Local and Regional News

7/22-Ring Stolen, But Not Gone For Long


Two men stole a $17,599 diamond ring by having a fake replica made.

Thee theft happened Thursday afternoon at Glasscock Jewelry, 701 N. Charles St. in Warrensburg.
 

7/22-Refunding Money


The Osage Valley Electric Cooperative Board of Directors has approved the refund of capital credits in the amount of $885,723.

7/22-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


An injury from Warrensburg and arrests from Warrensburg and Warsaw.
 

7/22-Latest from the Brownfield Network


Missouri corn/soybeans still flourishing, plus two other stories

 

7/22-TV Star Discovers...


TV star discovers ancestor with connection to historic Missouri prison (VIDEO)

MONet  July 22, 2014 By Mike Lear

A show airing Wednesday night on TLC follows a television star whose search of her family history appears to have turned up one of the Missouri State Penitentiary’s many dark stories.
 

7/22-McCaskill, Blunt Tell...


vets that nation owes them (AUDIO)

July 22, 2014 By Bob Priddy

Senator McCaskill tells a national veterans conference everybody in Washington talks about helping veterans.  But she says it’s harder to actually do something.  And Senator Blunt says it’s time to end a “shameful” breach of faith.

7/22-Vice-President Biden Tells...


veterans nation has sacred obligation (AUDIO)

MONet  July 21, 2014 By Bob Priddy

Vice-President Joe Biden tells a national veterans convention in St. Louis the country has a long ways to go to meet its obligations to veterans.

7/21-Don't be a Victim!


Suspicious Fundraising Activities Occurring in Clinton Area
It has come to the attention of the Clinton Cardinal Booster Club that an unknown person attempted to solicit cash donations from area businesses and stated the purpose of the funds is to upgrade the sign at the Stadium Complex at the Clinton Middle School.

7/21-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Arrests this past weekend from Clinton, Garden City, Warrensburg, Belton, and Springfield.

7/21-New Jobs for KC


FoodServiceWarehouse.com selects Kansas City to locate its newest distribution center

7/21-Latest from the Henry Co. Health Center


Weekly tips, news, updates, and more.

7/21-National Farmers Market Week


Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack Proclaims August 3-9 National Farmers Market Week

7/21-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 18, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 21, 2014

7/21-Henry Co. Commission to Meet


Henry County Commission
Open Meeting
2nd Floor Henry County Courthouse
100 W Franklin, Rm 210, Clinton, MO
9:00 a.m., Tuesday July22, 2014

7/21-SPEAKOUT 7/22


DAVID LEE'S GUESTS ON SPEAKOUT ON TUESDAY WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THE ANNUAL BACK-TO-SCHOOL FAIR WHICH IS COMING UP LATER THIS MONTH IN CLINTON. LISTEN IN AT 9:40AM ON KDKD FM AND INTERNET, 12:15PM ON KDKD AM1280 AND YOU CAN HEAR IT FOR A WEEK AT WWW.WESTCENTRALMOINFO.COM.
 

7/21-McCaskill-Blunt Bill Will Give...


Certainty to Power Generators, Protect Reliability
Senators introduce bipartisan bill to help utilities comply with grid reliability, ease conflicting environmental regulation

7/21-National Park and Rec Month


Missourians Urged to be Outdoors: It's "National Park and Rec Month"
 

7/21-Adrian Resident Named to Board


Gov. Nixon makes board and commission appointments
Jefferson CiTY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced his appointments to five boards and commissions. The appointees will be subject to confirmation by the Missouri Senate, with the exception of the Missouri Statewide Independent Living Council.

7/21-National Parks Equal Money


National park tourism in Missouri creates $287 million in economic benefit

New report shows visitor spending supports 4,758 jobs in the Show Me State

7/21-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Monday, July 21
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/21-Meeting About Agriculture in MO


Important Agriculture Meeting in Clinton Wednesday Night
On Aug. 5, voters of Missouri will have the opportunity to shape the future of agriculture as we know it with their vote on Amendment 1, the Missouri Farming Rights Amendment to the Missouri Constitution.

