It's quite hard to put into words, you see. So, we'll let Lauren explain the episode in this week's recap.
Normally we don’t spend Friday afternoons praying for the long weekend to be over already, but this weekend is an exception. In just three short days, we will get to see so many of our country favorites get all glammed up for the 58th annual Grammy Awards, and we can’t wait. Need help passing the... Read more »
Governor Jay Nixon wants state lawmakers to tax daily fantasy sports and regulate the industry like gambling. During his State of the State address last month, Nixon called on the legislature to do so and said applying a tax could raise millions of dollars for things like education. Senator Kurt Schaefer (R-Columbia) has filed a […]
Northwest Missouri shot .468 from the field and .423 from three-point as they defeated Northwestern State 73-66 to claim their third straight MIAA regular season title in menâs basketball. Zach Schneider led the way with 23 points for the Bearcatsincluding six three-pointers and Justin Pitts added 18 points and three assists. Conner Crooker was also […]
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis reports a continued slide in farm income across areas of the Midwest and Mid South. In its Ag Finance report, the average value of ranchland, pastureland and quality farmland also declined in the fourth quarter of 2015. The survey was done in the last two weeks of December... Read more »
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EPA Chief Administrator Gina McCarthy testified Thursday that the EPA has no intention of withdrawing its proposed Clean Water Rule also known as the Waters of the US (WOTUS). McCarthy testified at a House Agriculture Committee hearing Thursday where she also said the EPA has âa collaborative spiritâ with federal agencies associated with farming. âEPA... Read more »
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