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Temperatures didn't drop: September felt like August Source: Pat Guinan, 573-882-5908 [Includes sidebar: Missouri lowest and highest rainfalls.] COLUMBIA, Mo. – September weather acted like August in Missouri, says Pat Guinan, state climatologist with University of Missouri Extension. Several...
Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds drivers that deer are more active and create hazards for Missouri motorists this time of year. Drivers are reminded that an attempt to avoid striking a deer could result in a more serious crash involving oncoming...
ST. LOUIS (Oct. 2, 2019) – Ameren Missouri, a subsidiary of Ameren Corporation (NYSE: AEE), is looking to spread solar generation across the state in a new way. As part of the Neighborhood Solar program made possible by a law passed by the Missouri General Assembly in 2018, Ameren Missouri will...
Michael Pollard speaks before his fellow Veterans and guests after receiving his Bronze Star Medal.
A Bronze Star Medal ceremony was held for Vietnam Veteran Michael Pollard of Caldwell County on Friday, Sept. 27, at the Cameron Veterans Home. Randy Watson, MVC Director of the Veterans Service Program presented the medal to Pollard during the event. Pollard served with the US Army in Vietnam from...
ORAL ARGUMENT – Missouri Supreme Court to Review Sunshine Law Victory That Exposed Absentee Ballot Violations by St. Louis City Election Board. PARTICIPANTS:        Dave Roland, Attorney and Plaintiff                                 James Hetlage, Attorney for St. Louis City Board of Election...
George Hess of Chillicothe won "Best of Show" and first place in machine quilting category
The Twisted Stitchers Quilt Guild members are proud to announce the winners of the quilt show held during J C Penney Days.   Best of Show and 1st place in the machine quilted category was Summer Solstice by George Hess of Chillicothe.  Machine Quilted – 2nd place Farm Girl Sampler by Patti Taylor;...
Polo Trail Blazers 4-H members with the check received from FCS financial.
The Polo Trail Blazers 4-H Club is the recipient of a “Shaping Rural Missouri Grant” from FCS Financial. The grant is given to organizations to undertake for a service project within their community. The Polo Trail Blazers applied for the funds to build four Panther Pride boxes for Bright Futures...
By the time this goes to print, the calendar will have turned to October. The forecast for later this week indicates morning temperatures should be in the 40’s. It's time to head to the woods to experience the best days of the year.  October 1 marks the opening of the fall firearms turkey season....
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...

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