7/21-From the St. Clair Co. Sheriff's Office Report


News Release for July 13-20

St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office
News Release for July 13-20, 2014
St. Clair County Sheriff Office deputies took a variety of reports during the week of July 13-20. Sheriff Scott Keeler said deputies made several arrests and took reports of stealing and property damage.
 

7/21-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Only one injury in West-Central MO this past weekend, but plenty of arrests.
 

7/21-From the Brownfield Network


Feeder cattle sell lower at Missouri auctions, plus other stories for the Show-Me State.

 

7/21-The State Chamber Applauds...


signing of bill redefining ‘misconduct’

MONet  July 21, 2014 By Mike Lear

The state Chamber says a bill that will make it harder to get unemployment benefits will benefit both employees and employers.

7/21-Even More Dangerous!?!?


New Madrid Fault zone more dangerous (AUDIO)

MONet  July 20, 2014 By Bob Priddy

The United States Geological Service says the New Madrid Seismic Zone has grown and has become more dangerous in the last six years.
 

7/21-Gun Rights Amendment...


cleared for August ballot in Missouri

MONet  July 18, 2014 By Bob Priddy


The constitutional amendment will be on the August 5 ballot.
 

7/21-Senator McCaskill Says...


GM legal team’s actions ‘killed innocent customers’

MONet  July 18, 2014 By Mike Lear

Senator Claire McCaskill (D) has gone after General Motors’ legal team for its handling of reports of ignition switch problems on vehicles including the Chevrolet Cobalt, now linked to 13 fatal crashes including one in Missouri.
 

7/21-Ruling Against...


California death penalty could be raised in Missouri execution cases

MONet  July 18, 2014 By Mike Lear

A federal judge in California has ruled that state’s death penalty takes so long to be carried out it breaks the constitutional ban on cruel and unusual punishment.

7/18-From U.S. Rep. Hartzler


View From the Capitol
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler's Newsletter for the Week of July 14-18, 2014

7/18-SPEAKOUT 7/21


DAVID LEE'S GUESTS ON SPEAKOUT ON MONDAY WILL BE FROM THE CLINTON OFFICE OF THE MO CAREER CENTER. LISTEN IN AT 9:40AM ON KDKD FM AND INTERNET, 12:15PM ON KDKD AM1280 AND YOU CAN HEAR IT FOR A WEEK AT WWW.WESTCENTRALMOINFO.COM.
 

7/18-Clinton P.D Arrest Report


Arrests from Clinton and Lowry City.

7/18-HCSO Report and Special Press Release


HENRY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
NEWS RELEASE

FRIDAY, JULY 18, 2014


Drug Search Warrant Executed in Urich on Thursday Afternoon

7/18-Clinton School Board to Meet


CLINTON SCHOOL DISTRICT
701 S. 8th Street
CLINTON, MISSOURI 64735

Regular Monthly Meeting

Agenda

7/18-The Latest from the Henry Co. Commission


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI
TUESDAY JULY 15, 2014, 5th DAY OF THE JULY 2014 TERM
The Henry County Commission met pursuant to adjournment at the courthouse in Clinton, Missouri.
Those members present were: Jim Stone-Presiding Commissioner
Daniel Doll-North District Commissioner
Jim Talley-South District Commissioner
Rick Watson- County Clerk

7/18-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Friday, July 18
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/18-Targeting Distracted Driving


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri insurance department is mounting a campaign against distracted driving.
 

7/18-Should Online Account Die...


when you die?
By ANNE FLAHERTY
(WASHINGTON, AP) — Should your emails, web albums and other online accounts die when you do? Or should you be able to pass them down to a family member much as you would a house or a box of letters?
 

