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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Saturday
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  • 66°
  • 46°

Thunderstorms

Sunday
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  • 64°
  • 52°

Morning clouds followed by afternoon sun

Monday
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  • 70°
  • 52°

More sun than clouds

Tuesday
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  • 78°
  • 60°

Plenty of sun

Wednesday
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  • 82°
  • 64°

Mostly sunny

Thursday
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  • 68°

More sun than clouds

Friday
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  • 84°
  • 69°

Partly cloudy

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 67°(Feels like 67°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: NNW @ 3 mph
  • Barometer: 29.98 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:39:48 am
  • Sunset: 08:26:57 pm
  • Humidity: 93
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 2

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Saturday
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  • 69°
  • 45°

Showers and thunderstorms

Sunday
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  • 68°
  • 45°

Considerable cloudiness

Monday
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  • 70°
  • 48°

Mix of sun and clouds

Tuesday
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  • 76°
  • 55°

Sunny

Wednesday
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  • 81°
  • 60°

More sun than clouds

Thursday
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  • 87°
  • 65°

More sun than clouds

Friday
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Times of sun and clouds

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 66°(Feels like 66°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: WSW @ 3 mph
  • Barometer: 30 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:35:03 am
  • Sunset: 08:25:40 pm
  • Humidity: 97
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 1

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Saturday
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  • 70°
  • 50°

Thunderstorms, some may contain heavy rain

Sunday
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  • 64°
  • 49°

Mostly cloudy

Monday
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  • 71°
  • 52°

Times of sun and clouds

Tuesday
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  • 76°
  • 57°

Mostly sunny

Wednesday
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  • 81°
  • 62°

Mainly sunny

Thursday
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  • 86°
  • 67°

Plenty of sun

Friday
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  • 88°
  • 69°

Mostly sunny

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 67°(Feels like 67°)
  • Broken Clouds
  • Wind: NE @ 5 mph
  • Barometer: 29.99 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:38:14 am
  • Sunset: 08:23:31 pm
  • Humidity: 93
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 1

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Saturday
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  • 71°
  • 48°

Thunderstorms early

Sunday
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  • 66°
  • 50°

Mostly cloudy

Monday
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  • 71°
  • 53°

Mix of sun and clouds

Tuesday
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  • 77°
  • 58°

Plenty of sun

Wednesday
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  • 82°
  • 63°

Times of sun and clouds

Thursday
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  • 86°
  • 67°

Sunshine

Friday
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  • 88°
  • 68°

Mostly sunny

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 68°(Feels like 68°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: @ 0 mph
  • Barometer: 30 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:40:41 am
  • Sunset: 08:26:27 pm
  • Humidity: 88
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 2

Regional Conditions

Quincy
67°
Macomb
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Pittsfield
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Hannibal
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Missouri highway patrol opens driver's license testing supersite in Hannibal

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The Missouri State Highway Patrol has opened a new driver's license testing facility in Hannibal that troopers say will offer local motorists easier access to a quality testing environment. Sgt. Brent Bernhardt said an open house for the newly-constructed commercial driver's license testing "supersite" at 4725 Ready Mix Road is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon Friday. The public is invited to attend.
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The Crossing in Hannibal finds new space to grow

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The Hannibal branch of a Quincy-based megachurch will soon have more space to accommodate its booming congregation. Randy Drish, pastor of the Crossing in Hannibal, said work on a new building adjacent to the Orpheum on Broadway is expected to wrap up by the end of summer. Features include a coffee bar, a larger lobby, more accessible restrooms and additional space for children's activities.

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City employees to get pay hike as result of funding efforts

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Hannibal city employees will receive a 2 percent pay increase in the next fiscal year in light of restructuring efforts, higher sales tax revenue and an extra pay period.

