JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri National Guard has been mobilized where needed to assist communities in this state that are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
“I want to be perfectly clear: This is not about putting Missouri under martial law. This is a planning stage operation to provide more assistance to Missourians and increase our capacity to deploy resources quickly. The Guard will play a major role in supporting state and local communities, ” Missouri National Guard Brig. Gen. Levon Cumpton said
RICHMOND – “Gifted.” “Multi-talented.” “Fun.” “Entertaining.” “Faithfilled.”
These are some of the words that describe a performance by Brent Vernon and his sidekick Sam. Both will perform free in the Richmond United Methodist Church sanctuary at 5 p.m. Sunday, May 17. Vernon said he will do a little singing, work with Sam a little and sing a little more. He has written numerous songs reflecting faith and the joy of God’s work.