House bills regarding MSHSAA move forward

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Two bills are making their way to the House floor addressing the Missouri State High School Athletics Association (MSHSAA), one being scheduled for committee Monday and the other being shopped by its sponsor for support. HB 232, sponsored by relentless home school student defender Rep. Elijah Haahr, R-Springfield, would allow home

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The Missouri Times publisher to resurrect Nevada’s first newspaper

Carson City, NV – Capitol Publishing Group, the parent company of The Missouri Times, today announced an expansion into the Nevada market by reviving the historic Territorial Enterprise as a magazine that will provide in-depth coverage of the Nevada state political scene. “We could not be more excited about our new venture. Obviously via Mark



Twitter Interview: Catherine Hanaway, gubernatorial candidate

In an effort to provide more in-depth coverage of the ongoing political party conferences, The Missouri Times started conducting interviews on Twitter of prominent party figures. One of the first was an interview with former Missouri House speaker and 2016 Missouri gubernatorial candidate Catherine Hanaway. You can follow her on twitter @HanawayforGov. See the interview below: