Government

Venues limited to 10 people under order of health center

The Morgan County Commission Friday, March 20 adopted an ordinance, following an order issued by the Morgan County Health Center, declaring a public health emergency in Morgan County, concerning the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus. Morgan County Health Center Administrator Shawn Brantley, under authority of Missouri Code of State Regulations 19 CSR 20-20.040 declared

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Capitol Report

by District 58 State Representative David Wood There are days I don’t understand what is going on in this world. The Senate has shut down for an extra week of spring break because of the potential outbreak of the coronavirus in Missouri. The House of Representatives has to get the budget approved soon. So, we

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Commission Approves CD

The Morgan County Commission Tuesday, Feb. 18, approved a bid for a Certificate of Deposit of $740,528.15. The bids included Bank of Versailles, 12 months at 1.60 percent; Citizens Bank, six months at 1 percent and 12 months 1.30 percent; Community Point Bank, six months at .7 percent and 12 months at 1.75 percent; Concordia

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Capitol Report

by Dist. 58 Rep. David Wood I have received multiple requests to co-sponsor the “Second Amendment Protection Act” which was filed by Rep. Jared Taylor. I haven’t voted against a second amendment bill in the seven years I have been in office and, unless something is added to this bill that would make it objectionable,

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Worthley elected county clerk; Stephens presiding commissioner

Morgan County voters, with a turnout of 63.85 percent, Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the general election, made their wills known in two contested local races. Voters elected Republican Aimee Worthley for county clerk, with 4,345 votes. Incumbent Democrat Cathy Daniels garnered 3,440 votes. In the other contested county race, for presiding commissioner, Republican Tony Stephens

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