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Missouri Municipal League
Lawrence County Record
MV aldermen pass ordinances for new, small subdivision
...second ordinance authorized Davis to act as the appointed Director to the Southwest Missouri Joint Municipal Water Utility Commission and Kelley to act as the appointed alternate.
The Mt. Vernon Board of...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Ashcroft won’t use random sampling to certify marijuana, ranked-choice initiatives
...said he used random sampling in 2020 to avoid burdening local election authorities so close to a municipal election, which had been moved from April to June because of COVID-19. But Democrats argued Ashcroft's...
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KCUR
Kansas City hopes planting more trees will create 'a city within a park' and combat climate change
...attributable to trees, saying in the forest master plan that they provide more than $28 million annually in municipal services, such as storm water management, air pollution control and energy reduction.

The plan...
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Lincoln County Journal
Retired judge hopes city continues to address needs of the people
Chances are if you have been in front of a judge, it has been a municipal court judge. If you have been in front of a municipal court judge in the past 21 years, it has been Judge John Boeh.


Boeh, a recently...
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Carthage Press   +2 other publications
James "Jim" W. Dotson
...Central Park for all your fresh produce, baked goods, honey, jams, or […]


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Carthage Municipal Pool Opening Weekend


Carthage Municipal Pool Opening Weekend


The Carthage Municipal Pool will...
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Mid America Live
MSHP:ATV, UTV Safety
...streets or highways under the governing body’s jurisdiction. Any person operating a UTV pursuant to a municipal resolution or ordinance shall maintain proof of financial responsibility.

Utility vehicles cannot...
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West Side Leader   +5 other publications
St. Louis has Missouri's top big city tax burden in Show-Me Institute report
...relocate to one of Missouri’s 20 largest cities. The report also helps citizens be knowledgeable of municipal government spending and prompt engagement.

"If you’re budgeting for yourself and your family, you...
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Joplin Globe   +1 other publication
Ashcroft won’t use random sampling to certify marijuana, ranked-choice initiatives
...said he used random sampling in 2020 to avoid burdening local election authorities so close to a municipal election, which had been moved from April to June because of COVID-19. But Democrats argued Ashcroft’s...
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KSIS 1050 Sedalia   +2 other publications
Sedalia Police Reports For May 19, 2022
...contact with the subject, and it was confirmed through Dispatch the individual had an active Sedalia Municipal warrant for Probation Violation for Stealing and a Warrensburg Failure to Appear warrant on original...
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El Dorado Springs Sun
DNR opens solicitation for Community Water Infrastructure Grants through State ARPA funding
...incorporated municipalities, public water or sewer districts, quasi-governmental agencies, Joint Municipal Utility Commissions and privately owned utilities and nonprofit organizations whose sole purpose...
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Houston Herald   +5 other publications
Storms possible today in the Ozarks
...Board meeting


Houston Park Board meeting


Houston Park Board will meet at 6 p.m. at the Houston Municipal Swimming Pool.


TCMH Auxiliary meeting


TCMH Auxiliary meeting


TCMH Auxiliary meeting will...
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Government
Lawrence County Record
MV aldermen pass ordinances for new, small subdivision
...second ordinance authorized Davis to act as the appointed Director to the Southwest Missouri Joint Municipal Water Utility Commission and Kelley to act as the appointed alternate.
The Mt. Vernon Board of...
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Kansas City Star
A year after Kansas City rallied around them, AAPI community says they’re overlooked again
...Up Next


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Last May, Kri Chay, a first-generation Cambodian American, stood beside Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas with a smile across his face. The city declared May Asian American Pacific Islander...
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St​. Louis Post Dispatch
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Best Bets: Indigo Girls, Miranda Lambert, Afghan Whigs, Reggie Son, Chinese Culture Days and more
...concert, will also appear. The location is the former Rand Mansion, currently the home of U. City Mayor Terry Crow. By Daniel Durchholz
Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis Strings Pop-Up Concert
When 7...
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The Kansas City Globe
Mu Omega Chapter of AKA Hosts A Call to Action: Voter Education Series
By Gwendolyn E. Squires, Phd. Chapter Reporter on Friday, May 20, 2022


Mayor Quinton Lucas, City of Kansas City, Mo.


