Memphis Man Hurt in Crash on Christmas Eve
A Memphis man sustained serious injuries in a one vehicle accident north of town on Christmas Eve.
Christmas Eve Crash Dairy Farmers Face Cost-Price Squeeze, Says MU FAPRI
COLUMBIA, MO - Dairy producers face a cost-price squeeze for the first half of 2011, University of Missouri dairy economists report.
Dairy Outlook for 2011 2010 Ends with OATS Laying Foundation for More Stable Tomorrow
The 39th Annual Board of Directors meeting of OATS, Inc. took place on Tuesday, November 30, 2010 in Columbia, Missouri. Among the year's highlights were the completed construction of a new facility which now houses the OATS' Northwest operations in St. Joseph. OATS also began working with an architect for the development of a new facility in Macon which will house OATS' Northeast operations.
OATS Closes Out 2010
City to Review Options After Cleanup Bid Exceeds $160,000
Sticker shock might be an understatement for how the Memphis City Council reacted when bids were opened for the cleanup project on the south corner of the east side of the city square at a special meeting December 16th.
Cleanup Bid Rejected Deberry Honored With Agriculture Educators Lifetime Achievement Award
Tom Deberry was recently honored with the Agriculture Educators Lifetime Achievement Award at the Missouri Livestock Symposium in Kirksville, MO on December 3 and 4, 2010.
Deberry Honored Higher Fuel Costs Responsible for Trash Collection Surcharge
Rising diesel fuel costs mean Memphis residents will see a slight increase in trash collection fees beginning January 1st.
Trash Service Going Up