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Water Patrol Responds To Floods

 The Missouri State Water Patrol had 54 officers assigned to flood duty during the recent flooding event in the southeastern part of the state and the St. Louis area. Officers…

Patrol Members Deployed In U.S. Military

 . Patrol Members Deployed In U.S. Military Colonel James F. Keathley, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, would like to remind the public of this agency’s support for our…

Highly Unusual Rainfall and Saturated Conditions to Blame for Major Midwest Flooding, MU Climatologist Says

 People in Arkansas are preparing for some of the worst flooding in the state while Missourians continue to struggle with destruction caused by high water.

Orscheln Farm & Home Accepting Scrap Batteries

Need a place to get rid of batteries?

Department of Health and Senior Services provides Water Safety Information Related to Private Water Supply Wells

Enter your body text here. Department of Health and Senior Services provides Water Safety Information Related to Private Water Supply Wells The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services issued…

Spring Arrived, Will You?

Enter your body text here. Spring seems to have arrived, and along with it, varying temperatures andweather patterns. These changes can cause problems for drivers. TheMissouri State Highway Patrol offers…

March is National Eye Donor Month

Eye tissue donation restores sight to thousands of Missourians March is National Eye Donor Month   March is National Eye Donor Month, and Missourians are being urged to give the…

Culver-Stockton to host Young Writers’ Conference April 2

Culver-Stockton to host Young Writers’ Conference April 2   CANTON, Mo – Three Culver-Stockton College alumni will be featured speakers during the college’s sixth Young  Writers’ Conference for high school…

Company Donates $250,000 to Support Veterinary Medicine and Agricultural Economics at MU

Company Donates $250,000 to Support Veterinary Medicine and Agricultural Economics at MU             COLUMBIA, Mo. – A recent donation from Smithfield Foods to the University of Missouri will benefit students…

Landowners should make sure that abandoned wells are properly sealed

COLUMBIA, Mo. – With spring and warmer weather soon drawing children outdoors, it is a good time for farmers and rural landowners to check abandoned wells. “There are an estimated…

MU Extension workshop offers teens chance to hone video skills, raise awareness of impact of deployment on peers

MU Extension workshop offers teens chance to hone video skills, raise awareness of impact of deployment on peers   COLUMBIA, Mo. – Teens who want to learn about video production…