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St. Charles County Hits COVID-19 Vaccine Milestone

We like to give credit where it's due, and St. Charles County has achieved a milestone in the fight against COVID-19. St. Charles County is the third most populated county in Missouri and has 50 percent of its population vaccinated against COVID-19. It’s also the third county or city to reach that achievement. St. Louis County has hit the 50 percent mark, and the city of Joplin has 54 percent of its residents vaccinated.
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Columbia Daily Tribune

University of Missouri grad Sheryl Crow flies home for Roots N Blues festival

History and legend team to tell us that homecoming was invented at the University of Missouri. Sheryl Crow might just perfect the tradition Sunday night. The 1984 MU graduate will return to her college town and home state this week, headlining the 2021 edition of Roots N Blues. The three-day festival, which begins in Stephens Lake Park on Friday evening, also features the likes of Brandi Carlile, Mavis Staples, Lennon Stella and Betty Who.
ENTERTAINMENT
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Local shops busy with new medical cannabis patients

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Five months ago, Vertical Enterprise received the 'purple light' from the state to begin rolling on production of medical cannabis. Now, St. Joseph's first and only manufacturing and cultivation facility is blooming with flowers. Inside one of two 'bloom rooms' at Vertical's growing facility sits 2,000 plants...
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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8 Things To Do Near Meramec Caverns After You Explore Underground Missouri

Adventure waits around just about every corner in Missouri. Whether we prefer leisurely hikes or relaxing river floats, we can find something that summons our inner adventurer no matter where we live in the state. When you visit Meramec Caverns in Missouri, for example, you can plan a day (or a few days) jam-packed with […] The post 8 Things To Do Near Meramec Caverns After You Explore Underground Missouri appeared first on Only In Your State.
MISSOURI STATE
Rolla Daily News

Who's running for Missouri's open U.S. Senate seat in 2022?

Missourians will elect a new U.S. senator next year to succeed Republican Sen. Roy Blunt, who announced in March he was not running for reelection after serving in the role since 2011. The general election for the Senate race, between the Democratic and Republican nominees, will top the ballot in...
MISSOURI STATE
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MONDAY UPDATES: Missouri adds more than 1,000 new cases of COVID-19

Missouri added more than 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, 902 cases of the virus were discovered with the use of PCR testing. Antigen testing revealed another 102 new patients. The number of new PCR cases reported Monday was...
MISSOURI STATE

Specialty Industries' CEO elected to Missouri state board

The President and CEO of Specialty Industries of St. Joseph, Byron Myers, has been elected to the Missouri Association of Sheltered Workshop Managers state board. “It is a wonderful opportunity that I was proud to accept,” Myers said in a written statement. “When a local resident is part of a state board, it’s not only good for their organization…it’s good for our city and our community has much to share.”
MISSOURI STATE
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MONDAY UPDATES: Cole County reports 36 new coronavirus cases over the weekend

The Cole County Health Department reported 36 new coronavirus cases from over the weekend. According to the dashboard update, there are 10,777 residential cases and 284 long-term care facility resident cases. That is 11,061 total cases in the county. Cole County has reported 155 coronavirus deaths. Cole County ranks 62nd...
COLE COUNTY, MO
metrovoicenews.com

Photo ID for voting is back on agenda for Missouri Legislature

Jay Ashcroft, Missouri secretary of state, is giving it another shot to legislate photo ID requirements for voting. Polls show Missourians favor voter ID. “If you show up with a cable bill, that doesn’t identify you,” he said. “If you want to identify who someone is, you need something that lets you know that the identification is actually theirs and pertains to them. If you do not have a photo, you simply do not know that.”
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
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FuelTech C8 Sets Two New World Records

The mid-engine C8 Corvette has been an exciting darling of the media and social circles for several reasons. Of course, it all started years before we even saw the first prototypes with guesses, photo-chops, and various prognosticators reciting from their crystal balls. Things got real when GM announced the initial buy-in for the base model. And now, folks are taking the “unhackable” Corvette far beyond where GM ever intended it to go.
CARS
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Editorial: A Missouri GOP official effectively admits that widespread vote fraud is a GOP myth

Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft effectively admitted last week that his party has concocted from whole cloth the assertion that election fraud was rampant in the 2020 election and therefore justifies the draconian new voting restrictions that Republicans have been jamming through state legislatures around the country. There was minimal to no discernible fraud. The effect on the election outcome was nil.
MISSOURI STATE
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Groups see Missouri proposals as voter-suppression attempts

As lawmakers in Congress work to expand access to voting, members of the Missouri Legislature are proposing laws their critics say would limit people’s ability to vote. State legislative committees on elections convened last week to discuss measures that would impose a stricter voter ID law, require election officials to purge voter rolls more frequently, and others.
MISSOURI STATE
sfmc.net

Maryann Reese, RN, MHA, DHA, FACHE

Maryann Reese joined Saint Francis Healthcare System in 2015 as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, leading the development of programs and patient care services throughout Saint Francis Healthcare System. In September 2017, she was named President and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to coming to Saint Francis, she served...
IOWA STATE
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Missouri Military Veterans Benefit From Medical Cannabis Cash

Millions of dollars from fees and taxes generated by Missouri’s medical marijuana program have gone towards supporting the state’s veterans – with more to come. As well as directly benefiting patients, medical cannabis can do a lot of good in the wider community. Back in November 2018, Missourians voted to...
MISSOURI STATE
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August 2021 Missouri Jobs Report

Missouri non-farm payroll employment increased from July 2021 to August 2021, and the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased by two-tenths of a percentage point. Employment, seasonally adjusted, increased by 7,300 jobs over the month, with job gains in both goods-producing and service-providing industries. The state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 4.0 percent in August 2021, down from 4.2 percent in July 2021.
ECONOMY
Arkansas Online

COLUMNIST: Of course fraud was always a GOP myth

Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft effectively admitted last week that his party has concocted from whole cloth the assertion that election fraud was rampant in the 2020 election and therefore justifies the draconian new voting restrictions that Republicans have been jamming through state legislatures around the country. There was...
POLITICS
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