Local and Regional News

2/27-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Two arrests of Clinton residents.

2/27-Clinton's New Smoking Ordinance is Here


Dear Business Owner, On January 20, 2015, the Clinton City Council approved an ordinance prohibiting smoking and the use of e-cigarettes (vaping) in public places in Clinton.

2/27-From the SCCSO


Two felony warrant arrests

2/27-SPEAKOUT 3/2


DAVID LEE'S GUEST ON SPEAKOUT ON MONDAY WILL BE CLINTON FIRE CHIEF LEO HUFF. HE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT SPRING AND SUMMER WEATHER AWARENESS...WHAT WE SHOULD KNOW...WHAT WE CAN DO AHEAD OF TIME...AND MORE.

2/27-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 February 26, 2015 0700 a.m.- February 27, 2015

2/27-Major Fire Avoided


At 5:45 Thursday evening the Clinton Fire Department was dispatched to Elite Laundry at 809 South Orchard for an automatic alarm.

2/27-SWCD Annual Dinner


Soil and Water Conservation District’s Annual Dinner which is Thursday, March 5th At 6:30 p.m. at the Benson Center. 

2/27-Nine Reported to be Dead...


in southern Missouri crime scenes February 27, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/27-From CHS to the U.S. Army


Army Spc. Rebecca R. Meads has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

2/27-Here's the Latest from the Henry Co. Commision


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24, 2015, 17th DAY OF THE JANUARY 2015 TERM

2/27-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Friday, February 27   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

2/27-Extra Help With Medicare


Care Connection can assist with Medicare Extra Help Application

2/27-One Bill For One Man From Sedalia


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A bill that may free only one man from the Missouri State Penitentiary is making its way through the Missouri General Assembly.  

2/27-Mistrial Declared


A Cass County judge declared a mistrial in the case of a mother accused of taking her three children from their father’s home and fleeing to Canada.

2/27-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


One injury and five arrests, including one from Clinton.

2/27-Missouri's Auditor Dies(two stories)


Missouri Auditor, candidate for governor dies of self-inflicted gunshot wound February 26, 2015 by Ashley Byrd

2/27-From the Brownfield Network


Agriculture Today Thursday, February 26, 2015  

2/26-Road Work In and Around KC


2015 Kansas City District Construction Lists and Maps Now Online 

2/26-An Audit of the MDC


Schweich Releases Audit of Missouri Department of Corrections 

2/26-From the SCCSO


Three recent press releases.

2/26-SPEAKOUT 3/2-3/5


OUR PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM 'SPEAKOUT' CAN BE HEARD ONCE AGAIN THIS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.

2/26-Clinton Police Dept. Arrest Report


A 26 year old from Clinton.

2/26-Ticket Out of Prison?


JEFFERSON CITY, MO - February 26, 2015 - A bill that would require the release of any offender serving life without parole for marijuana offenses has moved forward in the Missouri legislature.

2/26-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 February 25, 2015 0700 a.m.- February 26, 2015

2/26-From Senator Blunt


Senator Blunt Continues To Fight For Veterans, Outraged By Report That America’s Heroes Were Cheated Out Of Benefits They Earned

2/26-The Poverty IS Out There


Report: Measuring Child Poverty Is Key To Fighting It

2/26-The Automotive Industry in MO


Gov. Nixon visits auto supplier in Sedalia to highlight manufacturing jobs growth, recognize workforce development efforts of Pettis County

2/26-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Thursday, February 26   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

2/26-The MO Conservationist


The complete March issue of the Missouri Conservationist is available for viewing and/or download at mdc.mo.gov/conmag

2/26-Talking Bullying in MO


JEFFERSON CITY News of a vicious beating of a 12-year-old autistic boy at Liberty Middle School reverberated through the Missouri Capitol on Wednesday.

2/26-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


No accidents and just one arrest in West-Central MO.

2/26-Are the Rams Good as Gone?


Inglewood, CA takes another step closer to stealing the Rams from St. Louis with vote to O.K. stadium February 25, 2015 by Bill Pollock

2/26-MO Gun Rights, Right-to Farm...


challenges highlight procedural issues February 26, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/26-Proposal to Slash...


Missouri Conservation permit fees slashed February 26, 2015 by Kyle Loethen

2/26-Changes to...


Missouri’s deadly force law debated February 25, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/26-Execution Date Set For...


