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Friday, July 31, 2015
Achieving a Better Life Experience Program
Advance resident wins trip for two to paradise
Focus on Missouri Photo Contest winners announced
Gas price drops to accelerate from Labor Day through autumn
‘Hire More Heroes Act’ passes Senate
Interim Committee on Sanctity of Life holds first meeting
MAC embraces tobacco-free movement
McCaskill examines impact of U.S. Corporate Tax Code
Senate passes highway reauthorization bill
State Technical College announces Dean's List
State Technical College announces Spring Honor Roll
Wheat yields good in MU variety tests
Women in agriculture to be honored at 2015 State Fair

Thursday, July 30, 2015
HEN announces improved care delivery, patient safety
Keller’s will give away car at Seminary Picnic
McCaskill sits down with DOJ IG on lack of oversight

Wednesday, July 29, 2015
County clerk releases July commission meeting minutes
Keller Motors to raise money for St. Vincent
Legislative leaders call for investigation of fed encroachment
Looks like clear weather for the 115th Seminary Picnic
Perryville police reports

Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Diseased wheat plagues farmers
Increase in traffic deaths, drownings noted
McCaskill requests study of rural broadband, postal access
Missouri's Vignoles grape gains attention, notoriety
Ozone remains within limits, for now

Monday, July 27, 2015
Gasoline prices hold steady in Missouri
Humane Society of Mo offers hot weather tips for pets
Missouri's 2015 Historic 'Places in Peril'
Perryville youth hurt in ATV crash
State Senator Paul LeVota resigns

Friday, July 24, 2015
25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act
Become a Master Gardener
Bill would allow community banks to better serve rural areas
Dempsey asks for review of intern harassment allegations
Don Bedell re-appointed to Mo Conservation Commission
Legislator seek investigation of Planned Parenthood
McCaskill wants to hear traveler horror stories
McCaskill won’t support nominee until reforms are made
SEMORPEDC meets Tuesday
Senator Blunt’s staff hosts mobile office in Perryville Aug. 6
Urban, non-traditional agriculture matching grants

Thursday, July 23, 2015
Caller says he is school superintendent — but is not
Co-op youth program means education and fun
How to find financing for your business session planned
McCaskill: Government is failing to prevent Medicare fraud
Perryville firm constructs new state park

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
AGs call for phone carriers to offer call-blocking technology
Drum, bugle corps from the Netherlands to perform today
Mo third nationally for services for disabled
Senate committee to investigate Planned Parenthood
Sheriff warns of scam
The Bank of Missouri, Bank Star of the BootHeel to merge

Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Area students graduate from Southeast Missouri State
Gov requests major disaster declaration
Koster opens investigation into Planned Parenthood
Missouri to expand current newborn screening network
Wallingford joins call for investigation of Planned Parenthood

Monday, July 20, 2015
Board of Aldermen agenda released
CRP meetings slated
Gasoline prices fall 3.3 cents a gallon
‘Guns and Hoses’ event slated for August 22
Mizzou announces Spring 2015 graduates
Organic, natural, local: What do the labels really mean?
Reducing Poverty through Employment
Sales tax receipts show a ‘June swoon’
The River’s Edge closes for safety issues
Wet spring makes plants, trees, shrubs vulnerable to drought

Friday, July 17, 2015
Education overhaul includes McCaskill Plan
Farm Service Agency County Committee Election Reminder
Gov signs bill allowing Harris-Stowe to offer grad degrees
Midwest CPI increases 0.5 percent in June
Missouri's 2015 Historic Places in Peril to be revealed July 24
Poultry industry hit hard by avian influenza
State reps launch investigation into Planned Parenthood

Thursday, July 16, 2015
70 degrees & over, don’t take Rover!
Access Missouri college scholarships increase announced
AG sues USDA to give farmers more time to report acreage
Altenburg Public School slates work night
Avoid rental car pitfalls with BBB tips
Honda endorses ban on renting, selling recalled vehicles
MSHP reports arrests
Plan to attend the August ‘Mo State Fair’

