Visitors from Caldwell County included Terry Rumery, Economic Development Director; C.R. “Bud” Motsinger, Presiding Commissioner; and Rex Hibler, Western District Commissioner.

You might imagine, there was plenty of red on display at the Capitol this week. How about those Chiefs? Congratulations to Missouri’s NFL team for a much-deserved victory. The Chiefs did Missouri proud!

One year-old Kali Carroll (Johnston) feels the fur on a mounted river otter on display at the river otter release near Kingston in April of 1985. Photo by Bill Bennett

Two weeks ago we learned that after hovering at an almost extirpated level of 35-70 animals for almost 50 years, Missouri’s otters got a second chance when the Missouri Department of Conservation embarked on a reintroduction program.

In the wake of a disruptive winter storm expected to track across portions of the Plains and Midwest, a powerful Arctic front will surge southward from Canada, ushering in the coldest air of the season for some.

Honeyberry bushes bear their teardrop-shaped fruit early in the spring, even before strawberry. Photo courtesy of Patrick Byers.

ELKLAND, Mo. –Blueberry is singing the blues. There’s a new berry in town.

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that eight Iowa counties have more voter registrations than their eligible voting-age population. According to Judicial Watch’s analysis of data released by the U.S.

Visitors from Caldwell County included Terry Rumery, Economic Development Director; C.R. “Bud” Motsinger, Presiding Commissioner; and Rex Hibler, Western District Commissioner.
One year-old Kali Carroll (Johnston) feels the fur on a mounted river otter on display at the river otter release near Kingston in April of 1985. Photo by Bill Bennett
Honeyberry bushes bear their teardrop-shaped fruit early in the spring, even before strawberry. Photo courtesy of Patrick Byers.
Visitors from Caldwell County included Terry Rumery, Economic Development Director; C.R. “Bud” Motsinger, Presiding Commissioner; and Rex Hibler, Western District Commissioner.
You might imagine, there was plenty of red on display at the Capitol this week. How about those Chiefs? Congratulations to Missouri’s NFL team for a much-deserved victory. The Chiefs did Missouri proud! We had an abbreviated week at the State Capitol as a forecast of severe weather raised concerns...
Feb. 10, 2020, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement praising President Donald Trump and National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien for removing 70 Obama holdovers from the National Security Council: “More than three years into...
In the wake of a disruptive winter storm expected to track across portions of the Plains and Midwest, a powerful Arctic front will surge southward from Canada, ushering in the coldest air of the season for some. So far this winter, most people across the northern Plains, Midwest and Great Lakes...
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that eight Iowa counties have more voter registrations than their eligible voting-age population. According to Judicial Watch’s analysis of data released by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) in 2019 and the most recent U.S. Census Bureau’s...

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Visitors from Caldwell County included Terry Rumery, Economic Development Director; C.R. “Bud” Motsinger, Presiding Commissioner; and Rex Hibler, Western District Commissioner.

You might imagine, there was plenty of red on display at the Capitol this week. How about those Chiefs? Congratulations to Missouri’s NFL team for a much-deserved victory.

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Don't put up your hunting rifle just yet. The colder days of mid-winter are a good time to hunt predators in northwest Missouri. Coyotes in particular are sought by predator callers this time of...

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