Maries County
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JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has redirected $18 million from other departments to cover the costs of personal protective equipment and other medical supplies that will be … more
Residents of Gasconade County and the surrounding area into fishing got some good news yesterday (Tuesday) from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC). According to a press release issued … more
VIENNA — As the numbers of Missourians infected with the COVID-19 virus climbed, the Maries County Commission and Emergency Management Team set up a meeting to communicate with the cities to … more
Maries County Schools, Maries R-1 in Vienna, Maries R-2 in Belle, and Visitation Inter-Parish School in Vienna, all are closed to students. At Maries R-1 staff is still working and helping students … more
JEFFERSON CITY —Pursuant to Governor Mike Parson’s Executive Order 20-02 declaring a state of emergency in response to COVID-19 and a request from Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, … more
VIENNA — Maries County officials held an emergency meeting last Friday morning and readdressed what they had done the day before as they reacted to the changes in the information about the … more
Drury University students were recently informed that changes are taking place in order to "stem the tide and stop the spread of COVID-19," following Governor Mike Paron's new social-distancing order … more
JEFFERSON CITY—Saturday, Governor Mike Parson announced he was directing DHSS Director Dr. Randall Williams to utilize the authority granted to him by statute to order everyone in the State of … more
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) has closed its regional offices, Department headquarters in Jefferson City and all other public contact offices around the state … more
 JEFFERSON CITY – Beginning Tuesday, March 24 Capital Region Medical Center will offer drive-thru testing to patients who have a physician’s order to be tested for COVID-19. The … more
JEFFERSON CITY – Today, Governor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 20-05 ordering the suspension of any prohibition on the sale of unprepared food by restaurants to the … more
JEFFERSON CITY – Bishop W. Shawn McKnight has announced all public masses will be suspended in the Diocese of Jefferson City, beginning Wednesday, March 18 and until at least April … more
Maries County voters were more interested in last Tuesday’s Presidential Preference Primary than many people thought and the county’s overall 21.66 percent voter turnout proved … more
MARIES COUNTY — On Monday the Maries County Commission met with the Director of the Phelps-Maries Health Department and the Maries R-1 School District’s superintendent and school nurse to … more
Restaurants and bars in Franklin County were ordered closed as of midnight Tuesday by commissioners there. This follows similar action in the St. Louis region and all of Illinois earlier this … more
Missouri’s Supreme Court on Monday ordered the immediate suspension of all in-person proceedings of appellate and circuit courts through Friday, April 3. The Supreme Court’s ruling … more
Maries County voters were interested in the Presidential Preference Primary Election on Tuesday, March 10 and come out to participate in their democracy. Total voter turnout was 21.66 percent as … more
Following an extended stay in the Maries County Jail, on Tuesday Judge Kerry Rowden gave Steve Herron an OR bond with conditions and told him he is free to go. Judge Rowden said he’s been in … more
MARIES COUNTY — The Maries County Commission and county officials who work with defendants and the court system held a discussion last Thursday morning about implementing a drug court … more
Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday addressed 192 guests at the Westphalia Lions Hall during the Osage County Lincoln Day Banquet about his political agenda over the last two years since becoming 57th … more
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