Mayor/CEO Tyrone Garner, Unified Government of Wyandotte County, Kan.


Barbara A....
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Columbia Daily Tribune
The Loop's Como Cooks scholarship provides opportunity for owner of The Biscuit Center
...an employee there, who knew Pass was trying to start his own business, suggested he visit Regional Economic Development Inc.

From there, Pass was connected with Sarah Cyr of Central Missouri Community Action...
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KLPW 1220 AM Washington   +12 other publications
JeffCo Health Officials Confirm COVID Death Of Child
...organizations through the Youth Opportunities Program May 2, 2022 Jefferson City — The Department of Economic Development (DED) announ ...More


Aimée Appell Named 2022 Commencement Speaker
5/3/2022
Human rights...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
JCPD officers honored for service to community
...JCPD. The board is citizen-led and independent from the direct control of the police department or city government.

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Among those honored were the 911 operators who were on duty three years ago when...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Ashcroft won’t use random sampling to certify marijuana, ranked-choice initiatives
...said he used random sampling in 2020 to avoid burdening local election authorities so close to a municipal election, which had been moved from April to June because of COVID-19. But Democrats argued Ashcroft's...
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KCUR
Kansas City hopes planting more trees will create 'a city within a park' and combat climate change
...attributable to trees, saying in the forest master plan that they provide more than $28 million annually in municipal services, such as storm water management, air pollution control and energy reduction.

The plan...
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St​. Louis Post Dispatch
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St. Louis correctional officers might get body cameras under new proposal
...fiscal year submitted last month by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment.
That board, chaired by Mayor Tishaura O. Jones, is the city's chief fiscal body. However, it was unclear Thursday whether Jones...
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St​. Louis American
Black Caucus helped stave off several conservative bills
...Bob Onder of St. Charles sought to chop up Cleaver’s district. Cleaver, Kansas City’s first Black mayor, has held the seat since 2005.

Every 10 years — after the release of new U.S. Census data — state...
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Kansas City Star
KC metro to receive $5.75 million in EPA grants, including funds for Parade Park co-op
...existing buildings critical to the continued reinvestment in communities throughout Kansas City," Mayor Quinton Lucas said in a statement.

Brownfield grants are designated for areas that may contain hazardous...
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KSHB-TV ABC Kansas City
KCMO City Council OKs SouthPointe at 63rd Street project
...May 19, 2022

and last updated 2022-05-19 19:34:34-04


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City, Missouri, City Council voted unanimously Thursday to approve the SouthPointe at 63rd Street project.

The four-phase...
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KSHB-TV ABC Kansas City
KCMO clarifies failure-to-obey laws, settles lawsuit connected to 2020 George Floyd Protests
...settled a lawsuit over their detention.

The Kansas City, Missouri, City Council voted 9-1 Thursday — Councilman Brandon Ellington was the lone no vote — to accept terms of a settlement in a lawsuit brought against...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Mayor of 'high' alert NYC rejects mask mandates, North Korea's COVID woes, and more COVID news
Here's some of today's COVID-19 headlines:


NYC mayor says he's not reinstating a mask mandate


As health officials warn of rising Covid-19 infections and hospitalizations, the mayor of New York said...
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Missouri Bar
22nd Judicial Circuit Court hosts unveiling of memorial honoring Missouri’s Freedom Suits
...The ceremony will include remarks by keynote speaker retired lieutenant general Russel L. Honoré, Mayor Tishaura O. Jones, Lynne Jackson (a direct descendant of Dred & Harriet Scott), and Circuit Judge...
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KOMU -TV8 Columbia
Suspect in Randolph County stand-off sentenced for previous pursuit charges
...Thorp was also involved in a 20-hour standoff with more than 50 officers from various mid-Missouri and state agencies on April 11 in Randolph County.