Missouri man who murdered over child support February 25, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/26-Proposals Target...


fraud against Missouri seniors and disabled February 25, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/26-MO Lawmakers Tour...


potential new locations for state offices February 25, 2015 by Kyle Loethen

2/26-From the Brownfield Network


Agriculture Today Wednesday, February 25, 2015  

2/25-Tax Deadline is Really Near!


March 2 Tax Deadline Nears for Many Farmers and Fishermen; New IRS Direct Pay Tool Offers Easiest Way to E-Pay Your Taxes  

2/25-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Two arrests of Clinton residents.

2/25-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 February 24, 2015 0700 a.m.- February 25, 2015

2/25-Keeping Kids Safe!


New Research Reveals Parents Unaware of Hazards in the Home  Safe Kids Worldwide Study Shows Families Can Do More to Protect their Children

2/25-Time to Renew


NRCS Announces Deadlines for Conservation Stewardship Program Contracts

2/25-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Wednesday, February 25   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

2/25-TRIO Celebrates


UCM Student Success Stories Emerge as Nation Observes 50 Years of TRIO

2/25-Latest from the Henry Co. Commission


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19, 2015, 16th DAY OF THE JANUARY 2015 TERM

2/25-Discussing Veterans' Services


McCaskill Meets with Missouri Members of the American Legion Senator, Veterans discuss veterans’ services 

2/25-Clinton School Board Meets


Board of Education Meeting February 23, 2015  

2/25-Clinton School Board Meets


Board of Education Meeting February 23, 2015  

2/25-Heading Where It's Warm


A Missouri delegation of 30 people leaves soon on a trade trip to Cuba.

2/25-Common Core Concerns


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri judge says the state's membership to a testing company aligned with the national Common Core education standards is illegal and that it shouldn't pay fees to be part of the group.

2/25-From the SCCSO


 Felony warrant arrest, warrant arrest and criminal summons issued.

2/25-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Injuries from Warrensburg and Archie.

2/25-MO Supreme Court Asked to...


throw out gun rights amendment February 24, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/25-From the Brownfield Network


Agriculture Today Tuesday, February 24, 2015  

2/24-Boating Safety Courses in Warsaw


Troop A To Offer Certified Boating Safety Courses In Independence, Smithville, & Warsaw

2/24-From State Rep. Brown


State Capitol News from Representative Wanda Brown

2/24-Warrensburg and Holden Residents Arrested


On 2/23/2015, The Warrensburg Police Department arrested Anthony Royer age 29 of Warrensburg, and Ethan Bruhn age 19 of Holden, MO in connection with four recent burglaries of the Warrensburg Daily Star, 135 East Market Street.

2/24-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Three arrests, two are from Clinton.

2/24-Storm Preparedness is Needed!


Missouri Severe Weather Awareness Week and Statewide Tornado Drill underscore need for storm preparedness

2/24-HCSO Report/Arrests and Special Release


Arrested for violation of order of protection

2/24-From the Henry Co. Health Center


Weekly tips, news, updates and more.

2/24-Blood Donations Are Way Down


Red Cross asks blood donors to give as weather clears Severe winter weather causes the cancellation of nearly 900 blood donations

2/24-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Tuesday, February 24   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

2/24-Weekend Death Near Harrisonville


Sheriff’s Office Investigating Deadly Weekend Shooting  

2/24-Williams Wants It


JEFFERSON CITY, MO  - Television personality Montel Williams is among those asking Missouri lawmakers to approve the use of medical marijuana under certain conditions.

2/24-A Lot Are Being Suspended


Missouri suspends black elementary students at a higher rate than any other state in the nation, according to a national study released Monday.

2/24-Runaway Could Be in Clinton/Update


On 2/22/15 around the noon hour a Butler Police Department took a report of a runaway juvenile.

2/24-From the SCCSO


Warrant arrest

2/24-MO House...


fast tracks Amber Alert bill inspired by Hailey Owens February 23, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/24-From the Brownfield Network


Agriculture Today Monday, February 23, 2015  

2/23-From the SCCSO


Complete St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release for February 17-23, 2015      St. Clair County Sheriff Scott Keeler said deputies took a theft report and made several warrant arrests during the week of February 17-23.

2/23-OATS Has Tax Credits Available


...to Donors   COLUMBIA, Mo. February 23, 2015 – OATS, Inc. received an allocation of $15,000 in tax credits from the State of Missouri Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP).

