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Grain Belt proposed line is looking dim.
The Missouri Landowners Alliance and Block Grain Belt Express are optimistic that the Public Service Commission must again deny Grain Belt’s application, in the wake of a Missouri Supreme Court decision yesterday. The Court denied a petition to review an opinion of the Western District Court of...
The fourth annual Missouri Swine Health Symposium offers sessions on animal health, air filtration technology, disease and national issues affecting pork producers. The event is July 17 at the Pork Place on the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sedalia. Rob Kallenbach, University of Missouri assistant...
EPA fails to respond to a May 3 FOIA request.
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for records concerning the agency’s claim that the Clean Power Plan would prevent thousands of premature deaths by 2030 (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U...
Stella de Oro daylily
Few garden flowers give more and ask for less than daylily. In the quest for a “no maintenance” perennial, daylily is about as close as one can get, said University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. There are some who maintain that daylilies thrive on neglect, he added. With...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends! Celebrating America’s Independence As folks make plans to enjoy the four “F”s – family, friends, food and fireworks – this Independence Day, there is another “F” they must not allow to be forgotten in the flurry of festivities. That all important “F” stands for freedom, which is...
Those who attended the MFA Rail Facility Open House were able to watch a grain dumping demonstration. Semi trucks were able to unload their grain in a matter of minutes.
Open House at MFA's Rail Facility
by Cindy Fickess A two-day open house was held June 20 and 21 at MFA’s new rail facility. Those attending the open house heard from company officials, watched a grain dumping demonstration (see video), took a tour of the facility, and were treated to a delicious BBQ lunch prepared by Bill Englert...
 The only 100 percent survivable traffic crash is the one that never happens.
Colonel Sandra K. Karsten, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, is telling Missouri’s travelers it’s imperative they include safety in their plans for the upcoming July Fourth holiday. Many people will travel somewhere to enjoy the many recreational opportunities in our state. No...
Best of Show  "Windows to the Past" photograph by Keith Matthews
Caldwell County Arts 2017 Mixed Media Art Show Adult Division results are as follows: Best of Show: Keith Mathews "Window to the Past" Painting/Watercolor: 1st Place Linda Moore, 2nd Place Susie Cook, & 3rd Place Dusty Hibler Photography: 1st Place Keith Mathews, 2nd Place Lauren Dorton, &...
Historical decision made concerning travel.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton issued the following statement in response to today’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court concerning President Trump’s Executive Order that, among other anti-terrorist measures, temporarily restricts most travel from certain Middle East nations: Today, in a...

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