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This is the unofficial result of the August 4th Primary Election.
MDC State Furbearer Biologist Laura Conlee (l) works with a former black bear technician (r) on collaring a black bear as part of MDC’s Black Bear Management Plan research and monitoring efforts as MDC Wildlife Damage Biologist Scott McWilliams observes.
Joe Jerek, July 23, 2020 The black bear is one of the largest and heaviest wild mammals in Missouri with some reaching up to 500 pounds. It is also a long-distance roamer constantly in search of food. While black bears are usually very secretive and avoid encounters with people, a growing number of...
Greetings Friends of the 8th! This week many Missourians chose to exercise one of their most important rights by heading to the polls to vote in the August primary. Men and women from all over the state participated in the elections process to help determine who will represent them in the halls of...
Secretary Bernhardt (Right) and Executive Director of the Task Force Charles Laudner at the Department of the Interior Headquarters for the second meeting of the Task Force. Photo Credit: Department of the interior Photographer.
Today, the Trump Administration Task Force for Building and Rebuilding Monuments to American Heroes (Task Force) held its second meeting. “Since the inaugural meeting in mid-July, the Task Force has moved at an aggressive clip to execute the President’s Executive Order to recognize and protect...
SALEM, Mo. – Understanding and applying for veterans services can be a challenge, and help can be hard to come by, especially in rural communities. Tigers for Troops, a partnership of University of Missouri Extension and the MU School of Law Veterans Clinic, connects veterans to vital resources...
Missouri Farm Bureau’s Board of Directors has voted to oppose Constitutional Amendment 2 on Missouri’s August ballot. If passed, this Amendment could cripple the state budget by imposing massive new healthcare costs on Missouri taxpayers. “Pouring more taxpayer dollars into Medicaid without fixing...
Greetings Friends of the 8th District! The weather has definitely been hot lately! As temperatures begin to soar, please remember to check in on our elderly family members and neighbors. Often times they will not reach out for help when they need it, so just a call to check up on them goes a long...
Building collapse at intersection of HWY13 and 116 HWY. Photo by Andrew Pratt
POLO, Mo. – Caldwell County Route 13 is now closed in Polo after a building collapsed into the roadway last night. Local maintenance crews from Missouri Department of Transportation have closed the road between Route 116 and Stoutmore Street until further notice for the safety of motorists. During...
Thousands of Missourians gathered in Jefferson City in April to protest Governor Parson's stay-at-home order.
A coalition of anti-lockdown groups across Missouri endorsed Dr. Jim Neely for governor today. Keep Missouri Open and its affiliates represent over 100,000 Missourians who rallied against Governor Parson's first stay-at-home order and who continue to advocate against a second lockdown that the...
Today, Governor Mike Parson signed SB 600 to help address violent crime in Missouri. SB 600 modifies and creates several provisions relating to dangerous felonies, including offenses of conspiracy, unlawful possession of firearms, criminal street gangs, and vehicle hijacking. “As Governor and a...

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