Tag Archives: Sam Graves

Scotland County Hospital CEO Addresses Lawmakers in Washington

Earlier this month, the Missouri Hospital Association (MHA) traveled to our nation’s capital with executives from Missouri’s rural hospitals to meet with lawmakers, including Senators Roy Blunt, Josh Hawley and Congressman Sam Graves to discuss the critical role of health care for rural patients and economies and the many difficulties facing rural hospitals. Randy Tobler, […]

Scotland County to Receive FEMA Disaster Aid

On July 29th Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has agreed to the state’s request to provide federal assistance to local governments and nonprofits in 68 counties recovering from flooding and severe storms between April 29 and July 5. The approval of Missouri’s July 16 request means FEMA will assist […]

SCR-I Students Attend Future Leaders Academy Hosted by Congressman Graves 

Nearly 100 high school students from across North Missouri came together at Hannibal-LaGrange University on Tuesday, October 16th to take part in Congressman Sam Graves’ annual Future Leaders Academy. “These students are among the best and brightest in North Missouri,” said Graves. “I believe the Future Leaders Academy is a great opportunity for these students […]

Sam Graves to Hold Town Hall Next Tuesday in Memphis 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Sam Graves will be hosting a town hall next Tuesday, August 23, in Memphis. The forum at the Wiggins Family Museum will be held from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. and is open to the public. “Town halls are a great opportunity to have a face to face discussion with people […]

Scotland County Route H Bridge Over North Wyaconda River Will Be Replaced

  The bridge on Scotland County Route H over North Wyaconda River has been added into the Missouri Department of Transportation’s five-year program and approved by the Highway Commission at its meeting March 2 in Jefferson City.  The bridge was closed on October 23, 2014 indefinitely after significant deterioration was found during an inspection. “We […]

County Still Awaiting Word on Disaster Declaration

On Wednesday, the Scotland County Commission said it can wait no longer. The Commission ordered the replacement of a culvert on County Road #861.  The site is awaiting approval for FEMA disaster assistance, but the commission deemed the road issue to be too dangerous to wait any longer. Several major storm-related repairs have remained on […]

Rutledge Residents Meet with Congressional Offices for Citizens’ Climate Lobby

Rutledge residents Sharon Bagatell and Tony Sirna traveled to Washington D.C. last week to meet with the Missouri Congressional delegation on Capitol Hill.  As part of a group called Citizens’ Climate Lobby, they spoke with the offices of all of the Representatives and Senators from Missouri regarding legislation to address the changing climate using market-based, […]

US Rep. Sam Graves to Visit Scotland County

Congressman Sam Graves (R-Tarkio) will visit Scotland County on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 9:00 A.M. Graves will visit the Wiggins Family Museum in Memphis to see “The Pheasant.” Graves is an avid antique plane enthusiast. The public is invited to meet the congressman as part of his tour throughout his district. Graves is the […]