Crawford County Collector Pat Schwent approached commissioners at their March 24 meeting to begin discussion on the 2020 tax sale for real estate with unpaid taxes. Schwent noted Crawford County is currently on a one-year delinquency schedule, although state regulations allow for up to three years before property is auctioned on the courthouse lawn.
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By Claire Colby, Missouri News Network
A day after requesting help from the federal government to manage the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Mike Parson shared details about the state’s response.
Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services has confirmed 356 cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday afternoon.
In today’s press briefing, Governor Parson assured Missourian’s that the state’s food supply remains strong and emphasized the important role of the food and agriculture industry in Missouri’s COVID-19 response efforts.
Missouri Baptist Hospital in Sullivan has announced a new visitation policy as follows:
Phelps Health has announced it is limiting visitors at the hospital in Rolla. The following release was issued late Tuesday: