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A small town in northwestern Missouri is one of seven communities in the nation testing experimental technology that could expand rural access to high-speed internet and the opportunities that can bring. Missouri University of Science and Technology is leading a team that has been awarded a one-...
Senator Hoskins, right, joined the governor, first lady and local and federal officials in turning the first dirt toward construction of the Little Otter Creek Reservoir.
The Legislature returned to Jefferson City this week following a one-week spring recess. During our time away from the Capitol, I was honored to participate in a ground-breaking ceremony marking the beginning of the construction phase of the Little Otter Creek Reservoir project. This event, held...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – On Thursday, March 25th, I presented two pieces of legislation to two separate committees.I had the honor of speaking to the Committee on Economic Development about House Bill 1180, a bill I've sponsored that would create the State Building Usage Task Force. This Task Force...
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Today, Governor Mike Parson joined the Kansas City Chiefs, County Executive Frank White, and other state and local partners in recognizing the success of last weekend's state-supported vaccination events in the Kansas City area.  "Working together, our mega and targeted...
Commissioner Jonathan Abbott and daughter Alexandria, First Lady Teresa Parson, Gov. Mike Parson, Representative Randy Railsback and Presiding Commissioner Bud Motsinger. The boy on the left is Collins Duke Allen, son of Duke and Paula Allen, the boy on the right is Stockton Railsback, son of Craig and Scarlett Railsback.
Presiding Commissioner, Bud Motsinger, hosted a meeting at the Church of the Nazarene Friday morning prior to the groundbreaking ceremony which was held at 1:00 at the dam site of the Little Otter Creek. The meeting was attended by approximately 30 people who have been involved in the lake project...
A Mid-Session Recap The Missouri General Assembly is on spring recess this week, so there was no legislative activity at the State Capitol. Most senators and representatives have spent the week back in their respective districts, meeting with constituents, while also trying to catch up on the...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – It has been a rainy week in Northwest Missouri, but that hasn’t stopped us from being busy and getting work done. While I’ve been back in the district this week, I’ve spent my time assisting constituents, preparing for committee meetings, and working on preparations for the...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – The House worked hard to have a productive week in preparation for Legislative Spring Break. Legislators use this break time to return to our districts to conduct business, visit with constituents, and accomplish tasks that can’t be done while we are out of town in Jefferson...
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, recently added new audio to his media page, which is located on his Missouri Senate website. This page features audio and video for visitors to listen to and watch Sen. Hoskins address issues that are important to him and the citizens of the...
Green Hills Communications and the City of Chillicothe, Missouri hosted a celebration, Tuesday, March 2, 2021, to introduce the city's new 10 gigabit per second (10 Gig) fiber optic Internet network designed for current and future businesses.  Governor Mike Parson, Chillicothe City Administrator...

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