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Auditor Galloway announces communications staff

May 26, 2015 State
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-+*JEFFERSON CITY (May 26, 2015) – Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway, CPA, today announced the hiring of her communications staff. Gena Terlizzi joins the State Auditor’s office as director of […]

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Six people die in Memorial Day weekend traffic crashes, Patrol says

May 26, 2015 State
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-+*Six people died in traffic crashes over the 2015 Memorial Day weekend. Last year, nine people were killed during the three-day weekend. During the counting period of 6 p.m., Friday, […]

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Nixon grants pardons to five non-violent offenders; commutes Mizanskey’s sentence

May 26, 2015 State
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-+*JEFFERSON CITY – On Friday, Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that he has granted pardons to three men and two women convicted of non-violent offenses. Each of the individuals has […]

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Taney County angler catches record striped bass

May 26, 2015 State
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-+*BULL SHOALS LAKE (TANEY COUNTY) – Lawrence Dillman of Rockaway Beach became the most recent record-breaking angler in Missouri when he hooked a giant striped bass on Bull Shoals Lake […]

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Fisherman breaks state-record, shoots 54-pound bigmouth buffalo at Pomme de Terre Lake

May 23, 2015 State
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-+*POMME DE TERRE LAKE (PITTSBURG, Mo.) — John Overstreet of Fayette became the most recent record-breaking fisherman in Missouri when he shot a giant bigmouth buffalo on Pomme de Terre […]

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Civil Air Patrol opens new squadron in Warrensburg

May 22, 2015 State
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-+*JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Civil Air Patrol’s Missouri Wing recently opened a new squadron in Warrensburg, the newest of 38 squadrons across the state. In recent years, the Civil […]

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KCP&L warns customers of new scam

May 22, 2015 State
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-+*Kansas City, Mo. (May 21, 2015) – KCP&L wants to warn Kansas and Missouri business and residential customers of a new scam. Today, KCP&L saw an increase in reports of […]

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