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Redmon Reappointed Chairman of Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources Appropriations Committee

JEFFERSON CITY – State Rep. Craig Redmon will continue to lead one of seven appropriations committees that will work with the House Budget Committee to develop a state spending plan for the next fiscal year. Redmon was selected this week by House Speaker John J. Diehl, Jr. to continue his service as chairman of the […]

Fourth District Report

Fourth District Report

State Representative Craig Redmon, R-Canton   Hello Everyone…Happy New Year!! Here it is 2015 Session and we hit the ground running. First of all, I was reappointed to the Chair of Appropriations Committee for Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.  I am happy about that. I joined my colleagues in the Missouri House last […]

Wilson Crossing New Bridge

Wilson Crossing New Bridge

MoDOT’s District Bridge Inspector Skip Wilson will be retiring after 30 years and more than 15,000 bridge inspections, including numerous trips to Scotland County.   HANNIBAL – When James “Skip” Wilson drove his ‘74 Vega station wagon to Jefferson City in 1985 to apply for the job in bridge maintenance for MoDOT, he wasn’t sure […]

Number of Athletes Sustaining Concussions Continues to Rise in Missouri

by Katie Hynes Missouri has seen a rise in concussions among high school athletes, but the Missouri State High School Athletic Association (MSHSAA) said the trend is not unexpected. Nationwide, more than 600 high school athletes suffered a concussion during the 2011-2012 school year. MSHSAA has studied the number of brain injuries high school athletes […]

Missouri Education Department Announces New Commissioner

by Meghan Boggess Margaret Vandeven will replace Chris Nicastro as the state’s education commissioner beginning January 1st. Vandeven currently serves as the deputy commissioner for the Division of Learning Services in the Education Department. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education announced the new commissioner Wednesday, Dec. 17, after the State Board of Education interviewed […]

Government Budget Leaders Drop Revenue Collection Projections

by Missouri Digital News Staff Missouri budget leaders and the governor have agreed that state tax collections will be $367 million below the original estimate upon which Gov. Jay Nixon had based his budget proposals back in January. The projections cover the budget year that began July 1 and will conclude June 30, 2015. Even […]

Senator Brian Munzlinger Receives Recognition from Missouri Farm Bureau

Senator Brian Munzlinger Receives Recognition from Missouri Farm Bureau

  Jefferson City — State Sen. Brian Munzlinger, R-Williamstown, chairman of the Missouri Senate Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources committee, has been recognized by the Missouri Farm Bureau for his help in getting the Missouri Farming Rights Amendment, also known as the Right to Farm initiative, approved by Missouri voters this year. “Among my […]

Leaders Discussing Needed Repairs for Missouri State Capitol Building

Leaders Discussing Needed Repairs for Missouri State Capitol Building

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today joined members of the Missouri General Assembly to discuss the need to make critical repairs and renovations to the Missouri State Capitol.  Cathy Brown of the Division of Facilities Management in the Office of Administration led the Governor and legislators on a tour of areas of the […]

Gov. Nixon May Face Subpoena About Decisions Made in Ferguson

by Michael Lindquist -State Capitol Bureau JEFFERSON CITY – The chair of a joint legislative committee vows an aggressive investigation into why Missouri’s governor did not use National Guard troops to protect businesses in the aftermath of the grand jury decision not to indict a Ferguson police officer. Gov. Jay Nixon faces the threat of […]

NEMO RPC to Host Executive Board Meeting

Northeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission/Rural Development Corporation will have an Executive Board Meeting in the RPC Conference room located at 121 S. Cecil Street, Memphis, MO on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. The Transportation Advisory Council (TAC) will have a Meeting on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. in the RPC Conference […]

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