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Missouri’s Spring Turkey Season Ends With Nearly 35,800 Birds...
Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that turkey hunt¬ers checked 34,055 birds during Missouri’s 2018 regular...


George Washington Carver. Public Domain Photo Missouri Soybean Hall of Fame inducts George Washington Carver
Missouri native George Washington Carver was named the second mem-ber of the Missouri Soy-bean Center Hall of Fame during the third annual Soybean...


April was Child Abuse Awareness Month. The display of pinwheels that lined the front sidewalk of the Monroe County courthouse has moved to a different courthouse each week. This last week was Monroe County employees turn and to promote the prevention of abuse and support strong, nurturing communities that are supportive of families. The courthouse employees support preventing child abuse and neglect and promote child and family well-being Monroe County Courthouse employees promote prevention of child...
Monday, April 23 The Monroe County Commission met pursuant to adjournment, on Monday, April 23, with Mike Minor, Presiding Commissioner and...


Yuksel Agca New tools could uncover important answers for Alzheimer’s researcher
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Alzheimer’s disease currently affects more than 5.5 million Americans and is one of the costliest diseases to treat, according to...


Joint Statement from Missouri Agriculture Groups on China Tariff...
“Missouri is fortunate to be home to a host of agricultural products that are essential to feeding and clothing people around the world. Recent...


Donnie Willingham Addresses Madison Home Makers Club
The Madison Home Makers met on Tuesday, March 20, at the Madison area Community Betterment Center, with 16 members present. President Donna Newbrough opened the meeting...
Patrol Releases ‘Be Aware of Your Wake’ Video
Colonel Sandra K. Karsten, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, invites the public to view the new “Be Aware Of Your Wake” video located on the Patrol’s...
Church News
Madison Christian Church Pastor Larry Thomas Services were held at Mad¬ison Christian Church on Sunday, March 18, with 63 members and guests in at-tendance. Rev. Larry...
Missouri Century Farm applications due May 15
Applications for recog-nition as a Missouri Cen-tury Farm are due May 15. Farms owned by the same family for 100 or more consecutive years as of Dec. 18, 2018, are...
MO Farm Bureau Commentary- Trade War Will Hurt Missouri’s Economy
Trade War Will Hurt Missouri’s Economy By Eric Bohl President Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs may cause significant harm to agriculture,...


MU veterinary toxicologist offers advice on recent dog food recalls
MU veterinary toxicologist offers advice on recent dog food recalls COLUMBIA, Mo. – According to recent reports, more than 107 million cans of dog...


Patrol Offers Commercial Vehicle Inspector “Day In The Life”...
The Missouri State Highway Patrol Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division is hosting a Commercial Vehicle Inspector Career Experience. Individuals with an interest or...
Study Shows Cover Crops May Increase Yields Over Time
Farmers need more research showing cover crops increase yields, reduce erosion and add nutrients back to the soil in corn-soybean rotation before...


Most of Missouri Remains in Drought
Most of Missouri remains in a drought, according to a map released Feb. 8 by the National Drought Mitigation Center. The drought affects...


Taylor Young, Welcome to Culver-Stockton College’s Class of 2022
Congratulations to Taylor Young on acceptance into Culver-Stockton College’s fall 2018 incoming class. Young, a senior at Madison C-3 High School and from Madison, Mo., was...