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Enjoy Free Fishing Days June 11-12

"Gone fishing" signs will be posted on doors across the state June 11 and 12 as Missourians enjoy a favorite outdoor pastime at no cost. Each year, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) designates the weekend after the first Monday in June as Free Fishing Days in Missouri. The idea is to encourage people to explore the state’s fishing opportunities without having to purchase permits, trout stamps or trout park

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Infant or injured, the right place for wildlife is in the wild

How would Bambi’s life have turned out if, after his mother’s death, a sympathetic human had taken him in? The ending probably wouldn’t be as happy as you might expect.

Orphaned deer and other animals appear cute, cuddly and in need of rescuing. But in reality, human help is the last thing they need. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) answers many calls about how to help these wildlife during

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Judge imposes maximum fine in zebra mussel case; Sentence highlights personal responsibility for negligent introductions

An Independence man received the maximum fine for introducing zebra mussels into Smithville Lake last year.

David Wayne Frazier, 51, pleaded guilty in Clay County Circuit Court to a charge of transporting a prohibited species. Judge Janet Sutton imposed a fine of $1,000 and six months of probation.

The case is the first prosecuted under a provision in Missouri’s Wildlife Code designed to stop the spread of invasive species. It

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Hedrick Medical Center enhances emergency services care

Hedrick Medical Center has established a services contract with Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to provide 24/7 emergency room care effective June 13. The physician owned and managed health services organization specializes in providing client hospitals with quality emergency medicine services.

Led by Dean Karas, M.D., emergency care will be provided by a core group of physicians with extensive emergency medicine experience in rural community hospitals. The organization provides the emergency

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Remember sunscreen for summer fun in Daviess County

As the weather heats up; most of us grab a towel and bathing suit and head out to the pools and lakes around Daviess County. What many of us forget, however, is to bring sunscreen.

Only 30% of adults use sunscreen. That may seem sparse. However, its high compared with the meager 11% of girls and 6% of boys who report using sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or greater.

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Missouri State Fair to host Carnival of Madness Tour

The eighth and final concert for the Missouri State Fair Pepsi Grandstand was announced recently by State Fair Director Mark Wolfe. Wrapping up the diverse series on Saturday, Aug. 20, will be the Carnival of Madness Tour featuring Canadian rock band Theory of a Deadman along with rockers Alter Bridge, Adelitas Way and Emphatic.

The State Fair package will include a fifth band, yet to be named, that will replace

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CRMC supports Joplin relief effort

At their regular monthly meeting on May 25, 2011, the Board of Directors of Cameron Regional Medical Center unanimously approved a donation of $10,000 toward current Joplin relief efforts. According to Warren McElwain, Board President, Board members felt compelled to assist the residents of this area in the aftermath of last Sunday’s devastating tornadic activities.

Mr. McElwain stated, "The Salvation Army was chosen as the vehicle for this donation due

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Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra receives donation

Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri in Trenton donated $100 to the Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra. The donation will be used to help with costs of their June 17 summer concert of American Choral and Orchestral music at the First Baptist Church in Trenton.

Pictured left to right are Christianne Jacobsen, committee president of the Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra, and bank employees Jim Cox, executive vice-president; Amy

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Tree booklet helps identify species

The Arbor Day Foundation has a booklet that helps people identify trees in a simple, step-by-step process. The booklet, "What Tree Is That?", is available for a $5 donation to the nonprofit tree-planting organization.

What Tree Is That? is a fun, easy-to-use tree identification guide that features hand-drawn botanical illustrations highlighting the distinctive characteristics of many tree species.

Nature lovers and professional arborists alike have called this pocket field guide

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