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State Transporation Commission To Meet In Canton

HANNIBAL – The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, a six-member bipartisan board that governs the Missouri Department of Transportation, will meet this week in MoDOT’s Northeast District for the first…

Area Youths Participate In REC CYCLE Program

Area Youths Participate In REC CYCLE Program

Area Youths Participate In REC CYCLE Program JEFFERSON CITY, MO — 76 high school juniors participated in the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience program. The…

Health Department Reminds Missourians of the “Gold Standard” for Infant Nutrition

Health Department Reminds Missourians of the “Gold Standard” for Infant Nutrition JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services want Missourians to take note of the “gold…

Advertising and Political Signs Illegal on MoDOT Right-Of-Way

 Advertising and Political Signs Illegal on MoDOT Right-Of-Way HANNIBAL-The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) would like to remind everyone that posting of any kind of sign (political, real estate, advertising…

Missouri Farm Bureau to Launch “Our Energy, Our Future” Petition Campaign at the State Fair

 Missouri Farm Bureau to Launch “Our Energy, Our Future” Petition Campaign at the State Fair Long before today’s fuel crisis and a renewed interest in our nation’s energy independence, Missouri…

Application Processing is Underway for Homestead Preservation Credit

 Application Processing is Underway for Homestead Preservation Credit JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Revenue (Department) is continuing to process applications for the Homestead Preservation Credit program that provides…

STOPPING THE SKIN CANCER EPIDEMIC STARTS WITH CHILDREN

 STOPPING THE SKIN CANCER EPIDEMIC STARTS WITH CHILDREN Teach Good Habits Early On New York, NY (July 28, 2008) – Children should be taught from an early age to be…

Fiddle Festival Returns To Downtown Branson

Fiddle Festival Returns To Downtown Branson Popular Branson Tradition Has Many New FeaturesBRANSON, MO ­ The 20th Annual Downtown Branson Fiddle Festival to be held on August 23, 2008 promises…

West Nile Virus Risk Now Sooner Than Later

 West Nile Virus Risk Now Sooner Than Later Though mosquitoes often become a nuisance in early summer, the breeds that are known to carry and spread West Nile virus (WNV)…

West Nile Virus Risk Now Sooner Than Later

 West Nile Virus Risk Now Sooner Than Later Though mosquitoes often become a nuisance in early summer, the breeds that are known to carry and spread West Nile virus (WNV)…

Celebrating five years of building hope and saving lives

 Celebrating five years of building hope and saving lives QUINCY, IL – Blessing Hospital, Quincy Medical Group, and Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University are joining together…