• Missouri to Offer Refund Debit Cards for Taxpayers0

    Missouri to Offer Refund Debit Cards for Taxpayers   JEFFERSON CITY – State Treasurer Clint Zweifel (ZWY-ful) announced today citizens have a new option to choose from when getting a tax refund from the State of Missouri. Taxpayers are now able to get a refund in the form of a debit card whether their return

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  • Five initiative petitions approved for circulation for 2014 ballot0

    Five initiative petitions approved for circulation for 2014 ballot   Jefferson City, Mo. —Secretary of State Robin Carnahan today announced that four initiative petitions relating to minimum wage and one petition relating to payday, title, installment, and consumer credit loans met state standards for circulation. The official ballot title for the first petition relating to

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  • Late Season Predator Hunting0

    Late Season Predator Hunting        With deer season over and the onset of winter blues in full swing, predator hunting provides outdoor enthusiasts stricken with cabin fever the opportunity for some late season hunting adventures. Missouri predators include bobcats, coyotes, and the red and gray fox. Predator hunting can provide some exciting hunts, with

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  • Gallery opening at Culver-Stockton featuring work from local artists

    Gallery opening at Culver-Stockton featuring work from local artists0

    CANTON, Mo.—Culver-Stockton College is hosting a reception for the opening night of an art exhibit showcasing work from local artists. The reception is planned for Jan. 24 at 7 p.m., and features a Gallery Talk at 7:30 p.m. Artists displayed belong to the Hannibal Alliance Art Gallery, and include Mary Ann Brinkley, Joshua McCurdy, Ron

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  • Emergency farm loans available after USDA disaster designations0

    Low-interest loans can help Missouri farmers if used wisely, says MU Extension economist. COLUMBIA, Mo. – Thirty-one Missouri counties are among almost 600 counties across the U.S. that have been designated by the USDA as primary natural disaster areas due to drought and heat. Farm operators in these counties are eligible for low-interest emergency loans

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  • NE Missouri Schools Cash In on Buckling Up0

    NE Missouri Schools Cash In on Buckling Up Winners of the 2012 Battle of the Belt Challenge Announced HANNIBAL – Local schools took the challenge to buckle up and made it click with students. One hundred and thirty-eight (138) schools, including 28 out of 41 schools in Northeast Missouri, participated in this year’s Battle of

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