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McCaskill Announces Weekly Constituent Coffees

U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill announced today that she will begin hosting weekly constituent coffees on Thursdays for Missourians visiting the Washington, D.C. area…

McCaskill Announces Funding To Improve Missouri Highways

U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill announced today that the Federal Highway Administration has awarded a $1 million grant to the Missouri Department of Transportation for road improvements on the I-29/I-35…

Terrorist Ideology Hearing Highlights U.S. Short-Comings in Winning War of Ideas

Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. Senator Kit Bond, stressed the importance of today’s open hearing on terrorist ideology, which highlighted the need for the United…

MU Researchers to Study the Status of Black Bears in Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia are studying the status of black bears in Missouri. Black bears were abundant in the state during…

Democrats less plagued by border in presidential race

As President Bush heads to Congress today to try to revive the compromise immigration bill, immigration seems to rival the war in Iraq as a top issue in the contest…

SENS. BOND & LEVIN TOUT EFFORTS TO COMBAT GAS PRICES & WORLD’S FIRST FULL ELECTRIC HYBRID CAR

U.S. Senators Kit Bond (R-MO) and Carl Levin (D-MI) today joined Ford Motor Company to tout the importance of American home-grown alternatives to gasoline and the Ford Escape E85, the…

National borders erased for airlines in new plan

A new plan being discussed among officials from the United States,

Mexico and Canada essentially would erase national borders in North

America for air carriers, perhaps giving Aeromexico a pass to run…

City Of Kahoka Awarded $134,800 CDBG Demolition Block Grant

Fifteen residential and two commercial buildings in Kahoka will be demolished in the coming months, thanks to a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $134,800.  Mayor Herb Butler…

Sheriff’s Department Makes Drug Arrests

On 06-07-2007, the Clark County Sheriff's Office, along with the NOMO (North Missouri Drug Task Force, ATF (Alcohol Tobacco, and Firearms), Missouri State Highway Patrol,  Missouri State Highway Patrol DDCC…

Dispute Leads To Hurdland City Resignations

A conflict between Hurdland residents at the City Council meeting of Tuesday evening, June 5, resulted in the resignations of West Ward Alderman Kenneth Baker and City Clerk Linda Baker…

Luminary Sales Mark Surpassed at 2007 Knox Co. Relay for Life

Luminary Sales Mark Surpassed at 2007 Knox Co. Relay for Life

Entertainers performed while area families celebrated victories over cancer, and honored those taken by the dread disease at the 2007 American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Knox County.…