2/23-A Midterm Report for Missouri's Taxpayers


State Treasurer Clint Zweifel releases midterm report to Missouri taxpayers Treasurer Zweifel details duties and accomplishments of his office in new report, released today  

2/23-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Two arrests from Clinton.

2/23-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 February 23, 2015 0700 a.m.- February 21, 2015

2/23-Power Grid Should be O.K.


Report: MO Can Meet EPA Carbon Goals without Compromising Reliability

2/23-Latest from the MO Conservation Commission


Missouri Conservation Commission Action – February 2015 The Missouri Conservation Commission met Feb. 19 and 20 at Conservation Department Headquarters, 2901 W. Truman Blvd. in Jefferson City.

2/23-Latest from Henry Co. Commission


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI TUESDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2015, 15th DAY OF THE JANUARY 2015 TERM

2/23-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Monday, February 23   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work) 

2/23-Blood Donations in Clinton


FEBRUARY RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE RESULTS In spite of cold temperatures, snow and some ice, 90 single unit donors and 14 double-red unit donors gave the gift of life --

2/23-Moving the Freight


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missouri’s transportation leaders are trying to make plans to do more with less in trying to keep the state’s transportation systems up to meeting the needs of moving freight.

2/23-Parents Need to Let Them Know


(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — A Missouri Republican wants to require preschools and daycare centers to tell parents if there are other children attending who have not been vaccinated against measles or other illnesses.

2/23-A New Disease From Ticks!


Morel mushroom season will be here soon, as with it comes tick season. While there have been ongoing concerns about other tick-borne viruses, such as Lyme Disease, now a 50 year old Bourbon county Kansas man has died from complications from a new strain.

2/23-Gunman Not Found


At approximately 9:30 a.m. this morning, Belton Police received a report of an individual brandishing a weapon outside of a vehicle.

2/23-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Injuries from Appleton City, Rockville, Warrensburg and others plus arrests from Clinton, two from Garden City and others as well.

2/23-MO Supreme Court to Hear...


‘right-to-farm’ challenge Wednesday February 23, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/23-Medical Marijuana to Get...


Medical marijuana to get Missouri House hearing today February 23, 2015 by Kyle Loethen

2/23-Lawmaker Wants to...


Lawmaker wants to let Missouri homeschoolers play public school sports February 20, 2015 by Kyle Loethen

2/23-From the Brownfield Network


Agriculture Today Friday, February 20, 2015  

2/20-From the SCCSO


Warrant arrests

2/20-Reducing Energy Usage


Missouri Home Energy Certification initiative to recognize home owners making energy efficiency improvements, Gov. Nixon announces

2/20-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Two arrests...both are from Clinton.

2/20-MoDOT Express Lane


MoDOT Releases State Freight Plan plus other stories.

2/20-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 February 19, 2015 0700 a.m.- February 20, 2015

2/20-Register and Vote Now or Later


The last day to register to vote for the April 7, 2015 General Municipal Election will be Wednesday March 11, 2015.

2/20-Register and Vote Now or Later


The last day to register to vote for the April 7, 2015 General Municipal Election will be Wednesday March 11, 2015.

2/20-Lt. Gov. Wants More Money


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder wants more money for doing his job.

2/20-Nixon Endorses Kander


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will not be a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2016.

2/20-More Money for Wal-Mart Workers


BENTONVILLE, Ark. - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is spending $1 billion to change how it pays and trains U.S. hourly workers as the Arkansas-based company tries to reshape an image that its stores offer dead-end jobs.

2/20-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Injuries from Calhoun, Blairstown and Harrisonville and an arrest from Clinton.

2/20-Legislature Asked to...


free Missouri man sentenced to life for pot February 19, 2015 by Kyle Loethen

2/20-MO House Votes...


on voter photo ID February 19, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/20-Reports Indicate...


US Justice Department preparing to sue Ferguson Police February 19, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/20-MO Lawmakers Push...


making sex trafficking ads illegal February 19, 2015 by Kyle Loethen

2/20-From the Brownfield Network


Agriculture Today Thursday, February 19, 2015  

2/19-You and the MSHP


The Missouri State Highway Patrol Seeks Trooper Applicants

2/19-From the MO Farm Bureau Federation


Strengthening Conservation Good For Everyone By Dan Cassidy

2/19-Developing Food Systems


USDA Announces $9 Million to Support Community Food Projects Program  

2/19-From the SCCSO


Warrant arrest 

2/19-Henry Co. Resident Wins


Deepwater Woman Wins $5,000 Second Time Playing New Game            

2/19-Happy Birthday, Tracker!


