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Black mold can spread quickly in water-damaged buildings.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Missouri saw abundant rainfall in 2015. That’s often good news for crops but can be bad news for homes. Even if your home escaped serious flood damage, moisture seeping into your basement or condensing from humid air can create ideal sites for mold growth. “Mold is everywhere,” said...
The most interesting local buzz concerns Breckenridge Township rather than the city proper, and seems to have started when Buster McIntyre retired as grader man and all round fix-it guru at the beginning of the year. At the township meeting, the decision was made to post the opening and take...
Fuel surcharging as now practiced constitutes an unfair and deceptive act or practice and an unfair method of competition in violation of 49 U.S.C. §41712 February 22, 2016, WASHINGTON, DC – The Business Travel Coalition (BTC) today urged U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx to launch a...
The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work in the Northwest Missouri region planned for the week of Feb. 22 – 28 from the Missouri Department of Transportation. In addition to the work listed below, there may be pothole patching, brush cutting, guardrail repairs...
Beekeeper events coming up
Local beekeepers from Caldwell and surrounding counties have started a beekeepers club. So far the club has had four meetings, with 74 people at the first meeting that took place in September and around 60 people at each of the following meetings. Their next meeting is scheduled for next Monday,...
Log Creek Bridge south of Kingston
With spring approaching and bid openings on schedule for Feb. 19, the old deteriorating Log Creek Bridge south of Kingston on Highway 13 will soon be replaced. Tonya Lohman of the Missouri Department of Transportation said the commission will more than likely choose the lowest bid upon approval at...
Board of Aldermen of the City of Kidder met Feb. 11 for their monthly meeting. Present were Dave McEwen, Ray Garton and Christy Bratcher, along with Mayor Bauer and Code Enforcement Officer, Christy Eden Browder. Alderman Steve Grooms was absent. Under old business, the Kidder Board of Aldermen met...
The Hamilton Board of Aldermen began their February meeting by electing officers to the Hamilton Civic Progress Corporation. Those present were Aldermen Jim Sweiven, Travis Trosper and Fred Moss and Alderwoman Sherria Kavanaugh, along with Mayor Winford Gilliam, acting City Administrator, Allen...
New Executive Vice President/General Manager of GH Telephone
Green Hills Telephone Corporation is pleased to announce that David Adams has assumed the role of Executive Vice President/General Manager. David began working for Green Hills Telephone in May 2015 as Chief Operating Officer. “David has a track record of strong leadership and business acumen. His...
Becket Gas has new owner
“We are very impressed with the way this business has been run and we are especially pleased with the caliber of the staff.” High praise indeed from ThompsonGas Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer George Koloroutis. “Bill and Marsha’s employees demonstrate a passion for what they...

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