Local author book signing.  Kim Hopkins, long time Kingston resident will be at the Caldwell County Library in Kingston on Tuesday, April 30, from 5-7 p.m. and Hamilton Library on Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. – noon.

Source: Michele Warmund, 573-882-9632

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The lowly dandelion announces spring’s arrival with a spackling of bright yellow blooms.

Source: David Trinklein, 573-882-9631

Protecting Land Owners from Eminent Domain Abuse (HB 1062)

The Wild Outdoor's Jim Martin with his 27-1/2 lb Missouri Spring Gobbler

Week one of Missouri's Spring Turkey Season is in the books. Hunters managed to kill 18,787 birds during the first 7 days of the 21 day season.

Source: Jennifer Schutter, 660-665-9866

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. – Deer might be lovely animals, but not when grazing on freshly sprung tulips or hostas. And tree lovers fear antler rubs on trees and shrubs.

The Wild Outdoor's Jim Martin with his 27-1/2 lb Missouri Spring Gobbler
Local author book signing.  Kim Hopkins, long time Kingston resident will be at the Caldwell County Library in Kingston on Tuesday, April 30, from 5-7 p.m. and Hamilton Library on Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. – noon. Kim has written a book about her son Cory, a long time Hamilton resident, and his...
Source: Michele Warmund, 573-882-9632 COLUMBIA, Mo. – The lowly dandelion announces spring’s arrival with a spackling of bright yellow blooms. Some consider the dandelion the scourge of lawns. Others savor its greens as a vegetable. Its sunny blooms give dandelion wine its unique flavor. “Either...
Source: David Trinklein, 573-882-9631 COLUMBIA, Mo. – Yard waste makes up a third of municipal solid waste, behind paper products and food. Estimates show that the average lawn produces about 1,500 pounds of grass clippings each year. A mature tree drops about 3,600 pounds of leaves annually. With...
Protecting Land Owners from Eminent Domain Abuse (HB 1062) As hundreds of concerned land owners gathered in the State Capitol this week to rally in support of their property rights, the Missouri House of Representatives took action to prevent the misuse of the state’s eminent domain law. House...

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Local author book signing.  Kim Hopkins, long time Kingston resident will be at the Caldwell County Library in Kingston on Tuesday, April 30, from 5-7 p.m.

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I don't remember how I acquired the coyote. I don't remember if I took in the whole carcass or just the ears as was optional. Whatever evidence I had, I took to the County Clerk in Caldwell...

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