Day: March 11, 2020

Coronavirus Update: Arkansas Announces First Case, Missouri Sets Up Hotline

From: Ozarks First/Associated Press Update on the Coronavirus from two different fronts: Arkansas has announced its first presumptive case of coronavirus, according to Governor Asa Hutchinson. The Arkansas Department of Health has confirmed Arkansas’ first presumptive case of COVID-19. Test results are being sent to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for final confirmation. The …

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Biden, Trump Take Missouri Primary

by: Brian Hauswirth, Missouri Net About 23.5 percent of Missouri’s registered voters cast ballots in Tuesday’s presidential preference primary (PPP). The Missouri Secretary of State’s office says about 973,000 Missourians cast ballots on Tuesday. The majority of those, about 660,000, voted in the Democratic presidential primary, which former Vice President Joe Biden won. About 309,000 voted …

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Omaha Man Seriously Injured in Accident Near Missouri-Arkansas Boarder

by: Scott McCaulley A man from Arkansas is injured in a one vehicle crash Tuesday near the state line on Highway 65. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the accident happened just after 3:00 in the afternoon when a pick-up truck traveling southbound on Highway 65 near Ridgedale traveled off the left side of the …

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Florida Man Dies in Madison County Traffic Accident

by: Scott McCaulley The Arkansas State Police reports a traffic accident on Highway 412 east of Huntsville in Madison County has killed a man from Jacksonville, Florida. The accident occurred Monday evening around 7:30 when the vehicle driven by 51-year-old Douglas Green ran off the road after trying to negotiate a curve and struck a …

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Marion County Man Arrested for Living Under Alias for Years

From: KTLO A 60-year-old Marion County man is jailed on a $100,000 bond, after he allegedly spent almost two decades living under an alias north of Summit. According to Sheriff Clinton Evans, Joseph Page Todd, also known as Kenny Don Fagan, faces six counts of forgery in the second degree, four counts of financial identity …

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