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“In supporting the proposed Grain Belt Express, Governor Nixon has chosen to align himself with an out-of-state corporation at the expense of the individual property rights of Missouri farmers and other landowners.  Even though the Governor announced purported landowner protections, the fact...
Boy Scout Troop 1836 of Hamilton assisted Daniel Adams in clearing the Sloan Cemetery in April. Pictured are: front row: Brandon Barton, Jacob Dawson, Scout Master John Dawson, Joseph Christensen. Back row: Blake Galbraith, Paxton Henderson, Jared Dawson, Cole Aitchison, Liam Galbraith, Spencer Galbraith, Josiah Aitchison, Billy Barton and Daniel Adams.
April and May were busy months for Daniel Adams and Mark Lusk, two Scouts of Hamilton Troop 1836 who headed projects to clear and map gravestones in the old Sloan Cemetery in Rockford Township. Abandoned for decades, the Sloan Cemetery may not be known to some who live nearby. It sits off State Hwy...
Repticon offers great family entertainment
Kansas City MO - July 16 & 17, 2016 - Repticon, a nationwide promoter of reptile and exotic animal expos, brings its unique blend of vendors, breeders, and educators back to Kansas City for a family-oriented, fun-filled event. The expo brings thousands of reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates,...
Representative Jim Neely
Celebrating Our Independence This holiday weekend, as you are enjoying the company of family and friends against the backdrop of dazzling firework displays, I hope you will pause to remember the true significance of Independence Day. We are a nation and a people with innumerable blessings and...
Senator Pearce
As a Missouri state senator representing Caldwell, Carroll, Howard, Johnson, Lafayette, Ray, Saline and Livingston counties, I see year after year how full this time of year becomes with our many county fair events. I love traveling across our part of the state, watching our 4-H and FFA members...
Stith Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services has graciously invested back into the community in order to promote the saving of lives. Owner Kyle Stith recognized a very unique opportunity to assist our local first responders through an ingenious marketing initiative that could help save lives...
The Little Otter Creek Watershed will receive $2 million in funding toward the completion of a 362-acre lake in Caldwell County, as well as for environmental mitigation efforts in the area. The new improvements will offer a more dependable water supply and better flood control to the region, as...
At the June board of aldermen meeting of the City of Kidder, Clerk Richard Evans presented to the board a letter from Christy Eden-Browder stating that she was resigning due to personal reasons. Clerk Evans said the city needed to get someone quickly to take the job of code enforcement, as there...
An informal 'get out the people' campaign was recently held here in The Ridge for the purpose of getting more attendees at the monthly BOA meeting held June 20th. Not everyone received the personal invitation, but still, a few more people than usual did show up including the city's lawyer A. Gibson...
Browning of grass in dry weather is normal.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Lawns around the Show-Me State are starting to turn brown. But that’s a normal, and temporary, response to hot, dry weather. People too often see brown areas in their lawn and automatically think “disease,” says Brad Fresenburg, turf specialist for University of Missouri Extension....

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