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Missouri Weekly Fuel Update and Outdate

MISSOURI, July 10 –– Average retail gasoline prices in Missouri have risen 3.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.00/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 3,940 gas outlets in Missouri. This compares with the national average ...

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Understanding the Earth Using Diamonds

Dr. Gary Michelfelder is using differences in diamonds to make sense of the earth SPRINGFIELD — Diamonds are not all created equal. It’s why we have scales to measure carat, cut, color and clarity. Why are diamonds so different? Dr. ...

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Senator Cunningham

Farming is a way of life for most in the 33rd District, and Missouri as a whole. Over the years local, state and federal programs, initiatives and legislation have both helped farmers and ranchers – and at times hampered their ...

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What About This . . .? 7.13.2017

By Wayne William Cipriano I learned a long time ago that satire just does not work in this column.  And, notwithstanding that lesson, it remains most difficult for me to restrain the satirical nature of what I wanted so much ...

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Audit of Missouri State Lottery Commission Released

Commission receives “good” performance rating, report recommends changes to ensure all travel is disclosed JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (July 10, 2017) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway released a regularly scheduled audit of the Missouri State Lottery Commission. As with the previous ...

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Going Up?

German tech firm, ThyssenKrup, aims to provide high-rise visitors –– whether it be an office building or an apartment complex –– a more convenient way of getting to your destination, says the Association of Mature American Citizens.  They are in ...

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New Way to Take Your Medicine

Scientists at Georgia Teach and Emory University in Georgia have come up with a painless and convenient way to get your flu shot via a patch you simply apply to your arm, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens. ...

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