Health

Pike County reports 105th case of COVID-19

Public health officials in five Northeast Missouri counties reported new cases of COVID-19, including Pike County, where eight new people on Friday had tested positive.

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Arrests of two possibly connected to Monroe City woman's disappearance
Police & Courts

Arrests of two possibly connected to Monroe City woman's disappearance

Two men were charged Thursday in separate cases that may be related to the disappearance of a Monroe City woman who police believe may be the victim of a violent crime.

Health

Six Northeast Missouri counties report 27 new cases of COVID-19

More than two dozen Northeast Missouri residents in six counties have tested positive for COVID-19, health officials said Thursday.

Police & Courts

New London woman seriously injured in crash north of Saverton

A New London woman was seriously injured in a Wednesday afternoon crash north of Saverton.

Monroe City PD seeks information on missing woman
Police & Courts

Monroe City PD seeks information on missing woman

The Monroe City Police Department is looking for information about a missing woman.

Business

Stuff the Bus school supply drive starts Friday

Walmart and the Salvation Army are teaming up to provide new school supplies to local children in need during the "Stuff the Bus" campaign.

Health

COVID-19 exposure reported at Pike County, Mo., fair

The Pike County Health Department announced Wednesday that anyone who attended the Pike County Fair in Bowling Green between July 28 and Saturday might have been exposed to COVID-19.

Elections

Perkins will be unopposed in race to fill 40th Missouri House district seat

The former mayor of Bowling Green blew past four opponents to win the Republican nomination for the 40th District seat in the Missouri House of Representatives during Tuesday's Primary Election.

Local voters split on Amendment 2 as Missouri passes Medicaid expansion
Elections

Local voters split on Amendment 2 as Missouri passes Medicaid expansion

Missouri voters on Tuesday approved expanding Medicaid eligibility to many of the state's poorest adults, making the increasingly-conservative state the second to join the Affordable Care Act program through the ballot box during the pandemic.

Hannibal News

Hannibal's Folklife Festival canceled

The Hannibal Arts Council announced Sunday that it has canceled this year's Folklife Festival. The council said that its board of directors made the decision to cancel after monitoring and discussing current conditions.

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