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Center man injured in Morgan County crash

A Center man was injured in a Thursday night crash in Morgan County.

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Health

Pike County, Mo., confirms second COVID-19 case, issues stay-at-home order

The Pike County Health Department was notified Friday that the second case of novel coronavirus has been confirmed in the county and a stay-at-home order has been issued.

Parson issues statewide stay-at-home order to curb virus
Missouri News

Parson issues statewide stay-at-home order to curb virus

Gov. Mike Parson issued a statewide stay-at-home order on Friday, meaning Missouri has joined about 40 other states already requiring residents to avoid going out except for essential purposes.

Police & Courts

Crash southeast of Monroe City injures New London man

A Wednesday night crash southeast of Monroe City injured a New London man.

Police & Courts

Five injured when truck hits tree

Five people were injured Wednesday afternoon when a truck hit a tree in Ralls County.

Mark Twain Cave complex is now under new ownership
Hannibal News

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.

Missouri News

Missouri coronavirus cases spike; unclear if it's a hot spot

Coronavirus cases in Missouri are rising at an alarming rate, but health experts said Wednesday it's too soon to know if the state is emerging as one of the next hot spots.

Health

Hannibal Regional now offering telehealth visits

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

Business

O'Laughlin, SBA host small business webinar

A state senator is joining with the Small Business Administration to host a webinar to explain opportunities for small firms to participate in the $2.2 trillion stimulus package signed into law over the weekend by President Donald Trump.

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

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