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ADVERTISEMENTSt. Louis County eases virus restrictions; Gov. Parson set to travel Missouri Gov. Mike Parson plans to resume public appearances this week after nearly two weeks of isolation because of a positive COVID-19 test, and will debate his Democratic challenger as planned on Friday, his office said. by Associated Press Published Oct. 5 2020 @…
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St. Louis County eases virus restrictions; Gov. Parson set to travel Missouri Gov. Mike Parson plans to resume public appearances this week after nearly two weeks of isolation because of a positive COVID-19 test, and will debate his Democratic challenger as planned on Friday, his office said. by Associated Press Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 1:00pm

Miller County confirms 8th COVID-19 death Miller County confirmed Monday that an eighth resident has died related to COVID-19. by News Tribune Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 12:50pm

Morgan County crash injures 2 Two people were hurt in a one-vehicle crash Sunday nigh in Morgan County. by News Tribune Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 10:10am

Parson returns to office after battling COVID-19 Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said Sunday he has been cleared to return to the office after battling the coronavirus. by Associated Press Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 12:25am

Medical marijuana in Missouri could be available this month A St. Louis County lab’s approval to start testing samples of marijuana means commercial marijuana for medical use could be on the shelves this month. by Associated Press Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 12:05am

CARTOON GALLERY 10-05-20 A sampling of today’s editorial cartoons on local and national issues. Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 1:14pm

Your Opinion: Best cure for poverty is a job Dear Editor: Has anyone read about the September 2020 Census Bureau’s report on “Income and Poverty in the United States 2019”? Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 12:05am

Your Opinion: Can Trump tell the truth? Dear Editor: The question of liability for Donald Trump regarding “tax fraud” is a moot question. Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 12:05am

After delay of a day, Chiefs set to host Patriots A day later than scheduled, the Kansas City Chiefs will host the New England Patriots. The game, scheduled for a 6:05 p.m. kickoff today, had been postponed Sunday due to positive coronavirus tests. by Associated Press Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 12:30am

Hamlin wins in third overtime in Talladega marathon Denny Hamlin put himself in position to finally win in the playoffs by hanging at the back to avoid the carnage of the messiest and longest race in Talladega Superspeedway history. His sweeping three-wide pass in triple overtime Sunday brought an end to the sloppiest race of the season. by Associated Press Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 12:25am

Butler’s big night helps Heat cut Lakers’ Finals lead to 2-1 Biggest moment of his career. Best game of his life. Jimmy Butler is clearly not ready to go home quite yet. With a triple-double, he joined NBA Finals lore — and the short-handed Miami Heat might have made this title matchup a series after all. by Associated Press Published Oct. 5 2020 @ 12:20am

From the Stacks: A personal crisis brings a tour of the American Rust Belt Lori Soderlind is suffering from a midlife crisis.At the age of 49, she is taking a long hard look at her life and relationships, accomplishments and failures. by Kimberly Bolton, For the News Tribune Published Oct. 4 2020 @ 12:05am

Ask a Master Gardener: Tips for harvesting sweet potatoes This is a great time of the year for gardeners; when the weather starts cooling off a bit, the garden starts getting smaller and the workload gets lighter. by Peter Sutter, For the News Tribune Published Oct. 4 2020 @ 12:05am

Family donates 116-year-old diary to historical society ST. LOUIS — Stephen Phelps calls it the “family bible,” the “holy grail” that has survived 116 years and three generations of family members. by Ben Simon, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (TNS) Published Oct. 4 2020 @ 12:05am

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