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Two millionaires compete for marijuana industry.
A spokesman for Busch IV claims the megamillionaire has no commercial or economic interest in the issue. Contrary to that claim, Busch IV is a founder and former board member of BeLeaf, one of two Missouri companies currently licensed to grow cannabis. Further, Busch's son, Adolphus Busch V, is ...
Local preschoolers learn dance moves.
Hamilton preschoolers and kindergarten students met at the Methodist Church Family Life Center last Friday to enjoy the opportunity to watch professional dancers Amanda January and Krystal Bryan perform, then dance themselves. Using animated choreography to depict scenes such as "The Zoo is Open...
This puppy is looking for a home.
This beautiful, brindle and white female puppy is looking for a loving forever home. She's cuddly, well socialized and gets along with cats, people and other dogs. This pup is one of a litter, all of whom are available for adoption. For more information or to schedule a meet-and-greet, call Debb...
The Hamilton Board of Education met Sept. 20 for their regular session. Those present were Dayrel Adkison, Jerry Cook, Jessica Green, Marcy Swindler, Will Railsback, Jared McGinley and Jaclyn Ford. Superintendent Troy Ford presided over the meeting. The MSBA Report focused on the make up of the...
143 million people could be affected by a recent data breach.
Equifax said Thursday that 143 million people could be affected by a recent data breach in which cybercriminals stole information including names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and the numbers of some driver's licenses. Additionally, credit card numbers for about 209,000 people...
RICL will not have public utility status.
In a unanimous 7-0 Opinion handed down on September 21, the Illinois Supreme Court affirmed the Third District Court of Appeals determination that Rock Island Clean Line (RICL) is not a public utility. On August 10, 2016, the Illinois Third District Court of Appeals, also unanimously, had reversed...
Bradford pear. Photo by Leslie J. Mehrhoff, University of Connecticut, Bugwood.org
Bradford pear and its cousins may spread more than springtime beauty as these popular ornamental trees escape and become pests. University of Missouri plant scientist Reid Smeda and graduate student Matt Terry study the movement of Bradford and other types of Callery pear from rural areas to the...
Please vote no on proposal number seven.
Memphis, TN/Washington, DC - At today's annual meeting of FedEx Corporation investors, the National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project (FEP) helped defeat a liberal, anti-free speech shareholder resolution put forward by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and...
MoDot assist in Florida cleanup.
JEFFERSON CITY – The 58 Missouri Department of Transportation employees and 18 Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ State Parks employees have returned home from Florida after more than a week’s worth of helping clear roads and parks in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. The MoDOT employees from...
Tree showing signs of drought or water stress.
One of the major causes of tree failure is root damage. When a tree's root system has been extensively damaged, the whole tree can fall to the ground – or onto your house. "Most homeowners will look at a tree's branches, or canopy, and determine if the trees look healthy or if there is a visible...

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