On January 1st veteran lobbyists Heath Clarkston and Doug Nelson formed their own firm, a new entity entitled “Clarkston Nelson LLC”.
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Empower Missouri held a press conference earlier this week in order to bring attention to the Clean Slate Campaign, which they are leading throughout the state.
For the next two days, Missouri legislators from both chambers and both sides of the aisle will meet together at Lincoln University for a legislative retreat.
Rep. Tracy McCreery has won the seat for Senate District 24.
Like many parents, Grubb became more interested in the dealings of her local school once the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Eventually, she became more active in meetings.
24-year-old Boyd reflects on upset in primary, would be one of Missouri’s youngest legislators if elected
Boyd upset the incumbent in House District 2, Rep. Randy Railsback. The 24-year-old won by a shocking amount, a victory of over 30 points.
DeGroot will be joining his longtime friend, Senator-elect Curtis Trent, as he moves from the lower to the upper chamber. DeGroot will be working as Trent’s chief of staff for this upcoming session.
"It was a real wet spring, all the crops were late getting in ... about a month late," he said. "It's just been a rough year for farmers, we've seen the two extremes ... it's affected every farm around my area."
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.
The event, dubbed the Bi-State Softball Showdown, was put on by Greater St. Louis Inc, an economic development agency in the Gateway City that operates on both sides of the Mississippi River.