U.S.Senator Josh Hawley

Audio: Missouri Senator Josh Hawley rules out U.S. Supreme Court appointment

Missouri’s junior senator says he has NO interest in a U-S Supreme Court appointment. GOP Senator Josh Hawley tells Missourinet that while he appreciates President Trump naming him to a list of potential nominees, he will stay in the Senate:     Senator Hawley says the president inherited a nominating process from previous GOP presidents, […]

Trenton R-9 School District

Trenton R-9 Superintendent reports several staff members under quarantine due to “close contact” with COVID-19 individual

Trenton R-9 Superintendent Mike Stegman says several staff members are under quarantine because they were said to have had “close contact” with an individual who tested positive for COVID-19 and was recently on the campus in Trenton. Stegman did not reveal the gender of the positive case, nor where contacts were made and there’s no indication […]

Judge with gavel at desk

Judge strikes down Cleaner Missouri ballot summary; state moves quickly to seek appeal

Cole County Judge Pat Joyce has ordered the ballot summary in a Cleaner Missouri legislative redistricting plan must change. In a judgment issued Monday, Joyce says the Amendment 3 ballot description is “misleading, unfair, and insufficient” and therefore in violation of state law. The Republican-dominated Missouri Legislature passed the proposed Constitutional amendment, SJR38, this year, […]

Young Dove Hunter

Missouri Department of Conservation to offer dove clinic and hunt in Macon County

The Missouri Department of Conservation has partnered with the Missouri Disabled Sportsmen to offer a dove clinic and hunt in Macon County for youth and mobility-impaired hunters. The free event for disabled hunters and/or youth ages 11 to 17 years old will be held at the Atlanta Conservation Area on September 12th from 8 to […]

Missouri Centennial Poster

Cultural Corner Art Guild and Gallery to hold class on State Historical Society poster contest

The State Historical Society of Missouri’s Bicentennial Commission has introduced two poster contests: one for youth grades 3-6 and one for 7-12th graders. The theme for these contests is “Sharing Missouri’s Stories” – past, present, and future. Detailed rules can be found on the State Historical Society of Missouri website.  A free class will be held […]

Netflix

What’s coming to Netflix in August of 2020

August is typically a slow month for TV series and a dumping ground for movies, and Netflix Inc. doesn’t seem to be immune from that trend. Notable additions include new seasons of international series such as Denmark’s post-apocalyptic drama “Rain” (Aug. 6), Spain’s period drama “High Seas” (Aug. 7), and Brazil’s dystopian thriller “3%” (Aug. […]

Elderly person in Wheelchair

Health authorities issue guidance for visitations transitions at Missouri long-term care facilities

As the State of Missouri reopens on June 16, long-term care facilities are an important piece of this process for many Missourians. When COVID-19 first knowingly entered the United States in January, long-term care facilities quickly became one of the more vulnerable environments disease spread. In late March, health officials began seeing Missouri long-term care […]

County Fair

North Central Missouri Fair canceled; only livestock and animal shows to be held

Due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Central Missouri Fair Board Thursday night voted to limit this year’s event to the hosting of only the livestock and animal shows. More information is to be released in the coming days about the livestock and animal shows including the dates, rules, and regulations. The decision […]