Wednesday, July 15, 2015
$83,000 recovered from Cape Girardeau scam
$790,000 recovered for environmental clean-up
BBB: Nationwide timeshare scheme takes thousands
BBB Scam Tracker announced
Crader receives Missourian Award
Girl Scouts plan evening of swimming, s’mores
Governor signs law banning campus ‘free speech zones’
Nixon requests extension of crop acreage reporting period
Ozone levels remain within limits
PCSD No. 32 board meets Thursday morning
Public comment invited on MSHP accreditation
Senate passes bill to modernize U.S. warning systems

Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Avoid heat-related illness
DED releases June 2015 Jobs Report
FDA bows to pressure from McCaskill; delays menu labeling
Senator Blunt’s Statement on the Iran Deal

Monday, July 13, 2015
Gas prices rise slightly in state
Gov. Nixon vetoes bill that would revoke A+ scholarships
Perry County 4-H Fair Cattle, Horse Shows slated
Resilient Federal Forests
Sheriff reports arrests
Two hurt, one arrested following traffic crash

Friday, July 10, 2015
Attend mental health first aid training in Perryville
Bernard Fontana steps down as CEO of Holcim Ltd
Gov. Nixon signs municipal court reform legislation
MAC to host breakfast for FRJC alums
McCaskill says bill would improve rural postal service
Mo Bar president praises municipal court reform

Thursday, July 9, 2015
$1.4 Million settlement reached on ‘memory’ supplements
Advocating for the Military (HB 1070)
Army announces troop cuts at Fort Leonard Wood
Blunt, colleagues question International Climate Pledge
Chase forced to change unlawful debt-collection practices
Free ACT exam to be offered to all at District 32
Liquid nicotine bill signed into law
McCaskill presents plan to improve educator mobility
McCaskill security clearance bill passes key hurdle
PCSD No. 32 to hold Family Enrollment Day
Residents will enjoy lower rates at Perryville, Chester facilities

Wednesday, July 8, 2015
AG urges Congress to preserve state’s data breach authority
Missouri Lottery awards more than $6.4 million in prizes
Nixon directs agencies to implement Supreme Court ruling
Recorders of Deeds respond to same-sex marriage ruling
Voters to decide if county should collect city taxes

Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Former Perryville resident reports scary experience on airliner
Latest ozone readings show no exceedances
Motorists vote for favorite digital safety messages

Monday, July 6, 2015
Gasoline prices rise in Missouri
McCaskill seeks review of postal service
Missouri Powerball player wins $70 million jackpot
MSHP reports arrests
New time capsule to be placed in Capitol cornerstone
School board meets Wednesday
Ten die in holiday weekend crashes
Unemployment rate falls in Perry, rises in Ste. Gen County

Friday, July 3, 2015
Aldermen meet Tuesday evening
Dollar Tree to acquire Family Dollar’s stores
Kander announces Blue Book photo contest
MSHP reports arrests
MSHP wants to ticket you, if you speed this weekend
Supreme Impact: How the decisions of a few affect many
TG Missouri awards scholarships totaling $4,600
Transportation program focuses on roads, bridges

Thursday, July 2, 2015
Fall Registration is underway at PHEC
Legislation approved to help veterans, seniors
Missouri picnics cost more this year
State releases Fiscal Year 2015 General Revenue Report

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
2015 Operation Dry Water enforcement results released
Air quality remains good in area
Cheap gas may bring more visitors to national, state parks
District adds $600,000 to fund balance
MSHP reports arrests
New fiscal year begins today
New law clarifies tax on motor vehicles
Pay Pal backs off from robo-call demand
PCSD No. 32 board meeting report released
Several initiative petitions filed with Secretary of State

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Bill creating ABLE saving accounts signed into law
Blunt touts THUD Appropriations Bill
Fall registration underway at MAC
Koster sues EPA, Corps over definition of waterways
Missouri S&T announces honor list
Oak Ridge farmer to talk about revitalizing dairy industry
Online map help families locate local summer food programs
Test compost before adding to garden soil
Tips for farmers and ranchers with arthritis
Wehner receives scholarship from MU

Monday, June 29, 2015
American Greatness: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
Blunt continues efforts to cut burdensome regulations
Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips from the Humane Society
Gas prices fall again
MSHP reports arrests
Patton woman hurt in Highway 34 crash
St. Joseph Street repairs are underway