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Legislation Creates School Vouchers

 Legislation Creates School Vouchers JEFFERSON CITY – This week the Missouri Senate debated a bill that would essentially create a school voucher program for certain students. Senate Bill 993 creates…

A Great Investment

 A Great InvestmentBy Gary ForseePresident, University of Missouri System I recently completed a 35-year career in telecommunications that took me from the main streets of many Missouri communities to the…

GIVE BLOOD DURING NATIONAL DONATE LIFE MONTH

Enter your body text here. GIVE BLOOD DURING NATIONAL DONATE LIFE MONTH April, 2008 – This April is an opportune time to begin the lifesaving tradition of donating blood during…

BESSIE MARIE BEVILL

 Bessie Marie Bevill, age 77, of LaBelle, Missouri, formerly of Steffenville, MO, died Tuesday March 25, 2008 in the LaBelle Manor Care Center.

Field day dates set for MU Ag Experiment Station,12 events offer variety of local research results

 University of Missouri field days provide new research results for Missouri farmers. That long tradition will continue and new events will be added, said Marc Linit, associate dean for research…

BERNICE B. FRANK

BERNICE B. FRANK

Bernice B. Frank, 92, of Aledo, Illinois died Sunday, March 23, 2008 at Aledo Rehab & Health Care Center, Aledo.

KATHRYN D. SMITH

 Kathryn D. Smith, 82, died on Sunday, March 23, 2008 after a brief illness.

PAULA K. ALLEN

Paula Kay Allen, age 46 of Lilburn, Georgia formerly of Lone Tree, Iowa and Wyaconda, Missouri died at her residence on Thursday, March 20, 2008

NEOMA E. BAKER

NEOMA E. BAKER

 Neoma Eileen Clair Runquist Baker, age 74, of Knox City, Missouri, formerly of Mendon, Illinois, died Saturday, March 22, 2008 at the North Adams Home in Mendon, Illinois

BOND DISAPPOINTED ADMINISTRATION CHOOSES HABITAT EXPERIMENTATION OVER PEOPLE

 U.S. Senator Kit Bond today criticized the Administration for moving forward with the man-made spring rise – which is forcing additional water down the already flooded Missouri River

Senate Works to Better Protect Kids from Sex Offenders

 Sweeping Bill Adds Protections, Expands Sex Offender Registry, Increases Penalties for Sex Crimes, and Bans Sex Offenders from Halloween Festivities