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10,000 of us turn 65 each and every year.
WASHINGTON, DC, June 15 – For the first time in 36 years, according to the trustees of Social Security and Medicare, they will have to dip into the Trust Fund to meet its obligations.  “Perhaps lawmakers will now take the action necessary, in a timely fashion, to ensure the viability of the...
Red-Headed Woodpecker
Like a flashing light, the black and white feathers of the woodpecker in flight flickered against the green backdrop. My brother locked onto the woodpecker’s flight path. As soon as the bird landed in a nearby tree, it disappeared behind the trunk, hard at work looking for insects. As a young...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings, friends of the 8th Legislative District! Protecting Victims of Sexual Assault (HB 1355) This session the General Assembly approved legislation that would address several areas of need for the state’s system of law enforcement. One key component of the bill seeks to correct an issue in...
State Treasurer Eric Schmitt
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo — Starting next week, the names of more than 100,000 Missourians who have Unclaimed Property will be listed in over 100 publications across the state of Missouri. State Treasurer Eric Schmitt today announced the start of this annual effort to reconnect Missourians with their...
Funding was provided by Time Sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences in cooperation with the National Science Foundation.
A large proportion of the American public opts to receive cancer screenings with the hope that testing will reduce their chance of cancer death. Now, a team led by University of Missouri psychological science researchers has determined that patients may want cancer screenings even if the potential...
Researchers from the University of Missouri have developed a system that improves the precision of forecasts.
Meteorologists have known for some time that rainfall forecasts have flaws, as failure to take into account factors such as evaporation can affect their accuracy. Now, researchers from the University of Missouri have developed a system that improves the precision of forecasts by accounting for...
All available officers will be patrolling Missouri’s roadways this 4th of July.
Colonel Sandra K. Karsten, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, is encouraging Missouri’s travelers to make the choice to have a safe July Fourth holiday. Many people will travel somewhere to enjoy the many recreational opportunities in our state. No matter what you plan for the...
Chip & Seal on Route D June 14 and 15
HAMILTON, Mo. – A chip seal project is planned this week for Route D in Caldwell County. Local maintenance crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation plan to apply this preventive maintenance treatment from U.S. Route 36 to Route 116. Crews will have Route D reduced to one lane both...
3rd annual Evans Memorial Tournament and dinner will be held Saturday, June 23rd.
The Evans family is pleased to announce the 3rd annual Evans Memorial Tournament and dinner will be held Saturday, June 23rd at Lakeview Golf Course in Hamilton. The event was started by the family in an effort to help revitalize the course Leroy served as a greens keeper for many years. All...
In just 60 minutes, you can donate one pint of blood and Save a Life.
Our supply of blood is at a critically low level and our patients need your help! Make an appointment to donate at the upcoming blood drive. HAMILTON AREA BLOOD DRIVE Hamilton United Methodist Church Friday, June 15th 2:00pm – 6:00PM  Schedule an appointment at esavealifenow.org Sponsor Code:...

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