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Douglas County Republicans Will Host Meeting On What’s Happening In Jefferson City

The Douglas County Republican Committee is presenting a public forum about what is happening in Jefferson City. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m....

Congressman Jason Smith: Park Service Rescinds Permit Requirements For River Baptisms

On Thursday, Aug. 22, one day after it was made public that the Ozark National Scenic Riverways would restrict baptisms in some Missouri streams,...

Smith Report 8.22.2103

Work-A-Day Tour Proves Washington Does Not Have the Answers Last week I spent time working various jobs throughout our Eighth Congressional District on a Work-A-Day...

Cong. Jason Smith Seeks Answer on Baptism Permits

SALEM – Congressman Jason Smith sent a letter to Ozark National Scenic Riverways Superintendent Bill Black seeking answers on news that the Ozark National...

Missouri Natural Gas Bills On The Way Up? Half-Billion in Surcharges Waiting on Gov....

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed five bills last week, but one that remains on his desk is of concern to the...

Missouri Chamber Deeply Disappointed With Gov. Nixon’s Veto of Unemployment System Reforms, Feels The...

On July 2, Gov. Nixon vetoed House Bill 611, legislation containing provisions that would keep Missouri in compliance with federal mandates and protect money...

Governor Nixon Signs Senate Bill 1 And Secures Workers’ Comp Reforms After Years Of...

Employers will be facing significantly less financial and legal liability as a result of Senate Bill 1, which Gov. Nixon signed into law today. ...
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Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Barrow

SEDALIA, Mo. – Macie Wolf, daughter of Gregg and Miranda Wolf, is the exhibitor of the 2019 Grand Champion Market Barrow at the Missouri...

Black Oak – Donna Dodson

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Tecumseh – Linnie Ingram