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Nixon Shaken As Pro-Abortion Agenda Exposed by Radio Ad

Jay Nixon is shaken and running for cover after his pro-abortion positions were exposed by The Associated Press in response to a Missouri Republican Party radio commercial contrasting Gov.…

Missouri 4-H Foundation receives $2,500 grant from Pioneer Hi-Bred

The Missouri 4-H Foundation is pleased to announce that Pioneer Hi-Bred, a DuPont business, donated $2,500 to the Missouri 4-H Community Service grant program. Missouri 4-H is the youth volunteer…

MISSOURI VETERANS COMMISSION UNVEILS NEW WEBSITE

The Missouri Veterans Commission recently unveiled its revised website. The new website www.mvc.dps.mo.gov , with its easy to use interface, provides Veterans, employees and the general public information on benefits,…

MISSOURI’S Babies Among Those Screened

JULY 11, 2007 Nearly 90 percent of all babies born in the United States more than double the percentage in 2005 live in states that require screening for at least…

Masons Reseal 1917 Cornerstone With Time Capsule

Masons Reseal 1917 Cornerstone With Time Capsule

In America, for nearly 300 years Masons have laid cornerstones and celebrated the construction of new public buildings that are in turn dedicated to the principles of Masonic value. For…

Exchange Bank Now Offers Online Banking

Want to pay your bills at midnight, without the hassle and expense of postage stamps?  How about check your balance or transfer money when you are out of town? …

Clark County Sheriffs Report

The Clark County Sheriff's Office reports . . .…

Senior Salute Splits

Senior Salute Splits

   Illinois took advantage of porous Missouri defense, scoring single tallies in the fifth and sixth innings of the Fourth Annual Illinois vs. Missouri KHQA Senior Softball Salute, held…

Ewing FBC Travels to Mexico on Mission

Ewing First Baptist Church recently sent a mission team to Lerdo, Mexico. Randy Rayl organized the 25-member team and worked with Ed and Starlene Williamson (missionaries in Mexico for 31…

KCR-1 Schools Awarded Suicide Prevention Grant

Knox County R-1 Schools recently received a $2,599.00 suicide prevention grant from the Missouri Department of Mental Health's Youth Suicide Prevention Project.…

VFA Fire Department Matching Grant Program

During July and August, matching funds grant checks for rural fire departments are being distributed by Missouri Department of Conservation Forestry Division staff. One hundred ninety-eight fire departments will…