featured top story
  • 0

How about a quick word game with your kids? Start with “corn.” There’s corn on the cob, corn mazes, cornflakes, corndogs, corny jokes. Keep going. You might even hear someone exclaim, “can of corn!” referring to an easy catch at the baseball field.

featured top story
  • 0

DEAR DR. ROACH: I’m 73, male and have been swimming a mile in inside pools every day for 10 years. Two months ago, I caught Legionella pneumonia and was in the hospital for three weeks. They said I was critical. I’m afraid to go back to swimming for fear that I’ll die if I get that disease a…

Health
featured top story
  • 0

JEFFERSON CITY — Based on findings during a recent and ongoing investigation, the Section for Medical Marijuana Regulation within the Department of Health and Senior Services has determined that patient licenses have been issued to applicants who submitted physician certification forms with …

featured top story
  • 0

LIBERTY — As part of an initiative to assess the overall historic preservation needs of the community and clearly identify areas of interest, the city of Liberty Community Development office is asking for community input on a historic preservation survey, according to a press release.

Health
featured top story
  • 0

With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advising people to wear face coverings in public settings, it may take extra planning to stay cool during the hotter months.

featured top story
  • 0

DEAR DR. ROACH: What can you tell me about fructose intolerance and/or malabsorption? Is there a genetic predisposition to this? Can it develop later in life? What are the symptoms, and how is it diagnosed? What type of doctor can best make a diagnosis? I’ve read conflicting reports online r…

featured top story
  • 0

Whether the instructions are from a golf coach, a golf pro or the Professional Golfers' Association, the top rule for teaching children to play golf is for them to have fun. As families seek activities close to home this summer golf might be a fun activity to explore. Especially during Parks…

featured top story
  • 0

JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced the Missouri Census Record and Tax List Database is now available online. It offers access to an assortment of Missouri’s territorial, state, federal and special census records from 1752 to 1933, along with tax lists genealo…

  • Updated
  • 0

The river access at the Vo-Tech Road Bridge was addressed during the St. Francois County Commission meeting Tuesday morning at the courthouse annex.

featured top story
  • Updated
  • 0

KANSAS CITY — Funding for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City has taken a hit during this pandemic, limiting the organization’s services to a smaller number of families this year, a press release states.

featured top story
  • 0

The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Department of the Treasury have agreed with the bipartisan leaders of the U.S. Senate Small Business Committee to make public additional data regarding the Paycheck Protection Program. This agreement will ensure that the interests of both t…

featured top story
  • 0

How about a quick word game with your kids? Start with “corn.” There’s corn on the cob, corn mazes, cornflakes, corndogs, corny jokes. Keep going. You might even hear someone exclaim, “can of corn!” referring to an easy catch at the baseball field.

featured top story
  • 0

DEAR DR. ROACH: I’m 73, male and have been swimming a mile in inside pools every day for 10 years. Two months ago, I caught Legionella pneumonia and was in the hospital for three weeks. They said I was critical. I’m afraid to go back to swimming for fear that I’ll die if I get that disease a…

spotlight featured top story
  • 0

Many people will be hitting pools or swimming in a lake or river to beat the heat this summer. Before diving in, Northland experts say people should follow safety advice before diving in. 

Community Calendar

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!