He was on parole for second-degree murder, according to...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Court says McCloskeys can't advise right-wing group for free
...Sunday that Thursdays through Sundays minors are not allowed in the park after 6 p.m. without an adult. Mayor Lori Lightfoot said in a news release that new measures will be taken "to help prevent events like...
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KSHB-TV ABC Kansas City
KC Current seeking to expand size, price tag of riverfront stadium
...their new downtown riverfront stadium.

At a presentation Wednesday before the Kansas City, Missouri, City Council’s Neighborhood Planning and Development Committee, team representatives said their stadium,...
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Kansas City Star
McCloskey reacts after court says he can’t complete community service with right wing group
...nonviolent protesters from their lawn as they headed past their house on the way to then-St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson’s home. No shots were fired and no one was injured.

McCloskey was charged with misdemeanor...
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Kansas City Star
Government & Politics
...legislation the council is considering, the city would apply for those credits on behalf of the team.

Councilman Eric Bunch, District 4, said he was "adamant" that the ordinance not include local tax incentives....
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Kansas City Star
‘Undefeated’: Independence Avenue bridge in Kansas City claims garbage truck Thursday
...weeks later, it took out another truck, sending it tumbling to its side.

On March 9, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas shared a photo on social media of a Penske truck unable to clear the bridge.

The Kansas...
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West Side Leader   +5 other publications
St. Louis has Missouri's top big city tax burden in Show-Me Institute report
...relocate to one of Missouri’s 20 largest cities. The report also helps citizens be knowledgeable of municipal government spending and prompt engagement.

"If you’re budgeting for yourself and your family, you...
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Lee's Summit Tribune
International Studies Appreciation Luncheon
...Summit’s Sunrise and Noon Rotary clubs, the World Trade center in KC, Global Ties, and the Lee’s Summit City Council and School Board were all present at the event and have already begun discussing work with...
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KCUR
'Basic quality of life' issues important for Kansas City manager's office to address
Published May 19, 2022 at 2:24 PM CDT


Carlos Moreno/KCUR.org

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City Manager candidate Brian Platt interviews with the Kansas City Council.


Kansas City Manager Brian Platt shares the some of the work...
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Joplin Globe   +1 other publication
JPMorgan Chase Commits $20 Million to Support Summer Youth Employment Programs Across the United States
...begins with ensuring that they have access to programs such as Summer Youth Employment," said Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka. "These summer work experiences help to develop young minds by teaching them valuable...
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Joplin Globe   +1 other publication
Ashcroft won’t use random sampling to certify marijuana, ranked-choice initiatives
...said he used random sampling in 2020 to avoid burdening local election authorities so close to a municipal election, which had been moved from April to June because of COVID-19. But Democrats argued Ashcroft’s...
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KSNG-TV 3 Wichita
Actions Kansas is taking in baby formula shortage
...action to address the baby formula shortage.

Gov. Laura Kelly said her administration is working with state agencies and federal partners on the issue.

In a release, the governor’s office said the Kansas Department...
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St​. Louis American
‘We are back!’
..."Come through, heels!" Another one said, admiring Lee’s footwear.

As she stood up front, she, and Mayor Tishaura Jones - the first Black woman mayor of St. Louis - shared one of those, "I see you, girl"...
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KCUR
Missouri Supreme Court won't let McCloskeys work with right-wing media group while on probation
...gated St. Louis community en route to demonstrate in front of the nearby home of a former St. Louis mayor.

Mark McCloskey pleaded guilty in June 2021 to misdemeanor fourth-degree assault and was ordered...
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Perryville Republic-Monitor
Aldermen make decision on sidewalks
...changed the world."
"Well, you disband the sidewalk committee all you want but we have a street policy," Mayor Larry Riney said.
According to Perryville city clerk Tracy Prost, the aldermen have modified the street...
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Perryville Republic-Monitor
City’s Park Board hears skate park update
...north of City Park Lane, east of the roundabout that connects to East Sainte Marie and Doerr streets.
Mayor Larry Riney, who was in attendance May 11, said the Board of Aldermen have essentially given the go-ahead....
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Joplin Globe
Metronet and City of Rocky Mount Announce Partnership to Build Fiber Optic Network
...City, with symmetrical upload and download speeds from Metronet of up to 1,000 mbps.