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Frankford, Mo., boy killed when off-road vehicle overturns

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An 8-year-old Frankford boy has died of injuries sustained when the off-road vehicle he was driving overturned at 12:45 p.m. Thursday north of Frankford in Ralls County. Logan N. Haden was taken by private vehicle to Hannibal Regional Hospital where he died at 6:33 p.m. Thursday. More>>

Fire destroys New London home; cause undetermined

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NEW LONDON, Mo. -- Fire destroyed a two-story house in New London on Wednesday afternoon. Fire Chief James Quick of the New London Fire Department said a neighbor called in the fire alarm at 12:34 p.m. The volunteer fire... More>>

Two LaBelle, Mo., children injured in crash on Mo. 6

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Two LaBelle children were slightly injured in a one-vehicle crash at 2 a.m. Monday on Mo. 6, 1 mile east of Knox City. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports Heather Ann K. Luckie, 27, of LaBelle, was driving a 2000 Chevrolet Metro east when it ran off the road and struck a ditch. Her two children, Destiny S. Ownbey, 6, and Devon D. Ownbey, 4, were in their car seats and suffered only minor injuries.
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Edina church community come together to rebuild after fire

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Fire and smoke billowing from century-old stained-glass windows didn't originally seem like a blessing to members of Edina's St. Joseph Catholic Church. As flames licked the southwest corner of the brick building and thick smoke rose into the space above it, parishioners and the community wondered if they were watching a treasure crumble before them.

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Troy man injured when motorcycle overturns in Ralls County

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A man ejected from his motorcycle suffered serious injuries Saturday.  More>>

California man seriously injured when car overturns in Monroe County, Mo.

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A California man suffered serious injuries in a one-car crash Friday morning.  More>>

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  • Missouri Chamber president presents strategic plan to Hannibal business leaders

    Missouri Chamber president presents strategic plan to Hannibal business leaders

    Friday, May 22 2015 4:37 PM EDT2015-05-22 20:37:30 GMT
    Missouri Chamber of Commerce President Dan Mehan urged Hannibal community leaders Thursday to get behind a 15-year strategic plan designed to revamp Missouri's business environment and push the Show-Me State to become a top economic performer.
    Missouri Chamber of Commerce President Dan Mehan urged Hannibal community leaders Thursday to get behind a 15-year strategic plan designed to revamp Missouri's business environment and push the Show-Me State to become a top economic performer.
  • Unoccupied house burns near Palmyra, Mo

    Unoccupied house burns near Palmyra, Mo

    Friday, May 22 2015 11:23 AM EDT2015-05-22 15:23:49 GMT
    Winds spread from a burning brush pile to an old, unoccupied house on the same property north of Palmyra about 2:30 a.m. Friday. The two-story brick house was destroyed. Palmyra Fire Chief Gary Crane said the property on County Road 323 is owned by Keller Farms, and they had been clearing the recently purchased farm.
    Winds spread from a burning brush pile to an old, unoccupied house on the same property north of Palmyra about 2:30 a.m. Friday. The two-story brick house was destroyed. Palmyra Fire Chief Gary Crane said the property on County Road 323 is owned by Keller Farms, and they had been clearing the recently purchased farm.
  • Mark Twain Casino may be fined $5,000 for losing gaming transaction data

    Mark Twain Casino may be fined $5,000 for losing gaming transaction data

    Friday, May 22 2015 9:56 AM EDT2015-05-22 13:56:16 GMT
    The Missouri Gaming Commission is proposing disciplinary action be taken against Mark Twain Casino for losing some of the casino's gambling transaction data and not having an adequate backup. At its monthly meeting Wednesday in Jefferson City, the MGC unanimously approved a "preliminary order for disciplinary action" that recommends the LaGrange casino be fined $5,000.
    The Missouri Gaming Commission is proposing disciplinary action be taken against Mark Twain Casino for losing some of the casino's gambling transaction data and not having an adequate backup. At its monthly meeting Wednesday in Jefferson City, the MGC unanimously approved a "preliminary order for disciplinary action" that recommends the LaGrange casino be fined $5,000.
  • Crash injures two on Route AA in Memphis, Mo.

    Crash injures two on Route AA in Memphis, Mo.

