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Poem  reading at Won by One
 Sign up to read a poem on Friday, June 16 at Won by One. Choose a poem by your favorite poet or an original poem you have written. Time slots are available from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. - 10 minute intervals. Sign up at the Hamilton Public Library or call Debby Ford at 465-0613.
On Monday, May 22, 2017, Cameron Regional sponsored its 1st Annual Stroke Reunion for patients who had been seen in the Medical Center’s Emergency Room over the past year subsequent to suffering a stroke. Family members and care­givers were invited as well, with approximately 20 people in attend­...
Today, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of Missouri to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding from April 28 to May...
Eric and Pathoumma Meusch grow produce, meat and eggs on their Rolla, Mo., farm. Photo by Linda Geist
ROLLA, Mo. – Eric and Pathoumma Meusch had a hard time finding good-quality, locally grown foods when they moved from Asia to Eric’s hometown of Rolla. They grew their own food and soon received requests from friends and neighbors to buy food. They opened Meusch Farms in 2010. They shared their...
Charles Fletcher of Edgewood Dairy and Creamery tells his granddaughter about the value of good grazing forage. Photo courtesy of Edgewood Dairy
PURDY, Mo. – Twenty years ago, Charles Fletcher of Edgewood Dairy and Creamery attended a University of Missouri Extension grazing school. It would change the future of the family dairy operation. Fletcher’s father started the dairy farm in 1966. His father milked cows by hand 365 days a year,...
Avoid direct exposure of meat to an open flame.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. – With summer approaching, people are going outside and firing up their grills. Grilling meat over open flame can produce tasty meals. But it can also produce harmful chemicals, especially if the temperature is above 300 degrees Fahrenheit. These chemicals are known as...
Caldwell County Health Department is offering free screenings for CBC and Basic Metabolic Panel. The blood draws will be Friday, June 23, 2017 from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Call 816-586-2311 to schedule an appointment. The health department is partnering with Caldwell County Ambulance for this event.
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends!   Lawmakers Move Quickly to Give Final Approval to Jobs Bill (HB 1) Lawmakers concluded their business in quick and efficient fashion last week as the House and Senate worked to get a jobs bill across the legislative finish line in a matter of days. Called back for an...
Halestorm with Skylar Grey, August 11
Halestorm with opener Skylar Grey to perform at the 2017 Missouri State Fair Halestorm with Skylar Grey on the Pepsi Grandstand Stage 7:30 p.m., Friday, Aug 11 $50 premium track $40 regular track $35 premium grandstand $30 regular track Tickets on Sale Starting June 20 Southern Uprising Tour to...
Even when Audrain County Advanced Master Gardener Sally Maxwell suffered severe osteoporosis, she found a way to be in the greenhouse daily. Photo courtesy of Tom Maxwell
MEXICO, Mo. – A national tomato growers supply company honors a Missouri Advanced Master Gardener this spring by selling tomato seeds she saved for decades. On the cover of its 2017 catalog, the Tomato Growers Supply Co. features “Mrs. Maxwell’s Big Italian,” an heirloom beefsteak tomato prized for...

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