The auditor's report found some improvement from the previous audit and gave the county a rating of "fair."
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A bipartisan group of Springfield legislators is hosting a vaccination clinic next week in an effort to combat rising COVID-19 cases.
The PSC is set to consider a request from Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois to construct a transmission line running through Missouri.
A project meant to improve safety and traffic around a railroad crossing in West Plains received an investment from the federal government.
The most recent audit of Lawrence County was completed in December 2016 with the county receiving an overall rating of "poor."
The U.S. Department of Commerce awarded Branson a $3 million grant for a flood wall to protect the Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant.
From her time as an educator to her tenure in state and national politics, here’s a look at Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler’s career thus far.
Missouri’s PSC approved a change to Evergy Missouri West and Osage Valley Electric Cooperative’s territorial agreement this week.
An audit released today gives several recommendations to the Greene County Sheriff to improve the office's accounting controls and procedures.
In recent years, two other collector's offices have received an excellent rating as a result of an audit; those were Holt County in 2018 and Johnson County in 2020.