A winter thaw in the Northeast has triggered sap to flow in maple trees, launching an early start to the syrup season for some producers in parts of New England who have already decided to tap their trees.
The annual deadline for purchasing Obamacare approved insurance will have passed by the time this is printed. Remember the promises about not raising taxes on the middle class?
So why is the majority of the landowners against the Rock Island trail?
I voted for Mike Kehoe in 2010. I believed that he had a resume that simply demanded respect and could bring a voice of reason to that dysfunctional mess called the Missouri Senate.
To continue the Sunday discussion of motherhood, also characterized, “pregnancy takes a terrible toll on the female body.”
Missouri state Rep. Genise Montecillo said nothing publicly for more than six months about the June day she tried to kill herself.
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Prescription drug abuse has become a scourge in Missouri, and a statewide monitoring program is needed to address addiction and overdoses.
The Supreme Court has called the right to privacy both a “fundamental human right” and “the right most valued by civilized men.” It finds support in the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution.
City outlines priorities for legislative session
Jefferson City Administrator Steve Crowell said officials met with the city’s lobbyist, former Mayor Tom Rackers, at the end of January to go over the legislative priorities of the city.
While there's consensus in some other Republican-dominated states to ramp-up laws to keep firearms out of the hands of domestic abusers, a Missouri proposal to do that appears to have little chance in the GOP Legislature.
Proposed constitutional amendment would add 2 members
Missouri voters could be asked this fall to expand the Missouri Conservation Commission from four members to six.
Reasons for Belair principal change unclear
A Jefferson City Public School principal has been demoted and transferred to a different elementary school for reasons district officials would not comment on Friday.
Some dyslexic students read entire sentences backward, invert words while reading or writing, and mix up letters and numbers. The most common characteristic, though, is difficulty breaking down the letters of written words into distinct sounds.
Missouri’s Veterans of Foreign Wars gave U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, their 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award Saturday.
When he was in college, Mark Wolfe didn’t think sales would be for him, so he went into the agriculture business.
State Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard is the first Missourian in 194 years of statehood to serve as the top official in both the House and Senate.
If you’re looking to arrive in style, ValetLuxe is on its way — already here, actually.
Mitch Wideman is putting his 15 years of experience in roofing to use in his own Mid-Missouri business.
Jamey’s Club, at 900 W. McCarty St. in Jefferson City, is under new ownership as of Dec. 1, 2015.
In Jefferson City
Jefferson City issued 37 building permits during January 2016, as follows.