• Carnahan’s “Red Tape Reduction Act” Takes Effect on January 10

    Carnahan’s “Red Tape Reduction Act”  Takes Effect on January 1 The New Year brings new, convenient options for Missouri businesses Jefferson City, Missouri – Secretary of State Robin Carnahan today announced that the “Red Tape Reduction Act” goes into effect on January 1st. Beginning next week, businesses will have the option of filing corporate registration

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  • Luetkemeyer Seeks Answers from Government Witnesses About Sketchy Stimulus “Job Saved/Created” Numbers0

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  • New Toll-Free Number to Provide H1N1 Flu and Vaccine Information0

    New Toll-Free Number to Provide H1N1 Flu and Vaccine Information Call 1-877-FLU-4141 for around-the-clock assistance Missouri residents can call a new toll-free number for information about the H1N1 flu, from symptoms and basic medical advice to the availability of the new H1N1 vaccine.The number, 1-877-FLU-4141 (1-877-358-4141), will be answered 24 hours a day, seven days

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  • Patient Safely and Infection Control Are Top Priorities for Keokuk Area Hospital0

    Patient Safely and Infection Control Are Top Priorities for Keokuk Area Hospital In hopes to keep patients and visitors from receiving the H1N1 virus, Keokuk Area Hospital (KAH) has temporarily changed its visiting policy.  The Hospital is not permitting visitors under the age of 18.Keokuk Area Hospital is also asking patients who have scheduled tests,

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  • October 18-24, 2009 is National School Bus Safety Week0

    October 18-24, 2009 is National School Bus Safety Week The Missouri State Highway Patrol would like to inform the public that October 18-24, 2009 is National School Bus Safety Week. “Last year, one person was killed and 400 people were injured in school bus crashes. Missouri experienced 1,069 traffic crashes involving school buses,” said Colonel

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  • CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE REPORTS FIRST CASE OF H1N10

    CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE REPORTS FIRST CASE OF H1N1 CANTON, Mo. –Culver-Stockton College has reported its first case of H1N1 on campus, which may also be the first confirmed case of the flu virus in Lewis County. Dean of Student Life Wendy Powers said the student exhibited flu-like symptoms last week and removed herself from campus to

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