News you need: Delaware County agency tracking, McDonald County telemedicine and Canadian condolences

The news you need to know before you head out the door.

Delaware Co., OK. – Oklahoma authorities determine a car crash killed two people found dead Tuesday night in Delaware County. Authorities also identified the victims as Shelby Blackfox, 22, of Oklahoma City, and Ronald Hogshooter, 46, of Frederick, Oklahoma. Officers believe they were ejected from a single-vehicle accident, although it is still unclear what led to the crash.

McDonald Co., Missouri. — A telemedicine unit with medical-grade equipment will allow McDonald County High School students to be seen from the school nurse’s office. A Neosho Hospital provider will be able to complete the student assessment. Parents can also participate in the visit from their phone by opening a link sent to them.

Uzbekistan (AP) — Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Uzbekistan on Wednesday evening where the Uzbek president greeted him. According to Chinese state media, Xi is in the country on a state visit that will also see him attend a meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Organization leaders.

Canada (AP) – Canada is offering the public a way to honor Queen Elizabeth II. The Department of Canadian Heritage says people can sign an official book of condolences. Physical copies are available in legislative buildings across the country. Posts cannot exceed 500 words or be offensive or inappropriate. Britain’s longest-reigning monarch has made 22 official visits to Canada as part of the Commonwealth.

About Robert Moody

Check Also

John A. Torsky, McDonald, Ohio Obituary

MCDONALD, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – John A. Torsky, 69, of McDonald’s, died Tuesday, November 8, 2022 …