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Attend the Missouri PSC meetings and let your voice be heard.
Numerous agricultural associations and business groups across the state have recently expressed strong opposition to Grain Belt Express, a high-voltage electric line proposed to plow through northern Missouri on its way to the east coast. In a recent editorial, Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake...
If it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for your pets.
With cold weather on the way, the Animal Medical Center of Mid-America urges all pet owners to bring their pets inside and exercise the utmost caution when exposing pets to the cold. Pets rely on their owners to help keep them warm during cold weather. The Animal Medical Center of Mid-America’s...
"Celebrating the Music of Christmas"
The Caldwell County Christmas Chorus will be "Celebrating the Music of Christmas" this Sunday afternoon December 11 at 4:00 pm at the Hamilton Methodist Church with a variety of Christmas songs the whole family will enjoy. The chorus is made up of individuals from all parts of the county, and they...
The Missouri State Highway Patrol encourages motorists to plan ahead and drive safely.
Missouri’s weather forecast changes regularly, especially when winter is approaching. Depending on where you live in Missouri, the weather may be sunny, foggy, or include rain, hail, sleet, ice, or snow! The Missouri State Highway Patrol encourages motorists to plan ahead and drive safely or not at...
If perishable mail-order food is above 40 degrees at arrival, don’t eat or even taste it.
The gift of food can be a delightful part of the holidays. But before taking the first bite, make sure the food had a safe trip to your doorstep and didn’t take a detour into the temperature danger zone. “Mail-order food companies have an excellent safety record, but delays, breakage and failure of...
Calf prices will not increase soon
“Don’t look in the rearview mirror,” a University of Missouri Extension economist told cattle producers at the Kirksville Livestock Symposium. Scott Brown said record-setting high cattle prices are not likely to occur again soon. “The beef outlook approaches a new near-normal trend.” On the...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends of the 8th Legislative District! House Speaker Outlines Priorities for Upcoming Session With the legislative session just a month away, and the legislature now set to work with a governor who has shared policy priorities, House Speaker Todd Richardson recently took the time to...
Your holiday greenery may be toxic.
Evergreens, holly, mistletoe and other traditional plants adorning homes at this festive time of the year can pose risks, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. In days of old, evergreens and other plants used for holiday decoration were rarely brought into the home...
Preparing vehicles will keep them running throughout winter’s coldest day.
Cold weather is hard on cars and trucks, but a little preparation will keep vehicles running well throughout winter’s coldest days. A simple checklist starts with the battery. A cold car battery can’t deliver as much current. If your car has an aging battery, you might want to have it load tested...
Hamilton Hornets State Champions
The Hamilton Hornets became the new Class 1 State Champions winning their game on Saturday against the Monroe City Panthers. Congratulations Hornets!   For more on this story, see this week's and next week's editions of the Caldwell County News!

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