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Hannibal Seminar Focuses on Saving Family Farms

 The public is invited to participate in the New Beginnings Leadership Tour on Monday, July 28, at the Hannibal Quality Inn and Suites. The day-long seminar will present strategies to…

Tips for Hiring Contractors

  TIPS FOR HIRING CONTRACTORS JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State and federal officials advise flood victims to use care when hiring contractors to repair flood-damaged property.  “Be careful when hiring…

REPEAL OF ETHANOL STANDARD WOULD BE A COSTLY MISTAKE

 Repealing the Missouri Renewable Fuel Standard (MoRFS) would have costly consequences for Missouri drivers, Missouri Corn Growers Association (MCGA) CEO cautions.

Truman to Host Debates for Missouri’s Ninth Congressional District

 Truman to Host Debates for Missouri’s Ninth Congressional District KIRKSVILLE, Mo. –In keeping with its commitment to expanded civic engagement of its students and the surrounding community, Truman State University…

MoDOT’s Five-Year Transportation Program Approved, Shows Looming Drop in Funding

MoDOT’s Five-Year Transportation Program Approved, Shows Looming Drop in Funding JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission today approved a new five-year transportation construction program that shows spending…

‘Dinner with Friends’ and ‘Rabbit Hole’ Launch C-SC 2008-09

‘Dinner with Friends’ and ‘Rabbit Hole’ Launch C-SC 2008-09Theatre Season CANTON, Mo. – Culver-Stockton College will launch its 2008-09 theatre season with productions of two Pulitzer Prize-winning dramas in September.…

Avenue of the Saints Celebration Rescheduled for July 25

HANNIBAL – While the dedication of the Avenue of the Saints highway was postponed due to flooding in the region, MoDOT has re-scheduled the celebration for Friday, July 25, hoping…

Dancing Rabbit News 7-15

Greetings from Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage. Liat here to share with you that which I remember from the past week. It was a very busy week filled with parties, work, new…

Blessing Hospice & Palliative Care Director attends national meeting

Blessing Hospice & Palliative Care Director attends national meeting Jeri Conboy, PhD, LCSW, director, Blessing Hospice & Palliative Care/Blessing Hospice-Hancock County, participated in a two-day course on the new Medicare…

Harnessing Wind is Powerful, Profitable Venture

 COLUMBIA, Mo. –It is an unusual crop for a Missouri town, but farmers in Rock Port are busy using 75 turbines across three counties to harvest the wind. Four wind…

State Health Department Provides Information on Dealing with Mold Following Floods

 The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services today released information and guidelines for cleaning up mold impacting buildings following flooding. Molds are of concern when found indoors both because…