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Capital Report: Overriding Support for MO Agriculture

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Missouri farmers feed and fuel the world and they also employ hundreds of thousands of Missouri citizens in the process. As a result, the agriculture industry remains the largest economic engine in Missouri. Therefore, it only makes sense that the future economic health of our state greatly depends on a strong and vibrant agriculture industry.

During the 2014 legislative session, the Missouri General Assembly passed

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Josh Boyd Still at Large, Manhunt Ongoing

Sgt. Jake Angle of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said today (Friday, Aug. 29), his agency has received no tips, no reports, no calls and no sightings since Wednesday when Joshua Boyd is believed to have abandoned a stolen Kansas City Police car on I-35 near Pattonsburg.

Boyd, a 30-year-old homeless Kansas City man, is accused of stealing the squad car. He was charged Thursday in Jackson County with second-degree

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Attend Outdoor Discovery Day

TRENTON, MO — Crowder State Park outside Trenton will host the Fall Outdoor Discovery Day on Saturday, Sept. 6, from 12-4 p.m. It’s a free event open to all ages, and will include interactive nature displays, presentations, face painting, crafts, a photo scavenger hunt, demonstrations, and more. For more information call 660-359-6473.

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Book Sale at Library

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The Friends of the Livingston County Library will be hosting a book sale Sept. 6-13 in the second floor room at the library (450 Locust). Thousands of books and media will be for sale, most priced at under $3 each. Hours of the sale will coordinate with regular library hours: Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; and Saturday, 9

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Electric Rates on Rise in Chillicothe

The Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Board of Public Works recently approved a new system, driven by an increase in wholesale power, which means Chillicothe electric customers will see an increase in their rates. This will be reflected on September billing.

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Distinguished Alumni Class of 2014 Announced

TRENTON, MO — North Central Missouri Foundation, Inc., is pleased to announce its 2014 Class of Distinguished Alumni. All individuals attended Trenton Junior College (TJC), now known as North Central Missouri College (NCMC). They are George Constant and Max B. Oyler of Trenton; Linda Wildman Gray of Prescott, Ariz.; and Dr. James Michael Ritze of Broken Arrow, Okla. These alums will be formally inducted as Distinguished Alumni at the NCMC

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GHCAA’s Summer Energy Assistance Exhausted

Green Hills Community Action Agency has announced that the agency’s allotment of summer utility assistance funding has been completely used up. They will be unable to assist with electric shut-off notices or any other utility-related emergencies until the winter energy assistance season begins. Winter assistance begins Oct. 1 for the elderly or disabled, and Nov. 1 for all other households. No funds will be available for utility assistance prior to

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Communities Can Change Transmission for the Better

by Lu Nelsen, [email protected], Center for Rural Affairs

Earlier this month, several hearings were held across Missouri concerning a proposed transmission line that has the potential to carry Midwest wind energy to eastern markets. The Missouri Public Service Commission heard testimony from Missouri residents concerning the Grain Belt Express project, one of several new transmission projects in the region that could help boost new renewable energy projects.

These hearings are

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JoeStock Labor Day Music Festival Returns

ST. JOSEPH, MO — The area’s largest and most eclectic live concert event returns Labor Day weekend—Friday (3-11 p.m.), Saturday (10:30 a.m. – 11 p.m.), Sunday (10:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.)—to downtown St. Joe. Over 33 musical acts will take the stage at Coleman Hawkins Park for the 5th annual JoeStock Music Festival. This is an all-ages, family-friendly event presented by the St. Joseph Music Foundation. It’s free to the

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