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March 30, 2015
Gasoline prices hold steady, again
Lewis and Clark Traveling Exhibit to visit Perryville
MSHP reports arrests
Police report arrests and incidents
Today is Vietnam Veterans Day

March 27, 2015
Bash trash with MDC and MoDOT’s annual ‘Trash Bash’
Fighting for Rural Veterans
Homeless man arrested for trespassing
Legion applauds senate for clarifying ‘40-mile Rule’
Local woman, daughter seriously injured in car/train crash
Senator Blunt's issues statement on FY2016 budget
Special enrollment period created for uninsured taxpayers
Ste. Genevieve woman hurt in Perry County traffic crash

March 26, 2015
Child protection measures passed by the House
Mary Jane’s Burgers and Brew is a runner up
Organic certification cost share program available
PCMS Honor Choir will perform during Cardinal game
Students awarded scholarships to attend Southeast
Two persons hurt in Highway 61 crash

March 25, 2015
$50,000 in fines collected for ignoring One Call Law
Andersson joins Robinson Construction
Blunt seeks to allow states to opt-out of EPA regulations
MSHP releases report on fiery truck crash
Solar information meetings slated
Treasurer returned more than $2.5 million last year
USDA limits payments to non-farmers

March 24, 2015
McCaskill fights to make rural towns, counties a priority
Midwest CPI rises 0.3 percent
MoDOT worker recalls crash in video
Otto releases 2014 statewide single audit
Otto releases audit of attorney general's office
Police report arrest and incident
Senator Blunt reintroduces Carbon Tax Amendment

March 23, 2015
Gasoline prices hold steady in Missouri
Missouri dairy bill heads to Governor's desk
MSHP reports arrests
Pedestrian-train casualties in Missouri increase
Perry County Relay For Life slated
Police report arrest and incidents
Senator Blunt marks fifth anniversary of ObamaCare
Session at mid-point with flurry of activity

March 20, 2015
Children’s Division reaccredited by Council on Accreditation
Cong. Smith announces Congressional Art Contest
EPA Puts Cookouts in its Crosshairs
Former Joplin police chief named DPS head
Hunting outlook good for most of Missouri
Justice Matters
Missouri Senate: Mid-Session Review
Perryville fire calls reported
Tackling the Important Issues in the Senate

March 19, 2015
Gov. Nixon signs disaster supplemental budget bill
House gives unanimous support to human trafficking bill
Mayors to send delegation to UN climate meeting
MDA hosts youth event for National Agriculture Day
Perryville police reports released
Route 51 in Perry County closed for railroad repairs
School board rescinds earlier vote, re-hires PHS principal
Unemployment rates fall in Perry, Ste. Genevieve Counties

March 18, 2015
$2.4 million settlement reached in Medicaid suit
Riverside Regional Library to receive technology grant
SEMORPEDC to meet Tuesday
Soil and Water Conservation District to hold annual meeting

March 17, 2015
Anti-human trafficking bill gains first round approval
Attorney General Koster obtains No-Call judgment
McCaskill Takes Aim at Waste
MDA launches market news web site
Missouri receives $112,000 in Medicaid fraud settlement
Mo unemployment falls to 5.5 percent
MSHP warns motorists, boaters of spring hazards
MSHP’s 100th Recruit Class includes Perryville woman
Spring into savings at the grocery store
Trade mission to Italy, Germany and Spain slated
Your taxes and the Affordable Care Act

March 16, 2015
Capitol Report
Check your home during Poison Prevention Week
Employer responsibility under the Affordable Care Act
Gasoline prices in Missouri fall a bit
MSHP reports arrests
Perry County Genealogical Library opens
Protecting Our Freedoms
Police report arrests and incidents
Sales tax receipts are up in Perryville, Ste. Genevieve
Southeast announces History Day Regional Contest winners
Woman faces felony charge following traffic crash

