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Physicians statewide urge COVID vaccination

Due to the increasing prevalence of the Delta variant of the coronavirus in Missouri, the state’s physicians strongly encourage its citizens to receive the COVID vaccination. For the great majority of patients, the vaccine is safe and effective, and the easiest way to slow the spread of the Delta variant. Personal physicians can answer questions

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Mid-Mo administrator reports concerns with response times

by Becky Holloway Tipton Times Misinformation and a misunderstanding of ambulance service operations led to concerns expressed following two recent calls, Mid-Mo Ambulance District Administrator Lee Kempf reported to the board during its meeting Wednesday evening, July 14 in Tipton. Kempf said those concerns were alleviated in his conversations about the issues with parties who

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Camp Hohn Offers Adventure and More

by Vicki Wood It’s a busy month at Camp Hohn on Route RA in Laurie. Campers by the dozens Wednesday, July 14 are being registered and, at the same time, others are checking out. Groups of boys and girls from as far away as Pennsylvania and New York arrived for a week of camp, learning,

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Park Honors Williams & Bacon

Travis Draffen, from left, Dave Vogt, and Tyler “Humpy” Humphrey, pose in front of the newly designated Leroy Bacon Field Monday, July 19 at the city park in Versailles after hanging the sign designating a Little League field in honor of Bacon, who served more than 30 years on the Versailles Park Board. (photo by

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Free Giveaway helps people in Morgan County

The Sounds of Calvary free distribution Saturday, June 17 off Blackberry Patch Road in Stover helped many families in need. Tina Wilson, left, and Jamie Jones helped organize and run the event and expressed appreciation to the citizens of Morgan County for their “generosity in donations.” Household goods, clothing, and toys were distributed. (photo by

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