The cattle market is beginning to see some normalcy, something cattlemen have sorely missed the past few months. The recent rains have given hope to those who have not culled their herds yet.
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On Thursday night, four candidates running in the Republican primary for Congressional District (CD) 4 took to the stage at the University of Central Missouri's Warrensburg campus. The four candidates are hoping to replace Rep. Vicky Hartzler in the U.S. House of Representatives.
"I don't believe that we even get in the conversation without this bill being passed," Rizzo said on a phone call.
The goal of the Interim Committee is to understand and identify ways to discourage illegal immigration and capture revenues the state is missing from the underground economy.
"I mean. people are going to be staying in hotels as far out as Columbia this is going to boost the entire western side of the state," Sen. John Rizzo said on a phone call Thursday. "This will provide a huge economic impact for Kansas City — and a big economic impact to Missouri."
The program is designed to give seniors and WIC participants in Kansas City, St. Louis, Springfield and the Mid-Missouri area access to fresh produce that would normally not be available nor affordable.
"Well, what do we think we do? We provide options, we provide opportunities, and kids can learn a different path... I'm not here to be the crime solver, that's not what I do. But if I can tell somebody that people care about your block — that changes things," Marion Pierson, director and founder of Mo Hives said.
As such, we must carefully examine how developments in the railroad industry will impact the Show-Me State.
Former policeman Richard Sayles has announced his candidacy for the second district of Kansas City’s city council.