State of Missouri vaccination teams supporting mass and targeted vaccination events across the state have now administered more than one-quarter million vaccines to Missourians. This total is in addition to vaccines administered by high throughput health centers, local public health agencies, federally qualified health centers, pharmacies, and other community enrolled providers. “Our state teams have
On Monday, April 5, at 3 a.m. the Fire Department was dispatched to a residence on S. Jackson for a reported structure fire. Trucks 2 and 5 and nine firefighters responded. Later that afternoon at 5:21 p.m., Olympia Fire Department needed our help with additional water. Tanker 1 and seven firefighters helped.
MDC and A.T. Still University are asking Missourians to save ticks they find and send them to the University for scientific research to learn more about ticks and pathogens they may carry. Most people who have ventured through Missouri woods, fields, yards and other outdoor environments have encountered ticks. These small, creepy crawlers climb on
Part 3 of 3 Give freely of yourself and asking nothing in return Of all the cardinal virtues, none is more valued in Masonry than selfless giving. Examples of Masonic charity are beneficent. Masons in North America contribute nearly $3-million every day to relieve suffering and for the enrichment of mankind. Masons are founding sponsors
Interfering with wild animals oftentimes does more harm than good. As you head outdoors this season to enjoy the sunshine and warmer weather, you may encounter a variety of newborn animals. Young wildlife can pull on our heartstrings as they appear to be abandoned, but that’s usually not the case. The Missouri Department of Conservation
This week was a great time to meet with my constituents. I enjoy visiting with people from all parts of my district to discuss the issues that concern them. As the halls of the State Capitol start to return to normal, I hope you would stop by my office should you be in Jefferson City.
House Approves Legislation to Protect Victims from Their Abusers (HB 744) The members of the Missouri House gave strong bipartisan support to legislation that would allow victims of abuse to obtain lifetime orders of protection against extreme, obsessive abusers. The bill’s sponsor said the legislation “would end the necessity for victims to have to return
04/04 • RP reported someone shot the drivers’ side door of his vehicle on 1500 Rd Stockton. Report taken • Theft on 1724 Rd Jerico. Tracks in his field and his SD card gone from the trailcam. Requested extra patrol No report • Trespassers reported on 1425 Rd Stockton. Later determined they had permission •
The complete St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release March 30th, 2021 through April 5th, 2021 Text Caster Sheriff Lee Hilty would like to happily announce a partnership with Text Caster! Text Caster is a free service for the community, and only sends information to your phone if you choose to sign up for it.
April 5, trespassing at S. 1525 Rd., Nevada. April 5, driving while intoxicated at E. Talley Bend Rd., Nevada. April 6, fail to yield to emergency vehicle at S. 1900 Rd., Nevada. April 7, driving while intoxicated at E. 54 Hwy., Walker. April 8, animal bite at E. Earhart Rd., Walker. April 10, driving while