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River Otter
Last week after the overnight temperatures got to near zero for a couple of nights, the area streams froze partially over. With snow falling, the conditions were perfect to look for signs of river otters. On a branch off of Grindstone on route EE, I noticed the tell tale slide an otter had made as...
By Se Young Lee and Cheng Leng BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The United States and Japan evacuated their nationals from a quarantined city while British Airways suspended flights to mainland China as deaths from a fast-spreading new virus leapt to 132 and the first cases emerged in the...
Jan. 28, 2020, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement on the potential testimony of former National Security Advisor John Bolton: "Yesterday's presentation by the President's team proves conclusively that not only are the Articles...
It's probably been 20 years ago now, but I remember the only time I ever saw a prairie chicken in the wild in DeKalb County. It was late in the day during the firearms deer season. I was working an area in the northeast part of DeKalb County, just west of the Daviess County line. Just at sunset the...
Katie Adkinson from Hamilton, MO, has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Student for January. Katie is an A+ student pursuing a two-year degree in business management. After graduation from NCMC, Katie plans to enter into real estate or a career in the fitness field....
When temperatures drop below 30 degrees (Fahrenheit), farmers, ranchers and anyone working outside are at risk to incur frostbite, trench foot and/or chilblains. This is especially true when cold is combined with wind. Cold weather conditions are the most common cause of frostbite, although direct...
Senator Hoskins sponsored Warrensburg resident Adriatik Likcani for his appointment to the State Committee on Marital and Family Therapists.
Getting Down to Business The second week of the 2020 legislative session was jam-packed with activity. Committee meetings began in earnest, with back-to-back hearings every day. The Senate Agriculture Committee heard testimony on my Senate Bill 568, the “Missouri Made Fuels Act.” This legislation...
Representative Steve Helm
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State Representative Steve Helms wants to protect Missourians from telemarketers who try to mask their identities by using a phone number that is more recognizable or familiar. Helms filed HB 2175 to combat the growing problem of call spoofing, which is a fake number scam that...
Hypothermia is one of the serious conditions farmers and ranchers may encounter when working in cold temperatures. Recognizing its symptoms and how to respond can help save lives. A combination of these four environmental factors can easily lead to weather conditions conducive to hypothermia: *  ...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Attorney General’s Office received 111,530 consumer complaints in 2019. The Consumer Complaint Unit received 67,964 complaints and the No-Call Unit received 43,566 complaints.

 The Attorney General’s Office has dedicated staff to take complaints and work actively...

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