7/18-Payments and Loans


Many utilities allow payday lenders to collect utility bill payments from customers, but Missouri regulators are considering whether to stop the practice.
 

7/18-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Two injuries, including one from Urich...and two arrests.
 

7/18-From the Brownfield Network


Economics in agriculture are changing

MONet  July 17, 2014 By Meghan Grebner

The economics of the ag industry are changing.

7/18-State to Limit...


pension advance operators

MONet  July 18, 2014 By Bob Priddy

Missouri will become the first state later this summer to ban operations that state officials say can defraud thouands of retirees out of all or part of their pensions.
 

7/18-Henry Co. 4-H FFA Livestock Sale


July 17, 2014
 

7/17-MoDOT Express Lane


Hundreds of Transportation Priorities Included in Finalized List..plus other stories.
 

7/17-New Scholarship Money


WGU Missouri Offers New Scholarship For Master's Degrees in Business

7/17-$ for Education


$20.2 Million in Lottery Proceeds Sent to Education
 
           

7/17-New Jobs for KC!


IT consulting firm expands Kansas City headquarters, creating 96 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces
 
ECCO Select sets sight on global markets supported by $1.04 million expansion of its KC headquarters

7/17-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Two arrests, both are from Clinton.

7/17-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 16, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 17, 2014

7/17-SPEAKOUT 7/21-7/24


KDKD'S SPEAKOUT CAN BE HEARD ONCE AGAIN THIS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY. OUR GUESTS ON MONDAY WILL BE FROM THE CLINTON CAREER CENTER...THE 'BACK TO SCHOOL FAIR' WILL BE FEATURED ON TUESDAY...THE 'WALLBUILDERS PROGRAM' WILL BE PREVIEWED ON WED...AND OUR MONTHLY VISIT FROM THE CLINTON OFFICE OF THE MO DEPT. OF CONSERVATION ON THURSDAY.

7/17-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Thursday, July 17
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/17-Meetings Coming Up Concerning Rail-Trail


Sen. Emery Encourages Affected Landowners on Rock Island Corridor to Attend Meeting
 
Jefferson City — The Rock Island Corridor that makes its way through the heart of the 31st Senatorial District is being converted into a public rail-trail as part of the Rock Island State Park.

7/17-Apple E-Books Settlement


Jefferson City, Mo. – Attorney General Chris Koster today announced that the 33 states litigating against Apple in the e-books antitrust litigation have reached a settlement that will pay up to $400 million in consumer damages if the liability order entered against Apple is affirmed by an appeals court.

7/17-A+...Plus!


COLUMBIA, Mo. The Missouri Department of Higher Education is planning to expand a state scholarship program to some students who entered the United States without legal permission before they were 16 years old, the department's attorney said.  

7/17-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


An injury from Deepwater.

7/17-MO Executes Prisoner(five stories)


Middleton stay to be lifted at 6 p.m...and his death came shortly thereafter.
MissouriNet
July 16, 2014 By Bob Priddy

7/17-The Right to Try


Backers, critics argue significance of Missouri’s new ‘right to try’ law

MONet  July 16, 2014 By Mike Lear

 

7/16-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Two arrests, both are from Clinton.

7/16-Where to Vote in Henry Co.


NEWS RELEASE
FROM HENRY COUNTY CLERK
RICK WATSON

Many voting locations within the County have changed, so please pay special attention to where your voting location may be for future elections.

7/16-Pro-Business!


Missouri moves up to #8 in “Top 10 Pro-Business States” rankings compiled by leading brokerage firm
 

7/16-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 15, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 16, 2014

7/16-Money and Safety for Roads


Hartzler and House approve bill to fund highways and keep Missouri families safe on the road
 
 

7/16-Latest from the Henry Co. Commission


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI
THURSDAY JULY 10th, 2014, 4th DAY OF THE JULY 2014 TERM


The Henry County Commission met pursuant to adjournment at the courthouse in Clinton, Missouri.
 

