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  • 28 more deer test positive for CWD, including 3 in Oregon Co. January 17, 2019
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Conservation reports 28 more deer from 11 Missouri counties have been found to have chronic wasting disease, bringing the number of cases of the deadly deer disease in Missouri to 103 since 2012. CWD is a deadly illness in white-tailed deer and other members of the deer […]
    Staff
  • Parson proposes $351M bond for bridges January 17, 2019
    by Summer Ballentine and David A. Lieb, AP JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is proposing a $351 million bond to repair or replace 250 bridges across the state, a pitch he made to lawmakers Wednesday during his first State of the State speech since taking over when his predecessor resigned in […]
    The Associated Press
  • MG to pick up tree limbs, debris from ice storm next week January 17, 2019
    MOUNTAIN GROVE, Mo. — The city of Mountain Grove will pick up tree limbs from the weekend ice storm starting Tuesday January 22. All tree limbs must be placed at the curb. Tree limbs must be cut no longer than ten feet in length. No debris other than tree limbs or brush will be picked […]
    Ed Button
  • MDC schedules prescribed fire workshops across region January 17, 2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Conservation invites landowners, natural resources managers, and those interested in learning about prescribed fire for land management to one of several free workshops in the first quarter of 2019. The workshops will cover controlled burning as a method of boosting wildlife habitat and reducing less desirable plant […]
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  • Proposal would roll back wage hike for some Arkansas workers January 17, 2019
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Two Republican lawmakers in Arkansas are proposing exempting school employees, people under 18 and others from voter-backed increases in the state’s minimum wage. The bill filed by Sen. Bob Ballinger and Rep. Frances Cavenaugh on Wednesday comes two months after Arkansas voters approved an initiative to gradually raise the state’s […]
    The Associated Press
  • Police chief: 2 children wounded in accidental shooting January 17, 2019
    CAVE CITY, Ark. (AP) — Two children were wounded in what’s being described as an accidental shooting in northeast Arkansas. The shooting was reported Tuesday afternoon in Cave City, about 110 miles (175 kilometers) northeast of Little Rock. Cave City Police Chief Brian Barnett says officers and emergency responders found a 3-year-old child and a […]
    The Associated Press
  • Missouri sued over rules about foster parents having guns January 17, 2019
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Kansas City couple is suing the state of Missouri over restrictions on their ownership of loaded firearms. James and Julie Attaway allege in the lawsuit that the Missouri Department of Social Services’ firearms policies violate their rights under the Missouri and U.S. constitutions. The Kansas City Star reports Missouri […]
    The Associated Press
  • New hours, location for West Plains Farmers Market January 17, 2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — The West Plains Area Farmers Market has new seasonal hours and a new location. The market, which has been in operation since 1986, offers local, farm-grown produce and homemade baked goodies, hand-crafted items, and seasonal specialty items, including fresh, organic vegetables and fruits, raw and unfiltered honey, non-GMO pasture-raised eggs, grass-fed […]
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  • Texas Hold’em Tournament to benefit Baxter Co. Library Foundation January 17, 2019
    MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. — The Baxter County Public Library Foundation’s annual Texas Hold’em Tournament will take place Saturday, January 26 at Big Creek Golf and Country Club in Mountain Home. Registration begins at 11 am, lunch is served from 11:30-1 pm, and play begins at 1 pm. Participants must be 21 years old or older […]
    Ed Button
  • MO parole-reform lawsuit moves forward as a class action January 17, 2019
    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — A federal judge in St. Louis has consolidated multiple lawsuits seeking reform of the Missouri parole system into a class-action lawsuit. Suzanne Potter with the Missouri News Service has more:
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