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April 27, 2015
AG obtains restitution for victims of odometer fraud
Capitol Report:
Capitol Report
Gasoline prices rise 2.5 cents a gallon in Missouri
Groups plan city hall prayer gathering
House, senate reach agreement on budget bills
Nine local students inducted into honor society
Sales tax receipts up in Perryville, Ste. Genevieve

April 24, 2015
Five local SEMO students inducted into honor society
For What Will We Be Remembered?
Hospital CEO asks city to stay with nursing home TIF deal
Keeping Utility Rates Low for Missourians
Legislature sends state operating budget to the governor
Missouri Capitol ceremony honors crime victims
New study highlights economic contribution of dog breeders
Nicole Reyes inducted into honor society
School Board meeting report released
Serenity HospiceCare honors local volunteers
Sheriff reports arrests and incidents
St. Mary board meeting minutes released
Tiger sanctuary launches spring meat donation drive

April 23, 2015
Bill would ease regulatory burden for job creators
Dairy prices holding steady
Dept honors Missouri’s fallen workforce
Many farmers switching from corn to soybeans
O’Fallon man suffers minor injuries, is arrested after crash
Senator Blunt applauds passage of sex trafficking act
Social Security is being garnished to collect student loan debt
Strong cattle prices continue; hog markets drop

April 22, 2015
Agenda d’Art
Agendas posted for Ste. Gen Board of Aldermen meetings
Jessica Mell joins Serenity HospiceCare
Missouri receives Anadarko settlement money
Regional Planning Environmental Quality Committee to meet
Wet conditions delay corn planting in much of the state

April 21, 2015
Agenda posted for Thursday’s board of aldermen meeting
Bloomsdale teen charged in catalytic converter thefts
Fruitland Rest Area on I-55 to close for repairs
Heritage Commission meets
Melissa Etheridge finds her roots in Ste. Genevieve
Nearly 100 turn out for first Ste. Gen March of Dimes walk
Those who purchased vehicles without titles win settlement
Valle’s academic team finishes second in district

April 20, 2015
Chamber holds 91st Gala
Flag flies high above Bloomsdale Medical Centre
Gasoline prices rise in Missouri
Heritage Commission meets tonight
Louisiana man hurt in I-55 crash
MSHP reports arrests
Police report arrests and incidents
Tourism Advisory Commission meets tomorrow night
Tourism Tax Commission meets Tuesday

April 17, 2015
Bolduc House plans exhibit for Fourth Friday ArtWalk
Capitol Report
Corn planting delays not a problem yet
Funding Missouri’s Transportation Infrastructure
Midwest CPI rises slightly
Nearly 100 turn out for first Ste. Gen March of Dimes walk
Rural roads connect Missouri’s agricultural industries
School board meets Tuesday
Smith issues statement on voting to repeal the death tax

April 16, 2015
Blunt reintroduces legislation to protect consumers
Missouri food prices shift in 1st quarter
MSHP reports arrests
Opinion: Right to work: Good for freedom, good for economy
Science fair winners to participate in Olympiad Saturday
Susan Roth receives Archbishop May Service Award

April 15, 2015
Celebrate World Red Cross Day by giving blood
County Commission meeting minutes released
DED releases March 2015 Jobs Report
Gardens as impressive as its collection of vertical log houses
Important agriculture legislation signed by Governor Nixon
Missouri Bar will help Missourians create advance directives
NRCS earth team helps farmers improve natural resources
Sheriff reports arrests and incidents

April 14, 2015
A safe place to meet
Chelley Odle joins Serenity Hospicecare
Extension viticulturist to work with wineries
Ken Steiger to succeed Mick Schwent as city fire chief
Latest ‘City Scene’ is released
Mayor proclaims annual Poppy Days
Ste. Genevieve man faces drug, weapons charges

April 13, 2015
Gasoline prices in Missouri rise nearly a penny a gallon
Guard continues to offer individuals opportunities
Jason Smith’s Capitol Report
Kevin Engler’s Capitol Report
MSHP reports arrests
Police report arrests and incidents
Youth Plein Air Event slated

April 10, 2015
County Commission meeting minutes
New state election law causes confusion for local entities
Two weeks left for Congressional Art Contest submissions

April 9, 2015
Ambulance board meeting minutes released
Bloomsdale board of aldermen meeting minutes
Former R-II superintendent is honored
Gov. Nixon signs bill to encourage high-tech data centers
Missouri FFA Convention is this month in Columbia
Missouri Lottery awards more than $8 Million
Missouri pesticide company to pay civil penalty
MoDOT must pay $750,000 for storm water runoff violations
Monday is National Lineman Appreciation Day
Motorists will enjoy cheapest summer gas prices in a decade
Route M reduced to replace culvert pipe

April 8, 2015
Community Center, R-II propositions pass easily
Drivers rescued after vehicles became stranded in high water
SGCMH slates quilting days
Sheriff reports arrests and incidents
St. Mary Board of Aldermen meets tomorrow night
Ste. Gen Aldermen meet tomorrow night

April 7, 2015
Attorney General Koster shuts down telemarketer
County Commission meeting minutes
GasBuddy: Gas prices should decline slowly
MSHP reports arrests
WIC Guidelines for 2015-2016 released

April 6, 2015
Bloomsdale woman hurt in Route T crash
Capitol Report
Gas prices fall in Missouri
Hayti woman hurt when air bag deploys
MSHP reports arrests
MSHP seeks public help in victim of crash on Highway 67
Route J reduced for pavement repairs
Sabreliner names new director of engineering
St. Mary woman hurt in Highway 61 crash
St. Vincent de Paul pantry closed Wednesday
‘What’s New’ guest line up announced

April 3, 2015
Aaron Galleries to participate in St. Louis event next month
Attorney General’s Office to offer Sunshine Law Workshops
Consumer Alert: Koster warns of widespread tax return fraud
Flash flooding is extremely dangerous to motorists, boaters
Governor releases $3 Million for river ports
Gov. vetoes bill barring superintendents from school boards
Legislation would limit the growth of government spending
Missouri House approves ethics reform legislation
Police report arrests and incidents
Rural Schools Deserve a Fair Shake
Senate Returns from Spring Recess
State releases March 2015 General Revenue Report
Ste Genevieve man is ‘Conservationist of the Year’
‘The Will to Do’: Southeast unveils brand with bold, novel feel
With more state money, comes more state spending

April 2, 2015
Funding available to protect wetlands
Four St. Louis residents face drug charges following chase
Possible suspect in SGCMH theft is in custody
Public’s help sought in reforming municipal courts
Radio Shack proposal to sell customers’ private data draws fire
Wounded Warrior receives new home

April 1, 2015
AG seeks to remove all animals from Safe Harbor in Jackson
CenturyLink celebrates National Safe Digging Month
Commission awards contracts for Southeast District projects
Got a smartphone? Most folks do now
Lauren Tucker wins patriotic art contest
Partnerships strengthen regional economies
Project Pioneers will meet Saturday
Roberta Broeker appointed interim MoDOT director
Spring into action and donate blood with the Red Cross
Treasurer marks start of Financial Literacy Month