Sliced Bread Mural

Chillicothe Arts Council begins season with “Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival”

Chillicothe Area Arts Council announces their 2018-19 Show Season begins with the “Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival” on a Saturday & Sunday, July 7th and 8th.  The Festival is scheduled to celebrate the 90th year of “Sliced Bread” in Chillicothe. Music July 7th includes the Clint Campbell family and the Petersen family with bluegrass music […]

Missouri capitol

Audio: Missouri House and Senate leaders announce they’ll push ahead with Greitens investigation after criminal charge dropped

Missouri House and Senate Republican leaders quickly responded to a felony charge being dropped against fellow GOP member Governor Eric Greitens.     Leadership in both chambers issued statements condemning the governor’s conduct. House Speaker Todd Richardson, House Speaker Pro Tem Elijah Haahr, and House Majority Floor Leader Rob Vescovo pointed to two reports issued […]

Pharon Pilgrim

Pharon Pilgrim named as NCMC’s Outstanding Student for May

Pharon Pilgrim from Curacao-Willemstad has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Student for May. Pharon is receiving his Associate in Arts from NCMC. After Pharon graduates from NCMC, he is looking to pursue his music or a career in baseball full-time. Pharon is involved on campus with several groups including baseball, Student Senate, […]

Crossroads Correctional Center

Riot at Crossroads Correctional Center in Cameron resolved early Sunday morning

Authorities at Cameron are reporting there were no injuries to staff and “no serious injuries for inmates” during an uprising Saturday night. The Missouri department of corrections reports facility staff members and law enforcement officers resolved the incident at Crossroads Correctional Center. The corrections department reported around 8 o’clock Saturday night, a group of 200 […]

Affordable Care Act

Affordable Care Act: 2017 saw increase in uninsured Missourians

A new Gallup survey shows that the uninsured rate rose significantly in Missouri in 2017, a year marked by repeated attempts to repeal, sabotage, or weaken the health care programs and protections of the Affordable Care Act. Gallup attributes the dramatic increase in the number of uninsured Missourians to both the uncertainty created by repeated […]