7/16-25 Years and Going Strong!


Whiteman to Commemorate 25th Anniversary of B-2 Stealth Bomber's First Flight

WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. – The 509th Bomb Wing here will mark the 25th anniversary of the B-2’s first flight July 17, 2014.

7/16-From State Senator Emery


Legislative Report for July 15, 2014

August Ballot Issues
 
 

7/16-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Wednesday, July 16
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/16-Three Stabbed in Sedalia


SEDALIA - The Sedalia Police Department reported a triple stabbing in the area of Second Street and Massachusetts Avenue around 11 p.m. Monday.
 

7/16-The City of Warsaw...


has received word that the Quad Lakes Solid Waste Management Dist. has awarded a grant to the City of Warsaw for $21,750.

7/16-Clinton City Council Meets


The Clinton City Council met in regular session for the second time this month last night.

7/16-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Injuries from Drexel and Chilhowee plus arrests from Sedalia.

7/16-From the Brownfield Network


No soybean checkoff referendum

July 15, 2014 By Bob Meyer

There will not be a vote on the soybean checkoff this year.

7/16-Busy Day Yest. Because of John Middleton(four stories)


Last hours court fight to save Middleton.  An execution that was on again, off again, all day long.

 

7/15-Business Filing Options


Kander Expands Online Business Filing Options with New Website

7/15-Warsaw and Osceola Men Have Privileges Suspended


The Conservation Commission met July 10 and 11 at the Anita B. Gorman Conservation Discovery Center in Kansas City.

7/15-Warsaw Resident Wins Tanks of Thanks


Local Resident Wins Free Fuel From Cenex
 
Tanks of Thanks® program rewards Warsaw resident for making a difference in the community
 
 

7/15-Corps to Host 'Industry Day' for Local Contractors


KANSAS CITY, Mo.,—The Kansas City District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers along with officials at Whiteman Air Force Base are scheduled to host an Industry Day for contractors on July 23 at the AmVets Post 143 in Knob Noster, Mo., from 1 to 3 p.m.

7/15-DED Releases June 2014 Jobs Report


Jefferson City, Mo. – Missouri’s unemployment rate fell by a tenth of a point in June to 6.5 percent, according to seasonally adjusted data released by the Missouri Department of Economic Development.

7/15-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 14, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 15, 2014

7/15-Don't Pay to Search!


State Treasurer Clint Zweifel warns Missourians of dubious Unclaimed Property websites
Missourians should never pay to search for or claim their Unclaimed Property
 
 

7/15-Happy With a Veto


American Heart Association Salutes Missouri Governor Jay Nixon
for Vetoing Legislation that Exempts E-Cigarettes from Tobacco Regulation
Senate Bill 841 weakens tobacco laws, is supported by Big Tobacco & threatens public health  

7/15-Gov. Nixon Announces Final Bill Actions


July 14, 2014
JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced his final actions on bills passed by the 97th General Assembly. 

7/15-Gov. Nixon Vetoes Legislation


July 14, 2014
...that would have jeopardized public health by exempting e-cigarettes from tobacco laws
 
With long-term effects of e-cigarettes unknown, health groups say loopholes for e-cigarettes would put public health at risk

7/15-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Tuesday, July 15
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/15-Cannabis Extract


Missourians with epilepsy that cannot be effectively treated by conventional means will now be able to use a cannabis extract under legislation signed into law Monday by Gov. Jay Nixon.
 

7/15-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


An injury from Harrisonville and three arrests from Sedalia.
 

7/15-From the Brownfield Network


Missouri corn and soybeans ahead, plus two other stories.

 

7/15-Supreme Court Hears...


gun rights amendment arguments

MONet  July 15, 2014 By Mike Lear

The Missouri Supreme Court has heard arguments on whether what appears on next month’s ballot about a proposed gun rights amendment says all it should say.
 

7/14-Clinton P.D. Arrest Reports


Six arrests, all from Clinton.

