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MU Students Help Older Drivers Find a Perfect Fit Behind the Wheel

When older drivers hit the road, some people visualize a little old lady peering over the steering wheel. Now, a group of University of Missouri-Columbia students is helping mature…

MFA Oil Company Gives Away a 2007 Ford F-150 Flexible Fuel Vehicle

MFA Oil marked this Fourth of July by declaring Missouri motorists' independence from foreign oil. In a continuing effort to help educate consumers about the benefits of E85, MFA Oil…

Patrol’s Crime Laboratory

Colonel James F. Keathley, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway

Patrol, would like to highlight the Patrol’s Crime Laboratory Division.

Fields named Area 8 Recruit Sustainment coordinator

Sgt. Cody Fields, 22, of Macon, was recently named the Area 8 Recruit Sustainment Program coordinator for the Missouri National Guard. 

Missouri 4-H Foundation receives $2,500 grant from Pioneer Hi-Bred

The Missouri 4-H Foundation is pleased to announce that Pioneer Hi-Bred, a DuPont business, donated $2,500 to the Missouri 4-H Community Service grant program. Missouri 4-H is the youth volunteer…

MISSOURI VETERANS COMMISSION UNVEILS NEW WEBSITE

The Missouri Veterans Commission recently unveiled its revised website. The new website www.mvc.dps.mo.gov , with its easy to use interface, provides Veterans, employees and the general public information on benefits,…

MISSOURI’S Babies Among Those Screened

JULY 11, 2007 Nearly 90 percent of all babies born in the United States more than double the percentage in 2005 live in states that require screening for at least…

Ewing FBC Travels to Mexico on Mission

Ewing First Baptist Church recently sent a mission team to Lerdo, Mexico. Randy Rayl organized the 25-member team and worked with Ed and Starlene Williamson (missionaries in Mexico for 31…

Cub Scout Day Camp Planned

 The Mississippi Valley Council Boy Scouts of America will soon be conducting its 2007 Cub Scout Day Camp program all throughout the areas we serve.

Culver-Stockton Theatre Camp to stage Alice in Wonderland

The Canton Area Arts Council and Culver-Stockton College will co-sponsor a summer drama camp for area youth – Staging Alice in Wonderland – from July 30…

Fireworks Safety Reminder

Independence Day would not be the same without the excitement and entertainment provided by fireworks. However, if necessary precautions are not observed, fireworks can result in serious injuries such as…