Court House, County Offices Closing to Public

By order of the Scotland County Commission effective at noon on March 20, 2020, the Scotland County Court House was closed to the public, except by appointment, until further notice due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Business may continue via phone or email with all county offices. Contact information for the Scotland County Commission is 660-465-7027…

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Updated Press Release from Scotland County Hospital

Due to limiting the use of facemasks, this press release has been updated. March 23, 2020 MEMPHIS, MO – Scotland County Hospital, Memphis Medical Services and Lancaster Medical Services are suspending all in-person non-essential visits to the hospital and clinics. If you have a question as to whether your previously scheduled clinic appointment or previously…

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Changes on Distribution Day at Food Pantry

The next distribution day at the Food Pantry will be April 3, 2020 with some changes. No one will be allowed into the building except workers. When customers pull up, someone will take their name and the names of anyone they are picking up for. Then vehicles will be loaded, all distributions being the same…

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Attention !

Sheriff Wayne Winn 117 S. Market St. Room 3 Memphis, Mo 63555 660-465-2151 Until further notice, the Scotland County Sheriffs’ Office will be closed to the public. Call 660-465-2151 to make an appointment. If you have any question contact Chief Deputy Bryan Whitney. Thank you Scotland County Sheriff’s Office

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WGU Missouri Announces Plans to Fund Dozens of Classroom Projects Across the State

 Jessica Denham                                                                                                    Contact for enrollment information: [email protected]                                                                                 missouri.wgu.edu With schools closing across Missouri due to the spread of Covid-19, many are realizing just how vital teachers are in educating our future generations; the online university wants to celebrate K-12 teachers by encouraging them to submit their classroom projects for funding consideration online by April…

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