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May 22, 2015
Cost of living in the Midwest rises 0.1 percent
Genetic maps help managers maintain healthy bears
MDC encourages motorists to give turtles a brake!
Memorial Day: Honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice
Reliable Community Bancshares, Inc. met Wednesday
The Inalienable Right to Life
This week in the Missouri Senate
Two local students win first place in Holocaust contest

May 21, 2015
2015 Session Is Over
AG limits sale of personal information by RadioShack
Class in ‘How to Avoid Legal Issues with Employees’ offered
DESE announces ‘Gold Star Schools’
McCaskill holds hearing on ‘hospital observation status’
McCaskill seeks to delay certain menu labeling requirements
Senators demand permanent director for St. Louis VA
Senators seek to improve, expand access to mental health care
State Board of Education elects new officers

May 20, 2015
Aetna to pay $4.5 million for not covering autism
Blunt seeks to stop recording race, ethnicity of gun buyers
McCaskill co-hosts Senate roundtable on rural post issues
MDC, USDA will pay landowners to improve wildlife habitat
Missouri unemployment falls slightly
MoANG soldiers sweep regional Best Warrior contest
Periodical cicadas emerging in parts of Missouri
When May hay won’t dry, wrap it up to make baleage

May 19, 2015
Local residents earn degrees from Central Methodist
Local students named to Deans’ List at Maryville University
MSHP reports arrests
No ozone exceedances in Perry, Ste. Genevieve Counties
Police report arrests and incidents

May 18, 2015
Agriculture grateful for gains during session
Aldermen meet tomorrow night
Arkansas man seriously injured in Highway 51 crash
Bringing Congress to the Classroom
Class of 2015 says ‘good bye’ to Perryville High School
First regular session of 98th General Assembly
Gas prices jump more than a nickel a gallon
Lightning gets blame for accidental siren activation
MHA head comments on legislative session
MSHP reports arrests
Right-to-Work debate breaks Senate tradition
Troop C will conduct enforcement programs this weekend
Volunteers, TG employees plant 22,000 trees at Perryville plant

May 15, 2015
Important crop insurance deadline nears
MoDOT begins mowing season for Missouri roadsides
Police report arrests and incidents
Richardson elected to lead Missouri House

May 14, 2015
Bill would protect Mo from burdensome EPA regulations
Diehl responds to report he sent suggestive texts to intern
Flags to be lowered for Peace Officers Memorial Day
Gov. Nixon issues statement on House Bill 116
Majority floor leader expresses frustrations
Move Over And Slow Down Awareness Month
Perryville woman among MAC’s "Outstanding Students"
Spring clean your freezer

May 13, 2015
All children can eat free at District 32 this summer
Cape County Tea Party to hold its monthly meeting
District 32 amends dress code for next school year
Fescue hay comes up short in May
Koster announces settlement with Sprint and Verizon
McCaskill focuses on rural post offices
Memorial Day ceremonies slated at state veterans cemeteries
MSHP: Have A Safe Memorial Day Weekend!
NRCS State Technical Committee meeting set
PCSD No. 32 board report released
Rain slows corn planting, SE Missouri farmers hustle
Senate passes right to work bills

May 12, 2015
Bank of Missouri reports appointments
Blunt’s staff hosts mobile office at courthouse
Gov. Nixon signs FY2016 budget bills
Main Street is the Road to Opportunity
Missouri Lottery awards more than $9 million in prizes
MSHP reports arrests
NRCS extends application deadline for two initiatives
Regents set tuition, fees to take effect in Fall 2015
Senate passes resolution to recognize tourism industry

May 11, 2015
Cops are buckling down on those not buckling up
Jennifer Hoch earns scholarship from Columbia College
Mo gasoline prices rise an average 5.5 cents a gallon
MSHP reports arrests
Perryville man hurt in ATV rollover accident

May 8, 2015
Addressing Education the Wrong Way
April showers: Too much for some, not enough for others
Be on the lookout for eastern tent caterpillar
Blunt says he is fighting for release of citizens held in Iran
Co-ops take rural issues to Capitol Hill
John Cross selected to address PHS Class of 2015
Municipal Court Reform Legislation goes to governor
PCSD No. 32 board meets Monday
Ruessler published in Inscape at CMU

May 7, 2015
Commission awards contracts for Southeast District projects
Corn planting jumps in past week
East Harvest Circle Drive closed through Wednesday
House Bill 42 goes to governor
Jefferson College commencement exercises set for May 16
MoDOT releases scaled down transportation plans
MSHP reports arrests
R-II to host active shooter training
Soybean farmers waiting on the weather
Tuition and fees on the agenda for SEMO Regents meeting

May 6, 2015
General Assembly overrides governor’s veto of SB 24
Gov. Nixon vetoes HB 150
House overrides governor’s veto of SB 24
Latest air quality report has good news
MAC law enforcement to recognize fallen officers
MO-PERC seeks comments on FY16 budget
MSHP reports arrests
NRCS celebrates 80 years of helping people help the land
NRCS is accepting regional conservation proposals
Senator Blunt announces new staff for 114th Congress

May 5, 2015
1,390 to receive degrees at May SEMO commencement
Bill would protect local TV broadcasters from FCC rule
Gaillardia: Drought-tolerant color in the garden
Letter carriers vow to ‘Stamp out Hunger’ Saturday

May 4, 2015
Board of Aldermen meets tomorrow night
Capitol Report:
Gas Buddy: Gas prices in Mo are up 4.3 cents a gallon
Missouri celebrates Local Government Week
Smith defends rural property rights

May 1, 2015
Capitol Report
Colonel Ron Replogle retires as patrol superintendent
Don’t Blame Washington; This One’s On Us
New MSHP superintendent sworn into office
Nixon vetoes legislation he says would hurt needy children
Reining In Out of Control Spending
Resolution honors injured military service members, families
Senate passes gasoline tax hike
Senate: Nixon refuses to modernize state’s welfare policies