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Over the next three months, Cameron Regional Medical Center will be updating its 2013 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). This CHNA update will cover Clinton, DeKalb, Daviess and Caldwell Counties and is a follow-up process designed to meet final IRS regulations released on January 2, 2015....
Big BAM (Bicycle Across Missouri)
Big BAM (Bicycle Across Missouri), the cross-state, river to river festival of bikes, bands, and beer has attracted more than 500 riders registering so far to ride the 300-mile route from St. Joseph to Hannibal this year. The route parallels above and below the Way of Genius. Overnight or pass-...
There has been a flurry of land moving activity about 5 miles east of Hamilton on Highway 36 as MFA Companies have begun construction of a new grain shuttle facility. The facility will have storage capacity of 2 million bushel of permanent grain storage and an additional 1.5 million bushel of...
Changes threaten cancer patients' access to lifesaving care.
Officials at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) recently proposed a major change to the way Medicare pays for advanced cancer medicines. Unfortunately, the changes threaten cancer patients' access to lifesaving care.  Many people are familiar with Medicare Part D, which covers...
The Hamilton Achievers 4-H club held their April meeting on Sunday, May 1, 2016. The meeting was held at the Hamilton Federated Church. Pledge volunteers were Aden Anderson and Ryan Robertson. Project meetings reported on were: Pigs by Morgan Dotson Chickens by Kayli Wilson and Ryan Robertson Our...
Making sure your pressure canner is ready this gardening season
With gardens finally taking off, now is a good time to look ahead to the harvest and think about food preservation. The first step is to get the dial gauge of a pressure canner tested – before it is needed – and to brush up on safe canning techniques. Any low acid foods, like vegetables, meats, and...
One of many kites at Polo Days celebration
If anyone was travelling around in the Polo area last Saturday, they could not miss seeing the huge “kites” flying over the area at the Stage Coach Park as part of the Polo Days celebrations and attraction. The Great American Kites Company exhibited several of their large kites, some of which were...
Jam sessions begin in Kidder.
A weekly jam session of musicians who enjoy Country, Gospel, Folk songs and Bluegrass music began on Tuesday, May 31 at the Kidder City Park.  Anyone who would like to sing or play with the group is welcome. All others are welcome to come and listen. People can even dance if they want to. The jam...
Glamper Review will be held from 7-8:30 Saturday, June 4
The Glampers are coming, the Glampers are coming. On June 2nd, Glampers – defined as a blend of the words glamorous and campers - will descend on Hamilton for the second annual Glamping Retreat. Along with a full house at the Missouri Star Sewing Center, several vintage campers and modern motor...
Average electric bill to increase $2.22 per month.
The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a request filed by Union Electric Company d/b/a/ Ameren Missouri to adjust the Energy Efficiency Investment Charge (EEIC) Rider that appears on the monthly bills of electric customers of Ameren, Missouri. In its application, the electric company...

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