    Friday, May 22 2015 9:30 AM EDT2015-05-22 13:30:09 GMT
    Two Memphis drivers were injured after a car and pickup truck collided about 7:45 p.m. Thursday on Mo. 15 at Route AA in Memphis. Paula Thomson, 54, and Kevin L. Koontz, 34, were taken by Scotland County Ambulance to Scotland County Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
    Two Memphis drivers were injured after a car and pickup truck collided about 7:45 p.m. Thursday on Mo. 15 at Route AA in Memphis. Paula Thomson, 54, and Kevin L. Koontz, 34, were taken by Scotland County Ambulance to Scotland County Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
  • Hannibal School Board hears concerns about student transfer bill

    Hannibal School Board hears concerns about student transfer bill

    Thursday, May 21 2015 9:01 AM EDT2015-05-21 13:01:30 GMT
    Tuesday night, the Hannibal School Board discussed a Missouri House bill relating to student transfers that could boost the number of charter and virtual schools in the Show-Me State. Superintendent Susan Johnson said HB 42 has cleared both the House and Senate and awaits decision by Gov. Jay Nixon. If Nixon signs the bill, charter and virtual school expansion could mean that less funding would be directed toward school districts.
    Tuesday night, the Hannibal School Board discussed a Missouri House bill relating to student transfers that could boost the number of charter and virtual schools in the Show-Me State. Superintendent Susan Johnson said HB 42 has cleared both the House and Senate and awaits decision by Gov. Jay Nixon. If Nixon signs the bill, charter and virtual school expansion could mean that less funding would be directed toward school districts.

  • Hannibal City Council approves modified traffic plan for Shinn Lane updates

    Hannibal City Council approves modified traffic plan for Shinn Lane updates

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 3:09 PM EDT2015-05-20 19:09:25 GMT
    Jeff LaGarceJeff LaGarce
    The Hannibal City Council on Tuesday accepted a modified traffic plan to update Shinn Lane and create access to a developing business park. City Manager Jeff LaGarce said Wednesday the Missouri Department of Transportation suggested the city conduct a traffic study of Shinn Lane before creating a program for reworking the two-lane road.
    The Hannibal City Council on Tuesday accepted a modified traffic plan to update Shinn Lane and create access to a developing business park. City Manager Jeff LaGarce said Wednesday the Missouri Department of Transportation suggested the city conduct a traffic study of Shinn Lane before creating a program for reworking the two-lane road.
  • Van overturns after hitting farm tractor on Ill. 57

    Van overturns after hitting farm tractor on Ill. 57

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 2:01 PM EDT2015-05-20 18:01:52 GMT
    Three people were slightly injured when the van they were in hit a farm tractor on Ill. 57 and overturned at about 6:19 p.m. Tuesday. Landon Sprague, 29, and his passengers, April Sprague, 29, and a 2-year-old girl, were taken to Blessing Hospital for treatment.
    Three people were slightly injured when the van they were in hit a farm tractor on Ill. 57 and overturned at about 6:19 p.m. Tuesday. Landon Sprague, 29, and his passengers, April Sprague, 29, and a 2-year-old girl, were taken to Blessing Hospital for treatment.
  • Fight against white-nose syndrome in bats takes flight in Hannibal

    Fight against white-nose syndrome in bats takes flight in Hannibal

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 11:44 AM EDT2015-05-20 15:44:00 GMT
    The bats soaring into the air might be the next weapon in the fight against a devastating killer. Scientists released approximately 150 bats Tuesday night at the Mark Twain Cave Complex that were used in new research to find a way to stem deadly white-nose syndrome, a fungal disease that has killed millions of bats in 26 states.
    The bats soaring into the air might be the next weapon in the fight against a devastating killer. Scientists released approximately 150 bats Tuesday night at the Mark Twain Cave Complex that were used in new research to find a way to stem deadly white-nose syndrome, a fungal disease that has killed millions of bats in 26 states.
  • Hannibal seniors gather to grieve over loss of classmate

