Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo today announced they have made a friendly wager on the outcome of this year’s World Series between the Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets. The series opens on Tuesday in Kansas City.
From bathing and cooking to eating, dressing and getting to doctor's appointments, many disabled and elderly Missourians receive care in their own homes, but those who provide it say low wages are making it difficult to make ends meet.
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that a Warrensburg, Mo., man and an Independence, Mo., man were sentenced in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.
Dairy farmer Paul Heins, of Higginsville, and pork producer Brent Sandidge, of Marshall, were each recognized today with a with a Governor’s Award for Agricultural Achievement, which honors outstanding farmers, growers and processors for their work with agricultural commodities and their communities. The award was presented by Missouri’s Director of Agriculture, Richard Fordyce, on behalf of Gov. Jay Nixon.
On 10/13/2015 at approximately 0630 hrs Officers of the Sedalia Police Department served a drug related search warrant at 1613 E 4th ST. Upon arrival one suspect was detained for the investigation and later a second suspect arrived and was also detained. A juvenile was present at the scene upon arrival and family was contacted to take custody.
Average ACT scores for the combined 2015 high school graduate classes of Helias Catholic in Jefferson City, Father Tolton Regional Catholic in Columbia and Sacred Heart in Sedalia have exceeded the Missouri statewide high school student ACT average for the fifth consecutive year, according to the latest report of the ACT organization in Iowa City, Iowa.
When Amy Pangburn decided she wanted to become a nurse, she knew it wouldn’t be easy. As a single mom, she had to work fulltime; she couldn’t imagine juggling work, nursing school, homework, and family time. Then she found State Fair Community College’s new 13-month night/weekend Practical Nursing (PN) program.
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Warrensburg man has been charged in federal court with crossing state lines to engage in illicit sexual activity with a minor in Kansas.
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