Telemedicine shines during pandemic but will glow fade?
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Telemedicine shines during pandemic but will glow fade?

Telemedicine grew explosively after COVID-19 shut down much of the economy earlier this year and forced doctors and patients to connect virtually

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Second COVID-19-related death reported in Lewis County

The second COVID-19-related death has been reported in Lewis County. The Lewis County Health Department said Sunday that a Lewis County resident in their 70s died after testing positive for the virus.

Stephen A. Douglas finds chaos on first day in Congress
Once Upon a Time

Stephen A. Douglas finds chaos on first day in Congress

His itinerary was appropriate for Congressman-Elect Stephen A. Douglas, who left his Quincy home at the southeast corner of Third and York streets for Washington, D.C., in October 1843.

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Adams County nears 500 total COVID-19 cases

Fourteen additional people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Adams County as health department officials warn about public exposure of the virus at a Jimmy John's restaurant.

First Presbyterian Church in Nauvoo closes after 165 years
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First Presbyterian Church in Nauvoo closes after 165 years

Barb Schafer remembers the First Presbyterian Church of her childhood as always busy with activities from youth group to meals prepared by the ladies.

US kids, parents perform DIY tests for coronavirus science
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US kids, parents perform DIY tests for coronavirus science

Six thousand U.S. parents and kids are doing DIY nasal swabs twice a week to answer some of the most vexing mysteries about the coronavirus

Chiropractor says of COVID-19: 'never thought it would happen to me'
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Chiropractor says of COVID-19: 'never thought it would happen to me'

Admittedly, Dr. Kirk Gribler endured a relatively mild case of COVID-19. "I was fortunate not to have any serious complications, but it makes you think twice," Gribler said.

'The End Times' part 12: A look into heaven
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'The End Times' part 12: A look into heaven

Saving the best until last, this week in our end times study we look at heaven.

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Adams County reports 13 new COVID-19 cases

The Adams County Health Department reported Friday that 13 people have tested positive for the virus, bringing the county's total number of COVID-19 cases to 484.

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Pike County reports 105th case of COVID-19

Public health officials in five Northeast Missouri counties reported new cases of COVID-19, including Pike County, where eight new people on Friday had tested positive.