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Editorial: Beware Corporate ‘Right to Farm’

September 16, 2014 State
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By John Crabtree, johnc@cfra.org, Center for Rural Affairs On August 5th, Missourians voted on an ill-conceived “Right to Farm” constitutional amendment supported by a coalition of major corporate farming interests, [...]

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MDC agents help rescue motorists stranded in flash flood

September 11, 2014 State

Mound City, Mo. – Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) agents early Wednesday helped rescue eight motorists stranded on or near Interstate 29 by a flash flood following torrential rain in [...]

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Care Connection continues push for food stamp applicants

September 9, 2014 State

Do you or someone you know have a difficult time making ends meet, especially when it comes to your grocery bills? Care Connection for Aging Services is making a special [...]

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Missouri Lottery awards more than $8.1 million in prizes

September 8, 2014 State

More than $8.1 million in prizes of $1,000 or more were awarded to Missouri Lottery players during August. Thousands of other prizes of less than $1,000 also were awarded during [...]

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Lottery sends $20.1 Million in proceeds to education

September 5, 2014 State

The Missouri Lottery today sent $20.1 million to the Lottery Proceeds Fund for public education. The monthly transfer of $20,136,891 is based on Lottery tickets sales in August, and it [...]

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PSC to investigate solar rebate payment compliance

September 2, 2014 State

JEFFERSON CITY—The Missouri Public Service Commission has opened a case based upon a motion filed by the Public Service Commission Staff to investigate the compliance of Kansas City Power & [...]

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SHP releases Labor Day holiday statistics

September 2, 2014 State

Three people died in traffic crashes during the 2014 Labor Day holiday weekend. Last year, there were eight fatalities. The 2014 counting period ran from 6 p.m., Friday, August 29, [...]

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