Underwater structure habitat helps anglers catch fish.
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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Jefferson City as the Capitol and Governor’s Mansion glow with festive holiday decorations.
The Bicentennial Bridge connects to a 30-acre parkland north of the Union Pacific Railroad, expanding Capitol tourism and providing access to the new park on a strip of land along the Missouri River known as Adrian’s Island.
"It’s good for the environment. It’s good for the economy."
Harold "Brownie" Brown, the model for the baby in Thomas Hart Benton’s famed mural adorning the House Lounge, passed away this week.
“I really believe the Rock Island Trail State Park will make a great addition to our state and complement our Katy Trail Park system."
Legislators are expected to step onto a new lawn when they arrive at the Capitol for the 2022 legislative session next month after the grass in front of the building is replaced.
The exhibit was supposed to be in the Capitol museum from the end of August until December but was removed on Sept. 1.
"We were excited when the Bicentennial Commission told us they wanted to fund the renovation of the gate as a lasting project on the fairgrounds to commemorate the 200th year of our state."
With an influx of federal infrastructure dollars on its way, public transportation providers are awaiting a substantial investment.