7/14-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 11, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 14, 2014

7/14-Newer Cars Saving MO Drivers Money at the Gas Pump


Jefferson City, MO – A new survey finds fuel-efficiency standards are saving some drivers in Missouri and other states money at the gas pump. Those with 2014 model vehicles are saving about 20 percent more on gasoline than their fellow motorists in 2008 models, according to the research from the Consumer Federation of America.
 

7/14-Online Master's Degree


...in Criminal Justice Recognized for Affordability

WARRENSBURG, MO (July 11, 2014) – A sign that the University of Central Missouri’s efforts to help make quality education more accessible are paying off, GetEducated.com has named UCM among 18 schools nationwide that offer “best affordable online master’s degrees in criminal justice.”
 

7/14-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Monday, July 14
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/14-The Right to Farm


In the nation’s agricultural heartland, farming is more than a multibillion-dollar industry that feeds the world. It could be on track to become a right, written into law alongside the freedom of speech and religion.
 

7/14-Latest from the St. Clair Co. Sheriff's Office


St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release for July 6-13, 2014


St. Clair County Sheriff Scott Keeler said deputies made several arrests and took reports of burglary and stealing during the week of July 6-13.
 

7/14-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


A fatality in Benton Co., serious injuries from Hume, injuries from Osceola and others...plus arrests from Clinton, Warrensburg and others as well.

7/14-Injury Report from the MO State Water Patrol Division


Injury from Adrian.

7/14-From the Brownfield Network


Concerns shared about Farm Bill implementation, plus some other stories.

7/14-Child Advocate: Supreme Court...


reverses decisions that endangered children

MONet  July 14, 2014 By Mike Lear

The state Supreme Court has issued rulings in two cases that advocates worried could have halted some child abuse investigations and caused names to be taken off the child abuse registry.
 

7/14-St. Louis VA Whistleblower...


tells congressional committee about retaliation (AUDIO)

MONet  July 14, 2014 By Bob Priddy


A St. Louis psychiatrist has told a Congressional committee how the Veterans Administration retaliated against him when he reported on distressing service to veterans.

7/11-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 10, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 11, 2014

7/11-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Arrests from Clinton and Springfield.

7/11-A Move to Warsaw


RSVP: Care Connection Moves Headquarters to Warsaw
 

7/11-Latest from Henry Co. Commission


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI
TUESDAY JULY 8, 2014, 3rd DAY OF THE JULY 2014 TERM
The Henry County Commission met pursuant to adjournment at the courthouse in Clinton, Missouri.

7/11-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Friday, July 11
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/11-Helping Missouri's Kids


After years of struggling to complete timely child abuse investigations and often missing the mark, Missouri’s child welfare workers have been handed what advocates say is critical relief.
 

7/11-Jump to It, Missouri!


Missourians, get your feet apart and your arms up in the air: Jumping jacks are now the state exercise.
 

7/11-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


No arrests but three injuries from West-Central MO.
 

7/11-From the Brownfield Network


Small tractors are selling, plus four other stories for the Show-Me State.

 

7/11-Agriculture Groups Gear Up...


to fight vetoes (AUDIO)

MONet  July 11, 2014 By Bob Priddy

Missouri agriculture groups, angered that Governor Nixon has vetoed a couple of bills declaring deer to be livestock, will be pressuring the legislature to override the vetoes.
 

7/11-Budget Restrictions Mean...


no raise for transportation employees, either

MONet  July 11, 2014 By Mike Lear

Transportation Department employees, like other state employees, will not be getting a raise because of actions taken by Governor Jay Nixon (D) with the budget.
 

7/11-Gov. Nixon Vetoes Payday Loan Bill


...says it is not ‘meaningful reform’

MONet  July 10, 2014 By Mike Lear

Governor Jay Nixon (D) has vetoed legislation aimed at restricting payday loans, dismissing the bill as not being true reform.
 

