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Ashcroft announces availability of free on-demand archival workshops

   Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced that the Records Services Division of his office and the Missouri Historical Records Advisory Board (MHRAB) are offering free on-demand workshops covering a variety of archives, records management and genealogy-related topics between Oct. 1, 2019, and Jan. 31, 2020. These educational opportunities are made possible through a State Board Programming Grant from the National Historical Records and Publications Commission (NHPRC), the grant-making arm of the National Archives and Records Association.

Providing a safe environment at MBSH

    Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital wishes its patients, visitors and staff to feel safe while they are on the hospital property.  There is always a possibility of security concerns due to various health care situations.  Patient medical conditions can cause disruptive behavior as well as family members coping with critical conditions of their loved ones.  

Your Community Health Center recognized by AHA and AMA for commitment to improve high blood pressure

    Your Community Health Center is pleased to be recognized by the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) as a leader in the national effort to get patient blood pressure rates under control and reduce the number of Americans who have heart attacks and strokes each year.

Choir students earn honors

The following Bourbon High School choir students have been selected to perform with the GVC Choir (from left) David Dudley, Ryan Stroup, Olivia Eskridge, Courtney Evans, McKenna Skaggs and Page Fugitt. The GVC Choir is made up of students from around the area: Bourbon, Cuba, Vienna, and Steelville.  Students auditioned for the choir on September 25 and will perform on October 23 at Bourbon High School and Steelville High School.

City preparing to chlorinate water system

The Cuba Water Department is making preparations to implement a temporary water chlorination program. Equipment is being purchased and installed that will allow the city to chlorinate its water system for a two-month period, following reports of bad water quality samples. City officials hope the chlorination will only be required for a short time.