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Jefferson City News Tribune
Extension exercise program targets seniors' strengthThe Cole County University of Missouri Extension wants to help older adults mai
Extension exercise program targets seniors' strength
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
The Cole County University of Missouri Extension wants to help older adults maintain their strength as they age. Its Stay Strong, Stay Healthy program is designed to do just that and build the body’s core muscle groups, said Lynda Zimmerman, a... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Become a Missouri Master Gardener, Video Sharing is at the heart of the Master Gardener program. Columbia, MO - infoZ
Become a Missouri Master Gardener, Video
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 8 days ago
Sharing is at the heart of the Master Gardener program. Columbia, MO - infoZine - Gardening brings joy as you fill your world with growing things, says David Trinklein, horticulture specialist for University... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Grocery shopping trip teaches women money-saving strategiesGeneva Brown, 44, of Columbia, eyed vegetables in Gerbes Supermarket on Wednesd
Grocery shopping trip teaches women money-saving strategies
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Geneva Brown, 44, of Columbia, eyed vegetables in Gerbes Supermarket on Wednesday, trying to find the freshest food for the best prices. She picked up two heads of iceberg lettuce before finding one that fit her liking. Of the lettuce on sale, it was... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
Farm women business course begins Sept. 1Registration is open for an evening farm business course for farm women in Neos
Farm women business course begins Sept. 1
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
Registration is open for an evening farm business course for farm women in Neosho, popularly known as Annie’s Project.The course will be from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. beginning Sept. 1 for six consecutive Tuesdays at the Neosho R-5 School District... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Alfalfa Grown in Lawrence County Tops Hay Show(Release from MU Extension Office) Two Lawrence County farmers dominated the 2
Alfalfa Grown in Lawrence County Tops Hay Show
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 16 days ago
(Release from MU Extension Office) Two Lawrence County farmers dominated the 2015 Ozark Empire Fair Hay Show according to Eldon Cole, a livestock specialist with University of Missouri Extension. Glenn and Toni Obermann of Monett led the way with... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Energy Conservation and Solar Options Addressed at Aug. 26 Workshops and Tour in Pineville(Press Release from MU Extension Office) Investing in energy conservation is c
Energy Conservation and Solar Options Addressed at Aug. 26 Workshops and Tour in Pineville
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 16 days ago
(Press Release from MU Extension Office) Investing in energy conservation is currently providing one of the best returns on a person's money according to Bob Schultheis, a natural resource engineering specialist with University of Missouri... Read more
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KOAM-TV Pittsburg
Energy Conservation and Solar Options Addressed at Aug. 26 Workshops and Tour in Pineville(Press Release from MU Extension Office) Investing in energy conservation is c
Energy Conservation and Solar Options Addressed at Aug. 26 Workshops and Tour in Pineville
KOAM-TV Pittsburg / Posted 16 days ago
(Press Release from MU Extension Office) Investing in energy conservation is currently providing one of the best returns on a person's money according to Bob Schultheis, a natural resource engineering specialist with University of Missouri... Read more
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KOAM-TV Pittsburg
Alfalfa Grown in Lawrence County Tops Hay Show(Release from MU Extension Office) Two Lawrence County farmers dominated the 2
Alfalfa Grown in Lawrence County Tops Hay Show
KOAM-TV Pittsburg / Posted 16 days ago
(Release from MU Extension Office) Two Lawrence County farmers dominated the 2015 Ozark Empire Fair Hay Show according to Eldon Cole, a livestock specialist with University of Missouri Extension. Glenn and Toni Obermann of Monett led the way with... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
Growing season may be wettest on recordCOLUMBIA – At the end of July, Missouri fell a few raindrops shy of having the
Growing season may be wettest on record
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
COLUMBIA – At the end of July, Missouri fell a few raindrops shy of having the wettest May to July on record. Before the final tally of the average, the rain totaled 22.41 inches. The wet record was only 0.14 inch more at 22.55 in 1981. Posted Aug.... Read more
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Linn County Leader
Locals band together to spur heritage tourismA recent effort by the Missouri Humanities Council (MHC) caught the eye of seve
Locals band together to spur heritage tourism
Linn County Leader / Posted 17 days ago
A recent effort by the Missouri Humanities Council (MHC) caught the eye of several local tourism gurus, who have decided to band together to help each other out. The effort refers to heritage tourism, which will create a new, unified tourism theme... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Small Business Academy applications due Aug. 17The Small Business Academy, a joint effort of the Jefferson City Area Chamber o
Small Business Academy applications due Aug. 17
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
The Small Business Academy, a joint effort of the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce and the University of Missouri Extension’s Small Business & Technology Development Centers in Cole County, will open its 2015 session Sept. 16. The program... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Fisher-McLean receives doctorateShe is employed at the University of Missouri Extension as a housing and enviro
Fisher-McLean receives doctorate
Bureau County Republican / Posted 23 days ago
She is employed at the University of Missouri Extension as a housing and environmental design specialist, St. Louis County, and is the national program coordinator for the Healthy Homes Partnership. A 2001 graduate of Princeton High School, she is... Read more
