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It was my honor to present Recovery Lighthouse of Warrensburg with a resolution from the Missouri Senate, in recognition of National Recovery Month.
Back in the District The halls of the Missouri State Capitol are quiet again, following the week-long extraordinary session in mid-September. Instead, lawmakers are back home, spending time in their respective districts, connecting with constituents and listening to their concerns. Recently, I had...
Welcome to the Scuttlebutt. We strive to provide information to local veterans and share a little bit about life in the military. This week we are again returning to the Korean war, but with a little different twist. I chose to detail the experience of one particular Marine. The Korean War was...
JEFFERSON CITY---Evergy Missouri West, Inc. d/b/a Evergy Missouri West (formerly KCP&L-Greater Missouri Operations Company) has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking to adjust its renewable energy standard rate adjustment mechanism (RESRAM) charge that...
The federal government may forgive all or part of teachers’ and nurses’ federal student loans if they meet certain requirements. The forgiveness options, according to KHEAA, include: •   Teacher loan forgiveness. To qualify, you must teach at least five full years in a low-income school in an...
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It’s the little things in life that make us happy, the saying goes. If that’s true, then so-called minor Dutch bulbs should bring extreme joy, especially for gardeners, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. Even though the flowers of minor bulbs are small, they...
(This short meditation on the magic of the campfire comes from The Manual of Woodcraft and Indians (1915) by Ernest Thompson Seton — the handbook for an organization that served as a forerunner to the  what used to be called the Boy Scouts. Don't let this fall pass you by without enjoying a few...
Did you know? ·      At least 18 state voter registration databases were scanned by Russian-affiliated cyber actors in 2016. ·      The federal omnibus appropriations bill included $380 million for states and U.S. territories to improve their elections systems. ·      Funding from the federal...
The JC Penney Festival and the Missouri Star Quilt Company Birthday Bash will be held on Saturday, September 28. Be sure to join us, there will be plenty of vendors along with live music, food and fun.   FESTIVAL EVENT SCHEDULE: 6-11 a.m. - Pancake breakfast at the fire station. 8 a.m. - Cornhole...
Senator Hoskins receives a 2019 Business Champion award from Daniel Mehan, president and CEO of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce.
Last week, lawmakers were in Jefferson City for the annual veto session, as well as an extraordinary session called by the governor. The veto session was brief, since none of the six bills rejected by the governor were overridden. Legislators seemed content to revisit the provisions of the vetoed...
Phase One of the Missouri Quilt Museum located in Hamilton, MO, will open on Monday, September 23rd. The Phase One opening will include the Quilt Town USA Exhibit, quilts from the Delbert Godsey Vintage Quilt collection and quilts from the museum’s own growing collection. The opening will include...

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