Historic properties in the capital city are set to be rehabilitated in the coming years through a grant from the federal government.
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Missouri’s Department of Natural Resources named a new deputy director and Division of State Parks director Tuesday.
Harold Brown, depicted in the House Lounge mural, traveled to the statehouse this week for what he called a "fond farewell" to the piece.
State Rep. Kurtis Gregory trotted away from the Missouri State Fair’s celebrity draft horse hitch show with the prize.
“Soybean farmers in this state have a tremendous story to tell as stewards of the land and as people that want to continually improve our farms."
Here’s a look at the fair’s history, from its early days to its expansion into one of Missouri’s biggest events.
"It’s really heartwarming to see the amazement and hear the memories that the butter cow holds for so many people in the Midwest."
"No matter whether you live in a big city or you live in the country, everything within the borders of Missouri is what makes us who we are."