7/11-Gov. Nixon Vetoes Bill


...to allow sale of alcohol in State Capitol, historic penitentiary

MONet  July 10, 2014 By Mike Lear

Governor Jay Nixon (D) has vetoed a bill that would allow alcohol to be sold at events in the State Capitol and the historic Missouri State Penitentiary.

7/10-Veto of Two Bills


Gov. Nixon vetoes bills on payday loans, short-term installment lenders
Payday loan “reform” bill fails to protect consumers, and bill on short-term lenders would restrict local regulatory authority, Governor says
 

7/10-New Website for Claire



McCaskill Launches Updated, User-Friendly Website
Senator: website offers one-stop-shop with improved services, tools for Missourians

7/10-Emery Gets an 'A'


AFP-Missouri Recognizes Senator Ed Emery as a 2014 Defender of Prosperity  
AFP-MO Gives Senator Emery an A on 2014 Scorecard
 

7/10-MO RX


Gov. Nixon signs bill to reauthorize Missouri Rx program
Governor signs 10 bills, vetoes three others; includes signing statements with bills to license “assistant physicians,” saying rigorous oversight is necessary
 

7/10-Clinton Police Dept. Arrest Report


An arrest of a Columbia, MO woman.

7/10-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 9, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 10, 2014

7/10-Proper Pruning Encouraged


MDC urges proper pruning to help storm-damaged trees
Careful pruning and tender loving care may save some trees.
 

7/10-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Thursday, July 10
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/10-From the MO Dairy Assoc.


Local Dairy Left Out in the Cold

July 9. Chesterfield…Missouri's 2,000 local dairy farmers and their 15 processing plants have been left out in the cold with Governor Nixon's veto of the two Omnibus Agriculture Bills, House Bill 1326 and Senate Bill 506.

7/10-Want to be a Conservation Agent?


Missouri Department of Conservation is accepting applications for its next agent trainee class.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is accepting applications from July 21 through Aug. 18 for its next class of conservation agent trainees.

7/10-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Injuries from Lincoln and Butler and arrests from Sedalia.

7/10-Driver Exam Changes in This Area


Driver Examination Changes And Temporary Closings Within Troop A

The following changes and closings of specific driver examination stations within Troop A will occur in July and August.

7/10-Here's the Latest from the Brownfield Network


A push for immigration reform, plus four other stories of interest.


 

7/10-Highway Commission's Role...


on Amendment 7, post project list approval

MONet  July 10, 2014 By Mike Lear

Now that the Highways and Transportation Commission has approved a final project list for the Amendment 7 ballot issue, it’s not going to totally step away from the issue.
 

7/10-Sexual Assault Survey...


shows improvements needed (AUDIO)

MONet  July 10, 2014 By Bob Priddy

A  survey of 440 public and private colleges and universities shows many of them have poor records of handling campus sexual assault complaints.

7/10-How Will You Vote?


Highway commission approves Amdt 7 project list (link to list)

MONet  July 9, 2014 By Mike Lear

The State Highways and Transportation Commission has approved a proposed project list for Amendment 7 on the August ballot, which proposes raising the sales tax three-quarters of one percent to pay for transportation projects over ten years.

7/9-The List is Done and You Can See It


Hundreds of Transportation Priorities Included in Finalized List
 
JEFFERSON CITY – When Missourians head to the polls on Aug. 5, they will know exactly what their tax dollars will bring to the state if they approve Constitutional Amendment 7.

7/9-Protecting Missouri's Children


Gov. Nixon signs legislation to protect Missouri’s children
 

7/9-Clinton Man Dies After Accident Last Week


The accident happened on July 2nd.

7/9-Koster Supports Amendment


Attorney General Koster Endorses Amendment #1

7/9-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Arrests from Clinton and IL.

