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December 19, 2014
AG announces multistate settlement with T-Mobile
Deans’ Lists of MAC students released
Enjoy a healthy First Day Hike with Missouri State Parks
Fighting for Rural Missouri
Joint Committee on Government Accountability holds hearing
Legislation would waive annual fees for family farms
MoANG celebrates National Guard’s 378th birthday
New MSHP trooper to serve in Ste. Gen, Perry Counties
No new filings for April election
Oral chemotherapy parity legislation to become law Jan. 1
Perryville teen seriously injured in Route V crash
Sheriff says more burglary arrests are pending in county

December 18, 2014
AG sues municipalities for violating Macks Creek law
Blunt issues statement on Obama’s Cuba announcement
Four Cape residents face burglary charges in Perryville
Georgia man hurt in Route H traffic crash
Kander releases report on Elections Integrity Unit successes
MDC and MoDOT invite schools to fight litter
Missourians temper economic confidence with caution
Perryville man charged with three Perry County burglaries
Police report theft of newspapers, money
Schweich releases audit of Mo Department of Agriculture
Senate GOP Leaders: Impact of King v. Burwell Decision
Senator Blunt joins amicus brief against executive amnesty
Sheriff investigates theft from Gilster Mary Lee
Sheriff reports arrests
State Board names new commissioner of education
This Holiday Season

December 17, 2014
Farmington man hurt in Route C crash
Filing begins for April election
Legislation would cut business fees to lowest in nation
MDC shooting range user survey underway
Midwest CPI falls in November

December 16, 2014
Blunt applauds key agriculture priorities in omnibus
Blunt praises key defense priorities in omnibus
Blunt rejoins Senate Intelligence Committee
DED releases November 2014 Jobs Report
Dept of Insurance calls for decrease in workers’ comp rates
McCaskill named to top Demo spot on Aging Committee
Nixon and legislators discuss repairs to Capitol building
Start the Year Right with a Winter Hike
Survey finds 1 in 4 holiday travelers affected by low gas prices

December 15, 2014
Bill to boost jobs, support travel, tourism passes in senate
Blunt says Missouri will benefit from passage Of NDAA
Board of Aldermen meets Tuesday
Brown-Blunt Manufacturing Bill goes to President
Christmas message from the Gov. and First Lady
December 2014 Conservation Action
Gasoline prices fall 7.3 cents a gallon in Missouri
Kansas City woman charged with felony Medicaid fraud
McCaskill, Blunt secure memorial status for Liberty Memorial
McCaskill votes against spending bill
MDC habitat calendar has 12 months of management tips
MSHP reports arrests
Police investigate forklift theft and other incidents
Tough Conservative Decisions

December 12, 2014
Cape man is new MFB Young Farmer Chairman
Hurst re-elected Missouri Farm Bureau President
Jackson couple wins Excellence in Agriculture Award
Justice Matters: Missouri's treatment court divisions provide gift of renewed life
Missouri ranks 23nd in the nation in jobs lost to China
MoDED named best economic development agency in USA
MSHP reports arrests
New MSHP trooper coming to Ste. Gen, Perry Counties
TalentForce launches ‘Toastie Toes’ campaign

December 11, 2014
Ellis Grove woman hurt when struck by car
Missouri Farm Bureau adopts policy positions
Robinson Construction employees raise awareness for cancer
Senator Blunt applauds passage of bipartisan river study
Two St. Louis men hurt when box truck overturns

December 10, 2014
Altenburg teen hurt in Route A crash
Chamber prepares for annual meeting
Kander convenes Elections Integrity Task Force
MoDOT to provide report on tolling Interstate 70
Schweich releases municipal court initiative guidelines
State Treasurer Clint Zweifel announces $529 Sweepstakes

December 9, 2014
Missouri Lottery awards more than $211 Million
Red Sanders celebrates 40 years at Buchheit
Rozier’s announces 12-Hour Holiday Sale winners
This year's deer harvest ahead of 2013
USDA announces 2015 Agricultural Outlook Forum speakers

December 8, 2014
ACLU tells legislature to stay out of marriage legal battle
Blood drive slated
Career Center prepares students for 21st century careers
Gasoline prices fall six cents a gallon
Many contribute to new Missouri Military History Museum
Mormons honored for 10-years’ service on the ‘Mighty Mo’
Sales tax receipts up almost $30,000 with one month to go
This year’s sales tax revenue was up $109,000 from last year
Winter 2014 Covey Headquarters Newsletter released

December 5, 2014
December Conservation Commission meeting agenda
Ending Washington’s Spending Addiction
Kander announces two initiative petitions
Looking for Answers in Ferguson
Missouri Division of Tourism newsletter released
More work planned for the Chester Bridge
Police report arrests and incident
Smith votes to fight president’s power grab
WWI veterans coin heads to President’s desk
Youth unemployment at 14.5% in November

December 4, 2014
$3.8 M settlement reached in Sirius XM suit
Blunt praises passage of U.S.-Israel Strategic Partnership
Gasoline prices dip below $2 a gallon
Kander announces two initiative petitions
Kander Certifies Results of November 4 General Election
MFA Oil Company's growth continues
SEMORPEDC meets Tuesday
Signs will mark the Trail of Tears in Iron County
USDA extends deadline to apply for dairy margin protection

December 3, 2014
Boil water order continues for portion of Perryville
Church plans Gospel Opry
Congressman Smith comments on proposed EPA rule
Father, daughter celebrate extinct birds of Missouri
Jefferson City picked for federal local foods program
Missouri consumers optimistic
Missouri Council of the Blind commends Governor Nixon
MU Extension encourages families to dine in today
Nixon says fiscal discipline leads to prudent investments
Police report arrest

December 2, 2014
Blunt, McCaskill call for USPS to delay consolidation
Blunt urges EPA to withdraw proposed rule
Candidates for public office must file affidavits
Community invited to Holiday Homecoming Dance
Holiday Christmas Festival is this weekend
MSHP reports arrests
Senior citizens dinner postponed
State releases November 2014 General Revenue Report

December 1, 2014
15 fatalities over 2014 Thanksgiving Holiday
Bank of Missouri names social media coordinator
Co-op members flood EPA with millions of comments
Gasoline prices continue to fall
House, Senate leaders call for public hearings on Ferguson
Police report arrest and incidents
Senator Blunt discusses efforts to rebuild Ferguson
Unemployment falls in Perry, Ste. Genevieve Counties