Back in July, the physicians and nurses who comprise the Missouri State Medical Association and the Missouri Nurses Association, joined together to urge Missouri Gov. Mike Parson to implement a statewide masking requirement.
RICHMOND – The idea some in Washington floated – that COVID-19 would disappear after the presidential election – has proved false nationally and in Clay and Ray counties. Including most of the northern part of Kansas City, Clay County in the past week has recorded another 15 deaths.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The City Council approved the Fire Department’s radio system upgrade request. Assistant Chief of Communications Camron White told city leaders in a memo that updating the system would cost $291,018 with an estimated $2,500 licensing fee.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The Lane of Lights tradition continues with a distinct claim to fame. While doing last-minute, opening day work on the lights, Clint Hylton says he believes Excelsior Springs has the longest Christmas lights tunnel in the metro area.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS –Barbee Memorial Presbyterian Church members will observe the four Sundays of Advent starting Sunday and invite everyone to help celebrate in preparation for the Christmas Eve service.
RICHMOND – Health department leaders in Ray and Clay counties joined others in the metro area to ask the public to help prevent COVID-19’s spread. “Our community is at a critical point again with uncontrolled community spread,” they stated jointly.