Recognition events in honor of more than 200 of Missouri’s recent donors will occur today in the Capitol and the Harry S. Truman State Office Building and will conclude with an evening candlelight vigil and moment of silence in the Governor’s Garden.
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Students, teachers, administrators, and families from around Missouri gathered at the Capitol last month to celebrate the arts.
To celebrate the 337th birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach, Karen Bretz will play his music on the piano in the Missouri Capitol rotunda on March 31.
Chief Justice Paul Wilson delivered his State of the Judiciary address with a tone that was aspirational and bipartisan.
On Monday night, a large collection of Missourians are hosting a reception in Jefferson City to celebrate America’s relationship with Israel.
The Missouri Times honored Senator Roy Blunt with its annual Statesman of the Year award on Feb. 23, 2022.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack said the program will be committed to including minority farmers in the partnership program.
It’s been a week of proposed rule changes in the Senate.
"I’m way more interested in protecting the Senate and what has made the Senate special. From my perspective, it’s not special right now."