Rocky Mount Mayor Sandy Roberson thanked Metronet for its decision to build a valuable fiber optic network that will...
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KSDK
Storytelling project helps young people heal from gun violence through nature
...bird preservation—and the Missouri Prairie foundation.


Trayvon Rogers, a Story Stitchers Youth Council member, said that being in the prairie affected him profoundly.


"I learned about…the importance...
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Houston Herald   +5 other publications
Storms possible today in the Ozarks
...Board meeting


Houston Park Board meeting


Houston Park Board will meet at 6 p.m. at the Houston Municipal Swimming Pool.


TCMH Auxiliary meeting


TCMH Auxiliary meeting


TCMH Auxiliary meeting will...
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KSNG-TV 3 Wichita
Family Dollar warehouse linked to rodent infestation to close
...will be separated from the company, according to a letter sent from Family Dollar to West Memphis Mayor Marco McClendon. Another 90 employees will be separated on Oct. 15.


Kansas boy seeing light at...
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Taxes
KSMO Radio
Local News - Friday, May 20th, 2022
...Commissioner Darrell Skiles reported that the June 8th meeting with the Administration Commission on the sales tax withholding issue has been continued at the request of Department of Revenue. He said that the...
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Joplin Globe
Phill Brooks: A dysfunctional legislative session
...statements that became crammed with amendments covering COVID-19 order restrictions, voting changes and sales tax exemptions for diapers, guns and ammunition.

These bloated amendments reflected a lack of legislative...
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Perryville Republic-Monitor
Board approves new salary proposal in state budget
...due to some unforeseen additional revenue as the district’s assessed evaluation going up and Prop C (sales tax) going up as well.
"With inflation, sales tax going up helps the school," Comstock said.
The district...
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El Dorado Springs Sun
Sandy Crawford Capitol report
...county officeholders. It also allows a county collector to hold an auction of lands with delinquent property taxes through electronic media at the same time as said auction is held in-person.
Most importantly,...
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El Dorado Springs Sun
CEDAR COUNTY COMMISSION
...newly purchased personal property.
Peggy Kenney, Cedar County Treasurer presented current report of sales tax revenues.
Met with Sheriff James McCrary
Weekly Inmate Housing - 50
Sheriff presented Commission...
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Three Rivers Publishing
Legislative session was dysfunctional
...statements that became crammed with amendments covering COVID-19 order restrictions, voting changes and sales tax exemptions for diapers, guns and ammunition.
It prompted a critical time-consuming debate as...
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Business
Park Hills Daily Journal
'I can’t see the light': War fuels surging prices in Europe
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
In Your Debt: How debt-related stress affects body and mind
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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Columbia Daily Tribune
The Loop's Como Cooks scholarship provides opportunity for owner of The Biscuit Center
...an employee there, who knew Pass was trying to start his own business, suggested he visit Regional Economic Development Inc.

From there, Pass was connected with Sarah Cyr of Central Missouri Community Action...
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KLPW 1220 AM Washington   +12 other publications
JeffCo Health Officials Confirm COVID Death Of Child
...organizations through the Youth Opportunities Program May 2, 2022 Jefferson City — The Department of Economic Development (DED) announ ...More


Aimée Appell Named 2022 Commencement Speaker
5/3/2022
Human rights...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Economy, China, climate dominate as Australia set for polls
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Appeals court revives Arizona case on virus cash tax cut ban
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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Maryville Daily Forum   +8 other publications
Advocate: Low Missouri cannabis tax rate would hurt black market, nearby states
...marijuana market for those who managed to get licensed through the corrupt process created for the medical marijuana market by a similar ballot initiative in 2018."


