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July 21, 2014
Art Guild releases latest Agenda d’Art
BREASTFEEDING: A Winning Goal – for Life!
Extension announces county fair awards
Family of Betty Ann Basler thanks community
Fourth Friday show celebrates annual music festival
Missouri gasoline prices fall again
MSHP reports arrests
Police report arrests, incidents
Second attempt at micro-seal is underway
Sheriff has pets to reclaim, adopt

July 18, 2014
2014 Can Still be ‘A Year of Action’
Chief insurance regulator addresses agents at MAIA
Landmarks Commission meets Monday
Missouri listed among 16 quake prone states
National park tourism in Missouri creates $287 million
Nomination deadline nears for FSA county committees
Overview of August Ballot Measures
PEG Access channels will be moving to new dial locations
Second attempt at micro-seal starts Monday

July 17, 2014
Beware of hungry bears
Farmer’s Market celebrates bicentennial Saturday
Justice Matters
Kerry Messer appeals for help in finding his missing wife
Marcine Armstrong completes rehab goals, returns home
R-II School Board meets Monday
Route N reduced for pavement repairs
Statewide Fishing Report
Tower Grove Park director to retire

July 16, 2014
AG takes action against 16 home-repair businesses
Local fire departments receive grant money
Missouri moves up in ‘Top 10 Pro-Business States’
Missourians urged to share opinions on protecting deer
MSHP reports arrests
Project Pioneers to hold final meeting
Residents complain about lack of flood warning
Ronnie White confirmed as federal judge
Tourism Advisory Council meets Friday
Tourism Tax Commission meets Friday

July 15, 2014
Casey Staffen is crowned 2014 Fair Queen
Conservation Commission meets
County Commission meeting minutes released
DED releases June 2014 Jobs Report
Gasoline prices should continue to fall
Gov. Nixon announces final bill actions
Kander expands online business filing options
Missouri’s new criminal code takes effect next year
Public meeting will discuss water quality standards
Senators speak out against latest veto
Treasurer issues warning on unclaimed property websites

July 14, 2014
AHA BLS CPR Certification slated
Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group Meeting
Engler comments on veto of pregnancy resource legislation
Gov. Nixon vetoes e-cigarette exemption from tobacco laws
Heavy rain sends water over streets
Legion Commander: Invasion of illegal aliens is a crisis
Memphis couple hurt in I-55 crash
Missouri gasoline prices fall again
MSHP reports arrests
Sheriff’s office has pets to reclaim or adopt

July 11, 2014
Bill to protect religious freedom in Middle East passes
EPA wants to regulate waters of the U.S.
McCaskill bill would protect VA whistleblowers
New fire truck would cost homeowners $25 a year
Smith: Appropriations bill strips ‘Waters of the U.S.’ funding
St. Mary Board of Aldermen meeting minutes

July 10, 2014
Construction industry head bemoans state of rural roads
Dairy organization critical of new law
Farmers’ market offerings are listed
Gov. Nixon signs legislation to protect Missouri’s children
Governor signs 10 bills, vetoes three others
Local projects funded by tax hike listed
Meetings set for draft nonpoint source management plan
Midway break in suspect is arrested
Newspaper says Ste. Gen man charged with abusing inmate
Proper pruning may save storm-damaged trees
Regional Planning Commission meeting scheduled
Right to Life reacts to Governor’s veto of tax credit increase
Statewide fishing report
Valle silver to be on display at Foundation meeting
Want to be a Conservation Agent?

July 9, 2014
Attorney General Koster endorses Amendment No.1
County Commission meeting minutes
Missouri prohibits pension advances
New election laws take effect next month
Sales tax receipts are up in Perryville and Ste. Genevieve
Smith: EPA Administrator Should Listen to Missourians
Ste. Genevieve Board of Aldermen meets tomorrow night
St. Mary Board of Aldermen meets Thursday

July 8, 2014
Missouri Lottery Awards More Than $8.7 Million In Prizes
Missouri Sees Fewer Traffic Deaths; Increase In Deaths On The Water
SG County Clerk Resigns
SGCSO Releases Latest Info

July 7, 2014
ACLU challenges HJR 90
Ambulance district meeting minutes are released
Boy Scout Troop150 attends summer camp
Calyn Roth performs at Lady of the Snows
Cardinals, broadcast partners benefit Cardinals care
Catherine Gettinger participates in Ms Nursing Home Pageant
Department of Insurance fights distracted driving
Gasoline prices fall in Missouri
Gov encouraged to support funding for newborn screenings
Gov. Nixon signs bills benefiting military members, veterans
Heartsaver CPR class slated
Kander expands military voting opportunities
MFA Oil Company acquires Brown Propane
MSHP reports arrests
Muny band line up is announced
Prosecutors release best practices recommendations
SGCMH auxiliary plans quilting days
SG plant not part of Holcim-LaFarge merger divestiture
Sheriff’s office has pets for reclaiming, adoption
Show-Me State Games opening ceremonies slated
Ste. Genevieve celebrates Independence Day
‘What’s New’ guest line up is announced

July 4, 2014
Celebrate Safe! See You Monday!

July 3, 2014
$1.5 million for innovative projects to help small businesses
$23.9 million to grow small businesses
Festus man faces felony jail contraband charge
Fire up the Grill!
First responders may administer heroin overdose antidote
Gov. Nixon signs 13 bills, vetoes four
Governor denies women 72-hr reflection period
Latest CityScene is released
Lost and found: State treasurer returns more than $40m
MSHP Troop C plans holiday traffic enforcement
Rain dampens course, but not spirits at Friends golf tourney
Remembering Those Who Declared Independence
Rep. Elijah Haahr thanks governor for signing HB 1303
Senate leader comments on veto of pro-life bill
Statewide fishing report

July 2, 2014
Experts seek FDA approval for medical marijuana
Gov. Nixon signs bill to help improve breast cancer detection

John Stuppy opposed purchase of ‘nuisance house’
Project Pioneers to meet Saturday, July 12
Sheriff reports arrests
‘Smiles to Go’ van plans Ste. Genevieve stop
State revenue falls one percent during fiscal year
St. Mary post office may reduce hours
‘Tourism Monitor’ has been released
Two days of Independence Day activities in Ste. Gen

July 1, 2014
Ambulance district meets Wednesday
County Commission meeting minutes
Enjoy big fun at Missouri’s Fourth of July celebrations
First Presbyterian Church receives $100,000 grant
First Presbyterian Church VBS slated
Informational meeting at Hawn State Park July 12
MSHP conducts ‘Operation Dry Water’
New trooper to begin patrolling Ste. Gen County
Producers reminded of 2014 acreage reporting requirement
SEMO regents approve $106.7 million operating budget