Mark Twain Cave complex is now under new ownership
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Mark Twain Cave complex is now under new ownership

The Mark Twain Cave complex is now under new ownership. Quincy residents Todd and Austin Curry have bought the complex, which also includes Cameron Cave, a campground, winery, restaurant and shops, and is a well-known tourist attraction.

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Hannibal Regional now offering telehealth visits

Hannibal Regional Medical Group is now offering telehealth visits during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hannibal News

HBPW postponing water system transition

Citing concern over the safety and health of its customers and staff as it relates to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Hannibal Board of Public Works Board announced Monday the decision to delay eliminating ammonia from the city's water treatment

Police & Courts

Fire damages vacant house in Hannibal

Investigators have ruled that a fire at 711 Walnut St. early Tuesday was incendiary and are asking for information from the public.

Police & Courts

Minnesota man hurt in rollover crash

A Minnesota man was injured after the semitruck he was driving overturned on its side on Saturday.

Hannibal man facing assault charges
Police & Courts

Hannibal man facing assault charges

A Hannibal man faces charges of second-degree assault and armed criminal action after a Wednesday disturbance in the 2200 block of Broadway.

Hannibal News

HBPW audit results released

After nearly six months a team of forensic auditors has wrapped up its review of the Hannibal Board of Public Works' financial processes and accounting.

Hannibal man arrested in armed robbery
Police & Courts

Hannibal man arrested in armed robbery

A Hannibal man was arrested Monday night after a driver of a local taxi company reported that a male passenger displayed a handgun and demanded money.

Health

BPS, Hannibal Clinic offering telehealth visits

For the safety and convenience of patients, Blessing Physician Services and Hannibal Clinic providers are offering telehealth visits.

Quincy News

Denman Services stores move to curbside pickup, essential deliveries only

The five durable medical equipment and complex rehab stores in the region operated by Denman Services Inc., will modify their service, effective Saturday, tied to the COVID-19 response.

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