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“Farmers in twelve states received a temporary reprieve from The Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule yesterday, when a Federal District Court Judge in North Dakota granted an injunction against the rule.  The strongly worded decision by the judge found that the agencies likely both violated the Clean...
Jim Neely
In a letter to his caucus on Tuesday evening, Representative Jim Neely announced he would be seeking the post of Assistant Majority Floor Leader in the upcoming election.  “With the recent media attention surrounding our work and time in Jefferson City I’ve found myself reflecting more and more...
Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jason Kander today issued an Investor Alert for college students starting the new academic year, encouraging them to use six simple tips to protect themselves from online identity theft. “It’s a sad reality that there are scam artists who target college...
Kari Miller, Roger Avery, Russell Templemire, Gayla Woolery and Rich Johnson
Braymer teachers Kari Miller Kari Miller is teaching the second grade this year at Braymer C-4. She attended Park University and Avila University earning her degree of bachelor of Arts in athletic training and elementary education certification. She is also working on her masters of arts in...
The Polo school board members met Aug. 17 for their regular monthly meeting. The tax rate hearing was held and the tax rate was set at 4.6071, the exact same rate as the year before. Regular meeting was called to order with a light agenda of regular school business, payment of bills, and approving...
Mayor K.J. Rogers called the meeting to order with all council members present. Employees present were Tanya Mallory and Brandon Kehl. Minutes of the July meeting were discussed. Councilwoman Christine Owen informed the council that she did not think we should have commented on the property at A...
The City of Kidder met for their monthly meeting on Aug. 18. All members were present with the exception of Alderman Streu. Under unfinished business, the subject of street signs was discussed. The board agreed they needed to get a list of all signs in town and determine which ones they wanted to...
Brett O'Dell
St. Joseph Post..Former Caldwell County Deputy Brett O'Dell, 29, of St. Joseph, convicted of stealing prescription medications and cash from the evidence vault is facing a new drug charge. O'Dell was charged Sunday in DeKalb County with a felony for possession of a controlled substance. Deputy Kyle...
KINGSTON, Mo. - Route HH in Caldwell County will close Thursday, August 20, for a culvert replacement. Local crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation plan to close Route HH between SW Crow Road and NW Winchester from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting. Motorists will need to use an...
Stockings in small lakes aimed at boosting sport fishery quality
Anglers at some northwest Missouri lakes might find a hard-fighting surprise on the other end of their line. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) has stocked hybrid striped bass in several lakes. The stockings are part of an experiment in controlling an over-population of gizzard shad in...

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