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Source: Randa Doty, 660-582-8101 ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Small acreages offer a variety of ways to generate income, ranging from raising fruits, vegetables, meat and poultry to enhancing your property for outdoor recreation or agritourism. A University of Missouri Extension conference, April 2 in St....
Time to test your smoke alarm.
Source: Sherry Nelson, 573-769-2177 PALMYRA, Mo. – Daylight saving time begins this weekend. When the time changes each spring and fall, change batteries in your smoke alarms and test them, suggests Sherry F. Nelson, human development specialist with University of Missouri Extension. Smoke alarms...
It's that time of year.
Spring’s varying temperatures and weather patterns are expected to bring thunderstorms this week. Thunderstorms can include heavy rains, thunder, lightning, tornadoes, straight-line winds, flash floods, and hail. They can form quickly, and ALL thunderstorms are dangerous. A typical thunderstorm is...
Mirabile C-1 School District History as compiled by Marilyn White Williams 1983 in the book entitled Mirabile Reminiscences 1848-1983. On March 8, 1916 five school districts in the Mirabile Community voted for consolidation. The districts affected were Mirabile, Plum Creek, Pleasant Valley (New...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends from the 8th! This week kept me especially busy, like every other week has. I was able to present a House Resolution to a very deserving Missouri State University student from Cameron.  As promised, I will try to keep you all updated with the happenings of the capitol.    House...
“It’s an extension to May 16,” said Andrew Zumwalt, assistant professor of personal finance for University of Missouri Extension. “The IRS and the government understand that suffering a flood can be a major catastrophe, so instead of piling on the stress of tax time, the IRS gives an extra month to...
On March 15, 2016, the Gallatin Driver Examination Station normally located in the Daviess County Courthouse, 102 North Main Street, Gallatin, Missouri, will be relocated to Daviess County Library, 306 West Grand Street, Gallatin, Missouri. Testing hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  The change is due...
Defending the Constitution
February 22, 2016 – Jefferson City, MO Unlike the U.S. Congress, the Missouri General Assembly (the state legislature) has some strict constitutional limits on the procedures by which it enacts laws. Two Missouri First members have been successfully defending these constitutional limits in Missouri...
Senator Roy Blunt
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) today joined more than 200 of his colleagues in the House and Senate in filing an amicus brief in the case of State of West Virginia, et al. v. Environmental Protection Agency, et al.The brief supports petitions filed by 27 states, including Missouri,...
Black mold can spread quickly in water-damaged buildings.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Missouri saw abundant rainfall in 2015. That’s often good news for crops but can be bad news for homes. Even if your home escaped serious flood damage, moisture seeping into your basement or condensing from humid air can create ideal sites for mold growth. “Mold is everywhere,” said...

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