- Andy Reid plotting Super Bowl defense from his basement
- One new COVID-19 case reported on Friday in Johnson County, Missouri
- New federal guidelines recommend Americans wear face coverings
- 2020 Fair St. Louis & America's Birthday Parade canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic
- Parson issues statewide “Stay Home Missouri” Order to control, contain, combat COVID-19
WARRENSBURG – The Johnson County COVID-19 Task Force stated that as of Friday night, April 3, there are 29 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Johnson County, Missouri.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump announced new federal guidelines Friday, April 3, recommending that Americans wear face coverings when in public to help fight the spread of COVID-19. The president immediately said he had no intention of following the advice himself, saying, "I'm cho…
ST. LOUIS – Due to COVID-19 health concerns and in the interest of public safety, Fair Saint Louis and America’s Birthday Parade have canceled their 2020 Independence Day celebrations, which were scheduled to take place July 2, 3 and 4 in downtown St. Louis.
Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Missouri have reached 1,581. Positive test results are up by 254 from 1,327 Tuesday, a 19.1% increase.
Care Connection for Aging Services announced its senior centers and central office will remain closed to the public as they continue to provide home-delivered meals, pick-up meal service and telephone reassurance to homebound, older adults.
Billy ‘Bill’ Dean Evans, born April 4, 1936, the son of Archie and Ann May (Anderson) Evans, passed away Saturday, March 28, 2020, at his home.
Richard A. Baile died Mar. 19, 2020, at home in Houston, TX. “Dick” was 99 years old.
Loran “Keith” Smith Sr. passed away on Sunday March 29, 2020, in Warrensburg, Missouri.
The forerunner of COVID-19 appears to be the spirit of fear and panic.
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg First Baptist Church announced Monday, March 30, it will extends the closing of its facilities to April 30 in response to the worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Have you ever thought about the things that give you joy?
KANSAS CITY — Andy Reid is like most people these days. The Kansas City Chiefs coach is hunkered down in his basement, trying to avoid going out in public as he works from a makeshift office consisting of a computer, an iPad and an old side table.
RICHMOND — The Richmond School District announced it has hired Matt Habermehl as its activities director.
KANSAS CITY — The MIAA CEO Council unanimously approved a recommendation regarding virtual countable athletically related activities (CARA) from the association's COVID-19 task force.
NEW YORK — Major League Baseball has canceled a two-game series in London between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Wimbledon was canceled on Wednesday, April 1, because of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time since World War II that the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament won't be played.
COLUMBIA — OATS Transit announced it has not set a date to return to normal operations.
Amanda Lankford entered her current position as Western Missouri Medical Center’s director of Quality/Risk Management in 2016 after a number of years as a nurse and nurse leader.
JEFFERSON CITY — The U.S. Small Business Administration approved Missouri’s request for assistance through the federal agency’s disaster loan program on Saturday, March 21.
COLUMBIA — In light of the COVID-19 situation, the Missouri Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approved two alternative methods for completing Private Pesticide Applicator Training (PPAT).
Preparations are being made for the upcoming breeding season and Patrick Davis, MU Extension regional livestock field specialist, urges cattle producers to make sure replacement heifers are ready for the breeding season.
JEFFERSON CITY – In Wednesday's, March 25, press briefing, Gov. Mike Parson assured Missourian’s that the state’s food supply remains strong and emphasized the important role of the food and agriculture industry in Missouri’s COVID-19 response efforts.
Selected World Items from April 1980
I can remember when President Richard Nixon embargoed agriculture exports.
DEAR DR. ROACH: My question is about medical bracelets and necklaces. I’ve never seen any recommendations as to what conditions would warrant wearing one nor what the inscription should say. When are they either necessary or beneficial? — D.A.M.
You budgeted all winter, building up the cash that would take you on vacation this summer. And now all your plans are in doubt. Now we have the coronavirus rampaging around the globe, with more cases popping up in more countries on a daily basis. Do you dare to still go on your vacation?