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Missouri “crown jewel” for spring turkey hunting

 Many hunters consider Missouri the top state for spring turkey hunting, which this year begins April 12 with a two-day youth season, followed by the regular season, April 21 to…

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 Free Awareness Wristbands and Pins Available from Boys & Girls Town of Missouri

Callie C. Smith

Callie C. Smith

Callie C. Smith, 100, formerly of Rutledge, Missouri died March 28, 2008 in the Scotland County Care Center, Memphis, Missouri.

ELIZABETH F. SHUBERT

ELIZABETH F. SHUBERT

 Elizabeth Faye “Libby” Shubert, 68, of Edina, Missouri, died Wednesday, April 2, 2008, at the Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, Missouri

MARY MALINDA LILLARD

MARY MALINDA LILLARD

Mary Malinda Lillard, age 81, of Kahoka, MO, died Monday, March 31, 2008, in Keokuk Area Hospital, Keokuk, IA.

CLIO MORGAN WILSON

CLIO MORGAN WILSON

 Clio Myra Morgan Wilson, age 102, of Kahoka, MO, died peacefully on Monday, March 31, 2008, at the Clark Co. Nursing Home in Kahoka where she had been a resident…

DOROTHY L. MUELLER

 DOROTHY L. MUELLER Dorothy Louise Mueller, age 77, of Shelbyville, Missouri, died Tuesday, April 1, 2008, at her residence north of Bethel, Missouri.She was born in Lewis County, Missouri, on…

Short soybean seed supply increases need for good planting practices to avoid replanting

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Cool, wet soils can cause extra hazards to soybean seed being planted this spring. Caution should be taken at planting time to assure good stands, said a…

Missourians should take safety precautions if more record heavy rains fall across the state

 Missourians should take safety precautions if more record heavy rains fall across the state COLUMBIA, Mo. – Missourians should take safety precautions as additional heavy rains across the state may…

Selecting right pre-emergence herbicide important for managing athletic fields planted with bermudagrass

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Sports-turf managers need to be cautious when selecting and timing the application of pre-emergence herbicides on athletic fields with bermudagrass, said a University of Missouri turfgrass scientist.…

Knowing form and function key to horse judging; youth learn horse selection at MU 4-H clinic, March 15

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Distinguishing fat from muscle in a horse can be hard – but details like this are key to good horse judging, said instructors at the University of…