• State Health Department Launches Powerful Environmental Public Health Resource0

    State Health Department Launches Powerful Environmental Public Health Resource The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has launched its Environmental Public Health Tracking Network Portal, a powerful new tool that Missourians can use to protect themselves from environmental hazards statewide. The portal is a cutting-edge public health resource and part of a national initiative

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  • Blessing FastCare to open in Quincy Shopko0

    BLESSING HOSPITAL TO OPEN FASTCARE CLINIC AT SHOPKO IN QUINCY Blessing FastCare to open in Quincy Shopko   Blessing Hospital is teaming up with Quincy’s Shopko store and Bellin Health to open a FastCare clinic inside the Shopko at 3200 Broadway.  The opening will occur in mid-to-late summer 2009.  The specific opening date is not

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  • Luetkemeyer, Hare Ask FEMA to Reverse New Rules on Flood Cleanup0

    Luetkemeyer, Hare Ask FEMA to Reverse New Rules on Flood Cleanup WASHINGTON, DC- Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO) and Congressman Phil Hare (D-IL) were among nine Members of Congress to send a letter to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) asking them to reverse recently announced rules which would prohibit local levee and drainage districts from

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  • Culver-Stockton launches “design-your-own” major0

    Culver-Stockton launches “design-your-own” major CANTON, Mo. – Culver-Stockton College has launched a major in individualized or interdisciplinary studies that allows students to combine courses in various disciplines to create a program tailored to a student’s specific talents and interests.  “A few of our students have already developed thoughtful, creative majors that meet their individual needs

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  • Dancing Rabbit This Week0

    Dorothy was right when she said “There’s no place like home”!  Cob here with a short update on the past week at Dancing Rabbit.  Short because I was only home for a couple days last week, spending four days on the train and one day in New York City, so I’m a bit out of

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  • Missouri Division of Tourism Encourages Destinations and Attractions To Take Advantage of Online Resources and Entice Visitors0

    Missouri Division of Tourism Encourages Destinations and AttractionsTo Take Advantage of Online Resources and Entice Visitors Great Vacation Ideas Available at www.VisitMO.com JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., June 4, 2009 —With the summer travel season in full force, the Missouri Division of Tourism is stepping up its efforts to help Missouri destinations and attractions promote themselves to value-conscious

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