Missouri’s K-12 school workers are waiting their turn to get their COVID-19 vaccination. The state says supply continues to be a roadblock. During this week’s Missouri Board of Education meeting, several members, including President Charlie Shields, say school workers should be higher on the priority list. Shields, who is the CEO of Truman Medical Center […]
Governor Parson is sending members of the Missouri National Guard to Washington, D.C. to help with safety efforts. Alisa Nelson reports.
Missouri state park and historic site indoor spaces, including visitor centers, nature centers, museums and offices, will remain closed through Sunday, Feb. 28. Outdoor spaces and amenities, including day-use areas, lodging, campgrounds, boat ramps and trails, will remain open and available under normal offseason status, unless otherwise designated. While safety, stewardship and service are all […]
Missouri has activated Phase 1B – Tier 1 of the state’s COVID-19 vaccination plan. Alisa Nelson reports.
The spread of COVID-19 has set in at the Missouri Capitol, one week into the legislative session. Alisa Nelson reports.
Community Education Group and Rural Health Service Providers Network Launch National Rural Health Survey
The Community Education Group (CEG), TruEvolution, Inc., and the Rural Health Service Providers Network (RHSPN) have partnered to launch the nationwide “Your Rural Health Needs Survey.” The “Your Rural Health Needs Survey” is designed to seek input from community members, organizations, and healthcare providers on what the greatest public health needs are in their rural communities, […]