"The mission for Bollinger County and many other Missouri communities is clear: Deliver broadband access to unserved homes and businesses and do it quickly."
Posts published in “Technology”
"I wish to make clear that this office maintains a zero-tolerance policy for the unauthorized taking and using of the personal information of any person."
In response, Congressman Billy Long accused YouTube of being "un-American" and working to "censor and cancel" conservatives.
"I’m honored to lead the state’s efforts in expanding access to broadband, which is a truly life-changing prospect for communities all across our state."
"There is no downside to using some of the surplus funds to update our state government’s technological infrastructure."
Rep. Louis Riggs said his experience chairing the seven-member Special Committee on Broadband Development was an “eye-opener.”
"NextGen discoveries will speed up lifesaving advances and help more people live longer, healthier lives."
"We’re at a once-in-a-generation opportunity with broadband development in Missouri with these federal resources coming to bear."
Electric and gas customers will see an increase on their bills beginning Feb. 28, 2022, increasing Ameren’s annual revenues for electric services by $220 million and gas by $5 million overall.
"Local television stations play a unique and critical role in their communities, keeping viewers informed, entertained, and alerted in an emergency."