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LUNCH PACKING TIPS OFFERED

IT’S BACK TO SCHOOL TIME FOR STUDENTS AND SCHOOL LUNCH PACKING TIME FOR MANY PARENTS. HERE ARE SOME TIPS ON MAKING SURE THAT LUNCH YOU SEND WITH YOUR CHILD IS SAFE. HERE’S GARY CRAWFORD

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Missouri Media football rankings

Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 14-member panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. First-place votes in parenthesis. Panel is made

HALI SET TO BEGIN PRACTICING

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DEFENSE GOT JUST A LITTLE STRONGER MONDAY, AS THE TEAM ANNOUNCED VETERAN LINEBACKER TAMBA HALI IS COMING OFF THE PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM (P.U.P) LIST AND WILL BEGIN

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  • Soybean powered biodiesel August 15, 2016
    Demand for soybean oil can be seen at the local level. Christine Tew, Communications Director, Missouri Soybean Merchandizing Council, says Missouri State Fair trams are running on soybean powered biodiesel. More on that in this week’s Spotlight on Soybeans. Brought to you by Missouri’s soybean farmers and their checkoff. Learn more at mosoy.org The post […]
  • The next animal rights target August 12, 2016
    The U.S. animal rights movement has successfully packaged and pitched to the general media its “victories” in battles over sow gestation stalls and cages for egg-laying hens.  The media, not knowing any better, has echoed this message broadly.  I submit it has less to do with animal rightist waging an honest and honorable campaign to […]
  • Cargill removes antibiotic in turkey production August 10, 2016
    Cargill says it has stopped using an antibiotic for disease prevention in its turkeys that is also used in human medicine. The company says as of August first, the use of gentamicin was stopped for turkeys harvested for its two largest brands. However, the company says turkeys will still be treated with antibiotics for control […]
  • Cargill removes antibiotic from turkey production August 10, 2016
    Cargill says it has stopped using an antibiotic for disease prevention in its turkeys that is also used in human medicine. The company says as of August first, the use of gentamicin was stopped for turkeys harvested for its two largest brands. However, the company says turkeys will still be treated with antibiotics for control […]

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  • Veteran State Senator looks ahead to his final Veto Session August 23, 2016
    A veteran State Senator believes the Missouri Legislature will try to override about half of Governor Jay Nixon’s (D) vetoes. Nixon vetoed 22 bills after the 2016 Session ended. While the GOP holds veto-proof majorities in both chambers, State Sen. David Pearce (R-Warrensburg) says his “hunch” is that lawmakers will attempt to override about half […]
  • Science fiction author inducted into Hall of Famous Missourians August 23, 2016
    Science Fiction author Robert Heinlein is the latest inductee into the Hall of Famous Missourians. Heinlein was one of the most dominant and best-selling writers in the genre for several decades.  He was also the first Science Fiction author to break into mainstream publications in the 1940’s, and won an Oscar for his movie “Destination […]
  • Dixon wants special session to ask for Public Defender system pilot program and to fix DWI law August 23, 2016
    State Senator Bob Dixon (R-Springfield) wants Governor Nixon to call a special session to ask the legislature to back a pilot program for the Missouri Public Defender System and to close a loophole in Missouri’s drunk driving law. “They are both urgent issues. We are talking about people not being convicted of a DWI on […]
  • Both Presidential candidates eye Missouri, open state campaign offices August 23, 2016
    A state campaign office will open Tuesday in St. Louis for Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. In a press release from her campaign, it says the office will serve as a hub for organizing activity in St. Louis to help elect Clinton and Democrats up and down the November ballot. Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump […]

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