“We have a lot of things planned and we’re excited about all the things that they’re bringing and the chance to be a part of the state’s celebration.”
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The Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council set its sights on developing soy-based golf balls as part of its effort to fund innovation.
Members of Missouri’s congressional delegation are joining the push to add Cardinals icon Curt Flood to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Missouri state offices will be closed Friday in recognition of Juneteenth, the first new federal holiday in nearly four decades.
A new stamp from the U.S. Postal Service commemorating Missouri’s bicentennial is set to be issued this year.
With a renovation of the statehouse exterior finally completed, further improvements may be funded under a bill from Sen. Mike Bernskoetter.
With the Missouri State Fair back in full force this year, fairgoers are set to celebrate with a handful of big names on the stage.
Missourians will have the option for license plates honoring the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum under a bill signed into law this week.
As Missouri celebrates its bicentennial, a new landmark is under construction in the capital city to celebrate the milestone.