Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Usage Paused in State of Missouri

 JEFFERSON CITY, MO — Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine administration is being paused in Missouri until further notice.  “In an abundance of caution and as per federal guidelines, we are pausing vaccination with Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine until further notice in Missouri,” said Dr. Randall Williams, director of the Department of Health and…

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 Tigers Dominate in Conference Opener 

By: Corey Stott  MEMPHIS, Mo.- 4/5/21- Carson Harrison and Owen Triplett teamed up to pitch a shut-out in Scotland County’s (3-2) dominant conference-opening win over the Fayette Falcons (1-4) last Monday night. Harrison got the win, giving up no hits or runs in three innings of work. Triplett mopped up the last inning walking one…

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Tigers and Lady Tigers Compete in Clark County Relays

 By: Corey Stott KAHOKA, Mo.- 4/6/21- The Scotland County track teams traveled to Kahoka for the Clark County Relays last Tuesday. There were ten teams competing, including Clark County, Palmyra, Monroe City, Brookfield, Highland, Kirksville, Marion County, Green City, Canton and Scotland County.  The Tiger men finished 7th with 4 points, while the Lady Tigers…

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Scotland County Hospital Recognized as a Top Performer

 MEMPHIS, MO – Scotland County Hospital’s Population Health Care Team has been recognized as “Top Performers” for the month of February by Crossriver Quality Health Partners (CQHP). The team consists of Tabitha Wittstock, MA (Population Health Coordinator), Stephanie Ketchum, LPN (Population Health Nurse and Chronic Care Management Nurse), and is led by the Physician Champion,…

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 Weber, Davis Win Seats On School Board 

By Heather Harper  On Tuesday, April 6, 504 of Scotland County’s 2665 registered voters cast their ballots in the Municipal Election.  Regarding Scotland County Proposition 1, which stated,  Shall the County of Scotland continue to impose a county wide sales tax at the rate of one-half (1/2) of one percent (1%) for a period of…

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THE QUINCY AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP HOSTS AUTISM AWARENESS WALK

QUINCY, IL – The Quincy Autism Support Group is hosting an Autism Awareness Walk. The community is invited to attend to raise awareness and celebrate individuals living with autism. The walk will take place on Saturday, April 17 at 11 a.m. at Upper Moorman Park located at 1610 Moorman Park in Quincy. Complimentary doughnuts, water,…

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Commission Minutes

Thursday, April 1, 2021 PLACE OF MEETING: Scotland County Courthouse Commission Chambers The meeting was called to order at 8:30 A.M. PRESENT WERE:  Presiding Commissioner, Duane Ebeling                                Eastern District Commissioner, Brent Rockhold,                …

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New Arrivals at Scotland County Memorial Library

Adult Fiction Browsing appointments are available! Give us a call it you’d like to schedule an appointment to browse the library shelves or to order books for curbside pickup. The Lamplighters, by Emma Stonex Amish Midwives: Three Stories Meant to Be, by Jude Deveraux Win, by Harlan Coben The Four Winds, by Kristin Hannah Band…

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City of Downing Regular Meeting

The Board of the City of Downing convened at 6:00pm on April 5, 2021 with Mayor Alan Garrett presiding. Present were Aldermen Ray Bange, Bill Anderson, Joy VanWye and Gene Bruner. City Clerk Carol Dryden, Water/WasteWater Operator Kevin Martin and Contract Operator Eric Bowens. Copies of the Agenda, Minutes of the last meeting, Deposits &…

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