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The Missouri Republican State Committee has announced it expects to host a traditional caucus on March 2 to choose its presidential preference candidate and has set the following rules for the … more
Missouri’s second-longest serving member of Congress announced Thursday he will not seek a ninth term. U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, a Republican who turns 72 this year, said in a social … more
LINN   —   Lane McKim, 14, of Linn, recently earned Cadet of the Year honors from the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps after stepping up to handle duties above and beyond his station. … more
Charges are pending against Belle Mayor Daryl White, Jr., according to Maries County Prosecuting Attorney Anthony Skouby. “I can confirm I was given a probable cause statement at … more
LOHMAN   — Blacksmith Artisanal Spirits co-owner Mike Broker, Jr., 82, a native of Frankenstein, is set to release “Four Brothers Whiskey,” a blend of four favorite whiskies in … more
Senior Lauren Berhorst, left, improved on her best time during Saturday’s Class 3 state cross-country championship at Gans Creek to earn 11th and All-State. Freshman Brie Massman in her first … more
Fatima shortstop Kinzey Woody hit her 16th home run of the year amid a seven-run third and delivered the game-winning hit in the bottom of the fifth to give the Lady Comets (35-4) a 12-2 win over St. … more
COLUMBIA — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is enc ouraging agricultural producers and forest landowners in Missouri to participate in voluntary conservation programs and adopt … more
Linn overcame a 6-0 deficit in Saturday’s Class 3 quarterfinal at home to defeat Elsberry 7-6 in eight innings on a walk-off hit. The win moves the Lady Cats to 22-6 on the year, and they will … more
Defending Class 3 state champion Fatima (33-4) hit the gas early and didn’t let up until the Lady Comets had completed a five-inning, 14-0 win in Saturday’s quarterfinal against … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Following news coming from Gov. Mike Parson’s Drought Assessment Committee, State Treasurer Vivek Malek announced he is keeping his office’s Farm Relief Loan … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri WIC has extended the temporary increase of the Cash Value Benefit (CVB) for fruit and vegetable purchases starting October 2023 and lasting through September of next … more
Columbia College’s Nursing program aims to improve lives by providing quality, innovative nursing education to both traditional and nontraditional students. Behind exceptional tutelage from … more
TREC Director of Field Training Services Craig Moeller of Bonnots Mill heads up the Lineman’s Rodeo and works with the international program. Kevin Prenger, a district supervisor at the … more
LINN   — Linn native Cameron Gehlert, a 2018 Linn High School graduate now living in Washington, D.C., has always forged his own path, which recently culminated in a six-week pilgrimage to … more
SPRINGFIELD   — Fatima softball players and teams from 1990-96 were celebrated for their dominance as they were inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame last Wednesday. Led by … more
LINN   — Saturday marked the seventh time supporters of the fight against human trafficking gathered at the Linn City Park for a 5K Run/Walk to benefit Rescue Innocence. A total of 58 … more
DEER   —   Sunday’s Memorial Day service at Deer Creek Cemetery drew a good crowd for a celebration that began inside St. Peters Church — founded on Sept. 27, 1866 — … more
HERMANN — The Missouri Attorney’s Office has added another member to its team as it prepares for the May 26 preliminary hearing of Kenneth Lee Simpson, the 35-year-old man charged with … more
Volunteers Cody Fulkerson, Janet Baker, Molly Bax, Dana Peters, Renee Nilges, Laura Voss, and Be the Match Recruitment Coordinator Erika Hatfield added 20 individuals to the bone marrow registry on … more
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