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Audio: Southeast Missouri lawmaker emphasizes importance of rural Missouri physicians

While Missouri has a severe shortage of rural physicians, one southeast Missouri state lawmaker says his area also needs more doctors who live there. State Rep. Herman Morse, R-Dexter, says that when he moved to Stoddard County in the mid-1970s, there were 15 to 20 doctors who lived in the county. “Right now, there’s one […]

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Supervisory and leadership skills training to be offered in Maryville

It makes sense for businesses to promote their employees to supervisory roles because of their technical expertise—but good technical skills do not necessarily make someone a good supervisor. No matter the workplace, issues like communication, conflict, working as a team, personality differences, generational differences, and legal issues abound. Across workplaces, whether that’s the farm, the […]

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Audio: Six wine types bottled in southern Missouri pose risk of exploding

The Missouri Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is warning that six types of bottled wine manufactured by the Casa de Loco winery in central Missouri’s Eldon could explode.     The six known unregistered Casa de Loco wines have been distributed to retailers in Camdenton, Glasgow, Keytesville, Lebanon, Newburg, Osage Beach, Salisbury, St. Joseph, […]

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Missouri State Museum debuts new exhibit during opening reception May 29

The Missouri State Museum will debut a new exhibit titled “BOOM!: The Rise and Fall of Missouri’s Black Business Districts” at an opening reception 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, in the Missouri State Capitol’s rotunda. An exhibit viewing and reception will follow in the Museum’s History Hall. The reception is sponsored by the […]