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April 22, 2014
How to prevent losing 1,000 Missouri family farms
Kander puts spotlight on Safe at Home
Legislative leaders comment on Governor’s tax cut statement
Police report arrest, incident
Serenity welcomes new business manager
State agencies are exceeding energy-reduction goals

April 21, 2014
Altenburg Homemakers slate plant sale
Avoid invasive trees such as Bradford Pears
DED releases March 2014 Jobs Report
EMAA board to meet April 28
Gasoline prices fall in Missouri
Home values, sales ‘spring’ forward in March
Justice Matters: Missouri honors the vital work of jurors
May Is Bicycle Safety Month!
Police report arrests and incidents
Sheriff reports arrests and incidents
Stamp Out Hunger May 10th
Study: Centuries of sand to grow Mississippi Delta

Today is Tax Freedom Day®

April 18, 2014
Altenburg graduates visit PHS
April 2014 Conservation Action
Discover nature through women’s outdoor-skills weekend
Early teal season approved
FSCB employees teach fourth graders about savings
Gov comments on tax cut measure
Guyot Lumber & Hardware makes donation to PCSD No. 32
MAC to offer crisis intervention team training
MDC to limit firearm antlerless permits
Missouri House passes dyslexia measure
New administrators visit PCSD 32 campus
Obama Budget Hurts Military Preparedness
PACTC students place at state SkillsUSA
Preserving Important Missouri Health Programs
School board members are sworn in
SEMORPEDC to meet Tuesday
Tax cut legislation sent to governor’s desk
Tom Benton documentary is available on Blu-ray and DVD
Underwater archaeologist brings naval history to the surface
USDA attempts to stop spread of porcine virus

April 17, 2014
Free pesticide collection slated
House approves historic tax cut legislation
Kander marks National Library Week
Navy’s underwater archaeologists dive into naval history
Perryville Industrial Park named Certified FiberPark
Small business group lauds tax cut proposal
Three initiative petitions approved for circulation

April 16, 2014
Interstate 55 reduced for pavement repairs
Youth turkey season harvest tops 4,000

April 15, 2014
Gov. calls on legislature to bring tax dollars home
Midwest cost of living rises nearly one percent
Missouri FFA Convention to be held in Columbia
MoDOT launches next phase of Missouri Freight Plan
Motorcyclists urged to drive with caution this spring
National aviation organizations commend Nixon
New law will not bar breast feeding in public
Sen. Romine to speak at MAC Commencement May 10
Sign-up begins today for USDA Disaster Assistance

April 14, 2014
Aldermen to discuss public display of women’s breasts
Doctors protest UnitedHealthcare’s network reductions
Findlay selected to participate in Leadership Missouri
Frohna teen hurt when pick up hits deer, runs off road
Gasoline prices rise again
Giving Missouri the Freedom to Work
Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday is April 19-25
St. Louis man is hurt in I-55 crash
Youth spring turkey season nets 4,328 birds

April 11, 2014
Assembly asked to restore $22 million cut from K-12, higher ed
Capitol ceremony honors Crime Victims’
Conservation Commission to meet
Holding the Executive Branch Accountable
Honoring former members of the Missouri Senate
House approves Criminal Code Overhaul (HB 1371)
Measures revising Missouri’s criminal code advance
MFA Oil Company acquires Alexander Propane
Missouri food prices trend higher
PCSD No. 32 school board welcomes new members
Perry County Relay for Life will be held tomorrow
Primary move gains final approval in Senate
Sales tax receipts continue to slip
Senate advances criminal code revision
Spring Bird Migration Underway

April 10, 2014
Episode three of ‘MOGuard TV’ is released
Police report
Spring gasoline prices likely to rise
US Fish and Wildlife gives Missouri $27 Million

April 9, 2014
Baer defeats Gahan for Mayor, Hunt elected City Marshal
Census Bureau studies centenarians
First ozone readings of season look good
Innovative Capital Holdings acquires Sabreliner Corporation
PHS Silver Dagger Players preparing ‘Roaring’ good show
Unless you are a train, stay off the tracks

April 8, 2014
Can they see you? Don’t bet your life on it.
Forest ReLeaf of Missouri receives 2014 Arbor Day Award
Gov. Nixon announces launch of comprehensive energy plan
Memorial will honor former senators
Missouri House recognizes dairy plight
Missouri Senators debate Bill 491
Missouri soldiers win annual Bataan Death March
Motorists reminded to buckle up and pay attention
Move over for work zones - it's the law
Route 51 in Perry County reduced for pavement repairs
School board meets tomorrow night
Sheriff reports arrests
Sign-up date announced for disaster assistance programs
Tips for tax return filers before April 15 deadline

April 7, 2014
Archery tournament was a record-breaker
Department of Insurance consumer team expands hours
Help bash trash in MO through April Trash Bash!
Missouri gasoline prices rise again
MSHP reports arrests
Restraining order slapped on Ivey-Selkirk
Route C in Perry County Closed for Pipe Replacement
Sign-up dates for farmer, rancher disaster programs

April 4, 2014
Celebrate Arbor Days!
Earth Team volunteers recognized
Farm Bill funds pest, disease management programs
Gov. Nixon signs legislation protecting nursing mothers
House Approves Second Amendment Preservation Act (HB 1439)
Industrial park to be certified as an AT&T Fiber Park
Keeping Politics Out of Conservation
Missouri House approves Paycheck Protection Bill
NRCS State Technical Committee Meeting set
Police report arrests
Saving 2.6 Million American Jobs
School board meets Monday

April 3, 2014
Ag Secretary announces progress on 2014 Farm Bill
Cruise in downtown Perryville
Gov. Nixon declares state of emergency
Man charged after carrying a knife onto a school bus
MSHP: Spring brings flooding, hazards for motorists, boaters
State releases March 2014 General Revenue Report
The Economic Importance of Rail

April 2, 2014
Man faces felony charges for ‘wounded warrior’ scam
Missouri State Fair grandstand lineup announced
Route 51 in Perry County reduced for pavement repairs
Six candidates seek three seats on school board
Unemployment rises in Ste. Gen and Perry Counties
Voters go to the polls Tuesday

April 1, 2014
Charter announces upgrades for Perryville and Ste. Genevieve
Man faces DWI, driving while revoked charges after stop
Monarch Butterflies Could Use Your Help
Nixon receives report from Missouri Military Partnership
Perryville Fire Department reports fire calls
Schools trash litter while having fun
Spring turkey outlook good for much of Missouri

March 31, 2014
Aldermen meet tomorrow night
Bash Trash in April through Annual Trash Bash
Gasoline prices increase in Missouri
Missouri Department of Insurance marks 145th year
Move over for work zones – It’s the law
MSHP reports arrests
Police report arrests and incident
Remnant Church celebrates 10th anniversary
St. Charles couple claims $96.5 million Powerball jackpot