Gov. Parson visits Hannibal Children's Center
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Gov. Parson visits Hannibal Children's Center

HANNIBAL | Gov. Michael Parson visited with staff and toured the Hannibal Children's Center on Wednesday afternoon, following a morning meeting with White House Coronavirus Task Force Coordinator Deborah Birx at the Governor's Mansion.

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Mark Twain Lake businesses gear up for Labor Day Weekend
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Mark Twain Lake businesses gear up for Labor Day Weekend

PERRY, Mo. | Businesses at Mark Twain Lake have been going strong this summer as they prepare for a busy Labor Day weekend.

The United Way of the Mark Twain Area receives donation from General Mills
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The United Way of the Mark Twain Area receives donation from General Mills

HANNIBAL | General Mills presented a $35,000 check to The United Way of the Mark Twain Area for the COVID-19 response fund on Thursday at its plant in Hannibal.
The General Mills Foundation has committed $1 million to aid communities most impacted by the novel coronavirus through a gift to United Way agencies across the country. Funding will provide emergency assistance to people experiencing poverty with resources for food, shelter, childcare and other support.

Local tourism industry cautiously optimistic on the future
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Local tourism industry cautiously optimistic on the future

HANNIBAL | Tourism-based businesses within Hannibal have been working hard to navigate day-to-day operations during the coronavirus pandemic and in tough economic times.

Kunes Country Honda of Quincy donates vehicle to HLGU
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Kunes Country Honda of Quincy donates vehicle to HLGU

QUINCY, Ill. | Kunes Country Honda of Quincy donated a 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross to Hannibal-LaGrange University on Friday at its dealership.

Local tax services grapple with July 15 deadline
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Local tax services grapple with July 15 deadline

HANNIBAL | As the July 15 tax deadline approaches, some Missouri taxpayers are waiting until the last minute to file their 2019 taxes due to a variety of factors.

Mark Twain Lake sees an increase in visitors
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Mark Twain Lake sees an increase in visitors

MONROE CITY, Mo. | Fishing and outdoor activities at Mark Twain Lake have been going strong this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic that has limited indoor entertainment.