MoDOT Performance Management Tool Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary  

2/19-Kander For Senate


Jason Kander Announces He Will Run for United States Senate

2/19-Clinton Police Dept. Arrest Report


A 22 year old from Osceola.

2/19-HCSO Report


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 February 18, 2015 0700 a.m.- February 19, 2015

2/19-MADE in MO Competition


The Missouri Alliance for the Development of Entrepreneurship announces the launch of the 2015 MADE In Missouri State Entrepreneurship Competition.

2/19-WGU MO Celebrates Milestones


...on Second Anniversary More than 2,000 students are on the path to brighter futures, and nearly $200,000 in scholarships has been awarded to Missourians over the past two years

2/19-Area Road and Bridge Work


Find out if road work is in your driving future.

2/19-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


One injury from Sedalia.

2/19-Senate Bill Would...


bar police camera mandate, public access to videos February 19, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/19-MO Senate Leader...


opens up about ‘right to work’ stance February 18, 2015 by Mike Lear

2/19-From the Brownfield Network


Agriculture Today Wednesday, February 18, 2015  

2/18-Clinton Police Dept. Arrest Report


23 year old Joseph James Oxley of Pleasant Hill was arrested Tuesday at 3:11pm at 115 West Henry street for Henry county warrants and Clinton failure to obey/resisting/obstruction.

2/18-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477

2/18-Holder Expects Ferguson Investigations Release


Holder still expects Ferguson investigations’ release before his departure February 18, 2015

2/18-Henry County Commission Minutes/Agenda


The Henry County Commission met pursuant to adjournment at the courthouse in Clinton, Missouri. 

2/18-From the SCCSO


On Feb. 17, Darrell Linder, 62, Osceola, was arrested in Osceola on a St. Clair County warrant.

2/18-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Crash Information

2/18-Health Center Moves to New Location


The Henry County Health Center has moved to our new location at 1800 Community Drive (Pathways Building).

2/18-Lawmakers Divided on Medical Child Abuse Law


 A Missouri lawmaker says he wants to protect parents’ rights to make medical decisions for their children.

2/18-From the Brownfield Network


Tuesday, February 17, 2015   Closing Grain and Livestock Futures Mar. corn closed at $3.89 and 1/2, up 2 and 1/4 cents Mar. soybeans closed at $10.07 and 3/4, up 17 and 1/4 cents.

2/17-Stay back from Snow Plows


Feb. 17, 2015 – For immediate release. 

2/17-Clinton Police Dept. Arrest Report


23 year old Christopher Lee Kirk of Clinton was arrested Friday at 2:18pm  at 500 east Sedalia St. lot #34 Clinton for domestic assault.

2/17-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477

2/17-Senator Blunt will reschedule for Clinton and Warsaw


* UPDATED MEDIA ADVISORY * Senator Blunt Discusses Executive Over-Reach & ObamaCare With Missourians Today

2/17-CMS Spotlight


Clinton Middle School rolled out a new instructional course this school year for 8th grade students.

2/17-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Crash Information

2/17-House committee to discuss security deposits


 A House committee will discuss a bill that would change the way landlords collect security deposits.

2/17-Ferguson Mayor wants findings released


 The Mayor of Ferguson wants the Justice Department to release the findings of its investigations stemming from the shooting of Michael Brown, Junior.

2/17-Felons with Firearms


Missouri Supreme Court again asked to consider felons having firearms.

2/17-Juvenile Sentencing bills


 Missouri Senators are being asked to consider two bills that would help determine the fate of Missouri juveniles who have been sentenced for first-degree murder.

2/17-Health Insurance Enrollment Extended for some


Consumers who had started to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace before the Feb. 15 deadline but were unable to finish because of a system glitch may still sign up.

2/17-Health Insurance Enrollment Extended for some


Consumers who had started to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace before the Feb. 15 deadline but were unable to finish because of a system glitch may still sign up.

2/17-From The Brownfield Network


Agriculture Today Friday, February 13, 2015   Closing Grain and Livestock Futures Mar. corn closed at $3.87 and 1/4, up 4 and 1/4 cents Mar. soybeans closed at $9.90 and 1/2, up 6 and 3/4 cents.

