Report shows region's jobs, workforce
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Report shows region's jobs, workforce

Recent economic development studies in Northeast Missouri show two overarching trends: A large percentage of the workforce is underemployed and many employers have trouble finding applicants with the right skills

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Museum receives Twain first editions
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Museum receives Twain first editions

Raymond P. Ewing, a Hannibal native, recently donated several first editions of Mark Twain's works to the Mark Twain Museum

Quincy Medical Group donates to Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri
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Quincy Medical Group donates to Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri

Laura Tenhouse, Kayla Baumann, and Jenny Sousa, Quincy Medical Group Healthcare Foundation (QMG) board members, present a $7,500 donation to Steve Yager, Regional Coordinator for The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, to help feed those in need in Marion, Lewis and Clark counties

Donors boost Twain field trips
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Donors boost Twain field trips

Staff and faculty members at the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum enjoy every chance to preserve and share history with visitors of all ages, and a new “#GivingTwain” program that started on Giving Tuesday is designed to bring in more students for field trips to experience Mark Twain's legacy

HOMEBANK supports area CASA programs
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HOMEBANK supports area CASA programs

HOMEBANK, its employees and friends, recently made donations totaling $10,418.30 to area organizations that advocate for the best outcomes for children in the court system

American Legion Auxiliary Districts 1, 9, 10 spread cheer
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American Legion Auxiliary Districts 1, 9, 10 spread cheer

Members of the American Legion Auxiliary of District 1, 9 and 10 Department of Missouri went to the Mexico Veteran’s Home on Monday, Dec. 2 and Tuesday, Dec. 3, to host the annual Christmas Gift Shop event

Louisiana man publishes 'They Call Us Pikers'
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Louisiana man publishes 'They Call Us Pikers'

Brent Engel believes there's no end to Pike County stories

NECAC awarded MHDC funding for housing upgrades, client services
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NECAC awarded MHDC funding for housing upgrades, client services

The not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation has been awarded $558,955 to upgrade homes and provide additional emergency services to clients

Art exhibit steps back in time
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Art exhibit steps back in time

The current “Art For The Health Of It” exhibit at the Hannibal Clinic features Hannibal artist Stephen Schisler

Celebrating with history and creativity
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Celebrating with history and creativity

Mark Twain Birthday Bash celebrates author's 184th birthday with crafts, games and treats for everyone