    Hannibal seniors gather to grieve over loss of classmate

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 9:38 AM EDT2015-05-20 13:38:13 GMT
    It wasn't supposed to be this way. With little time left in their Hannibal High School careers, the Class of 2015 was set to cruise the Mississippi River on Tuesday night on the Mark Twain Riverboat and enjoy their final moments together before life and education took them separate ways. But instead of reminiscing on the river, about 60 students gathered at Clover Road Christian Church to process the sudden, unexplainable death of one of their own.
    It wasn't supposed to be this way. With little time left in their Hannibal High School careers, the Class of 2015 was set to cruise the Mississippi River on Tuesday night on the Mark Twain Riverboat and enjoy their final moments together before life and education took them separate ways. But instead of reminiscing on the river, about 60 students gathered at Clover Road Christian Church to process the sudden, unexplainable death of one of their own.
  • One driver transported to hospital after two-car collision on U.S. 136

    One driver transported to hospital after two-car collision on U.S. 136

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 9:04 AM EDT2015-05-20 13:04:02 GMT
    Two drivers sustained minor injuries Tuesday in a crash at U.S. 136 and Highway MM. Jamaisa J. Simpson, 17, of Arbela, was transported to Scotland County Hospital. Katherine R. Stone, 56, of Memphis received treatment at the scene. A Missouri State Highway Patrol said Stone, driving a 2009 Lincoln, did not yield and pulled into the path of a 2004 Chevrolet driven by Simpson. Assisting were the Scotland County Sheriff's Department and Memphis Police Department.
    MEMPHIS, Mo. -- Two drivers sustained minor injuries Tuesday in a crash at U.S. 136 and Highway MM. Jamaisa J. Simpson, 17, of Arbela, was transported to Scotland County Hospital. Katherine R. Stone, 56, of Memphis...
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  • Hannibal teen with active arrest warrant apprehended by police

    Hannibal teen with active arrest warrant apprehended by police

    Monday, May 18 2015 1:47 PM EDT2015-05-18 17:47:17 GMT
    A Hannibal teen was arrested Sunday night on an outstanding warrant. Hannibal police were called to the 1800 block of Hope Street after it was reported that three men were looking into vehicles, according to a Hannibal Police Department press release. Officers talked to the men and learned one of them, Vincent D. Elder, 17, had an active Marion County arrest warrant.
    A Hannibal teen was arrested Sunday night on an outstanding warrant. Hannibal police were called to the 1800 block of Hope Street after it was reported that three men were looking into vehicles, according to a Hannibal Police Department press release. Officers talked to the men and learned one of them, Vincent D. Elder, 17, had an active Marion County arrest warrant.
  • Mother, two children taken to hospital after crash south of Hannibal

    Mother, two children taken to hospital after crash south of Hannibal

    Monday, May 18 2015 8:25 AM EDT2015-05-18 12:25:29 GMT
    A 25-year-old woman and two children were taken to the hospital after a one-vehicle crash at 9:26 p.m. Sunday on Flint Hill Road, 6 miles south of Hannibal. Marion County Ambulance took Kari L. Ledbetter,Geno R. Ledbetter, 2, and Cyrus K. Ledbetter, 1, all of Hannibal, to Hannibal Regional Hospital. The children were in their car seats, police reported.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A 25-year-old woman and two children were taken to the hospital after a one-vehicle crash at 9:26 p.m. Sunday on Flint Hill Road, 6 miles south of Hannibal. Marion County Ambulance took Kari L....
  • Shelbina, Mo., driver injured in crash on Mo. 15

    Shelbina, Mo., driver injured in crash on Mo. 15

    Monday, May 18 2015 8:25 AM EDT2015-05-18 12:25:29 GMT
    A Shelbina woman was injured when her pickup truck crashed at 3:30 p.m. Sunday off Mo. 15 at the Shelbina south city limits. Margaret J. Howes, 68, told authorities she would seek her own treatment for minor injuries.
    SHELBINA, Mo. -- A Shelbina woman was injured when her pickup truck crashed at 3:30 p.m. Sunday off Mo. 15 at the city limits on Shelbina's south side. Margaret J. Howes, 68, told authorities she would seek her own...
  • Canton builds up flood defenses with new gates, higher road