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Rolla Daily News
Season could be wettest on record for 121 yearsAt the end of July, Missouri fell a few raindrops shy of having the wettest May
Season could be wettest on record for 121 years
Rolla Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
At the end of July, Missouri fell a few raindrops shy of having the wettest May to July on record. Before the final tally of the average, the rain totaled 22.41 inches. The wet record was only 0.14 inch more at 22.55 in 1981. At the end of July,... Read more
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The Daily Dunklin Democrat
Seniors, leaving a legacyPhoto by Laura Ford, staff Don Ray, family financial educational specialist fro
Seniors, leaving a legacy
The Daily Dunklin Democrat / Posted 25 days ago
Photo by Laura Ford, staff Don Ray, family financial educational specialist from the University of Missouri Extension Service spoke to seniors at the OAKS about their financial security. Each year Ray provides free tax preparation services for the... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Three-month soaking causing lots of problemsAt the end of July, Missouri fell a few raindrops shy of having the wettest May
Three-month soaking causing lots of problems
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
At the end of July, Missouri fell a few raindrops shy of having the wettest May to July on record. Before the final tally of the average, the rain totaled 22.41 inches. The record is 22.55 in 1981. University of Missouri Extension climatologist Pat... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Diet and calorie apps: ask SMART questionsWe are in an age of being able to determine within minutes the amount of nutrie
Diet and calorie apps: ask SMART questions
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 26 days ago
We are in an age of being able to determine within minutes the amount of nutrients we consumed in a meal, calculate our steps per day without having to manually count them and find any recipe we want within seconds. It is the age of the mobile device... Read more
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Standard Democrat
Crop-growing season could be wettest one in 121 yearsCOLUMBIA -- At the end of July, Missouri fell a few raindrops shy of having the
Crop-growing season could be wettest one in 121 years
Standard Democrat / Posted 27 days ago
COLUMBIA -- At the end of July, Missouri fell a few raindrops shy of having the wettest May to July on record. Before the final tally of the average, the rain totaled 22.41 inches. The wet record was only 0.14 inch more at 22.55 in 1981. Pat Guinan,... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Bringing home the bacon at fair auctionCole County 4-H and FFA students this year sold 65 cured ham and bacon projects
Bringing home the bacon at fair auction
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
Cole County 4-H and FFA students this year sold 65 cured ham and bacon projects for $21,175 total — an average of $325.77 per item — at the annual county fair Ham and Bacon Breakfast and Auction. However, two of the hams drew $700 each — including... Read more
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Kirksville Daily Express
Kevin Daniel Baiotto, 61, of Kirksville, Missouri, lost his battle with a malignant brain tumor Tue
Kevin Daniel Baiotto
Kirksville Daily Express / Posted 28 days ago
, 61, of Kirksville, Missouri, lost his battle with a malignant brain tumor Tuesday (July 28, 2015) at his home.The son of William M. “Bill” and Myra E. (Evans) Baiotto he was born March 24, 1954 in Kirksville, Missouri. On... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Soybean crop hit hard by unusually heavy rainsFrequent and heavy rains this spring and summer have resulted in several challe
Soybean crop hit hard by unusually heavy rains
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
Frequent and heavy rains this spring and summer have resulted in several challenges to plant, crop and animal agriculture in Missouri. According to reports from the University of Missouri Extension Service, preliminary precipitation data for... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Extension Service says wheat disease hurting Missouri cropsCOLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- The University of Missouri Extension Service says continu
Extension Service says wheat disease hurting Missouri crops
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted a month ago
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- The University of Missouri Extension Service says continued wet weather has led to serious problems in the state's wheat fields. Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute director Pat Westhoff says farmers have had a hard... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Extension Service says wheat disease hurting Missouri cropsCOLUMBIA, MO (AP) - The University of Missouri Extension Service says continued
Extension Service says wheat disease hurting Missouri crops
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted a month ago
COLUMBIA, MO (AP) - The University of Missouri Extension Service says continued wet weather has led to serious problems in the state's wheat fields. Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute director Pat Westhoff says farmers have had a hard... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
Solar energy workshop slated for Aug. 26PINEVILLE — Investing in energy conservation is considered to one of the best r
Solar energy workshop slated for Aug. 26
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
PINEVILLE — Investing in energy conservation is considered to one of the best returns on money. Taking advantage of the sun as an energy source can be a smart move for many homeowners, farmers and businesses. PINEVILLE — Investing in energy... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Jefferson City Jaycee's Cole County Fair helps make memoriesJefferson City’s Jaycees have been organizing and running Cole County’s fair fo
Jefferson City Jaycee's Cole County Fair helps make memories
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Jefferson City’s Jaycees have been organizing and running Cole County’s fair for 6½ decades. It’s always been a combination of entertainment and contests — and always with the intention of people having fun and making good memories. This year’s... Read more

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