2/16-Butler woman dies in crash


 A 22-year-old Butler woman was killed in a crash early Sunday morning in south Kansas City.

2/16-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477.

2/16-Senator Blunt scheduled for Clinton on Tuesday


 WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) will participate in the following open press events in Missouri on Tuesday.

2/16-Petition to Amend Statutes


Kander Announces Initiative Petition Amending Chapter 195 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri is Open for Public Comment.

2/16-Lower Natural Gas Costs


 Customers of Missouri Gas Energy (MGE) will benefit from lower natural gas costs.

2/16-Nominations for National Register


Historic Preservation Council to consider nominations for National Register Feb. 20.

2/16-From the SCCSO


Possible stolen vehicle located. 

2/16-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


Crash Information Investigated By Incident.

2/16-Proposed Changes to Student Transfer Law


The state Senate is expected to debate proposed changes to the student transfer law this week.

2/16-No Call List for Minors Debated


A bill meant to keep pornography, gambling, alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drug ads off Missouri children’s phones and computers has been considered by a Senate committee.

2/16-Right to Work law Doubtful


A “right to work” bill has been sent to the state Senate, but its leadership acknowledges doubt that it can become law this year.

2/13-Candidate Announced for MO Governor


CONTACT: Asbury for Governor 573-818-3051 info@asburyforgovernor.com   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 12, 2015     Randy Asbury - Former State Representative Announces Run for Missouri Governor 2016   MOBERLY, MO: Today at n

2/11-Watch Out for Tax Scams


There are a number of tax scams identified by the IRS for 2015. Normally these top 12 scams don't change that much from year to year. This year, however, does include several different scams.

2/11-EMT Classes in Clinton


Golden Valley Memorial Health-care is offering an EMT class at the hospital location.

2/11-Letting the Landlords Know


The City of Clinton Code Enforcement Officer Charles D.W. Barnett would like to invite those people who own rental property within the city limits of Clinton to an open meeting.

2/11-Letting the Landlords Know


The City of Clinton Code Enforcement Officer Charles D.W. Barnett would like to invite those people who own rental property within the city limits of Clinton to an open meeting.

2/9-The Dangers of Space Heaters


Department of Public Safety reminds public of dangers posed by improper use of space heaters and supplemental heating sources

2/6-Frivolous Tax Arguments


...Completes the IRS “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for the 2015 Filing Season  

2/6-SFCC Seeks Nominations


for Distinguished Alumni award SEDALIA—State Fair Community College is seeking nominations for its annual Distinguished Alumni award, which recognizes the outstanding achievements of an SFCC graduate.

2/4-Falsifying Income


Falsifying Income to Claim Tax Credits Hits the IRS “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for the 2015 Filing Season 

2/4-Falsifying Income


Falsifying Income to Claim Tax Credits Hits the IRS “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for the 2015 Filing Season 

1/30-Advance YOUR Career!


The Annual Clinton Career/Jobs Fair will take place, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Thursday, March 12, 2015, Benson Convention & Exposition Center, 1004 East Sedalia Ave., Clinton, it was announced on Thursday by Bill Thole of Experience Works.

1/29-Claims of Inflated Refunds


Inflated Refund Claims Remain on the IRS “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for the 2015 Filing Season  

1/29-Getting Help With Those Taxes


AARP FOUNDATION TAX-AIDE PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE FREE TAX ASSISTANCE AND PREPARATION BEGINNING IN FEBRUARY 2015

1/28-Tax Scam Update


Hiding Money or Income Offshore Among the “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for the 2015 Filing Season 

1/28-Taxes and Avoiding Fraud


Tax Help, Fraud Prevention Available for Missourians This is Tax ID Theft Awareness Week

1/28-Watch Out for Tax ID Theft


AARP Fraud Watch Network Launches Education Effort to Foil Tax Identity Thieves Every Day Behaviors Put Missourians at Greater Risk of Tax ID Theft

1/28-An Easier Way to Pay


  The Henry County Library is now accepting debit and credit cards for payment on library transactions. 

