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Citizens Challenge St. Charles County Narcotics Control Act.

Jefferson City, MO. Aug. 3, 2017. Mr. Dan Rakers, John Doe and United for Missouri filed a challenge of the “St. Charles County Narcotics Control Act” in the 11th Judicial ...
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Route 137 in Texas County reduced for asphalt overlay

Route 137 in Texas County will be reduced to one lane with an 11-foot width restriction as contractor crews perform an asphalt overlay. The section of roadway is located from Route 17 at Yukon to Route 32 ...
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Peter Kinder named Alternate Federal Co-Chairman of Delta Regional Authority

Former Missouri lieutenant governor appointed by President Trump President Donald J. Trump has appointed Peter Dickson Kinder of Cape Girardeau as the Alternate Federal Co-Chairman of the Delta Regional Authority ...
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Licking Police activity report for August 10, 2017

July 1 Assisted a subject with a vehicle lockout on Dorsey St. Provided security and traffic control for the fireworks display at Deer Lick Park. Received a fireworks complaint on ...
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Town and Country Supermarkets become Missouri Breastfeeding Friendly Worksite

By Megan Carver, Texas County Health Department Town and County Supermarkets of Licking and Houston Missouri joined a growing number of Missouri businesses by becoming a Missouri Breastfeeding Friendly Worksite.  ...
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Piney River Brewing Wins Gold and Silver Medals at International Competition

Bucyrus, Missouri • August 4, 2017— Piney River Brewing recently won two medals at the US Open Beer Championship, a gold medal for Float Trip Ale and a silver medal ...
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Hot weather favors development of spider mites

By University of Missouri Extension It has been hot and dry, a combination that favors the development and rapid reproduction of the spider mite according to Kelly McGowan, horticulture educator, ...
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Christopher Hadley faces charges of enticing a child less than 15 years old

Texas County Prosecuting Attorney Parke Stevens has released the Probable Cause Statement in regards to Christopher Hadley and his actions on May 26 and May 30 of this year. According ...
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State offices in Cole County will close on August 21 for solar eclipse with no interruption to essential state services

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – After consultation with members of the entire executive cabinet, the Office of Administration today announced that non-essential executive department state offices in Cole County will be ...
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VA Recruiting Medical Support Assistants

On Thursday, August 10, between the hours of 2:00 and 5:00 p.m., the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center will host a job fair at the Missouri National Guard Armory, ...
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