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If you want your ad in the city-wide garage sales, it MUST BE IN BY THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 24! Because of the early deadline for the Memorial Day holiday our paper must be finished on Friday.
Reducing taxes benefits American families.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri families will keep more of their paychecks under a tax cut approved by the General Assembly Thursday evening.  Approved by a 101–40 vote, the legislation is a bold overhaul of Missouri’s tax policy. Sponsored by House Speaker Pro Tem Elijah Haahr (R-Springfield), HB...
Yellow Billed Cuckoo
Yellow Billed Cuckoos Since the first of the spring Robins arrived in late March, different bird species have been arriving or passing through on a regular basis. One of the last to arrive for the season is the Yellow Billed Cuckoo or Rain Crow as some people call them since they tend to call at...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings, friends of the 8th Legislative District! General Assembly Concludes Successful Session The members of the Missouri House and Senate finished up an extremely productive legislative session Friday evening as they gave final approval to several important measures. The regular session came...
Clean Missouri initiative will eliminate nearly all lobbyist gifts
Jefferson City - The Missouri General Assembly has adjourned without taking any action to end Jefferson City's obscene lobbyist gift culture. Again. •This year, like every year, there was talk about a lobbyist gift ban. •In 2017, there was talk about a lobbyist gift ban. •In 2016, there was talk...
Once sprayed, the dicamba moves to other farmer’s fields, destroying their crops.
Cape Girardeau, MO - United States District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh ruled on May 8, 2018 that a case will proceed to trial which alleges that Monsanto Company knowingly created an “ecological disaster” by marketing its Xtend cotton and soybean seeds to farmers without a safe herbicide. Judge...
Updates from the floor.
Updates from the floor of the Missouri Senate During the final week of the 2018 legislative session, the Missouri Senate was able to pass numerous bills that allow business owners to operate in a more competitive climate.  In addition, lawmakers were also able to pass two tax reform bills that aim...
Across most of the US, states are struggling to quell a worsening opiate epidemic. While this is happening, one problem continues to rage on in states across the country.  NBC News reported on meth with some shocking results. Not only is meth, also known as ice, crank, speed, chalk and gak, the...
Braymer C-4 Valedictorian Guner Ryals and Salutatorian Shelby Davies
Congratulations to all the graduates of 2018!
Photo by Josh Gowen
Even if you’re not a fisherman, you can tell when the crappie spawn is on. That's when you will see more fishermen on the banks and in boats on the lake than any other time of year.  You can get varying opinions, but for the most part, crappie spawn when the water temperatures get between 50-60...

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