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I applaud Texas Gov. Rick Perry's decision to send the Texas National Guard to augment the U.S. border patrol, which is overwhelmed by a massive influx of illegal aliens crossing our southern border and hamstrung by the lack of support from our national government.
A five-way race for Gasconade County treasurer on the Republican ticket will be decided by voters in next Tuesday's election.
Missouri is an agricultural state. We depend on farms, both small and big, to supply food to our state and the country.
People in the Tea Party community constantly claim how they "love" the U.S. Constitution more than anyone else.
The nation's largest company that manages pharmacy benefits is opening a new office building in St. Louis County as part of an expansion, which is expected to add 1,500 jobs over the next five years.
The Men and Women of The National Guard have been selected to receive the 2014 American Patriot Award, presented annually by the National Defense University Foundation .
Tom Hurst says he wants to work on the projects he did not get around to in his first House term.
Governor Pat Quinn drew criticism when he said Illinois should help in "whatever way necessary" to assist the unaccompanied children caught at the US border.
Gov. Jay Nixon on July 14 vetoed legislation that would permit educators who specifically are trained for armed response to carry concealed weapons.
The United States' largest pharmacy benefits manager, Express Scripts Holding Co., will unveil its newest $56 million expansion of its St. Louis headquarters Monday.
Cincinnati, Ohio-based Total Quality Logistics is opening a new office in St. Louis.
While a statue was passed in 1989 to memorialize the date, the state had yet to enact it as an actual holiday.
A former southern Missouri lawmaker and school superintendent has been appointed to the State Board of Education.
Nearly 100 new jobs coming to STL Close to 100 new jobs are heading to our area over the next several years.
The Missouri General Assembly passed several tax-related bills at the end of the legislative session in mid-May that would have altered the Department of Revenue's burden of proof and changed its notice requirements.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 06:01 am
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