• Missourians Affected by Storm Damage Urged to Be Cautious with Food and Cooking Utensils to Avoid Illness0

    Missourians Affected by Storm Damage Urged to Be Cautious with Food and Cooking Utensils to Avoid Illness In response to flooding across northeastern, eastern and other parts of Missouri, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) is urging residents to be extremely cautious with food and cooking utensils stored in flooded homes. Stored

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  • Dancing Rabbit Report for 6-160

    Cob here, checking in with an update and musings on life at Dancing Rabbit. We’ve certainly experienced plenty of wet recently, and extend our profound sympathy to all those upstream who have had even more. I’m from back east, where thunderstorms are usually much smaller in all respects….size, speed, intensity, and volume. It’s hard for

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  • July 4 Activities0

    The Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce has been working with area businesses and organizations to put together an amazing celebration of our nation’s birthday. There will be events for several days, all only a short distance from home! Be sure to bring your lawn chairs and blankets, family and friends and enjoy the celebrations! The

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