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Today, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced it signed a lease for permanent office space at 805 Pennsylvania Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri, to serve as the new site for its Economic Research Service (ERS) and National Institute of Food and Agriculture Policy (NIFA)...
WASHINGTON, DC, Nov 1 -- Young seniors in the early stages of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, are a step closer to much needed support programs available under the Older Americans Act [OAA] with the passage in the House of Representatives earlier this week of the OAA Reauthorization,...
JEFFERSON CITY – Each year, millions of children and adults alike celebrate Halloween, a holiday known for its sweet treats and spooky parties. Don’t drive scary. Commit to sober driving Halloween night, and every night. To keep our roadways safe, Missouri law enforcement will be on the lookout for...
A couple of years ago, my daughter was trying to decide weather to send our oldest granddaughter to preschool or to do the instructing at home (she's a teacher by profession). She asked if I could do a few “nature days” where I would take Blythe for hikes, boat rides, etc. and learn something while...
Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces a new traffic safety program for teenage and adult drivers entitled, “If I Could Just Go Back." Public information officers at each troop headquarters are available to schools, civic organizations, and churches to...
Larry Whitham gave a demonstration of how fields were plowed in the old days. The trio, owned by Valarie Engelken, are Norwegian Fjords. The plow used is an International Rock Plow. Whitham and Engelken came from the Agency area to attend the event. Plowing after the rain on Saturday was described as “sticky, nasty and balling up.”
The Fall Festival was held Friday and Saturday at the Northwest Missouri Steam and Gas Engine showgrounds. Friday was a good day but rain Saturday put a bit of a damper on the activities. Overall it was another success and many people enjoyed getting out and making their rounds to see the various...
RALEIGH – Emerald ash borer (EAB) was found in Caldwell County for the first time this summer. The tree-killing insect has now been detected in 55 counties within the state. The EAB was found just north of Lenoir through the NCDA&CS’ Beneficial Insect Lab’s Biosurveillance Program. EAB is a...
Pictured is Representative Jim Neely speaking to Mrs. Moran’s third grade class at Clinton R-III Elementary on how a bill becomes a law.
Greetings Friends of the 8th Legislative District! I recently had the pleasure to visit Clinton County R-III Elementary School.  I visited with the third graders and spoke about how a bill becomes a law. In particular, Mrs. Moran’s third grade class wrote a letter sharing their ideas on what they...
The Missouri State Highway Patrol recognizes the importance of bus safety and inspects every school bus in the state each year. We want children to arrive at school safely. Students can do their part by being good riders. October 21-25, 2019 is National School Bus Safety Week! Parents, please take...
Greetings Friends of the 8th Legislative District! Colder temperatures are upon us and it is finally starting to feel like fall.  I have enjoyed these cooler temperatures as I have been very busy visiting the district.  This week I was in Richmond at Ideal Industries Incorporated sitting in on a...

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