News To Know: fatal crashes, and take a trip to “Hill House”
The news you need to know before you head out the door
GIRARD, Kan. – A Mindenmines man is dead following a two-vehicle collision. The crash occurred just 2 miles North of K126 in Crawford County. Police say a Ford F350 driven by Edward Leroy Nutt, 71, was traveling Eastbound on East 570th Avenue when he failed to stop at a stop sign. If you are interested in reading more about this story, click here.
CASSVILLE, Mo. – A head-on collision on Highway 76 in Barry County takes the life of one man. On Saturday, September 23, Police Dispatch received calls regarding a crash on Highway 76 at around 5:30 p.m. Missouri Highway Patrol responded. They learned that a Ford Mustang driven by Dale Roller, 53, crossed the center line and struck a Ford Explorer driven by Wendy Miekley, 60, head-on. Click here to read more about this story.
NEWTON COUNTY, Mo. – Flu season kicks off in October. The Newton County health department has only one case of flu reported so far. The health department says it’s still hard to predict the flu season, but as covid cases have dropped from last year, it may lead to more flu cases. That’s because many of the precautions we took to protect against covid also protected us from the flu.
Officials recommend taking the flu vaccine in October. That provides about a six-month coverage, but also has time to kick in before more cases appear. People can take both a covid booster and flu vaccine even on same day.
JOPLIN, Mo. – Joplin’s Dream Theatre troupe is almost ready for its next production. Later this week the troupe will perform “The Haunting of Hill House”, based on Shirley Jackson’s novel about a small group of people who are brought to “Hill House”, which is known as a place of evil, in order to research it.
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