No local races set for New Madrid County offices; Judge Copeland to retire end of term
(Local News ~ 06/14/18)
NEW MADRID - Area residents will begin to see candidate signs, cards and placards in the ears and in your P.O. Box asking for your vote in the upcoming August Primary Election. Winners of the primary election will move on to the Nov. 6 general election...
Ag census deadline extended to July 30
(State News ~ 06/14/18)
COLUMBIA, Mo. – The deadline for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2017 Census of Agriculture has been extended to July 30. Forms can be returned by mail or securely submitted online. University of Missouri Extension economist Ryan Milhollin says federal, state and local governments, as well as agribusinesses, researchers, trade associations and others, use the data to serve farmers and rural communities...
The Gospel: Faith
(Column ~ 06/14/18)
Last week’s article ended with mentioning of the gift of eternal life that is available through Jesus Christ. This gift is received through faith. There are many inadequate and false concepts of faith. It is a very important biblical truth. We should not be confused about what faith is. ...
Farmers seek help from MU agronomists on dry weather impact on crops, forages
(Outdoors ~ 06/14/18)
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Newly made spring hay finally being baled in June may be toxic for cattle. Hold off on feeding new hay, says Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage specialist. The longer the hay can be stored after baling, the less toxic it becomes...
(Column ~ 06/14/18)
General Assembly Approves Bill to Expand Access to Chiropractic Care (HB 1516) Legislation approved this session by the General Assembly would require Medicaid to pay for a patient to visit a licensed chiropractor up to 20 times in a year. Supporters say the bill is an important step to give Medicaid recipients more options for treating pain. ...
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