Day: December 5, 2017

A Retrospective On The 30-Year Career Of The 55th Governor Of The State Of Missouri, Jay Nixon: Part 3

Over the past couple weeks, our publisher Scott Faughn spent nearly 8 hours with Governor Nixon discussing every aspect of his career from growing up in DeSoto, to the State Senate, as Attorney General, and his time in the Governor’s Mansion. More Missourians cast their votes to elect Jay Nixon […]

Former Lee’s Summit parks and recreation administrator Tom Lovell announces bid to replace term-limited Gary Cross

This week, former Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation Administrator, Tom Lovell formally announced his intent to replace term-limited State Rep. Gary Cross. Lovell, who has served Lee’s Summit for nearly four decades, has a long history of working for the people of Lee’s Summit. He recently founded Lovell and Associates, […]

St. Louis falls to No. 3 in latest ‘judicial hellhole’ report

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – News that St. Louis had been ranked the “number on judicial hellhole” in the nation put tort reform at the forefront of the legislature’s priorities for the 2017 legislative session, and on Tuesday, the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) released their latest report. The good news […]

Release: State employee donations exceed $1 million in annual charitable campaign; over $30 million raised in campaign history

“Building a Brighter Future” campaign will benefit nearly 800 Missouri charities JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Office of Administration today announced that this year’s Missouri State Employee Charitable Campaign (MSECC) exceeded donations of $1 million for the 14th consecutive year, with more than $1,060,388.00 donated to 796 Missouri charities. During the past 33 years, […]

Hawley announces results of independent investigation into Stockley case, finding one instance of wrongdoing by AG’s Office

Jefferson City, Mo.  – The results are in, and the investigation into alleged wrongdoings by the Attorney General’s Office under former Attorney General Chris Koster in the 2012 civil lawsuit regarding the death of Anthony Lamar Smith have been confirmed to some extent. In a statement issued by Missouri Attorney General Josh […]

A retrospective on the 30-year career of the 55th Governor of the State of Missouri, Jay Nixon: Part 2

Over the past two weeks, our publisher Scott Faughn spent nearly 8 hours with Governor Nixon discussing every aspect of his career from growing up in DeSoto, to the State Senate, as Attorney General, and his time in the Governor’s Mansion. More Missourians cast their votes to elect Jay Nixon […]