The Jefferson County Health Department has announced 104 new positive COVID-19 cases today (Sept. 29), including seven at long term-care facilities.
The Fox C-6 School District is making plans to increase the number of days students in kindergarten through second grade may attend in-person classes from two to four.
The Jefferson County Health Department Board of Trustees voted 3-2 today (Sept, 24) to hold a special board meeting to discuss COVID-19 prevention measures, which could include limiting the size of groups that can gather and issuing a face mask mandate.
Sal Nigro of Festus said his cat, Marley Joy, has been a bright spot for him during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dunklin R-5 School District Superintendent Clint Freeman witnessed firsthand how different school would be this year when he stopped by a Herculaneum High School Spanish class on the first day of school on Aug. 26 and an alarm on the teacher’s phone went off, signaling cleaning time.
The Jefferson County Health Department reported 66 new COVID-19 cases today, including three at long-term care facilities.
Students in the De Soto School District will have instruction four days a week rather than five starting Oct. 5.
Jefferson County Health Department officials decided today (Sept. 22) to move the county back to the red level on the agency’s four-color COVID-19 alert system, after the county spent the past week at the orange level.