Missouri Government Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Missouri woman fired after post against police support signRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | Fredericksburg.com

    A Missouri woman says she was fired from her job after criticizing a coffee shop on social media for displaying a "Back the Blue" sign supporting police. Brandi Wilson told the Southeast Missourian newspaper that she found the sign at Ground-A-Bout in Jackson, Missouri, disconcerting as a black woman who once lived in Ferguson, where officers and protesters clashed following the 2014 police shooting death of Michael Brown.


  2. The Latest: Hawley's election vote raises residency concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | Norwalk Citizen News

    The Missouri Democratic Party is again raising questions about whether Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is violating residency requirements by not living full time in Jefferson City. Hawley's main residence is in rural Boone County but he rents an apartment in Jefferson City.


  3. Connecticut tax-free week starts SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | The Day

    As the first day of school approaches, Connecticut is holding its tax-free week starting on Sunday. Consumers can buy clothing and shoes that cost less than $100 without paying sales tax A list of tax-exempt items can be found on the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services website .


  4. Our Opinion: Celebrating Missouri Conservation: 80 years of good stewardshipRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 15 | News Tribune

    Last Thursday, the Jefferson City-based agency held an open house at the Runge Nature Center to thank area residents for their support and to receive feedback on future improvements. We believe the department constantly strives to fulfill its mission "to protect and manage the fish, forest, and wildlife resources of the state; to facilitate and provide opportunity for all citizens to use, enjoy, and learn about these resources."


  5. Clean Line Energy Partners Public Service Commission decision could...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | Electric Energy Online

    On August 3rd, 2017, the Missouri Public Service Commission heard oral arguments relating to the Grain Belt Express case. If approved by the PSC, the Grain Belt Express wind transmission line would be Missouri's largest clean energy infrastructure project and would save Missouri municipal ratepayers more than $10 million annually.


  6. Boatright family named Pettis County Farm Family of the Year -Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | Sedalia Democrat

    From left, Hannah, Matt, Jennifer, Mariah and David Boatright are pictured earlier this year prior to the start of the 30th annual Spring Bull and Heifer Production Sale. The family operates Maplewood Acres Farm, a 775-acre grass-based seed stock production farm in eastern Pettis County.


  7. Missouri Director of Agriculture lays goals for future of the industry -Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | Sedalia Democrat

    In only her first year as Missouri Director of Agriculture, Chris Chinn has been listening to all those who are shareholders in agriculture as she focuses on continuing the vital role agriculture plays in Missouri, the nation and globally. "Since I started at the Department of Agriculture, I have been listening and learning as much as I can from farmers and ranchers in the state, ag leaders and my employees at the department," Chinn said.


  8. More Federal Resources for Missouri Disaster SurvivorsRead the original story

    Monday Aug 14 | PressReleasePoint

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency is just one of the federal agencies that provide assistance to survivors after a disaster. As of August 13, more than 1,924 Missourians have been approved for disaster assistance in the amount of $12 million.


  9. Missouri Set for Prime Viewing of August Solar EclipseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 11 | Lee's Summit Tribune

    August 12, 2017 Plan ahead for your best viewing and avoid traffic congestion On Aug. 21, citizens across Missouri will have the chance to see a rare celestial event - a total solar eclipse. The moon will block the sun's light and cause a total solar eclipse to be visible across 300 miles of Missouri.


  10. Missouri Department of Natural Resources: 29 ATV crashes in 2017 at off-road venuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | KMIZ

    Despite state-enforced regulations for off-road vehicles, such as ATVs, that mandate safety devices and riding procedures, accidents can still happen due to difficult terrain, proximity to obstacles and other factors, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The safety devices that ATV drivers are required to use are helmets and high-visibility flags.


  11. Local Man has Permanent Blind Spot from Viewing Solar Eclipse without ...Read the original story

    Monday Aug 14 | PRWeb

    St. Louis ophthalmologist Dr. Jason Brinton of Brinton Vision warns Missourians to use solar viewing glasses after patient Robert Smith suffers permanent blind spot from solar retinopathy. Robert Smith made the mistake of looking directly at an eclipse decades ago and ended up with solar retinopathy and a permanent blind spot in his right eye.


  12. 4-H leaders get new H ... Hall of FameRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | News Tribune

    Cindy and William Kautsch pose at the entrance to the show barn at the Cole County Fair. The pair are very involved with 4-H and will be inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame.


  13. Perspective: Human trafficking, opioid abuse focus of roundtablesRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 12 | News Tribune

    Not only are students preparing to head back to school but the hot, humid weather has cooled off some so Missourians can get outside and enjoy the last few weeks of summer. For me, the last few days have been great as I have continued my travels around Missouri's 3rd District.


  14. Cases recently resolved in Pettis County Circuit Court -Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 12 | Sedalia Democrat

    The following is a sampling of cases that were resolved Aug. 7 during Law Day in the Pettis County Circuit Court, according to Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney Phillip Sawyer. Dustin A. Lappat, 35, of Sedalia, was sentenced to concurrent terms of seven-, seven- and four-year sentences in the Missouri Department of Corrections on three separate matters - possession of a controlled substance , possession of a controlled substance , and resisting/interfering with arrest.


  15. Missourian pick for Delta authority jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 12 | Arkansas Online

    WASHINGTON -- Peter Kinder, who served three terms as Missouri's lieutenant governor, has been nominated to serve as alternate federal co-chairman of the Delta Regional Authority.


  16. Cyclists: Trail steering towns' growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 11 | News Tribune

    Several dozen bicycle and pedestrian trail enthusiasts rallied Friday morning at the Capitol to show support for the Rock Island Trail, a proposed biking path.Chip Webb, director of Ameren Central Missouri Division, addressed representatives from towns along the trail who were urging state legislators to proceed with the plan and fund the trail's construction. The proposed trail, on property donated to the state by Ameren, is 144 miles long.


  17. Is This the Most Vulnerable Senate Democrat?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 11 | Townhall

    November 2018 is fast approaching. There's 33 Senators who are up for reelection, and of those, 23 are Democrats.


  18. McCaskill to Hold 25 Town Halls Amid Challenges From Right and LeftRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 11 | Roll Call

    President Donald Trump won Missouri by nearly 20 points, and Republicans are eager to try and flip the seat. Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales rates the race Tossup .


  19. Strs Ohio Acquires 7,643 Shares of Ameren CorporationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 11 | IntersportsWire

    Strs Ohio raised its position in Ameren Corporation by 23.6% during the second quarter, according to its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission . The fund owned 40,019 shares of the utilities provider's stock after buying an additional 7,643 shares during the period.


  20. Wet summer means overtime hours for MoDOT maintenance crewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 11 | KMBZ-AM Westwood

    Heavy rain this summer has homeowners struggling to keep up with their lawn mowing, and road crews in Missouri are struggling, too. Crews are trying to stay ahead of the tall grass, brush and weeds along right of ways, said Lynelle Luther, district maintenance enginner with MoDOT.