Missouri Soybean CEO Gary Wheeler will receive the Honorary American FFA Degree, the national organization's highest honor, next week.
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In an effort to support the city following February’s cold snap, Missouri granted Hannibal $750,000 through a municipal utility loan.
Despite recent changes, Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick said there was no way to reconcile his concerns over proposed IRS reporting standards.
In his January proclamation regarding the border wall, President Joe Biden called building such a barrier “not a serious policy solution.”
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a temporary decrease to Evergy Metro customers’ electric bills beginning next month.
Missouri’s non-farm employment rose by more than 70,800 jobs between September 2020 and last month, according to the latest jobs report.
Rep. Doug Richey was selected as the new chair of the Joint Committee on Education by its members Wednesday.
The Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame inducted its 2021 class last week, honoring five Missourians for their community engagement.
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