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2015/06/28 20:43
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Bill Moriarty moved to Van Buren, Missouri in September of 2002 at the request of his wife.“And one day she said have you ever considered moving here? And I said I can be packed in about an hour,"...
2015/06/28 20:43
2015/06/28 20:43
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2015/06/28 13:56
2015/06/28 13:56
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... The Nodaway County Fair will once again feature Open Exhibits to be on display July 16-18, in the Nodaway County Administration Center’s Community Room, 403 North Market, Maryville. The exhibits...
2015/06/25 10:02
2015/06/25 10:02
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The third annual Taste of Osage County is scheduled from 1-6 p.m. Saturday at Linn City Park. Enjoy the wares of farmers, vintners, bakers, makers, artisans, and more rural producers in the region....
2015/06/22 23:58
2015/06/22 23:58
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With the James River breaking a more than 100 year old record, some homes damaged by Friday's flooding in Webster County had never experience it before. Some had no flood insurance, making it a...
2015/06/22 13:41
2015/06/22 13:41
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Controlling Brown Patch in Your Lawn Rain and temperatures are making it "party time" for the fungus that causes brown patch. Columbia, MO - infoZine - "It's like lowering the disco ball over your...
2015/06/20 15:44
2015/06/20 15:44
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Energy audits being offered to local farms, businesses Energy audits can help farms and businesses discover new energy systems that may be more efficient, says University of Missouri Extension...
2015/06/19 22:29
2015/06/19 22:29
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The wet weather that has nearly drowned west central Missouri over the past six weeks is much more than an annoyance. Gov. Jay Nixon’s declaration of a state of emergency makes that point clear, but...
2015/06/19 19:28
2015/06/19 19:28
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Brenda and David Culp stand at the entrance of the Harvest House to greet people as they enter the shelter. The Culps are the resident managers of the Harvest House. Posted Jun. 19, 2015 at 12:01...
2015/06/19 17:46
2015/06/19 17:46
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Too many plants, too little time? A lot of unnecessary effort can be weeded out with some time- and energy-saving shortcuts, from plant selection to better tools. “I realized one day that I was...
2015/06/18 17:35
2015/06/18 17:35
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With the turn of a knob, Mark Lee, instructor with the University of Missouri Extension Fire and Rescue Training Institute, started a fire in the left engine of the mobile aircraft rescue firefighting...
2015/06/18 13:53
2015/06/18 13:53
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MOUNT VERNON (Missouri Extension) -- Wet conditions this spring have made it difficult for crop farmers to plant according to Jill Scheidt, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri...
2015/06/18 05:18
2015/06/18 05:18
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COLUMBIA — Greg Vangunda of Seneca has been elected as a state vice president for the Missouri State 4-H Council. The election took place as part of the 70th annual State 4-H Congress from June 3-5 in...
2015/06/17 10:02
2015/06/17 10:02
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Missouri farmers face a “triple whammy” of prevented corn planting, delayed soybean planting and poor crop vigor because of cloudy skies and wet soil. With heavy rains forecast for the next several...
2015/06/17 06:18
2015/06/17 06:18
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Some Neosho dog owners are taking advantage of times when the city has no animal control staff on duty, making the streets less safe.That’s the charge of city Economic Development Director Dana...
2015/06/16 18:56
2015/06/16 18:56
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... Area growers are invited to attend a meeting on methods to add supplemental nitrogen to yellow corn. The meeting will be held Wednesday evening, June 17 at the TJ Hall Building on the east side of...
2015/06/16 06:17
2015/06/16 06:17
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The final readings of two bills to forge agreements with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission top the agenda for Neosho City Council, which meets at 7 p.m. today in council chambers of...
2015/06/14 09:02
2015/06/14 09:02
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Limited space and soil are no longer obstacles to keep you from gardening. All you need to grow beautiful plants and tasty vegetables is a bale of straw. “Straw bale gardening is something that a lot...
2015/06/14 07:16
2015/06/14 07:16
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Newton County University Extension as Industry/Employer of the month Spreading its tentacles into all areas of the community, Newton County University of Missouri Extension is the Business/Employer...
2015/06/13 05:53
2015/06/13 05:53
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Congressman Smith tours Steward Steel in Sikeston WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Congressman Jason Smith toured Steward Steel on Friday in Sikeston. The family-owned business first opened in 1950 to supply...
2015/06/09 18:56
2015/06/09 18:56
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Many homes and businesses have been affected by the recent flooding. There are many issues surrounding flooding and recovery which can be a somewhat slow process. It is important to be cautious...
2015/06/28 20:43
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