Thunder resounded throughout the Senate chambers, and hail rained down on Jefferson City Friday night as Senate Republicans continued to search for an FRA reauthorization plan.
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A new stamp from the U.S. Postal Service commemorating Missouri’s bicentennial is set to be issued this year.
They join Kansas City as local governments supporting opportunity and inclusion for Missourians with disabilities and their families.
All aboard! Amtrak is getting back on track with two round-trip trains per day in Missouri beginning in mid-July after the coronavirus pandemic partially derailed service.
With a renovation of the statehouse exterior finally completed, further improvements may be funded under a bill from Sen. Mike Bernskoetter.
As Missouri celebrates its bicentennial, a new landmark is under construction in the capital city to celebrate the milestone.
“Thank you for praying for us today and every day.”