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Imagine if Warren Buffett wanted to build a private toll road across northern Missouri. The billionaire would charge cars $100 apiece to race from his home city of Omaha, Nebraska, to Nashville, Tennessee, pocketing a huge chunk of profit on each trip. He might call it the “Music City Express.”...
JACKSON COUNTY– After further consideration of traffic impacts, the Missouri Department of Transportation has CHANGED several details regarding the COMPLETE CLOSURE of a portion of Interstate 70 in both directions in Kansas City, MO. This closure will begin at 10 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21, until...
The following offices shall be filed for in the County Clerk’s Office located in the Caldwell County Courthouse, 49 E Main, Kingston from February 25, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. through March 31, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. for the August 4, 2020 Election: Eastern District Commissioner Western District Commissioner...
OMAHA, Neb. (Feb. 17, 2020) – The average household has more than 100 different types of arthropods living inside, according to Creighton University Biology Professor Ted Burk, Ph.D., but residents in the Midwest are spotting a new pest inside this winter: the brown marmorated stink bug. “We have a...
Striped skunk crossing the road.
We will conclude the three part series on otters next week. We need to take time out this week for a timely announcement. The skunk mating season will commence this week, so plan accordingly. If you have a hole under a step or back porch that you have been meaning to plug up, better do it this week...
Senator Hoskins presented resolutions to two state FFA officers from the 21st Senatorial District. Visiting the Capitol as part of FFA legislative day was Kaylee Lewis of Chillicothe and Jacob Hall of Marshall.
Legislative activity continued at the State Capitol this week with a full schedule of committee hearings and a number of bills being debated in the Senate Chamber. The Agriculture Committee approved two of the bills I presented last week and sent them on to the full Senate for its consideration....
Greetings Friends of the 8th District! We have had many visitors from the district this week.  Thank you for stopping by as you are always welcomed. Hopefully Spring is right around the corner. House Approves Bill to Require Adequate Training for County Coroners (HB 1435)  Legislation approved by...
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...

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