    Canton builds up flood defenses with new gates, higher road

    Sunday, May 17 2015 12:51 AM EDT2015-05-17 04:51:08 GMT
    CANTON, Mo. -- The city of Canton has completed renovations to its levee and floodgates just in time for summer. Mayor Jarrod Phillips said the levee's north flank was raised 18 inches to keep high water north of the dam from spilling over during storms. Decades-old floodgates were replaced with ones matching the new levee height.
    CANTON, Mo. -- The city of Canton has completed renovations to its levee and floodgates just in time for summer. Mayor Jarrod Phillips said the levee's north flank was raised 18 inches to keep high water north of the dam from spilling over during storms. Decades-old floodgates were replaced with ones matching the new levee height.

  • Hannibal High School dance team eyeing trip to Big Apple for Macy's parade

    Hannibal High School dance team eyeing trip to Big Apple for Macy's parade

    Sunday, May 17 2015 12:33 AM EDT2015-05-17 04:33:19 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Colossal balloons and ornate floats aren't the only reasons why Hannibal residents should tune in to Macy's 89th annual Thanksgiving Day parade this fall. Four Hannibal High School dance team members -- Cheyenne Boss, Brooke Burton, Clair Doyle and Jessica Taylor -- will represent America's Hometown when they dance with young women from across the country during the parade.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Colossal balloons and ornate floats aren't the only reasons why Hannibal residents should tune in to Macy's 89th annual Thanksgiving Day parade this fall. Four Hannibal High School dance team members -- Cheyenne Boss, Brooke Burton, Clair Doyle and Jessica Taylor -- will represent America's Hometown when they dance with young women from across the country during the parade.

  • Downtown Hannibal gearing up for Twain on Main

    Downtown Hannibal gearing up for Twain on Main

    Sunday, May 17 2015 12:31 AM EDT2015-05-17 04:31:47 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A two-day bash aiming to bring Mark Twain's work to life returns to downtown Hannibal Memorial Day weekend. Erik Spence, director of the annual Twain on Main Festival, said this year's event, set for May 23-24, features themed areas corresponding with three of Twain's classic pieces.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A two-day bash aiming to bring Mark Twain's work to life returns to downtown Hannibal Memorial Day weekend. Erik Spence, director of the annual Twain on Main Festival, said this year's event, set for May 23-24, features themed areas corresponding with three of Twain's classic pieces.
  • Sidewalk, pavement work along Mo. 79 to begin next week

    Sidewalk, pavement work along Mo. 79 to begin next week

    Saturday, May 16 2015 12:35 AM EDT2015-05-16 04:35:51 GMT
    Work is about to begin on road resurfacing and sidewalk improvements along Mo. 79 through Hannibal. 
    Work is about to begin on road resurfacing and sidewalk improvements along Mo. 79 through Hannibal. 
  • HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Training sessions available for Hannibal Cannibal

    HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Training sessions available for Hannibal Cannibal

    Friday, May 15 2015 12:46 PM EDT2015-05-15 16:46:09 GMT
    The Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundation is offering a free Hannibal Cannibal training program. The "Couch to Cannibal" program meets at 7:30 a.m. Saturdays and 5 p.m. Tuesdays, designed to help participants prepare for the 5K race July 4. Training sessions take place on the Healthy Way fitness trail, which is on the Hannibal Regional Healthcare System campus.
    The Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundation is offering a free Hannibal Cannibal training program. The "Couch to Cannibal" program meets at 7:30 a.m. Saturdays and 5 p.m. Tuesdays, designed to help participants prepare for the 5K race July 4. Training sessions take place on the Healthy Way fitness trail, which is on the Hannibal Regional Healthcare System campus.

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