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The Missouri Republican Party released the following statement regarding the decision by the Missouri Supreme Court not to hear the case against Clean Missouri:  "We're disappointed with the decision of the Missouri Supreme Court not to hear the case against Clean Missouri, but the fight is far...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings, friends of the 8th Legislative District! I’m more than ready for autumn, as I’m sure you are! It’s been a long, dry summer. Looking forward to cooler days ahead! Extraordinary Session Concludes with Passage of Bills to Develop Missouri’s Workforce (HB 3) and Help Missourians Battling...
Source: Scott Brown, 573-882-3861; Eric Bailey, 573-884-7873 SPICKARD, Mo. – The Thompson Farm calving barn became a classroom for the University of Missouri. The teachers were MU graduate students and their mentors. Their listeners were beef farmers on Sept. 17. In his field day greeting, Chris...
Many people showed up wearing their rain gear and toting their umbrellas for Kingston’s celebration. Photo by Eileen Gregory
Kingston celebrated their 175th anniversary on Sept. 8. Despite a rainy and cool day, a large group of around 200 people showed up to help the town celebrate. The courthouse was open and displayed items and Civil War pictures from the past, along with photos of the town’s 50th anniversary.  The...
Missouri Representative Sam Graves
Washington, DC –  Today, U.S. Rep. Sam Graves, (MO06), helped pass the Water Resources Development Act of 2018 (WRDA) which was included as part of S. 3021, America’s Water Infrastructure Act. Graves made the following statement after passage of the bipartisan bill: "America's water infrastructure...
The Migratory Generation One of the great events in nature is underway now. You may have noticed here and there a monarch butterfly winging its way south for the winter. This is the fourth and final generation to be produced this summer, and they are headed south. The Monarch butterflies that...
Chassity Nevels, School Resource Office with the Richmond Police Department, pictured with Sen. Denny Hoskins for her appointment to the Child Abuse and Neglect Review Board.
Updates from the floor of the Missouri Senate Last week, the Missouri General Assembly gathered in Jefferson City for the annual veto session to discuss legislation vetoed by the governor. In order to address two of the vetoed bills, the governor called the Missouri General Assembly into an...
By Robert Romano How many people died in Puerto Rico in Hurricanes Maria and Irma? In a report delivered to Congress in early August, the official fatality count from the government of Puerto Rico had been 1,427, made public for comment in early July almost 9 months after the storms, which was up...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings, friends of the 8th Legislative District! House Approves Legislation to Improve Access to Treatment Courts (HB 2) Following their work in the annual Veto Session, lawmakers shifted their focus to the Extraordinary Session called by the governor to address two pieces of legislation he...
In this Dec. 19, 2014, photo, a worker digs in a fermentation bed at an organic pig farm in Handan in northern China's Hebei province. China, the world's largest producer of pork, is battling an African swine fever outbreak that could potentially devastate herds. Authorities say the disease, which is fatal only to pigs and wild boar, has been detected in multiple locations across the vast country. Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-08-china-african-swine-fever-outbreak.html#jCp
COLUMBIA, Mo. – U.S. pork producers should be aware of an emerging swine disease, says University of Missouri Extension veterinarian Corinne Bromfield. Chinese pork producers reported the 13th outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) Sept. 6. It has appeared since August in several locations in China...

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