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The Missouri Department of Conservation is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year. The Conservation Department was founded back in 1937 by Missourians looking to fix the state’s decimated fish,...read more
Missouri Lottery players can now scan their Scratchers and Draw Games tickets directly on their smartphones to check for winning tickets, enter current promotions, and earn chances to win prizes. This...read more
Missouri Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn has issued an immediate Stop Sale, Use or Removal Order on all products containing Dicamba in Missouri. All on-farm applications of Dicamba must also cease...read more
The Missouri Department of Conservation is teaming up with the National Wild Turkey Federation, Conservation Federation of Missouri, Quail Forever, Missouri Prairie Foundation, and private landowners t...read more
The Missouri Department of Conservation is expanding its deer feeding ban from 29, to 41 counties in the Show-Me State. The goal of the ban is to prevent further spread of chronic wasting disease. The...read more
Residents in Franklin and Jefferson counties will have the opportunity to learn information and tips on how to make homes stronger and safer. In the wake of the recent flood FEMA is working with home...read more
Thousands of tourists are expected to descend on several rural areas of Missouri for the solar eclipse on August 21st. To help those looking to document this historic event on their phones, AT&T is planning...read more
U.S. Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer of Misssouri’s 3rd District has announced the dates and locations for this summer’s Constituent Service Days. Over the next few days Luetkemeyer and his...read more
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is joining in on the National Fourth of July Holiday Crackdown to reduce drunk driving fatalities. They will be out in force during the nationwide campaign....read more
The Missouri Department of Conservation is encouraging Missourians to get out and explore nature by taking part in frogging season. The season begins on June 30th at sunset and ends on October 31st. The...read more
The 33rd annual Show-Me State Games will kick off on Friday, June 16th in Columbia. The Games will feature a variety of different events including basketball, softball, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, pickleball...read more
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded the East Central College Foundation an $8,000 grant to support the mission of the ECC Adult Education and Literacy Program. The grant is part of over...read more
The Missouri Department of Conservation is encouraging Missourians to do some fishing this weekend. June 10th and 11th will serve as the department’s Free Fishing Days for this year. During Free...read more
After 21 years of service to the Missouri Highway Patrol Sergeant Al Nothum has announced his retirement. Nothum’s retirement will become effective on July 1st. Sgt. Nothum was first appoint to...read more
The Missouri Department of Conservation is partnering with the Show-Me State games to host a Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program (MoNASP) archery tournament. The tournament will be held a...read more
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