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Ray-Pec schools prep to close; AG Schmitt sues dozens of school districts

Ray-Pec schools prep to close; AG Schmitt sues dozens of school districts By Raymore Journal staff The Raymore-Peculiar School District is warning parents that students may go back to virtual learning if the rate of new COVID-19 cases continues its current trajectory. Meanwhile, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is suing nearly 40 school districts over mask mandates. Ray-Pec School District Superintendent Dr. Mike Slagle is giving parents a fair warning about potential procedures to mitigate issues regarding a lack of staff as COVID-19 cases surge. In a message sent on Jan. 19, Dr....

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Show Me Strong Recovery Task Force releases final report

Show Me Strong Recovery Task Force releases final report of recommendations By Raymore Journal staff Governor Mike Parson announced on Jan. 17 that the Show Me Strong Recovery Task Force has released its final report of recommendations to support small businesses across the state. In the report, the task force summarizes its findings and provides potential solutions related to workforce, supply chain, access to resources, broadband, and support for minority- and women-owned businesses. “As our state’s economy has recovered, it’s important to continue to support our small businesses,...

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COVID-19 Updates in Cass County Missouri

COVID-19 Updates in Cass County Missouri By Raymore Journal staff COVID-19 VACCINE LOCATIONS Raymore residents should brace themselves for a bigger surge in COVID-19 cases, possibly the biggest wave yet. Cases of COVID-19 are climbing quickly in the area. More than 280 tests came out positive for COVID-19 in the week ending Dec. 11. That is a nearly 50% increase from the previous week. There were an additional 100 probable cases, also closing in on a 50% increase. Hospital space is filling up quickly across the entire Kansas City metro area. Consequently, chief medical officers in the...

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More local health departments curtailing COVID-19 services

More local health departments curtailing COVID-19 services By Raymore Journal staff More than a half-dozen local health departments in Missouri have stopped offering COVID-19 services, such as contact tracing and tracking case numbers, in response to threats of legal action from Attorney General Eric Schmitt. Schmitt, a Republican who is running for the U.S. Senate, this week sent letters to local health officials and school districts saying he would pursue legal action if they did not comply with a ruling last month that struck down regulations giving local health departments the power to...

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