Health

Possible COVID exposure reported at Ralls County church

The Ralls County Health Department announced that any churchgoers who attended the May 24 service at Antioch Baptist Church might be at risk of exposure to COVID-19.

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Shelby County mother and daughter win look-alike contest
Missouri News

Shelby County mother and daughter win look-alike contest

For years, Katie Wiley has heard how much she and her daughter, Adrien, resembled one another. "We've been told that many times," Katie said. "By family members, friends and strangers."

Your Turn/Kayla Wittler
Your Turn

Your Turn/Kayla Wittler

Kayla Ann Wittler, 27, is from Palmyra, Mo., and has worked at Blessing Health System about six years. She is currently president of the Palmyra Chamber of Commerce. She and her fiance, Trevor Sparrow, will be getting married Oct. 17, 2020.

Police & Courts

Illinois man dies in Palmyra crash

A Dallas City, Ill., man died after a crash Friday in Palmyra.

Business

Local jobless rates spike from COVID-19 fallout

Unemployment soared to 12% in Adams County and nearly 13% in Quincy staying below the Illinois unemployment rate but lagging behind Northeast Missouri counties as unemployment has soared nationwide as part of the fallout from the coronavirus.

Elections

Missouri county clerks taking precautions ahead of next week's municipal elections

County clerks throughout Northeast Missouri say polling places will be safe for voters next week for the general municipal election, but predict low turnout.

Lewistown man arrested on drug charge after crash
Police & Courts

Lewistown man arrested on drug charge after crash

A Lewistown man was arrested Friday on one count of delivery of a controlled substance after an investigation concerning a traffic crash.

Missouri News

Mark Twain Casino to reopen Monday

Mark Twain Casino will reopen Monday, June 1, after closing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Police & Courts

Madison teen injured in crash on U.S. 24

A Madison teen was injured in a Thursday night crash on U.S. 24.

Quincy native inducted into Missouri Restaurant Hall of Fame
Missouri News

Quincy native inducted into Missouri Restaurant Hall of Fame

Earlier this year, Quincy native Russell "Buddy" Lahl was inducted into the Missouri Restaurant Hall of Fame during the annual convention of the state's restaurant and food service industry.

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