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Press Release: Auditor Schweich Calls for Continued Support of Right to Farm

Auditor Schweich Calls for Continued Support of Right to Farm Auditor Schweich will be holding a press conference at the William H. Darr School of Agriculture in Springfield, Missouri on July, 26th at 3:30pm to encourage Missouri voters to continue their support for Amendment 1. On June 30th Auditor Schweich endorsed the Right to […]

Lawmakers turn out for annual MLBCF Conference

Saint Louis, Mo. — Lawmakers from both sides of the state are at the Renaissance Airport Hotel in Saint Louis for the second annual Missouri Legislative Black Caucus Foundation Conference. Event organizers say turnout exceeds last year’s numbers. The MLBCF is a non-profit organization focused on raising money for scholarship […]

Candidate Profile: Jack Bondon, Jr.

BELTON, Mo. – Republican Jack Bondon, Jr. is running to replace Rep. Chris Molendorp, R-Belton, who has elected to retire from the legislature. The 56th District stretches the western border of Cass and Bates Counties, which is immediately south of Kansas City. Bondon is very enthusiastic and says the “wonderful” […]

Press Release: Leading logistics firm to open office in St. Louis, create 95 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces

Contact:           Scott Holste, (573) 751-0290 Scott.Holste@mo.gov Channing Ansley, (573) 751-0290 Channing.Ansley@mo.gov FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 25, 2014 Leading logistics firm to open office in St. Louis, create 95 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces   Total Quality Logistics to invest $1.2 million to open office in Missouri   JEFFERSON CITY—Gov. Jay […]

34 of the Best Senators in the Past 25 Years – Part 3

For several weeks, The Missouri Times has asked readers and friends who they thought should be featured in the best senate of the past 25 years – a fantasy team, if you will. Over 60 senators were submitted. After visiting with longtime observers of the chamber we came up with […]

Possible breakthrough in Noranda rate relief case

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Office of Public Counsel filed a Stipulation recommending Noranda Aluminum receive rate relief totaling 60 percent of their original request. The filing comes one day after five Public Service Commissioners indicated that they were unwilling to grant Noranda the entirety of their request. The […]

Press Release: Gov. Nixon helps international aviation support company open facility at KCI; project creating 500 new jobs

Contact:           Scott Holste, (573) 751-0290 Scott.Holste@mo.gov   Channing Ansley, (573) 751-0290                         Channing.Ansley@mo.gov   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 24, 2014   Gov. Nixon helps international aviation support company open facility at KCI; project creating 500 new jobs   Aviation Technical Service (ATS) begins work in Missouri with two new […]

Press Release: Missouri Soil and Water Districts will lose up to $5 million in funding for programs to help farmers if special breaks passed by the legislature become law, Gov. Nixon says

Contact:           Scott Holste, (573) 751-0290 Scott.Holste@mo.gov Channing Ansley, (573) 751-0290 Channing.Ansley@mo.gov FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 24, 2014 Missouri Soil and Water Districts will lose up to $5 million in funding for programs to help farmers if special breaks passed by the legislature become law, Gov. Nixon says Dedicated revenue streams […]