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NEW NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM SHOWS SMOKERS HOW TO BECOME AN EX®

 NEW NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM SHOWS SMOKERS HOW TO BECOME AN EX®Missouri Signs On As Founding Member Of National Alliance for Tobacco Cessation WASHINGTON, D.C. – An alliance of national…

April is National Donate Life Month

 April is National Donate Life Month. National Donate Life Month,established by the United States Division of Transplantation in 2003,acknowledges and celebrates everyone who helps save and improve the livesof others…

Field day dates set for MU Ag Experiment Station,12 events offer variety of local research results

 University of Missouri field days provide new research results for Missouri farmers. That long tradition will continue and new events will be added, said Marc Linit, associate dean for research…

Senate Works to Better Protect Kids from Sex Offenders

 Sweeping Bill Adds Protections, Expands Sex Offender Registry, Increases Penalties for Sex Crimes, and Bans Sex Offenders from Halloween Festivities

Wylliams/Henry Contemporary Dance Company to perform April 10 at C-SC

CANTON, Mo. – The Wylliams/Henry Contemporary DanceCompany will perform at Culver-Stockton College at 7:30 p.m. onThursday, April 10, in the Alexander Campbell Auditorium in thePerforming Arts Center. The performance is…

Local Girl Scouts prepare to collect more than one million personal care items

 Local Girl Scouts plan to collect more than one million personal
care items for local families and individuals in need during Girl Scouts
of Eastern Missouri's April Showers Personal Care…

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…