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Aug. 24, 2020, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement in support of the development of Pebble Mine in Alaska following an Aug. 20 letter by the Army Corps of Engineers requesting mitigation by Pebble Mine Partnership: “The U.S. Army...
Water is the only fluid that can help us stay hydrated. Since more than half our body weight is made up of water, drinking enough water every day is the only way to maintain a healthy level of nutrition. “Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to take a drink,” Beth Nacke, Assistant Extension Educator,...
Statewide campaign reminds motorists never to drive impaired. JEFFERSON CITY – Choosing to drive impaired, or ride with someone who is, is not worth the risk and the consequences are real. The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety wants to inform motorists that this year’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled...
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19, 2020 – The Trump Administration today announced that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing nearly $3 million to provide broadband service in unserved and underserved rural areas in Missouri. This investment is part of the $100 million in grant funding...
Flattened corn in Churdan, Iowa. (Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship)
Money doesn’t grow on trees, but for farmers, what they grow does make them money — unless it's destroyed by a rare derecho.  Almost a month away from the beginning of harvest, corn crops in Iowa were significantly damaged and in many cases destroyed in the wake of a massive derecho that tore a...
Hardware store in the 80's
I know everyone is busy taking care of family and friends right now, but just for a moment, let’s stop to ruminate about the Alspaugh & Cowley Hardware building that used to stand at the corner of MO 13 and MO 116. Since 1897 it stood there staring at all that came through Polo, but it finally...
MoDOT's BUPD campaign is being recognized nationally for its success in saving lives on Missouri highways, with other states joining the cause and adopting the safety program as their own. The National Association of Development Organizations gave the Buckle Up Phone Down endeavor an Excellence in...
The Caldwell County Ambulance District will conduct a Public Hearing at the Caldwell County Ambulance station on Aug. 25, 2020, for the purpose of setting the Property Tax Rates for 2021. The Rates shall be set to produce the revenues for the year 2021.   The rate is determined by computation on...
After nearly 12 hours of debate, the Senate has approved a package of legislation intended to address the alarming rise of violent crime in Missouri’s largest cities. The General Assembly returned to Jefferson City on July 27 for an extra legislative session called by the governor. Late Thursday...
Most of us have seen these guys from time to time sunning on a rock, concrete or brick surface on the south side of our house or garage. Sometimes the sound of one running off into dry leaves is startling, but for the most part, they are harmless colorful insect eaters that live around our porches...

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