Day: April 8, 2020

COVID Update: Barry County Confirms Second Case Just as First Person Recovers

by: Scott McCaulley The Barry County Health Department has confirmed a second case of the COVID-19 Virus in the county just as it released information Tuesday that the first case has recovered. BCHD released information on their Facebook Page Tuesday that the first individual with the virus in the county had recovered and had been …

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TCHD: Surge of COVID-19 Still Possible in Taney County

by: Scott McCaulley Entering Wednesday, the number of COVID-19 Cases in Taney County was at eight. While entering the day, nearly 36 hours had passed since the last positive report, Taney County Health Department Director Lisa Marshall says in an interview on KRZK’s “At Your Service Program” that as more tests are done, there could …

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Hutchinson Says No to Cities Enacting Stay Home Order

From: KTLO/Associated Press Arkansas’ governor on Tuesday opposed allowing cities to issue their own stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus outbreak while the state resists such a restriction. Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who is among a handful of governors who haven’t issued stay-at-home orders, said those restrictions need to be dealt with on a statewide basis. Hutchinson …

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Cabool Man Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Taney County

by: Scott McCaulley The Missouri Highway Patrol reports one person sustained moderate injuries in a motorcycle crash in Taney County Tuesday afternoon. The crash report indicates the accident occurred around 3:50 Tuesday afternoon when a motorcycle driven by 69-year-old William Lloyd of Cabool ran off Highway 125 five miles south of Bradleyville, went down and …

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Pratt: COVID-19 Has Been Learning Experience for Schools AMI Programs

by: Scott McCaulley With the announcement Monday from Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson that K-12 Schools in Arkansas would not meet on site for learning the rest of the year, School Districts have been preparing to finish the year using the AMI Programs for off-site learning. Harrison School Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt joined Coleman Taylor and …

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