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Time to claim your unclaimed property

State Treasurer Clint Zweifel announced the beginning of his annual statewide effort to increase Unclaimed Property returns through statewide newspaper advertising that will put over 80,000 names in print.

Starting the week of June 20, Missourians with new Unclaimed Property turned over to Treasurer Zweifel in the past year will see their names in newspapers throughout the state.

The newspaper advertisements are required by state law. Those seeing their name

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Bullfrogs and green frogs up for grabs June 30

Bullfrogs and green frogs are up for grabs beginning at sunset on June 30 as Missouri enters its annual frogging season.

A favorite outdoor pastime of many Missourians, frogging spans the gap between hunting and fishing. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) allows harvest of frogs by hand net, gig, trotline, throw line, limb line, bank line, jug line, snagging, snaring, grabbing or pole and line with a fishing permit.

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Managed deer hunt applications open July 1, close Aug. 15

Deer hunters have until Aug. 15 to apply for 99 managed hunts. The hunts will take place from mid-September through January and have openings for more than 6,000 hunters.

The Missouri Department of Conservation holds a drawing to determine who gets to participate in special managed deer hunts at conservation areas, state parks, national wildlife refuges and urban parks. The application period opens July 1 each year. The hunts are

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MDC taking applications for agent trainees

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is accepting applications for the next class of conservation agent trainees.

MDC’s Protection Division will select a handful of candidates from hundreds of applicants. These select candidates will then undergo 26 weeks of intense training in all facets of law enforcement and resource management. Those who make the grade will receive county assignments and become the face of conservation in their assigned communities –

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Picture this! One hundred years of photography

The National Archives at Kansas City will open Picture This!: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives on Saturday, July 2.

Picture This! chronicles major events of the twentieth century — immigrants arriving at Ellis Island, the Wright Brothers’ first flight, construction of the Empire State Building, Depression-era soup lines, Omaha Beach, the mushroom cloud, Lyndon Johnson taking the Presidential oath, U.S. Marines in Da Nang, and footprints

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Post Scripts: Just for today

Another day has come and how thankful I am. Every morning when I wake up I thank the Lord that I have lived another day and that Kathy and I have had over 68 years together.

I like to think of an article I have which I look at quite often. Today I will delay from my personal journal two days: yesterday and tomorrow. Yesterday was to learn from and

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Poosey Digest: Getting charged up!

Greetings from Poosey.

It was something straight out of a Laurel and Hardy movie. “Herb and Freida Get Charged Up!” We took our first ride in an electric car.

The scene: Peoria, Ill. The temperature: balmy. The reason: I’m still trying to figure that one out.

A good friend had just purchased a new Chevy Volt and the guy was so enamored with his new toy that he wouldn’t shut

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Straight Talk with Sam by Congressman Sam Graves — Equal branches

In the next week, millions of Americans will celebrate our Independence Day. The fourth day of July is the day that we celebrate our Declaration of Independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. It was the last time America was ruled by a monarch.

In the place of a king or queen, our forefathers created three separate branches of government. Each of those branches had checks and balances over the

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MOFB’s “Cut to the Chase” by Blake Hurst — The strength and faith of the people of Joplin shone through

The pictures just don’t do it justice – we turned the corner from what we thought was a devastating scene to see jaw-dropping destruction. Words, which are usually my friend, fail me as I seek to describe the sights seen by me and other volunteers who served the first of a series of free meals from our Joplin Farm Bureau office.

In the midst of utter disaster, it’s the little

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