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Missouri Swine Health Symposium

SEDALIA – The fourth annual Missouri Swine Health Symposium offers sessions on animal health, air filtration technology, disease and national issues affecting pork producers. The event is July 17 at the Pork Place on the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sedalia. ...

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Construction Spending Holds Steady from April to May

Workforce shortages & political gridlock that is depressing public-sector investments are holding back broader growth for the construction sector, officials urge new workforce and infrastructure measures Construction spending in May was unchanged from April but increased from a year ago ...

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University of Missouri Student Veterans Named Pat Tillman Scholars Mizzou law student and UMSL engineering major are the only students from Missouri to receive the prestigious academic scholarship in 2017

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Two University of Missouri students are among the 60 student veterans selected to the 2017 class of Pat Tillman Scholars. Paul Wade, Army veteran, member of the Missouri National Guard and University of Missouri law student; and ...

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MSU Board of Governors Approves 2017-18 Budget

SPRINGFIELD — Missouri State University’s operating budget for 2017-18 will be $286 million. The Board of Governors approved the fiscal year 2018 operating budget at its meeting in West Plains June 23. Missouri State anticipates receiving approximately $8 million less ...

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Governor Greitens Takes Action

Budget Bills, Tort Reform, and Announces Plan for Minimum Wage Bill On July 5, Governor Eric Greitens signed several bills and announced his intentions on the standard statewide minimum wage bill. The Governor has signed House Bills 1-13, 17, and ...

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