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In Branson, Missouri, the holy trinity of faith, flag and family reign supreme. It also is where an inspirational, God-and-country style of Christian nationalism serves as comfort food for the … more
Kansas City Star. October 20, 2022. Editorial: Missouri secretary of state wants to police library books. That’s not government’s job In his own words, Missouri Secretary of State Jay … more
Kansas City Star. October 18, 2022. Editorial: Underwhelming first month of sports gambling isn’t enough to lure the Chiefs to Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly’s office recently announced the … more
Pot is a popular topic on ballots again this election. Five states are considering whether to approve recreational marijuana for those 21 and older. Arkansas, Maryland, Missouri, North Dakota and … more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will conduct new testing at a Missouri grade school to learn more about the level of radioactive contamination in the school and on its playground. U.S. Rep. Cori … more
The Farmer’s Almanac is forecasting a “Hibernation Zone” across the Midwest for the winter season. Though it’s still too early to tell what the winter will bring, the Missouri Department of Transportation is preparing for the worst. more
Having a fast internet connection at home has become a near-requirement for many Americans, especially with the rise of remote education and working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But an … more
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. October 16, 2022. Editorial: Missouri’s draconian abortion law makes adequate postpartum coverage crucial Even as Missouri effectively forces the possibility of … more
Kansas City Star. October 14, 2022. Editorial: What message is Amanda Adkins sending Kansas by campaigning alongside Ted Cruz? A HINT AT KANSAS REPUBLICAN’S INTENT IN DC? It might be … more
Residents of South Central Ozark Council of Governments will have an opportunity to weigh in on state plans to get every Missourian online when officials from the Missouri Office of Broadband Development (OBD) visit West Plains as part of a listening tour, from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday at the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St.  more
West Plains will be among the first cities in Missouri to host the Department of Economic Development as it launches a listening tour aimed at ensuring all Missourians have high quality, affordable internet access they can use in full. more
Dan Singletary, CEO of Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, West Plains, has again been appointed as a district representative to the Internal Operations Committee of the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives (AMEC), Jefferson City. more
A judge has dismissed the lawsuit challenging a Missouri law that requires voters to show a government-issued ID. Cole County Judge Jon Beetem’s order on Wednesday means that voters without a photo … more
Hearings are again on hold in the state of Missouri’s effort to shut down a Christian boarding school whose staff members have been accused of abuse by numerous current and former students. Cedar … more
St. Louis Today. October 4, 2022. Editorial: Story of nonprofit contract highlights Missouri’s lack of transparency Under Missouri’s Sunshine Law, state records are supposed to be … more
The State of Missouri’s Information Technology Division is nationally recognized as one of the top two states in the country for IT Workplace Planning because of its efforts to address the need for a skilled IT workforce today and into the future, according to a national research and advisory institute focused on technology. more
The unusually low water level in the lower Mississippi River is causing barges to get stuck in the mud and sand. That's resulting in delays for shippers, recreational boaters and even passengers on a … more
Kansas City Star. October 3, 2022. Editorial: Questions in murder case shows need for eyewitness identification reform in Missouri. Nathan Hawkins has never denied fatally shooting Eric … more
Planned Parenthood officials have announced plans for a mobile abortion clinic, a 37-foot RV that will stay in Illinois but travel close to the borders of adjoining states that have banned abortions … more
The Missouri Supreme Court has set a January execution date for Scott McLaughlin, who was convicted of raping and killing an ex-girlfriend 19 years ago. The execution at the state prison in Bonne … more
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