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Report shows 5 million seniors lose $27.4 a year to phone scammers WASHINGTON, DC, July 8 -- Seniors may get robocall relief if a new Federal Communications Commission [FCC] ruling prompts phone companies to implement technologies that automatically block them. Dan Weber, an advocate for older...
The Iranian government is rattling sabers once again, and the Trump administration is rattling back. In years past those tensions would have sent world oil markets into a panic. Not so this time around. And one important reason is the U.S. has become so dominant in crude oil and natural gas...
Those attending woodworking class at Dottie Russell's was L-R Aselyn Grooms, Wren Dockray, Mikayla Robertson, Dottie Russell, Ryan Robertson, Justin Robertson, and Alanah Haas.
This has been a busy week as everyone is trying to finish their projects and have them ready for Achievement Day on July 13. On Sunday Richard Evans quilting class met at the Kidder United Methodist Church to work on their quilts. On Monday, some of the arts and craft group met at Dottie Russell's...
Elk at Peck Ranch Conservation Area
It's not quite a reality but if the plan approved by the Conservation Commission at their June meeting stays on track, Missourians could be placing their name in a drawing for the first ever Elk season in Missouri in 2020. According to MDC Elk Biologist Aaron Hildreth who presented the elk-hunting...
Mid-summer is the perfect time to plant cool season vegetables for a fall harvest. It’s hot it’s humid, and the height of summer in Missouri; not exactly the time of year most gardeners want to think about working out in their vegetable gardens, much less planting transplants and new vegetable...
COLUMBIA, Mo. – A new session of online core training for Missouri Master Gardener certification begins Aug. 18. “The motto of the Master Gardener program is ‘Helping others learn to grow,’” said David Trinklein, state horticulture specialist for University of Missouri Extension. The online classes...
Caldwell County Arts held an art show Friday evening and Saturday displaying their artwork at the Won by One Center in Hamilton. Amy Overstreet judged the many displays consisting of paintings, jewelry, and photos. Diane Turner won a blue ribbon for her watercolor painting of this angel. More...
It's been a wet six weeks here in the mid-west and turtles of all kinds have been on the move. Contrary to what you sometimes hear, the unusual amount of rain probably doesn’t have much to do with the appearance of these armored reptiles on the roadways. The common Snapping Turtle mates from April...
JEFFERSON CITY – As flood waters recede in many parts of the state, the Missouri Department of Transportation is working diligently to assess damage to state roadways and determine the repairs needed. “As roadways come out of the water, local maintenance forces will begin inspections to determine...
Almost everyone has heard of Jesse James, so it will be no surprise that the James Family’s farm has been the scene of a great deal of heartache and violence. This has led to the farm becoming one of the most haunted places in Missouri. The farm is open for public tours, where visitors learn how...

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