Pursuant to Governor Mike Parson’s “Show Me Strong Recovery Plan” for safely reopening public spaces in the state, the Phelps County Courthouse reopened to the public at 8 a.m. on Monday, May 4.
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The Phelps County Commission agreed Thursday to extend the county’ state of emergency order they originally declared on March 19, until Sunday, May 31, but amended it to align with Governor Mike Parson’s new Show Me Strong Recovery plan. The plan will allow businesses within the state to reopen with several restrictions, but will allow limited social gatherings.
Michele Hall was named Senior Companion of the Month at the April 20 In-service meeting held through the Zoom.
Hall grew up in Rolla, Missouri with four brothers and three sisters. She has two children and eight grandchildren.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) reported Friday that all test results for the COVID-19 Target Testing (also referred to as Community Testing Program) for Phelps County are available. There were no positive results.
Missouri University of Science and Technology plans to resume its on-campus residential program in the fall, while continuing to follow the recommended best-health practices to suppress the spread of COVID-19. Although planning is underway for the return of students to campus this fall, university officials are mapping out a phased approach for the return of the many faculty and staff who are currently working remotely.
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