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The Missouri Department of Economic Development is offering Community Development Block Grants for disaster recovery to address needs by communities impacted by the federally-declared disaster from … more
The U.S. Small Business Administration, Kansas City District Office, and the Missouri Small Business Development Center at State Fair Community College will co-host a free Paycheck Protection Program … more
The Foundation for Soy Innovations is offering scholarships for 2021. Students and young professionals working with soy have until Oct. 15 to apply for one of the $1,000 awards. Funds can be … more
The imaging team at SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital — Audrain was awarded a three-year accreditation in magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, Tuesday after a review by the American College of … more
The U.S. needs to finish spending money from the first coronavirus relief bill before Congress should consider another stimulus package, U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler said Monday before a lunch meeting … more
Forty-two active cases of COVID-19 were confirmed Thursday evening by the Audrain County Health Department at the Tri-County Care Center in Vandalia. EIghteen staff and 24 residents are affected, … more
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S., every single industry had to find ways to adjust, including the arts. For Presser Performing Arts Center in Mexico, adjustments still are underway. Some of … more
Missouri’s top elections official says he’s holding back on distributing dozens of ballot drop-off boxes he was going to send around the state this fall out of concern they’ll breed … more
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