Cows a a fair

Beat the heat from farm to fair with these tips

Fair season and heat put three key groups at risk of heatstroke: livestock, their owners and spectators. Timing and flexibility are critical when transporting animals to and from the fair, says Daniel Mallory, University of Missouri livestock field specialist. Take animals to the fair early in the morning when temperatures are cooler so animals remain […]

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Audio: Crossroads Correctional Center and Western Missouri Center in Cameron are now officially consolidated

Two prisons in northwest Missouri’s Cameron have officially consolidated. State Department of Corrections spokeswoman Karen Pojmann says all Crossroads Correctional Center prisoners have been moved to Western Missouri Correctional Center.     Pojmann says the move helps to bolster safety for workers and prisoners statewide.     Many workers moved to other locations in the […]

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KCP&L customers to see slight increase in electric bills

The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved an application filed by Kansas City Power & Light Company to adjust the Demand Side Investment Mechanism (DSIM) charge on customer bills. The DSIM charge, which appears as a separate line- item on customer bills, allows KCP&L to recover demand-side management program costs and incentives under the Missouri […]

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Winners announced in shooting sports competition at Livingston County Fair

Among the winners of the shooting sports contests held during the Livingston County Fair near Chillicothe. Archery Compound Fingers-Junior Division 1-Leon Nickell 2nd Braden Stimpson 3rd- Andrew Schreiner Compound Fingers-Intermediate Division 1st- Bo Meeker Compound Release -Junior Division 1st-Harrison Costner 2nd- Colton Carr 3rd- Daniel Perry Compound Release – Intermediate Division 1- Milo Costner 2- […]

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FEMA teams canvassing disaster-designated counties to assist survivors

FEMA outreach teams will begin canvassing Missouri communities affected by the flooding and severe weather in the 20 counties included in this week’s federal disaster declaration to help impacted Missourians register for federal disaster assistance. The teams, known as Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams (DSATs), are working in counties designated as federal disaster areas to assist […]

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MoDOT planning signal improvements in the Cameron area

Signal improvements are coming to the Cameron area. The Missouri Department of Transportation plans to install flashing yellow arrow signals at several intersections along U.S. Route 69 in Cameron beginning next week. The new signals will help provide a safer, smoother flow of traffic. Flashing yellow arrows are new to Cameron, but are in use […]

State Auditor requests Governor Parson take action with Department of Revenue on Missouri tax refunds

In a letter sent today to Gov. Mike Parson, State Auditor Nicole Galloway asked the Governor to take action to help thousands of Missourians who are still waiting for their tax refunds, often after months of delay. Auditor Galloway referenced recent media reports in which the Department of Revenue stated more than 70,000 Missourians are waiting […]