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Kate Dougherty attempted to drive her shiny white SUV across a road flooded by the swollen waters of the Fabius River in northeast Missouri. In a self-shot Facebook video, she calls the experience a combination of mortification and embarrassment. Though she survived, Dougherty realized she had put...
Natural mortality, hunting, fences, cars and predation have whittled away at the herd for 12 months, but in late May, the cycle starts over when the new years crop of fawns are born. Most whitetail does are bred in November, some earlier and some later, the end result is a peak of the fawn drop is...
Governor Mike Parson signed nine bills into law. SB 179 – Financial Institutions: Reduces duplicative reports and filings required of Missouri financial institutions and streamlines processes for state regulators. HB 182 – Interest Rates Paid by Insurers: Clarifies that insurance companies who...
Gov. Parson recently signed legislation that is meant to protect the state’s number one industry. The bill, which was approved by the Missouri General Assembly during the 2019 regular session, will provide consistency in the way farm operations across the state are regulated. The legislation...
This photo illustration shows what Clean Line transmission projects would look like after construction.
JEFFERSON CITY---The Missouri Public Service Commission has unanimously approved a request filed by Invenergy Transmission LLC, and its parent company Invenergy Investment Company (Invenergy), and Grain Belt Express Clean Line, LLC (Grain Belt) and Grain Belt Express Holding LLC, which authorizes...
Corn Seedling with Pythium
Source: Greg Luce, 573-473-7079 COLUMBIA, Mo. – “It’s raining, it’s pouring, the old man is snoring” is a child’s chant that rings far too true for Missouri farmers today. Many Missouri field crops face fallout from flooding and excessive rain, says University of Missouri Extension corn and small...
(Eureka Springs, Arkansas) -- Proof of the macabre saga that began here in the late ‘30s was literally uncovered in February of this year during a formal archeological dig in the northeast corner of the 15 acres where the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa sits. Those exploring archeologists have also...
Help us honor the men and women who have served or are serving our amazing country. The Missouri State Fair announced today that nominations are being accepted for a new event honoring Missouri veterans and active duty military.  A new daily military flag retreat ceremony will honor one veteran or...
Looks can be deceiving, and such is the case sometimes with children’s teeth. They may appear straight and without the need for braces, but problems can be lurking that require orthodontic treatment after all. One issue may be with the bite. Orthodontists say it may not be readily evident to the...
The spring of 2019 will be remembered as one of the worst seasons of severe weather in Missouri history. As tornadoes ripped through isolated areas of the state, thousands of Missourians saw their homes, farms and business inundated with floods. The damage is especially widespread near the Missouri...

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