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NY Post - JUNE 18, 2019 “It was something that came way out of left field.” More information is coming out about tourists who have mysteriously died in the Dominican Republic, including a New Jersey resident who suddenly fell ill last week — and an Arizona man who had “something green” foaming from...
Last week we talked about this being the time of year that fawns are being born. When you come into the world at around five pounds, are deposited in a thick patch of brush, and you have yet to learn to walk or run, there are things out there that will readily eat you. Black bears in the northern...
Gov. Parson this week signed into law a balanced state budget that contains record funding for elementary and secondary education. Without issuing any line item vetoes, the governor signed the 13 appropriations bills that make up the $29.7 billion spending plan that provides funding to the state’s...
On this Father’s Day, we ask you to join us in a quick prayer to honor dads, husbands, sons and all the men in our lives. Let’s praise God for placing these honorable, kind, gentle souls in our paths for His loving light to shine through, providing us with a beautiful example of what it means to...
Are you in need of dental care? Struggling to smile? Lacking the coverage you need to see a dentist? You’re invited to the 2019 Missouri Mission of Mercy—also known as MOMOM. The event meets a significant need by providing free cleanings, fillings and extractions to patients age 5 and older who...
Source: David Trinklein, 573-882-9631 COLUMBIA, Mo. – According to Greek mythology, a golden-winged goddess named Iris traveled on a rainbow to bring messages from gods to mortals. Legend has it that colorful flowers sprung up at the end of the rainbow wherever she stepped. “Today, the flower named...
Kate Dougherty attempted to drive her shiny white SUV across a road flooded by the swollen waters of the Fabius River in northeast Missouri. In a self-shot Facebook video, she calls the experience a combination of mortification and embarrassment. Though she survived, Dougherty realized she had put...
Kate Dougherty attempted to drive her shiny white SUV across a road flooded by the swollen waters of the Fabius River in northeast Missouri. In a self-shot Facebook video, she calls the experience a combination of mortification and embarrassment. Though she survived, Dougherty realized she had put...
Natural mortality, hunting, fences, cars and predation have whittled away at the herd for 12 months, but in late May, the cycle starts over when the new years crop of fawns are born. Most whitetail does are bred in November, some earlier and some later, the end result is a peak of the fawn drop is...
Governor Mike Parson signed nine bills into law. SB 179 – Financial Institutions: Reduces duplicative reports and filings required of Missouri financial institutions and streamlines processes for state regulators. HB 182 – Interest Rates Paid by Insurers: Clarifies that insurance companies who...

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