Local resort co-owner Corey Cottrell, of Huzzah Valley Resort, spoke to Crawford County Commissioners at their weekly meeting on April 14. He said he was there to “explain what’s going on in our business world. I understand there’s a lot of concern about tourists coming into our area from out of our area. The good news is we’re not busy.”
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In her weekly COVID-19 report to the Crawford County Commission on April 14, Health Department Director Honor Evans noted that cases were “still rising rapidly in Missouri,” adding, “I expect it to continue to increase, and am expecting a peak around April 21-22.”
The Crawford County Health Department (CCHD) released guidance on April 16 for local lodging establishments, including resorts with campgrounds and water recreation activities.
Judge Megan Seay, Presiding Circuit Judge of the 42nd Judicial Circuit, issued a press release on April 20 to provide updated details on court proceedings as a result of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
A fatal crash involving three vehicles took the life of a Cuba man on Friday, April 17. The wreck occurred at 2:48 p.m. on Highway 19 at Lindberg Road and closed the highway for several hours.