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Ways to Prevent ‘Maskne’

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With Columbia’s new mask ordinance in place, masks are going to be worn more frequently. While masks are the least we can do to help prevent the spread of COVID, they aren’t the friendliest to our skin. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep your skin happy during this crazy time! Let your skin breathe whenever possible. When …

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B-2 Flyover will honor our healthcare heroes

The Missouri Air National Guard’s 131st Bomb Wing will conduct B-2 flyovers of six Missouri communities to honor medical and healthcare professionals, essential employees and volunteers in the fight against COVID-19. The flyovers are part of an Air Force-wide effort to honor first responders as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic, Commander of the 131st Bomb Wing, Col. Ken Eaves, said …

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What Are The Real COVID-19 Symptoms

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The stay at home order is lifting on Monday. However, it won’t be business as usual, as new precautions will be taken. Many are worried of a resurgence of Coronavirus cases. So what are the real COVID-19 symptoms? I have to admit, I’ve googled this many times.  Especially with allergies setting in. Is it in my head? Do I need …

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Friday’s Daily Dose of Happiness

While the world begins to slowly open back up, it’s going to start getting easier to smile.  If you need any more reasons to smile, here they are!  This makes me smile a little bit extra because it happened in my hometown! A 10-year-old girl heard that some of the Chesterfield Police Department officers were going to lose some of …

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5 Great Ideas to Bring Mid-Mo Together During Isolation

Looking for ways to entertain your family while you’re quarantined? Here are some great ways to create memories and make your community a more enjoyable place during this crazy time.  ‘Teddy Bear Hunt’– Place stuffed animals in your windows and then go on a ‘hunt’ around the neighborhood to see if anyone else is playing along. Mexico, Missouri has been …

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Columbia Public Schools will remain closed through April

Columbia Public Schools said Tuesday the district will be out of session until April 27 after local authorities issued a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of COVID-19. Mayor Brian Treece announced the order will go into effect on Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. and will last for at least 30 days. The district sent a letter to parents Tuesday …

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Stay-At-Home issued for Boone County

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City and county leaders met in Columbia on Tuesday morning and issued a stay-at-home order for the county, including Columbia after coronavirus numbers grew exponentially in the state. The order will go into effect on Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. and will last for at least 30 days. Officials said they are trying to slow the spread of COVID-19. They …

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Here’s where we’re at with COVID-19

The world is constantly evolving with the coronavirus. As of Monday, March 23rd this is where we are at. Boone County has 17 positive COVID-19 cases, as of early Monday morning. Two Mizzou employees, and a worker at Russell Boulevard Elementary in Columbia, are among the new positives. Cole County now has four cases. There are five in Callaway County, …

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Mid-Missouri COVID-19 Resources

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The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is causing big changes to everyday life in mid-Missouri. Here are a few places to go if you have questions (stay up-to-date on the national response at the CDC’s website): The state health department has updated information on its website. You can also call a 24-hour hotline at 877-435-8411. MU Health Care is offering free video visits with …

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Y107 COVID-19 Statement: How We Plan To Adapt

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Y107 Mission Statement: Provide quality and timely community-focused information and entertainment that is relevant to you, our mid-Missouri listener. At Y107, our priority remains supporting our clients and listeners through these difficult, uncertain times. We have helped our listeners and clients through the unusual events of other natural disasters, such as tornadoes and floods. We have always prepared to support …

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Coronavirus Outbreak: How Missouri Is Responding

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Concerns over the new coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to grow across the state and the nation. Governor Mike Parson and his administration are working each day to respond to the virus and protect the health and well-being of Missourians. Expanding COVID-19 Testing The state is currently working with the University of Missouri to expand COVID-19 testing. This should increase testing capabilities by …

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A helpful guide to the Coronavirus

Winston Churchill made the phrase “Keep Calm – And Carry On” famous in 1939. While we aren’t facing World War III, it’s still a reminder today as we all move forward in a world with health concerns. Y107 encourages you to be smart, stay strong and use common sense. Keep yourself educated so you know what’s factual information, and what’s not. …

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COVID-19: A Responsible Understanding

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Coronavirus, or COVID-19 has moved from a headline, to a reality, to hysteria, to the surreal is DAYS! Precaution is being seen as PANIC, and then there’s the oversensationalism, causing hysteria.

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Carson’s Miracle Drink Remedy For The Common Cold

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As I was saying on-air today, I caught a really nasty cold bug last week. It even took me off the air Friday as I had no voice. I probably spent half the weekend worrying I got Cosmo, JaX, or Jordan sick.  Here’s the thing; when I get sick, I have some interesting remedies I try, as I need to …

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