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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…

Changes to Missouri’s Minimum Wage Law Confirmed

 Changes to Missouri’s Minimum Wage Law Confirmed Effective January 1, 2009, Minimum Hourly Wage Increases from $6.65 to $7.05 per Hour JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Effective January 1, 2009, Missourians…

Changes to Missouri’s Minimum Wage Law Confirmed

 Changes to Missouri’s Minimum Wage Law Confirmed Effective January 1, 2009, Minimum Hourly Wage Increases from $6.65 to $7.05 per Hour JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Effective January 1, 2009, Missourians…

A New Way of Conducting State Business

Governor’s Column By Governor Matt Blunt A New Way of Conducting State Business When I ran for governor I promised we would identify savings for taxpayers across state government. One…

Missouri National Guard sends second agriculture team to Afghanistan

 Missouri National Guard sends second agriculture team to Afghanistan The Missouri National Guard is sending its second Agri-Business Development Team (ADT) to support efforts in Afghanistan. This team is comprised…

Blessing Cancer Center presents the 6th Annual Community Breast Cancer Awareness Day

 Blessing Cancer Center presents the 6th Annual Community Breast Cancer Awareness Day The Blessing Hospital Cancer Center is proud to announce its 6th Annual Community Breast Cancer Awareness Day, to…

From worms to llamas: MU Alternatives Center helps producers find niche markets

 From worms to llamas: MU Alternatives Center helps producers find niche markets COLUMBIA, Mo.—If you want to raise anything from worms to llamas, Debi Kelly can point you in the…

Resistant marestail, waterhemp require producers to adopt new control strategies, says MU Extension agronomist

  Resistant marestail, waterhemp require producers to adopt new control strategies, says MU Extension agronomist CORNING, Mo. – The crop pests marestail and waterhemp are difficult to control. Both are prolific…

Farm Bureau Files Circuit Court CAFO Motion

Farm Bureau Files Circuit Court CAFO Motion Today, Missouri Farm Bureau Federation filed a motion to intervene and a proposed motion for reconsideration of a Cole County Circuit Court ruling…

MORE THAN $8 MILLION IN MISSOURI FLOOD AID APPROVED

 MORE THAN $8 MILLION IN MISSOURI FLOOD AID APPROVED JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.— More than $8 million in disaster aid has been approved in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants and…