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An interesting aspect of plant science is the study of plant growth requirements.  These experiments have often taken place within isolated growth chambers, where temperature, light, water, nutrients, and other environmental factors are carefully controlled.  These expensive chambers are...
Senators Denny Hoskins and Dan Hegeman met with economic development professionals to discuss progress on the Little Otter Creek Watershed Project. Seated at the table are, from left: Cary Sayre, Aaron Jones, Sen. Hoskins, Sen. Hegeman, Randall Railsback, and Terry Rumery (with back to camera).
We’ve had a busy week at the Missouri State Capitol. On Wednesday, Jan. 16, we met in a joint session with the House of Representatives to hear the governor’s legislative agenda and his budget proposals for the upcoming fiscal year. We also received committee assignments for the 100th General...
ST. LOUIS - NBC News and MSNBC today announced that former U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill has joined the networks as a political analyst. Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski made the announcement today during an exclusive one-on-one interview with McCaskill. “I’m looking forward to...
Captain James E. McDonald, commanding officer Troop H, St. Joseph, announces the results of a Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program SAFETE operation conducted in Buchanan County. Interstate 29, Interstate 229, U.S. Highway 59, and U.S. Highway 36 were the roadways targeted in this operation.  The...
For a growing number of patients, a trip to the dentist isn’t what it used to be – and that’s how they want it. Rather than just a routine “drill-and-fill” for a cavity, they may receive a head massage,  meditative advice and diet suggestions that would seem more befitting a gastroenterologist....
Due to the road conditions this week, the Caldwell County News may be delivered a day late. We appologize for any inconvenience.    
JEFFERSON CITY – Attorney General Eric Schmitt today issued a consumer alert warning both consumers and businesses about price gouging ahead of the winter storm that is expect to impact a large part of Missouri.   Due to winter storm Gia, forecasters are projecting that most of Missouri will be...
I was thrilled to meet with 9-year-old Izabella from Springfield, one of many children who would benefit from the passage of Senate Bill 45.
As lawmakers began the 2019 legislative session on Jan. 9, we took note that we were marking a milestone – the 100th time a new class of legislators had gathered since Missouri’s statehood in 1821. Mindful of the historic significance, the First Regular Session of the 100th General Assembly of the...
Representative Jim Neely
2019 Legislative Session Begins It was an exciting week here at the Capitol as many new faces walked through the doors. The members of the historic 100th General Assembly gathered in the State Capitol Wednesday for the opening of the 2019 legislative session. This session the Missouri House of...
Jefferson City, MO – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that a St. Louis County woman was ordered to repay more than $5,000 to the MO HealthNet program after pleading guilty to Medicaid fraud-related charges.  “Missourians have a rightful expectation that Medicaid dollars will be...

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