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Heavy rains have fallen across Missouri over the past week, causing flooding in many areas. Many Missourians have already seen historic flood levels in some areas of the state. Severe flooding continues to occur across the southern half of the state.  Officials encourage everyone to make good...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends of the 8th Legislative District! House and Senate Head to Conference on State Spending Plan With just one week left before the state operating budget must be approved by both chambers, the House and Senate have sent several of the appropriations bills to conference committees...
May is motorcycle awareness month.
Since 2012, the number of fatal motorcycle crashes has resulted in 475 deaths – 122 of those deaths occurred last year alone. Motorcyclists have already begun hitting the road this spring, and more will be out soon with beautiful May weather just around the corner.  The Missouri Coalition for...
Senator Denny Hoskins
As the only freshman legislator on the Senate Appropriations Committee, I want to say that it has been an honor to see the workings — the nuts and bolts — of the appropriations process in the Senate. Of course, during my time in the House I served on appropriations and budget committees, and that...
Horticulturists planted a hops yard at the MU Bradford Research Center in Columbia. The research will help the growing number of home beer brewers who want to grow their own hops. Photo by Linda Geist
Anyone interested in growing hops may attend a free field day at Bradford Research Center in Columbia. Visitors can take self-guided tours and attend presentations 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, May 23. The hops yard is at the entrance of the University of Missouri research farm at 4968 Rangeline Road, Columbia...
Congratulations to PK-1 students at Cowgill Elementary on winning the K-2 grade category and the grand prize for their entry, "Oscar will be your fan, if you keep it in the can!!"
Congratulations to teachers Miss Morgan and Ms. Farabee and their 16 PK-1 students in Cowgill Elementary on winning the K-2 grade category and the grand prize for their entry, “Oscar will be your fan, if you keep it in the can!!” The school will receive a check for $200 for the category win and $...
The Penney High School Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Twyla Finch, performed at the MSHSAA State Music Festival for Large Ensembles in Maryville on April 4. The choir performed two memorized songs for three judges, then performed a song by sight reading for another judge. All four judges gave...
Van Dunham and John Rupert, recipients of the Silver Beaver Award by the Pony Express Council.
Two area residents were awarded the Silver Beaver Award at the Pony Express Council Recognition Dinner of the Boy Scouts of America on April 1. The Silver Beaver Award is the council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. Upon nomination by their local Scout council and...
On March 17, 2017, the Little Honey Bees Preschool at Hamilton Elementary achieved recognition of excellence through Missouri Accreditation. This distinguishes it as an exemplary program offering high quality programming to the children of Missouri. The Missouri Accreditation of Programs for...
Monarch butterflies have returned early to Missouri and are laying eggs at an unprecedented rate, as evidenced by this emerging milkweed plant at the Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center in Kansas City, which is covered with 17 monarch eggs. Missourians for Monarchs is encouraging landowners not to mow roadsides and other areas that can serve as habitat for the butterflies. Photo courtesy of Amanda Gehin.
Tattered yet resilient monarch butterflies have returned to the Midwest early this spring, laying eggs as they migrate north from their overwintering grounds in Mexico. While the distinctive black and orange creatures are a welcome sight here in Missouri, the butterfly’s early appearance could mean...

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