7/9-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 8, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 9, 2014

7/9-Small Business Friendliness


AFP on Missouri’s C Grade for Small Business Climate
JEFFERSON CITY - A report released before the 4th of July illustrates why Americans for Prosperity - Missouri put regulatory reform in our long term policy agenda, Path to Prosperity. The report, put out by The Economist, gave Missouri a “C” grade for overall friendliness to small business. 
 

7/9-From Gov. Jay Nixon


Special interest tax breaks jeopardize outdoor economy, Gov. Nixon says
Special sales tax breaks would drain $245.7 million over the next decade from voter-approved resources for conservation, parks and soil and water districts. 
 

7/9-Prohibiting Pension Advances


Treasurer Zweifel’s top legislative priority signed, Missouri becomes first state in the nation to prohibit pension advances
Treasurer Zweifel’s legislative priorities become law

7/9-Latest from Henry Co. Commission


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI
THURSDAY JULY 3RD, 2014, 2ND DAY OF THE JULY 2014 TERM

The Henry County Commission met pursuant to adjournment at the courthouse in Clinton, Missouri.

7/9-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Wednesday, July 9
(Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)
 
 

7/9-Absentee Voting in MO


Absentee Voting
Registered Missourians who will not be able to go to their polling place on Election Day may vote absentee beginning six weeks prior to an election.
 

7/9-Take Down My Mugshot!


People humiliated by online mugshots of their past arrests will soon have greater legal options in Missouri.

7/9-Extremely Contagious


As temperatures climb, more children are coming down with cases of hand-foot-and-mouth disease.

7/9-MO Launches Website for Military Voters


Missouri residents stationed elsewhere because of military service can now use a state website to get ballots for elections.
 

7/9-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Accidents in Pettis and Johnson counties.

7/9-Latest from the Brownfield Network


RFA: Oil companies ‘covertly’ block increased ethanol use...plus two other stories.


 

7/9-A Veto and an Expected Overturn(three stories)


Nixon vetoes to agriculture bills, cite opposition to captive cervid language

 

7/9-Not Considered a No Fly Zone


Nixon will keep flying (AUDIO)

MONet  July 9, 2014 By Bob Priddy

Governor Nixon brushes off criticism from some legislative leaders that he’s using Highway Patrol airplanes too much.
 

7/9-Missourians Cleaning Up...


getting power back after storms

MONet  July 8, 2014 By Mike Lear

The wave of severe storms that swept south through the state Monday evening through Tuesday morning downed trees and power poles and damaged some structures.
 

7/9-Tragic End to Search


All the yelling in the world wasn’t going to bring “Gene” Cory-Ferguson home safe.
 

7/8-Search for Missing 5 Year Old Boy in Cass County


PRESS RELEASE
 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                             Acting Public Information Officer:
July 8th,

7/8-Deer Are Not Livestock


Gov. Nixon vetoes two bills defining captive deer as livestock
Governor points out Missouri Constitution gives Conservation Commission sole regulatory authority over wildlife; says bill provisions are clearly unconstitutional
 

7/8-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE
Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477
July 7, 2014 0700 a.m.- July 8, 2014

7/8-That's a Lot of Boy Scouts!


Boy Scouts return to State Technical College of Missouri for Merit Badge University

Linn MO - More than 350 Boy Scouts of America will gather at State Technical College of Missouri on Saturday, July 26, 2014 for the Boy Scouts Merit Badge University.

7/8-Charges Filed in Henry Co.


Henry County Prosecuting Attorney Richard Shields has announced the filing of charges in a recent case that drew a lot of public attention. He said that social media discussions and rumors in the community had painted a story much different than reality.

7/8-Home Invasion in Clinton(two stories)


On the morning of Sunday, July 6th at 4:17 A.M., Clinton Police were dispatched to a residence in the 200 block of North Fourth Street.  Upon arrival officers contacted the resident who stated that a man and a woman had apparently broken into his home while he was sleeping.

