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Two members of the Missouri General Assembly appeared before the Commission last Wednesday at its meeting in Jefferson City to plead on behalf of their constituents for improvements to bridges within their district.  Hurray for them.  The Commission can speak publicly about Missouri’s 600 critical...
Pictured are: Front Row: Paige Grant, Jessica Nobel, Lyndi Heldenbrand, Meredith Clevenger, Sydney Bottorff. Second Row: Julie Burdg, Margaret Gaunce, Ally Whitt, Bayley Pickering, Brianna Clayton, Lakota Johnson. Back Row: Mariah Blackburn, Mati Park, Tegan Bruce, Kassie Moore, Halee Orr, Kacie Carman, Shaylea East and Coach Renae Wattenbarger.
The Hamilton Hornet Cheerleaders have won the Regional Cheerleading competition under the direction of Coach Wattenbarger. They will compete at the State level this fall.  
The City of Kingston held their monthly board of aldermen meeting on Thursday. All members of council were present except for Alderman Bradley Campbell. Clerk Debby Fleming and David Bethel were present. Clerk Debby Fleming reminded council that they needed to set a date for the city’s tax rate...
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency announced that federal disaster aid has been made available to the State of Missouri to supplement state, tribal, and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line...
Little Miss and Mr Kidder with alternates
The Kidder Picnic began Thursday with the Little Miss and Mr. contest held that evening. Cassandra Carlton of Kidder was crowned Little Miss Kidder and Daniel Wilkinson of Greenwood, AR was crowned Little Mr. Kidder. Pictured are Little Miss Alternate, Brooklyn Morgan of Kidder, Brooklyn wants to...
Roadwork scheduled in Caldwell County
Roadwork Scheduled in Caldwell County Route 13 - From the Ray County line to Route HH (Daviess County); mowing, Aug. 3 - 4 U.S. Route 36 - From Route A to U.S. Route 65 (Livingston County); mowing, Aug. 3 - 5 Route BB - Pothole patching, Aug. 4 Route J - Pothole patching, Aug. 5 Route 116 - From...
Senator David Pearce
In the midst of a summer heatwave it is often hard to even think of going outdoors and getting some exercise. But that is just what many of us need to do. Being active helps a person maintain or achieve good health. An added bonus to heading outdoors is being able to soak up some of the beautiful...
Annual Christmas Tree Search
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is conducting its annual search for a large Christmas evergreen tree for use on the Governor’s Mansion lawn in Jefferson City. MDC is asking landowners, homeowners, businesses, and communities that may have possible candidate trees...
MDC is accepting applications through Aug. 17 for its next agent trainee class. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is accepting applications through Aug. 17 for its next class of conservation agent trainees. Selected candidates will undergo 26 weeks of intense...
Hunting seasons will approach quickly as summer wanes. Now is a good time to become hunter education certified through the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) training to be prepared for autumn hunts. Missouri’s Hunter Education Course is required for anyone born on or after Jan. 1, 1967, and...

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