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Sweet autumn clematis.
Few flowering ornamentals are as exquisite as the “Queen of the Vines”—clematis. The majestic splendor of this vertical climber is hard to pass by in nurseries and greenhouses, said David Trinklein, University of Missouri Extension horticulturist. There are more than 300 species of this member of...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends! House Sends Bill to Governor to Allow Ridesharing Companies to Expand in Missouri (HB 130) The Missouri House gave final approval this week to legislation that will enact a statewide regulatory framework to allow transportation network companies to expand and create jobs across...
Senator Denny Hoskins
The Senate had a diverse legislative agenda for this week. As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, I spent much of Tuesday and Wednesday mornings and afternoons reviewing budgetary bills from the House of Representative and further understanding the financial needs of the state. My...
Herd owners should watch grass this spring to see if it meets livestock grazing needs.
In spring, lush green grass grows in pastures—except when odd weather hits. Herd owners should watch grass this spring to see if it meets livestock grazing needs. After a long spell of weather stress, pastures, especially of tall fescue, may set seed heads instead of leaves. Missouri pastures had...
The Missouri Public Service Commission has granted Summit Natural Gas of Missouri, Inc. (Summit) a certificate of convenience and necessity to construct, own, operate, maintain and manage a natural gas distribution system in Barry, Daviess, Laclede, Lawrence, Pettis, Stone, Taney and Webster...
Pursuant to Public Service Commission rule, Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri (Ameren Missouri) has filed its 2016 Renewable Energy Standard Compliance Report and 2017-2019 Renewable Energy Standard Compliance Plan with the Missouri Public Service Commission. The PSC Staff has been...
Healthy soils reduce production costs.
Since 1935 the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service has worked with farmers to voluntarily help them care for the soil that is the basis of all life on land. Spreading the word about soil health to farmers is a daily occurrence for NRCS employees, partners and volunteers. This year, NRCS...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (April 12, 2017) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has announced her office has started work on an audit of the city of Bethany, located in Harrison County. Residents of the northwest Missouri city requested the audit through the petition process. Auditor Galloway will also...
Best of Show and first place pen, ink and water color by Bailey Pickering, 12th Grade, Penney High School.
Best of Show and first place pen, ink and water color by Bailey Pickering, 12th Grade, Penney High School.
Easter Egg Hunt at Wallace State Park
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Missouri State Parks and enjoy a fun-filled afternoon at Wallace State Park near Cameron.  The event will take place from noon-3 p.m. on April 15 at the Enclosed Shelter in the park.    Throughout the afternoon, visitors can see displays featuring the Missouri...

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