Funeral homes changing practices in response to COVID-19
Quincy News

Funeral homes changing practices in response to COVID-19

The novel coronavirus, which has sickened thousands of Americans and hundreds of people worldwide, has taken a toll on schools, restaurants, bars, the airline industry, retail stores, hotels and motels, and other businesses.

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Rutledge man seriously injured in ATV crash

A Rutledge man was seriously injured in a Tuesday night ATV crash west of Gorin.

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.

Health

Scotland County facilities set up virtual visits

Scotland County Hospital, Memphis Medical Services and Lancaster Medical Services have suspended all in-person, non-essential visits to the hospital and clinics.

Ralls County resident is Northeast Missouri's first COVID-19 diagnosis
Missouri News

Ralls County resident is Northeast Missouri's first COVID-19 diagnosis

A pair of Northeast Missouri residents have tested positive for COVID-19, which has sickened hundreds of thousands people worldwide, including 255 in Missouri.

Quincy News

Community Foundation creates emergency response fund

The Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri announced Monday that it created a COVID-19 Nonprofit Emergency Response Fund to direct resources to regional community-based organizations.

Missouri News

Pike County, Mo., dog breeder agrees to judgment over allegations of misconduct, animal neglect

The woman who co-owns Cornerstone Farms, a controversial dog breeding operation south of Curryville in rural Pike County, will not be able to buy or sell dogs or cats until 2028.

Police & Courts

Pike County crash injures two Louisiana teens

An early Sunday morning crash in Pike County injured two Louisiana teens.

Police & Courts

Paris teen injured in ATV crash

A Paris teen was injured in a Saturday night ATV crash.

Parson issues COVID-19 social distancing order
Missouri News

Parson issues COVID-19 social distancing order

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson issued a sweeping order Saturday afternoon to limit public gatherings and social interactions as the state joins the nation's intensified fight against the spread of COVID-19.

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