March 13, 2015
Blunt: Protecting religious freedom shouldn’t be budget issue
McCaskill: Americans aren’t saving enough for retirement
Missouri Department of Revenue provides tax filing tips
Missouri House approves fiscally responsible, balanced budget
Pay Attention in Work Zones – Or Pay the Price!
Perry Co. farmer wins $2,500 for Perryville FFA
Protecting the Future of Missouri’s Health Care Providers
Resolution filed for new Missouri Veterans Home
State Budget Receives House Approval
Students awarded scholarships to attend Southeast
Superintendent thanks road crews for snow, ice removal

March 12, 2015
Bird flu pops up at Missouri turkey farms
Blunt champions bill to help veterans receive better care
MAC Excited to Grow at Perryville Higher Education Center
Pedestrian dies after being struck by car on Highway 61
Senate advances measure to keep doctors in Mo
Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium ruling appealed
St. Vincent Junior High scores big at science fair

March 11, 2015
Blunt co-sponsors Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act
Blunt reintroduces Regulatory Improvement Act
FAPRI baseline shows lower farm income
Laundry packets pack a harmful punch to children
Nixon seeks Medicaid reforms in Mo like other GOP-led states
Patrol seeks public’s help in locating hit and run driver
Perryville man hurt in I-70 crash
SEMO will no longer offer classes at PHEC

March 10, 2015
Altenburg District No. 48 announces make up days
Blunt joins condemnation of ATF ammo proposal
Capitol Report
Commission awards contracts for Southeast District projects
GasBuddy identifies cities with most potential for easy savings
Historic Society slates open house at new location
Jacket reported stolen; had meds and MRI results in pocket
Local man faces DWI, other traffic charges
Local students participate in science fair
McCaskill seeks to protect seniors from identity theft
MDA confirms avian influenza in second Missouri facility
PCSD No. 32 school board meets tomorrow night
Perryville fire calls reported
Police investigate two incidents
Public works, gas department to hold public meeting
Rep. Rhoads proposes tax on illicit drugs
Rozier’s announces 112th anniversary winners
Severe winter weather affects blood, platelet donations
Traffic stop results in arrests for visitors to Perryville
Wibbenmeyer awarded scholarship to attend Southeast

March 9, 2015
AG warns Missouri consumers of two new scams
Avian flu outbreak reported in Missouri
Choose your ride this St. Patrick’s Day
February in Missouri: Cold!
Gasoline prices rise again in Missouri
National Churchill Museum receives gift
Second Friday Art Walk slated
TG Missouri seeks volunteers for tree planting project

March 6, 2015
AG pulls plug on robocallers
First Baptist Church in Morehouse plans Gospel Opry
Mo Women Legislators Scholarship
MSHP seeks driver involved fatal pedestrian accident
Peace Through Strength
Plan to give sheriff’s workers AirEvac memberships nixed
Spring is coming and that brings potholes

March 5, 2015
AG shuts down eight payday loan operations in Missouri
AG targets four businesses for No Call violations
House passes bill to limit medical malpractice damages
Kinnison named to dean’s list at Blackburn College
Missouri Lottery awards more than $10 Million in prizes
Police report arrests

March 4, 2015
‘Big Bang Boom’ comes to the Centene Center
DED releases January 2015 jobs report
MoANG soldiers, airmen win high honors at media contest
Patrol addresses cold weather water safety
St. Vincent Variety Show well attended despite weather

March 3, 2015
Congressman Jason Smith Reintroduces SCRUB Act
Harvesting timber can provide multiple benefits
Police report arrests and incidents
St. Vincent Elementary Open House set for Sunday
State releases February 2015 General Revenue Report

March 2, 2015
Bank of Missouri supports our veterans
City may give county employees Park Center memberships
Deadline extended for CSP contracts
Gasoline prices in Missouri rise 8.6 cents a gallon
Gov. Nixon will no longer travel to Cuba
Interstate 44 at Rolla back open to traffic
Kander announces initiative petition
Perry County sample ballot released
Police report arrests and incidents
Spring Cleaning Comes Early with SCRUB Act