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Schools across the country are opting to give teachers and students a day off on Fridays.
WASHINGTON, DC, June 29 – Schools across the country are opting to give teachers and students a day off on Fridays. It’s a way to save money, they say. According to the National Conference of State Legislators “approximately 560 districts in 25 states have one or more schools on a four-day schedule...
If someone has an idea and works hard enough they can achieve the American dream.
By Printus LeBlanc Wednesday, July 4th will mark the 242nd anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The bold death-defying act created the greatest country the world has ever known. Yes, the nation has made mistakes, just as every other nation on the planet has, but no nation...
Humans have cultivated horseradish for thousands of years.
Source: David Trinklein, 573-882-9631 COLUMBIA, Mo. – Some say that eating something spicy makes a hot summer day seem cooler. “If there is truth in that philosophy, then reaching for the horseradish sauce might be a novel way to stay cool this summer,” said University of Missouri Extension...
Commercial Motor Vehicle Awareness Campaign July 15
JEFFERSON CITY – Beginning July 15, a statewide awareness campaign will remind Missouri motorists to drive safely around commercial motor vehicles.  In turn, commercial motor vehicle drivers will be reminded to obey traffic laws, use their seat belts, slow down and pay attention.  Commercial motor...
JEFFERSON CITY---The Missouri Public Service Commission will hold a local public hearing in Liberty, Missouri on July 9, 2018 in electric rate cases filed by KCP&L-Greater Missouri Operations Company (GMO) and Kansas City Power & Light Company (KCP&L). The local public hearing schedule...
JEFFERSON CITY---Summit Natural Gas of Missouri, Inc. (Summit) has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking Commission authority and a certificate of convenience and necessity to construct, own, operate, maintain and manage a natural gas distribution system providing...
Taking preventative measures is vital if you want to save money and, more importantly, save your teeth and stay healthy.
Here’s a hard fact to chew on: Adults between the ages of 20 and 64 average losing about seven permanent teeth, according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR). Lost teeth are just one of the many costs that can be incurred by neglecting your oral health. Dental...
One lane will be closed while resurfacing.
MAYSVILLE, Mo. – A smoother ride is coming for those who travel Route W in DeKalb County. Herzog Contracting Corporation, working with the Missouri Department of Transportation, is scheduled to resurface Route W between Route A and Route D near Maysville. If the weather on their current project...
Missouri's frogging season is underway.
If paddling or wading in the dark along the shore of a pond or lake looking for large green frogs to grab or gig sounds like fun, you are in luck. Missouri's frogging season is underway. The hunting season for bullfrogs and green frogs began at sunset on June 30 and ends Oct. 31. Sportsmen can hunt...
Roses are in their summer glory at Chance Gardens in Centralia, Mo. It is open to the public during daylight hours 365 days a year. Photo by David Trinklein.
The treasured rose plant’s elegant flowers hold a special place in the hearts and minds of people everywhere, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. Roses’ beauty peaks in June at Missouri’s latitude, bringing mid-year gardening joy, he says. Cultivation of roses...

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