCMC)

NCMC Foundation announces receipt of “Gifts in Action” donation; campus to close for winter break

The North Central Missouri College Foundation announces it received a Gifts in Action donation from JK Farms to establish the John Kuttler Agriculture Scholarship. The scholarship honors the memory of the local farmer and community leader. The first John Kuttler Scholarship will be awarded in fall 2021. To qualify, NCMC students must be enrolled full-time, […]