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Time to Sign Up for Part D

Time to Sign Up for Part D By Robert Goldberg From now until Dec. 31, Medicare Part D is offering an “open-enrollment” period, meaning that seniors can change their prescription…

Fine Arts Visit Day and Auditions Offered December 6

Fine Arts Visit Day and Auditions Offered December 6 CANTON, Mo. – Culver-Stockton College will host a visit day Saturday, December 6, for students interested in Fine Arts majors or…

Missouri Statewide Election Results

  All ResultsUnofficial Election ReturnsState of Missouri General Election – 2008 General Election Tuesday, November 04, 2008 Office Candidate Name Votes % Of Votes U.S. President And Vice President Precincts…

Iowa and Missouri Agree: Farmers Can Haul Across Border Without Commercial Drivers License

Important News For Some Area Farmers

Have A Safe Halloween!

Have A Safe Halloween! Halloween can be fun for everyone, with parties, costumes, decorations, and treats. The Missouri State Highway Patrol urges everyone to keep safety in mind as they…

Work Scheduled for Route 61 in Lewis County

Work Scheduled for Route 61 in Lewis County Beginning Monday, October 27, traffic will be reduced to one lane while MoDOT crews work on a slide near northbound Route 61.…

Social Security Announces 5.8 Percent Benefit Increase for 2009

 Social Security Announces 5.8 Percent Benefit Increase for 2009 Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits for more than 55 million Americans will increase 5.8 percent in 2009, the…

Will Farmers be Forced to Turn Their Backs on Technology?

 Will Farmers be Forced to Turn Their Backs on Technology? By Blake Hurst Monsanto has promised a doubling of national corn yields in the next 20 years. New drought resistant,…

Asian ladybugs can be beneficial predator on other insects

 Asian ladybugs can be beneficial predator on other insects  COLUMBIA, Mo. – Asian lady beetles, or ladybugs, may seem like a nuisance as they seek warmth in your home, but…

Plan ahead to dodge ‘John Deere lows’ and get better crop prices

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Missouri’s Fall Foliage Inspires Travelers to Hit the Road

 JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Oct. 7, 2008 — As the days grow short and the nights cool, nature is resplendent with shades of crimson, gold and orange. Missouri’s scenic highways and…