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Senator David Pearce
This week in the Missouri Capitol, I presented a new piece of legislation to the Senate Education Committee. Senate Bill 1119 deals with state loan forgiveness requirements for public employees. The bill addressing student loan forgiveness for public employees received support and no opposition...
JEFFERSON CITY — Counter to the wishes of the majority of union workers, Gov. Jay Nixon today vetoed House Bill 1891, legislation that would have barred public employee unions from automatically withholding money from employees’ paychecks to go to union-backed politicians.    A 2014 survey of union...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends of the 8th Legislative District.  I am excited to be back in the District this week.  I hope the weather is nice so I am able to go outside and get caught up on some chores and spend some time with the family.   Missouri House Enters Annual Spring Break with Impressive List of...
Signs of an early spring could be deceiving.
Source: Pat Guinan, 573-882-5908 COLUMBIA, Mo. – Missouri’s weather has a reputation for unpredictability, which gave rise to the saying, “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes and it will change.” That adage appears to be holding true this spring. The outlook from the National Weather...
Presidential Primary results in Caldwell County
39.02% of registered voters in Caldwell County cast votes in this Presidential Primary election for a total of 2,356 votes. In Caldwell County 23.99% of the total votes were from Democrats. 75.80% of votes came from Republicans. For the Democratic Party, Bernie Sanders won the most votes in our...
(ST. LOUIS, MO) March 8, 2016 -- As part of Sunshine Week 2016, the Missouri Sunshine Coalition is sponsoring a free panel discussion regarding how much access the public should have to footage from body cameras of law-enforcement officers. The public event, to begin at 7 p.m. March 17, will be in...
News from Block Grain Belt Express
Legislation has been proposed in both Missouri Houses that would eliminate the power of eminent domain from being granted to any privately funded, long distance, Direct Current transmission lines. One current example of such a proposal is Grain Belt Express, a controversial, massive, high voltage...
Pre-K students Tanner Woodard and Elizabeth Stemberger admiring their fruit tree.
Mirabile students and staff took time out from their usual school work on Tuesday, March 8, to celebrate the school’s 100th anniversary of education. It was a day of fun but also a day of learning. Students were divided according to what school house they would have attended 100 years ago and make...
The Board of Aldermen of the City of Hamilton met March 9th. All members of the board were present along with Mayor Winford Gilliam, City Attorney Robert Cowherd and Acting City Administrator, Allen Gentry. Members of the Lakeview Golf Club were present to find out what the city had decided about...
FFA Officers
Jacob Graham ( front row far right) is the son of John and Shauna Graham. Jacob was elected to the office of parliamentarian for the Area 2 FFA Association this upcoming school year. Jacob interviewed for the position in front of a panel of judges and was voted into the position by Area FFA...

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