More than half of the 22 bills filed...
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The Missouri Times
Ashcroft Announces Appointment of Jesus A. Osete as General Counsel By Press Release on May 19, 2022
...Office of Administration. He was General Counsel for the Missouri Gaming Commission, Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich and Missouri Office of Prosecution Services before joining Ashcroft’s staff. He is also...
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Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce
Harvesters Names New President and CEO
...network. He’s served on committees including Annual Leadership Conference Planning, Member Engagement (Better Together) Committee, Connect (IT) Council, Contract Task Force Sub-Group, Food Packing Task Force,...
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Versailles Leader-Statesman
Dateline 5-19-22
...Versailles late Sunday afternoon. After being struck, the car was thrown to the north side of the right-of-way, together with its four badly shaken up occupants.
May 18, 1962
Anne Walton, daughter of...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Drama not on the agenda for Minnesota Democratic convention
...will endorse Gov. Tim Walz, Attorney General Keith Ellison, Secretary of State Steve Simon and State Auditor Julie Blaha for reelection. They’re all running unopposed for the party’s backing. So the convention,...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
AHA News: Falls Can Be a Serious, Poorly Understood Threat to People With Heart Disease
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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The Missouri Times
Sanchez Announces Campaign for State Representative By Press Release on May 19, 2022
...build a business, and retire."

In addition to managing the family business, she has served on the Economic Development Council for St. Charles County, the Industrial Development Authority Board, and is the...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Rollout of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Saved Lives, Health Care Dollars
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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Kansas City Star
Former Mizzou football player keeps Tigers on pace in NIL world through legislation
...participation in charitable causes, an initiative called "The Pancake Factory."


Gregory recalled a billboard advertisement for a law firm in Kentucky that featured hulking defensive linemen and said "Size...
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Webster-Kirkwood Times
Summer Community Calendar 2022
...Competition — This annual competition will be held from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the National Museum of Transportation, 2933 Barrett Station Road. Observe professional and amateur plein air painters as they paint...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
1 in 3 Americans Now Live in Areas Where Indoor Masks Advised, CDC Says
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
In 2 states, 1 in 20 residents missed during US head count
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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KJLU 88​.9 FM
Missouri Veterans Commission gets $5 million from medical marijuana sales
The Missouri Veterans Commission receives another influx of cash from the state’s medical marijuana program.

The state health department announced yesterday that they transferred $5 million to the MVC....
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Perryville Republic-Monitor
Board approves new salary proposal in state budget
...due to some unforeseen additional revenue as the district’s assessed evaluation going up and Prop C (sales tax) going up as well.
"With inflation, sales tax going up helps the school," Comstock said.
The district...
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Perryville Republic-Monitor
Aldermen make decision on sidewalks
...changed the world."
"Well, you disband the sidewalk committee all you want but we have a street policy," Mayor Larry Riney said.
According to Perryville city clerk Tracy Prost, the aldermen have modified the street...
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Joplin Globe
Metronet and City of Rocky Mount Announce Partnership to Build Fiber Optic Network
...City, with symmetrical upload and download speeds from Metronet of up to 1,000 mbps.

Rocky Mount Mayor Sandy Roberson thanked Metronet for its decision to build a valuable fiber optic network that will...
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Park Hills Daily Journal
Baby formula shortage leads to congressional scrutiny of FDA
...is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his...
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93​.9 The Eagle   +1 other publication
Commodity groups pleased with Missouri eminent domain legislation
State Rep. Mike Haffner (R-Pleasant Hill), the eminent domain bill sponsor, speaks on the House floor in Jefferson City on May 13, 2022 (photo courtesy of Tim Bommel at House (ThisCommunications)


(This...
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Centralia Fireside Guard
Missouri Assembly sends eminent domain reforms to governor Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 6:55 am
Missouri Assembly sends eminent domain reforms to governor

Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 6:55 am


The Missouri General Assembly passed SS HCS HB 2005 this week, giving final approval to critical...
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