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The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is partnering once again with the Missouri National Guard, the Lincoln County Health Department and local health care providers to offer a community COVID-19 testing event at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds in Troy on Oct. 15 from 10 a.m. …

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Gov. Mike Parson and First Lady Teresa Parson have tested positive for COVID-19.Out of an abundance of caution, the First Lady was tested this morning after displaying minor symptoms. The governor was then tested as well and received a positive result. All official and campaign events have b…

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This was the first week back to school for many students in the Third District. Since our state’s schools closed in April parents, students, and teachers have all stepped up to adapt to distance learning and ensure our kids don’t fall behind. While learning from home was an acceptable altern…

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It only takes a couple minutes of watching TV or listening to the radio to be reminded of the many challenges COVID-19 presents. Depending on where in Missouri you live, we’ve had to make major changes in our day to day lives. What we don’t hear enough about are the various ways people are r…

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Quincy University has postponed its Spring 2020 Commencement ceremony to Saturday, Sept. 5. The ceremony will be held outside at QU Stadium (weather depending), and split into three separate ceremonies to meet CDC and Health Department guidelines and social dist…

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, life has looked much different for most adults. Some have worked from home, some have unfortunately lost their jobs and essential workers have worked harder than ever. And while the adults have been trying their best to navigate the difficulty of the past c…

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During last week's board meeting, the Lincoln County R-III School District’s COVID-19 Task Force Committee unveiled its 26 page “Return to Learn Plan” for the upcoming school year, which is scheduled to begin Aug. 25.

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After months of binge-watching shows on Netflix, Amazon Prime and every other streaming service I could get my hands on, I, like most other Americans, was ecstatic to see one of the four major North American sports finally get underway when Major League Baseball got started Wednesday night.

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced a new Small Business Grant Program that could provide up to $30 million for Missouri small businesses. It was designed to provide relief to small businesses and family-owned farms for reimbursement of costs of business interrupt…

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When it comes to 2020 accessories, face masks have made a whopping impact on the daily ‘look’. But this accessory comes with its downfalls- especially for those in the healthcare industry who are required to wear masks for their entire shift and can suffer from raw and sore ears. One Troy Mi…

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Over the last month, the Lincoln County Health Department has been posting public exposure notices on its website warning the community of cases of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, at local establishments.

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States and it became apparent that our country was about to face a seriously difficult economic time, Congress acted quickly to establish a safety net for American small businesses who were projected to take an enormous hit. Many Missourians were ask…

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