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Cemetery Board Members Resign, Two New Members Appointed

Four Kahoka Cemetery Board members resigned in protest of action taken last month by the Kahoka Board of Aldermen to limit decorations at Kahoka’s Cemetery.

Late winter seeding through February can give your lawn a head start come spring

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Late winter seeding through February can help give your lawn a head start come spring, said a University of Missouri turfgrass scientist.…

Higher priced Compact Fluorescent light bulbs pay for themselves in the end

Higher priced Compact Fluorescent light bulbs pay for themselves in the end COLUMBIA, Mo. – Consumers may feel sticker shock when paying $4 to replace that burnt out 50-cent incandescent…

MU guidesheet gives selling tips for local food producers

MU guidesheet gives selling tips for local food producers   COLUMBIA, Mo. – The growing popularity of local markets for fresh food presents farm families with opportunities to increase profits,…

In 2008, Live Like Your Life Depends On It

In 2008, Live Like Your Life Depends On It Missourians are urged to make healthy lifestyle choices Live like your life depends on it. That’s a resolution the Missouri Department…

Annual Dairy Profit seminars offered across the state in late February

Annual Dairy Profit seminars offered across the state in late February   COLUMBIA, Mo. – The annual Dairy Profit seminars will be held in five dairy areas across the state…

Online driver ed course gives students virtual on-the-road experience

With fewer Missouri school districts offering formal driving instruction, teenagers across the state are finding it more difficult to take driver education. A newly launched online course from the University…

MISSOURI RINGS IN THE NEW YEAR WITH ETHANOL

Statewide Ethanol Standard Already In Effect (JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.)–With diligent preparation and attractive ethanol pricing, the implementation of the Missouri Renewable Fuel Standard on Jan. 1 went unnoticed by drivers…

Secretary Carnahan Warns Missouri Businesses about Fraudulent Mailings

Secretary Carnahan Warns Missouri Businesses about Fraudulent Mailings JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI – Secretary of State Robin Carnahan today issued a business alert about a scam that includes fraudulent letters sent…

Graziers from five states heading to Columbia for “Heart of America” conference, Jan. 7-8

Graziers from five states heading to Columbia for “Heart of America” conference, Jan. 7-8   COLUMBIA, Mo. – A five-state “Heart of America” grazing conference returns to Missouri, Jan. 7-8,…

Missouri Tourism Releases 2008 Vacation Planner

Missouri Tourism Releases 2008 Vacation Planner New Travel Guide Features Dream Vacations, Fish and Game, Wow Town-KC, Missouri Murals, Border War and Ethnic Sites Jefferson City, Mo., November 30, 2007…