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Kansas City Star. July 28, 2022. Editorial: Blunt, Hawley, Marshall betray sick veterans because they’re mad at tax, climate bill Three of the region’s four U.S. senators decided … more
Cleveland Plain Dealer. July 29, 2022. Editorial: Gerrymandered board of education districts do not accord with Ohio law and should be revised: editorial Ohio voters created the State Board … more
Primary elections are behind held in six states on Tuesday. In Missouri, scandal-ridden former Gov. Eric Greitens is attempting a political comeback in his campaign for U.S. Senate. In Michigan, a … more
Hundreds of tourism projects nationwide are collectively getting about $2.4 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding. The money has aided everything from a gas station expansion in California to … more
The same stubborn weather system caused intense downpours in St. Louis and Appalachia that led to devastating and in some cases deadly flooding. This week's floods had the same cause but how the … more
A Tuesday evening drought workshop at the West Plains Civic Center, conducted by the University of Missouri Extension Office for area farmers seeking advice for coping with the current extreme … more
The National Park Service (NPS) has announced its Roads and Trails Management Plan for trails and recreation areas in the Ozark Scenic National Riverways. Its goal as stated by NPS, is to … more
Kansas City Star. July 22, 2022. Editorial: Fist pumper to fleeing coward: Jan. 6 video shows Missouri who Josh Hawley really is Josh Hawley is a laughingstock. During Thursday … more
Almost 75% of Missouri is in a drought, with 35% experiencing severe to extreme drought similar to Howell County, as much of the state hasn’t seen significant rainfall in several weeks, or some … more
According to a study conducted by the Missouri Department of Transportation and the Missouri Public Transportation Association (MPTA), there is an unmet need in state funding for public … more
St. Louis has joined the growing list of Democrat-led cities seeking to help women gain abortion access, even in red states that have largely banned the procedures. Not long after Democratic Mayor … more
As drought conditions continue to worsen and extreme heat persists across the 10-county area surrounding and including Howell County, officials are asking residents to limit power and water … more
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has issued a drought alert in response to a drought that is significantly affecting the state, particularly in the south. The governor said Missouri is taking several steps, … more
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. July 18, 2022. Editorial: Parson signs law to criminalize homelessness, ignoring his adviser Missouri’s new law regarding homelessness couldn’t be more draconian … more
While more than 1 million people in the United States died, many more survived ICU stays that have left them with a host of health issues. One survivor is Freddy Fernandez, who was hospitalized for … more
While more than 1 million people in the United States died of COVID-19, many more survived ICU stays that have left them with a host of health issues. One survivor is Freddy Fernandez, who was … more
Willi Carlisle’s new album, titled “Peculiar, Missouri,” is a collection of campfire folk songs that celebrates love while railing against capitalism, meritocracy, our political divide and the … more
Kansas City Star. July 5, 2022. Editorial: Missouri Republicans are trying to keep you from voting. You must register by July 6 Missourians who wish to cast ballots in the Aug. 2 primary … more
Two leading Democratic state lawmakers have asked Missouri's Republican governor to call a special session to pass legislation that would safeguard contraception and medical treatment for ectopic … more
The St. Louis Board of Adermen has given initial approval to creating a $1 million fund to help St. Louis women get abortions in other states in the wake of a near-total abortion ban in Missouri that … more
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