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North Central Missouri College to offer free dual credit to qualifying high school students

Beginning Fall 2020, North Central Missouri College is offering up to six free dual credit hours of tuition per semester to students who qualify and meet eligibility for the free lunch program. This waiver covers classes taught by high school faculty during fall and spring terms. (Courses offered completely online or on NCMC’s campus are […]

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 […]

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New USDA survey to measure areas for improvement

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a new annual survey of farmers, ranchers, and private forestland owners. The survey will help USDA understand what it is doing well and where improvements are needed, specifically at the Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Risk Management Agency. A selection of 28,000 producers will receive […]

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USDA announces changes to emergency haying and grazing provisions

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency has announced changes for emergency haying and grazing of acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. This includes changes outlined in the 2018 Farm Bill that streamlines the authorization process for farmers and ranchers. “FSA authorizes emergency haying and grazing of Conservation Reserve Program acres under certain […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Missouri designates $7.5 million to help schools cover costs of PPE and cleaning

State officials say several million dollars in federal funding will help Missouri schools cover the costs of personal protective equipment (PPE). Governor Mike Parson says $7.5 million of the state’s Coronavirus Relief Fund has been allocated to a cost-share program with counties, to help Missouri schools cover PPE costs. The money will also help schools […]

Arrest

Ridgeway man accused of DWI by Highway Patrol

The Highway Patrol reports the arrest of a Ridgeway man in Harrison County the night of Friday, August 11th on multiple allegations. Forty-one-year-old Ronald Gibson was accused of the felonies of driving while intoxicated—chronic offender and no valid license—third or subsequent offense. He was also accused of misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child—second degree. […]

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KC man arrested in Daviess County

A Kansas City resident was arrested late Saturday afternoon in Daviess County. Thirty-eight-year-old Brandon Dickens and accused of tampering with a motor vehicle, felony possession of a controlled substance, first offense driving while intoxicated, careless and imprudent driving, not having a valid driver’s license, no proof of insurance, and misdemeanor property damage.

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MoDOT planned road work in northern Missouri for the week of August 10, 2020

The following is a list of general highway maintenance and construction work the Missouri Department of Transportation has planned in North Missouri for the week of August 10 – 16. All road closures and planned roadwork may be viewed on the Traveler Information Map at http://traveler.modot.org/map/. Inclement weather may cause schedule changes in some of […]