Ewe of Murphy Park wins title of Carroll County Fair Reserve Grand Champion Ewe 2016

At the Caldwell County Fair Wednesday July 6, 2016, Murphy Park, daughter of David and Nesha Park of Hamilton won Overall Breeds Reserve Grand Champion Ewe and Overall Breeds Reserve Grand Champion Ram and Senior Showmanship.

Block GBE board member Don Davies with block apparel and signage.

The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) denied a Texas company’s application for a proposed private-equity, high-voltage power line project across Missouri for the second time on Tuesday.  The PSC found that Grain Belt Express (GBE) failed to

People kept coming into city hall to attend this week's board of aldermen meeting.

City of Hamilton Aldermen met for their regular session on Wednesday to a group of people, leaving standing room only in a crowded city hall.

 Phosphorus-deficient corn plants, a typical symptom associated with corn grown following fallow.

Cornfields in northeastern Missouri this spring were more uneven following prevented planting acres.

Variety tests help farmers pick what seeds to plant in the fall.

Wheat yields were good at most test sites in the 2016 University of Missouri Variety Testing Program. A lack of precipitation during the early part of the growing season allowed an early wheat harvest.

Protect your pets from parasites.

Summer is the time to be outside, enjoying the warm weather and fresh air with family, friends and pets. While humans use sunscreen and bug spray to protect themselves, pets are often left defenseless when outside.

Ewe of Murphy Park wins title of Carroll County Fair Reserve Grand Champion Ewe 2016
Block GBE board member Don Davies with block apparel and signage.
People kept coming into city hall to attend this week's board of aldermen meeting.
 Phosphorus-deficient corn plants, a typical symptom associated with corn grown following fallow.
Variety tests help farmers pick what seeds to plant in the fall.
Protect your pets from parasites.
Ewe of Murphy Park wins title of Carroll County Fair Reserve Grand Champion Ewe 2016
At the Caldwell County Fair Wednesday July 6, 2016, Murphy Park, daughter of David and Nesha Park of Hamilton won Overall Breeds Reserve Grand Champion Ewe and Overall Breeds Reserve Grand Champion Ram and Senior Showmanship.
A modern community’s success hinges on broadband connectivity and customers in Kingston, Missouri recently saw their Internet speeds reach a new milestone. Speeds up to 1 Gig (1 gigabit per second) are now available to residents and businesses in Kingston, thanks to a new fiber-optic network built...
People kept coming into city hall to attend this week's board of aldermen meeting.
City of Hamilton Aldermen met for their regular session on Wednesday to a group of people, leaving standing room only in a crowded city hall. During “public participation” many were angry about having their water cut off during the holiday weekend. The city provided to the citizens arriving a copy...
Adam Baker found guilty by jury.
A former Cameron resident who shot and killed his wife has been found guilty by a Clay County jury. Adam Jeffery Baker, 28, was accused of killing his wife, Holly Baker, in their home in Cameron, Missouri on February 25, 2015. After four days of trial, including seven hours of deliberation, the...

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Ewe of Murphy Park wins title of Carroll County Fair Reserve Grand Champion Ewe 2016

At the Caldwell County Fair Wednesday July 6, 2016, Murphy Park, daughter of David and Nesha Park of Hamilton won Overall Breeds Reserve Grand Champion Ewe and Overall Breeds Reserve Grand Champion

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Protect your pets from parasites.
Summer is the time to be outside, enjoying the warm weather and fresh air with family, friends and pets. While humans use sunscreen and bug spray to protect themselves, pets are often left...

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