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Missouri Department of Conservation On Hunt For Governor’s Christmas Tree

JEFFERSON CITY – If you have a 40-foot evergreen tree that you would enjoy seeing on the lawn of the Governor’s Mansion in Jefferson City, the Missouri Department of Conservation would like to talk to you.

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Governor Jay Nixon Signs Legislation To Protect Children

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Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Greene County to sign legislation to help protect the health and safety of Missouri’s children, including strengthening child care in the state by implementing a new set of quality indicators for child care providers. T

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Governor Nixon Launches Energy Plan

Gov. Jay Nixon today signed Executive Order 14-06 to formally launch the development of a comprehensive state energy plan led by the Missouri Department of Economic Development’s Division of Energy.  Under the Governor’s order,

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Ag-Power Breaks Ground On New Facility In Higginsville

Governor Jay Nixon today joined officials from Ag-Power to break ground on the company’s new facility in Higginsville. After Ag-Power’s previous facility in Higginsville was destroyed in a fire in March, the company is investing $8

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Governor Jay Nixon Declares State of Emergency After Orrick Tornado

Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency in response to severe weather that brought heavy rain, strong winds, and hail to many areas of the state and spawned two tornadoes.

“This system of severe weather has already brought damaging storms to many areas of the state, including the town of Orrick where a tornado caused significant damage to homes, vehicles and schools,” Gov

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Governor Nixon Applauds Oak Grove High School For Its Continued Academic Achievement

OAK GROVE, MO – Gov. Jay Nixon visited Oak Grove High School to recognize the school district and its students for their continued academic achievement and to discuss his efforts to ensure all students in Missouri have access to a quality education that prepares them to succeed in college and the career of their choice.  To make sure Missouri schools have the resources to provide the world-class education students need and deserve, Gov. Nixon recently announced his commitment to fully fund the state’s foundation formula for Missouri public schools by the end of 2016.

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Nixon Shows No Support for Gas Chamber Idea

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon isn't ready to embrace the idea of using the gas chamber to execute prisoners.

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Governor Jay Nixon Declares a State of Emergency for Missouri

Governor Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency in Missouri as a widespread severe weather system continued to move across the state, bringing heavy rain, hail, straight-line winds, flooding and radar-indicated tornadoes. This severe weather follows several days of heavy rain throughout much of the state, leading to flooding along many streams and rivers. The severe weather threat continues tonight (June 1) in parts of Missouri, and is likely to continue tomorrow for much of the state.

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Sedalia Holds Homecoming for Missouri National Guard’s 35th Combat Aviation Brigade [PHOTOS]

Families, friends and supporters gathered at the Mathewson Exhibition Center this morning as 120 soldiers of the 35th Combat Aviation Brigade of the Missouri National Guard returned from Kuwait. Governor Jay Nixon welcomed back the soldiers on behalf of Missouri and was proud of their efforts. Nixon said he appreciates the honor, courage, duty, a love of country that these men and women displayed and believes families and friends should be proud of their service.

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Governor Jay Nixon Declares State of Emergency During Winter Storm

Governor Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency in Missouri today (Feb. 21) in response to severe winter weather that began early this morning, bringing hazardous travel and the possibility of power outages. The weather system has involved a mix of snow, sleet and ice throughout the state, with forecasts of 10 inches or more of snow in some parts of the state and a wintry mix across many other regions of Missouri.

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