7/1-Volunteers Needed for FAITH in Clinton


RSVP-Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

Volunteers Needed for FAITH (Families Assisted In Transitional Housing)

 

7/1-Don't Call Primaris


Ghostbusters and QIO Program Turn 30: Who You Gonna Call for Medicare Concerns?
Primaris will no longer handle Missouri Medicare case reviews beginning August 1

 

6/30-Have Problem Wildlife? MDC Can Help


Get help with nuisance wildlife and learn how to prevent problems at mdc.mo.gov/node/2573.
By Bonnie Chasteen, Missouri Department of Conservation
 

6/30-How to Complain About Food and/or Septic System


Complaints concerning food and/or septic can be made to the Henry County Health Center in the following manner:

6/30-Wanting Seniors to Apply for Food Stamps


By Kaye Fair, Public Information Coordinator, Care Connection For Aging Services

More older Americans find it difficult to afford to eat right, and many who are eligible for financial help never apply.

6/26-Don't Sweat It


...Consumer Tips for Reducing Summer Energy Costs
Houston, TX – The Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), an organization that advocates for energy consumers, today released 10 tips for energy consumers to save money on summer energy bills.

6/26-Avoid Summer Tragedy


...Never Leave Kids In Cars
It's a parent's worst nightmare, but it happens every summer: kids suffer heatstroke and in some cases die after being left in hot cars.

6/24-Make Safety Part of Your Summer Fun


The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that thus far, June 2014 has included 10 drownings in Missouri. Colonel Ron Replogle, superintendent of the Patrol, urges everyone to make safety a top priority as they enjoy Missouri’s variety of rivers and lakes. Please follow these simple guidelines when swimming, floating, or taking part in any activity near water.

 

6/24-MoDOT Express Lane


On Aug. 5, Missouri voters will have an opportunity to decide on Constitutional Amendment 7, a ballot measure to temporarily raise the sales tax by ¾ of a cent with all proceeds going toward needed transportation improvements statewide...plus other stories for the Show-Me State.

6/24-Poll Workers Needed for Primary Election


Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jason Kander today encouraged Missourians to sign up to be poll workers and help run the state’s upcoming primary election on August.

6/23-Keep Your Cool


ST. LOUIS - Summer is here, and health officials in Missouri are urging residents to stay cool in what can be a dangerous time of year.
 
 

6/20-Hot Summer Temps Put Pets in Peril


Kansas City, MO – Warmer temperatures mean more Missourians are out and about with their furry companions, but animal experts say leaving pets in cars can turn a day out into disaster very quickly.
 

6/20-Stay Cool!


Cooling Centers Provide Relief from Summer Heat - June 22-28 is Missouri Summer Weather Safety Week
 

6/10-Trooper Back to Work


A Missouri trooper involved in a recent incident in which an Iowa man drowned in the Lake of the Ozark is back at work.

5/23-Recertification Training


Central Missouri Police Academy to Offer POST Recertification Training
 
WARRENSBURG, MO (May 20, 2014) – The Central Missouri Police Academy at the University of Central Missouri, in cooperation with Midwest Police Consultants LLC and the Clinton Police Department, is offering 27 hours of POST-approved continuing education credit.

5/21-Give...Blood!


With Memorial Day coming up, a seasonal slump in blood and platelet donations typically begins with this unofficial start of summer.

5/19-Clinton Activities Include an Open House


Below are important dates for the upcoming 2014-15 school year.

5/8-Highway Patrol Encourages Water Safety


The Missouri State Highway Patrol reminds boaters to exercise safety and courtesy during the 2014 boating season at Lake of the Ozarks.

4/28-Food Safety After a Storm


USDA Food Safety Tips for States in the South
and Midwest Affected by Severe Storms
 

4/25-Pets Want to be Cool Too!


Humane Socity of Missouri AND
ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER OF MID-AMERICA
ISSUE Early Hot Weather Reminder to Keep Pets Safe
 
Rescue this week prompts warning:
Do not leave pets in cars when temperatures are near or above 70 degrees

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