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The small savings offered to municipalities cannot overcome the tremendous burden to Missouri landowners that would come with the Grain Belt Express, says Block Grain Belt Express-Missouri, in the wake of last week’s evidentiary hearing before the Missouri Public Service Commission. “A majority of...
"The last time I looked, aiding and abetting a criminal in the commission of a crime is, itself, a crime and the perpetrator is usually charged, arrested and held.  So, why are Mayors DeBlasio of New York City, Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles and their colleagues in so-called sanctuary cities across...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends of the 8th Legislative District!  House Advances Legislation to Allow Missourians to Obtain REAL ID-Compliant Photo Identification (HB 151) Legislation that would give Missourians the option to obtain photo identification that complies with the federal REAL ID Act is now on its...
Senator Denny Hoskins
Compassion and generosity are not rare qualities of the people of Missouri. On the contrary, we embrace and humbly display them. In recent weeks, we have seen enormous efforts to help our friends and families in the Sunflower State. As you may know, grass fires have sullied the lands of Kansas....
Washington, D.C.:  Yesterday the Senate passed House Joint Resolution 43, which repeals a Title X rule from the Obama Administration that removed the ability of states to withhold funds from abortion clinics such as Planned Parenthood. The House passed this resolution on February 16, 2017. It...
Work Zones are No Phone Zones
As winter turns to spring, the Missouri Department of Transportation is asking drivers to turn off their phones for workers in work zones. Motorists will see more construction and maintenance work zones on the 5,625 miles of state roads and bridges across northwest Missouri in the coming weeks. To...
Over 240 people arrived at the Breckenridge School on Friday, March 31, 2017, for the 65th Annual Meeting of the Telephone Cooperative. Green Hills Telephone began providing telephone service in and around Breckenridge in the early 50’s; since then it has grown to offer Local & Long Distance...
Governor Greitens signs House Bill 662
Joined by farmers and ranchers in Southeast Missouri, Governor Greitens held a signing of House Bill 662. The bill protects farmers and ranchers by increasing penalties for the off-label use of herbicides. Governor Greitens said, “This is an important issue, both for the southeast region and for...
Disaster can strike anywhere.
"She's out shooting cows." I'm listening to Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts, who is not known for public displays of emotion, but his voice chokes a little as he tells us about a conversation with a Kansas friend. His friend's wife was absent because she was at home doing what is hard, but what is also an...
Brassicas include cabbage, as well as cauliflower, broccoli, kale, turnips and collards.
Plant brassicas now so they mature before summer’s heat arrives, said University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. They are “nutritional powerhouses” that thrive in cool weather. Members of the mustard family, brassicas are easy to grow and can be planted again in early fall,...

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