• Luetkemeyer Fights for Rural Auto Dealers During Small Business Committee Hearing0

    Luetkemeyer Fights for Rural Auto Dealers During Small Business Committee Hearing              WASHINGTON,  D.C. – U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-9) today went to bat for rural auto dealers at a hearing to evaluate decisions by General Motors and Chrysler to close nearly 40 percent of their independently owned dealers and the impact these closures will

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  • Initiative Petition Relating to Repealing the Nonpartisan Court Plan Approved for Circulation for 2010 Ballot0

    Initiative Petition Relating to Repealing the Nonpartisan Court Plan Approved for Circulation for 2010 Ballot Jefferson City, Missouri – Secretary of State Robin Carnahan announced today that a new initiative petition met state standards for circulation. The petition would amend the Missouri Constitution relating to the repeal of the nonpartisan court plan. The ballot title

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  • Munzlinger Launches State Senate Campaign0

    Munzlinger Launches State Senate Campaign First District State Representative Brian Munzlinger isn’t ready to retire to his Williamstown farm.  After serving in the Missouri House since 2002, Munzlinger made it official that he was a candidate for the 18th District Missouri Senate seat, challenging first-term incumbent Wes Shoemyer.  Munzlinger could not run for his House

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  • Missouri Electric Co-op CYCLE Means Education and Fun

    Missouri Electric Co-op CYCLE Means Education and Fun0

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO —  Eighty-two high school students from across Missouri recently participated in the Electric Cooperative C.Y.C.L.E. program. C.Y.C.L.E. stands for Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience. The conference was held July 15-17, 2009, in Jefferson City. Selected as outstanding young leaders Kelsey Arnold, Shelby Bailey and Kristen Buttig, sponsored by Lewis County Electric

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  • Culver-Stockton to conduct fire safety training for students working in residence halls0

    Culver-Stockton to conduct fire safety training for students working in residence halls CANTON – Canton Fire and Rescue will help Culver-Stockton College train students who will be working in the C-SC residence halls in fire safety procedures on August 13.  Some 25 residence hall directors and community assistants will be taught how to prevent fires,

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  • MoDOT to resurface Route D in Lewis County Next Week0

    MoDOT to resurface Route D in Lewis County Next Week   HANNIBAL – Weather permitting, MoDOT will be resurfacing Route D from Route 6 at LaBelle south to Route 156, approximately 8.5 miles. Traffic will be reduced to one lane between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., beginning Monday, July 27.  The project

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