At Heart & Soul Hospice, we believe all veterans deserve to be celebrated and revered. Through the We Honor Veterans program, we publicly recognize the selfless service of those nearing the end of life while sharing our heartfelt appreciation for the countless sacrifices made by service members and their families. To learn more, call 573-756-7066 or visit HeartAndSoulHospice.org.
Ameren Missouri shares tips to educate and protect customers from getting scammed following an uptick in attempts in the region. Ameren Missouri wants to warn its customers about thieves using new, more sophisticated tactics to imitate utility companies. To help its customers recognize scam attempts, Ameren Missouri is sharing tips and insight on how to avoid becoming a victim. “We take scams targeting our customers seriously and personally,” said Terry Roberds, director of corporate security at
Parkland Health Center is pleased to announce that Ben Smith has been selected as the ICARE Star Service Team Member for June 2019. Ben is a patient transportation services driver and he has worked at Parkland Health Center for five years. Excerpts from Ben’s nomination read, “He is often the face of Parkland to our patients and greets everyone with a smile. He goes above and beyond in every aspect to ensure our patients arrive at their appointments and he genuinely cares about them. Care and
The Missouri Broadcasters Association held its 2019 Awards Banquet on Saturday, June 8th at the Branson Hilton Convention Center. The evening was part of the MBA annual convention and included dinner, entertainment by the Showboat Branson Belle, the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and MBA Awards Presentation. "We not only recognize the tremendous talent in our Missouri radio and television markets today but also the lifetime achievements of our three Hall of Fame inductees," said Terry Harper, Director
The University of Missouri Extension Office in St. Francois County will host a FREE, hands-on, award-winning program titled “A Matter of Balance”.
Falling and the fear of falling is very common among older adults. During this program, participants will learn to view falls and the fear of falling as controllable, set realistic goals for increasing activity, learn to change their environment to reduce fall risks, and much more. This eight-session program also includes simple, muscle strengthening exercises that participants will begin during the third session. This program is designed for those who are concerned about falling, have sustained a fall in
The Parkland Health Center Foundation is very pleased to announce Tabetha Harris-Risenhoover as the recipient of the 2019 Landrum-Hirsch Memorial Nursing Scholarship. Tabetha has completed her prerequisite classes at Mineral Area College and was accepted into the college’s nursing program. She will begin in August. The scholarship awards a total of $2,000. Harris-Risenhoover is a nontraditional student who returned to college after raising her family. She explained that her children were very active in
Hey Kids & Teens! Join us for Lunch this Summer -- For FREE! NO FEE - NO REGISTRATION - JUST SHOW UP! East Missouri Action Agency is serving free lunches for kids, Monday - Friday a the following locations: Bonne Terre City Park - N. Long & W. Desoto, Bonne Terre - Lunch served from 1:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. - Site operating from June 3rd to July 26thColumbia Park, Park Hills - Strauss & Main Street, Park Hills - Lunch served from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. - Site operating from June 3rd to July 19thDesloge
The Park Hills - Leadington Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is excited to announce that the fifth recipient of the Chamber Scholarship is, 2019 Central High School Graduate, Yancy McCarron! Yancy was awarded the scholarship at the Central High School Academic Banquet on April 30, 2019. Yancy, daughter of Robert and Emma McCarron, will receive $500 per semester, for up to four consecutive semesters, towards her initial enrollment at Mineral Area College and any consecutive semesters at either
Beginning August 1, 2019, and continuing through October 17, 2019, the Park Hills PD will be giving away 12 Guns - One Per Week! Tickets are on sale now at a price of $20 Each or 6 for $100. A Maximum of 1,000 tickets will be sold. Weekly winners will have their tickets re-entered for each remaining drawing. All proceeds will benefit the Park Hills Police K9 Program! For more information, call 573-431-3122. Tickets are available at Park Hills City Hall, the Park Hills Police Department, or by calling