On Nov. 12, Gov. Mike Parson said he is relaxing quarantine guidelines for K-12 schools related to staff and students exposed to coronavirus.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC) today provided an update on its upcoming 2021 Financial Guidance and Investor Meeting. In recognition of the increase in COVID-19 cases across the country, including in Missouri and St. Louis County, the company will adopt a hybrid presentation approach, which will include the use of pre-recorded management presentations with live Q&A sessions. This aligns with the company's approach to prioritizing the health and safety of its employees while remaining committed to the principles of transparent communications and engagement with its shareholders and the financial community.
(The Center Square) – The unemployment rate in Missouri stood at 4.6 percent in October, the 42nd highest percentage among the 50 states and the District of Columbia, according to new data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
A Florissant couple will take their place in Missouri history when they are sworn in for the legislative session that begins Jan. 8, 2021. Rep. Jay Mosley will begin his third term in the House presenting the 68th District, which covers parts of Florissant and Black Jack. His wife, Angela Walton Mosley, will join him in the Capitol Jefferson City, serving in the Senate.
(The Center Square) – Missouri has created a public website spelling out the research and production processes that ensure the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines expected to be widely available early next year.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- When Saint Louis University's fall semester classes end on Tuesday, Nov. 24, the University will have successfully completed its on-campus semester as planned and without changes in its hybrid instruction model or on-campus living.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Gearing up to a different Xmas season than usual, professional Santa & Mrs. Claus event service visitfromtheclauses.com has officially launched its online booking platform for personalized video calls with Santa.
St. Joseph Mayor Bill McMurray said “abuses” led him to strip a medical exemption for his mask mandate inside bars and restaurants, meaning face coverings must be worn at all times inside those establishments except when eating or drinking.
(The Center Square) — A lawsuit filed by more than 40 restaurants is challenging St. Louis County’s right to impose COVID-19 emergency orders that restrict their operations.
There's a familiar Christian hymn that's often sung at Thanksgiving: “We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing,” the song begins. The opening stanza evokes the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday. Friends and family come together each year at harvest time to thank God for the bounty we've received and sing the Lord's praises. “Beside us to guide us, our God with us joining, ordaining, maintaining His kingdom divine.” I believe the words of the song concisely express our faith. Whatever life presents us, we can endure with God's grace.
Thanksgiving traditions may be different during the COVID-19 pandemic, but customers socially distanced to line up Monday morning to get their turkey's at Tower Chicken in Milwaukee
Content by Christmas in St. Louis. Help provide food and hope this holiday season. Every $25 the Foodbank can provide 100 meals to our neighbors struggling to access food.
COLUMBIA, Mo., Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Shelter Insurance® Board of Directors announced that Randa Rawlins would become Shelter Mutual Insurance Company's next President and CEO at its meeting on November 19, 2020. The Board elected Ms. Rawlins to become President effective January 1, 2021, in anticipation of the retirement of the current President and CEO Matt Moore, who will retire in June 2021. Upon Mr. Moore's retirement, Ms. Rawlins will assume the role of President and CEO. Ms. Rawlins will lead Shelter Mutual as well as each of its subsidiary and affiliate companies. The Board also voted to promote Paul LaRose to the role of Executive Vice President and Stacye Smith as Vice President of Shelter's Human Resources Operations effective January 1, 2021.
It’s not for the Texas County Sheriff’s Department to receive phone calls from people complaining about a neighbor’s dogs killing livestock.
ST. ANN, Mo., Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Abra McField, CEO and founder of Abra Kadabra Hair & Healing, announced today the launch of two exclusive systems for hair growth and restoration. She now offers the Natural Hair Growth System and Advanced Hair Growth System, which blend various industry-first products together including shampoo, conditioner, topicals, and supplements. These formulations work in tandem to aggressively prevent pattern hair loss, increase hair strength, and offer the ideal mix of vitamins and supplements to support overall hair health. The products have already proven successful results, producing over 1,000 hair growth testimonies.
(The Center Square) — A county judge has rejected a petition from more than 40 St. Louis-area restaurants and the Missouri Restaurant Association (MRA) requesting a county emergency order that bans indoor dining be lifted.