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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon (Courtesy of Governor's Office)

St. Louis Community College To Receive $5 Million for Lab Upgrades

FLORISSANT VALLEY, Mo. (AP) — Governor Jay Nixon has announced that St. Louis Community College will receive more than $5 million for laboratory upgrades. Nixon was at the school's Florissant Valley campus Thursday to announce the allocation of $5

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Claire McCaskill
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Senator McCaskill Set To Launch Missouri Agriculture Tour

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill is launching her Missouri Agriculture Tour—a series of visits to farms, ranches, research facilities, and energy producers across the state that help make up Missouri’s vibrant agriculture economy.

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Peter Kinder
Peter Kinder (Courtesy of Lt. Governor Public Affairs)

Peter Kinder’s Opinion On St. Louis Rams Stadium Project

By Peter D. Kinder

Missouri Lieutenant Governor

On Thursday (Aug. 27) Missouri lawmakers are conducting a public forum regarding state-backed bonding for a second football stadium in St. Louis.

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WC Morris Building
WC Morris Building (Courtesy of UCM Facebook)

Governor Jay Nixon Announces More Than $12 Million In Improvements and Renovations Funding at UCM

Warrensburg, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today visited the University of Central Missouri to announce more than $12 million in improvements and renovations made possible through Building Affordability, an initiative proposed by the Governor in collaboration with public colleges and universities and passed with bi-partisan support in the General Assembly this year

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UCM Update

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon visited the University of Central Missouri Tuesday, Aug. 25, and announced investments that will strengthen Missouri's position as a leader in higher education quality and affordability

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Denny Hoskins
Denny Hoskins (Courtesy of Missouri House of Reps)

Denny Hoskins Joins Cochran Head Vick/Moore Horton Carlson

Sedalia – CHV Certified Public Accountants announces Denny Hoskins, CPA has joined Cochran Head Vick/Moore Horton Carlson (CHV/MHC) at their Sedalia and Marshall CPA offices.  Denny joins the management team with the firm’s long-time office Partner, Larry Horton

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Edward Jones Dome
Edward Jones Dome (courtesy of (AP Photo/G. Newman Lowrance)

Republican Rep. Scott Fitzpatrick Vows To Block Efforts On New Rams Stadium

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri lawmaker who helps develop the state budget has vowed to block efforts to make payments on proposed bonds to build a new St. Louis football stadium. Republican Rep

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Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City
Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City

Missouri Senators Look To Overturn Governor Jay Nixon’s Veto

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Enough Missouri senators appear to support an unemployment bill to vote to overturn Democratic Governor Jay Nixon's veto. Sponsoring Senator Mike Kehoe says he plans to press for the override September 16th, and three senators who were absent when the bill originally passed told the Associated Press that they support the bill

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Games At Fair
Derrick Running Protect The Harvest Games

Fun In Front of the KIX 105 Porta & Grace Outpost

We have had a lot of fun in front of the new KIX 105 Porta & Grace Outpost at the Missouri State Fair. KIX 105 Afternoon host, Derrick Gill, has been there each day of the Fair running games for Protect the Harvest and the Pit Stop Challenge from Impact Signs & Wraps. Our th

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Missouri Farm Bureau Building
Missouri Farm Bureau Building

Missouri Farm Bureau And American Farm Bureau Federation Issue Map On EPA Regulations

SEDALIA, MO., August 20, 2015 – A new interactive map of Missouri released today by the Missouri Farm Bureau and the American Farm Bureau Federation at the Missouri State Fair shows how the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will radically expand its jurisdiction over land use if its controversial Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule takes effect as expected August 28

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