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Fishing Day

Lee’s Summit – Tessa Landers flipped the fishing rod forward, with a little help from dad, and the practice lure almost hit the bucket painted up like a largemouth bass. [...]

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 JEFFERSON CITY – Missourians might notice more neighborhood foot traffic as students participate in International Walk to School Day on Oct. 8. The Missouri Department of Transportation encourages parents and [...]

Turkeys

JEFFERSON CITY –Results of the Missouri Department of Conservation’s annual wild-turkey brood survey are in, and the news is good, especially in the northern half of the state. Each summer, [...]

Patrol invites public to provide feedback

September 24, 2014 State
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Colonel Ronald Replogle, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, invites the public to take part in a public opinion survey regarding safety and security, officers’ attitudes and competency, overall [...]

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Sewer branch officially renamed ‘Pearl River’ & ‘North Branch Pearl River’

September 23, 2014 State
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Jefferson City — Secretary of State Jason Kander announced today that a stream in Sedalia,  formerly known as Sewer Branch, has been designated as Pearl River. Additionally, a previously unnamed [...]

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Medicare Part D prescription coverage review time nears

September 23, 2014 State
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Just like a lot of other things, seniors’ Medicare Part D prescription coverage deserves an annual review, and that time is coming. From Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, people with [...]

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Missouri selected for $2 million in grants to expand innovative higher education models

September 22, 2014 State
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon announced today that $2 million in grants from a national nonprofit will give more Missouri students the opportunity to earn a college degree [...]

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