1/28-Tax Scams


Return Preparer Fraud Hits IRS Annual “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams to Avoid During the 2015 Filing Season  

1/27-Identity Theft


Identity Theft a Major Concern on the IRS Annual “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams to Avoid

1/26-Watch Out for Phishing


Phishing Remains on the IRS “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for the 2015 Filing Season 

1/26-Trying to Make it 'Less-Taxing'


Clinton Senior Center offers Tax Counseling for the Elderly

1/20-USDA Offers Loans for the Socially Disadvantaged


USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Acting Farm Loan Manager, Brian F. Hedges, reminds producers in Henry, Hickory, Dallas, Polk and St. Clair Counties, that FSA offers...

1/15-You Can Help Nominate


The Clinton School District, along with the Education Foundation for Clinton Students, Inc., is seeking nominations for the Teacher of the Year and the Support Staff Employee of the Year Awards.

1/5-Winter Compost Hours


January thru March

1/5-Saving With the MO River Runner


Hot Savings on Amtrak Missouri River Runner Winter Fares Save 20 Percent on Adult Fares through March  

12/11-SPEAKOUT 12/15-12/18


OUR PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM 'SPEAKOUT' CAN BE HEARD ONCE AGAIN THIS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY. OUR GUESTS ON MONDAY WILL BE TALKING ABOUT NEXT YEAR'S 'HEARTCHASE' EVENT...IT'S THE CLINTON SCHOOL DISTRICT ON TUESDAY...

12/11-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Two from Clinton and one from Calhoun.

12/11-We Can't Go Any Lower!


National Report: Missouri Ranks 50th in Protecting Kids from Tobacco States Challenged to Join Florida in Reducing Youth Smoking to Record Low

12/11-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 December 10, 2014 0700 a.m.- December 11, 2014 0700

12/11-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Thursday, December 11   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

12/11-Two Suspects Charged With Murder


Charges filed in homicide   Two suspects have been charged in Henry County for the 2013 homicide of Justin M. Emmerton. Emmerton's body was found in the Grand River near Urich, Missouri in June of 2013.

12/11-Charged With Sexual Assault


On December 8, 2014 Bates County Detectives received information of a sexual crime that had occurred on a female victim in Rich Hill, MO.

12/11-Former Deputy and Inmate Both in Trouble


SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -A federal grand jury indicted a former St. Clair County sheriff’s deputy and a former St. Clair County jail inmate for their roles in a wire fraud scheme nearly five years ago.

12/11-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


An injury from Peculiar and three arrests.

12/11-Legislative Leaders Express...


doubts about tolls on I-70 December 11, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/11-From the Brownfield Network


2014 U.S. milk production estimate unchanged, plus other stories.

12/10-Pay to Drive?


MoDOT to Provide Report on Tolling Interstate 70 

12/10-Utility Rate Hikes?


On New EPA Rule—McCaskill Leads Colleagues in Pursuing Commonsense Adjustments to Protect Consumers With feedback from Missouri consumers and employers, McCaskill presses environmental agency to alter timeline 

12/10-From the SCCSO


Lowry City man arrested for sex crimes involving a child

12/10-Municipal Court Initiative Guidelines


JEFFERSON CITY (Dec. 10, 2014) – State Auditor Tom Schweich released the guidelines his auditor's will use as they begin auditing municipal courts throughout Missouri. 

12/10-Improving Health Centers


HHS awards $587,445 in Affordable Care Act funding to reward and expand quality improvement in Missouri health centers 

12/10-SPEAKOUT 12/11


DAVID LEE'S GUEST ON SPEAKOUT ON THURSDAY WILL BE A MEMBER OF WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE AS THEY ARE FEATURED ON THIS PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM ON THE SECOND THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH.

12/10-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Two arrests from Clinton.

12/10-HCSO Report/Arrests and Special News Release


Charges filed in homicide A person has been charged in Henry County for the 2013 homicide of Justin M. Emmerton.

12/10-Gaga For Gadgets?


Are you going gaga for gadgets this holiday season? According to the NRF'’s 2014 Holiday Spending Survey, nearly 35 percent of consumers hope to receive a new tech toy this season.

12/10-Money For College


State Treasurer Clint Zweifel announces $529 Sweepstakes Ascensus College Savings will to award two lucky families $529 for college  

12/10-Elections and Integrity in MO


Kander Convenes Elections Integrity Task Force  

12/10-Commencement at UCM


Three Special Honors Highlight Fall 2014 Commencement Exercises Dec. 12-13

12/10-Knowing Life Insurance


5 Life Insurance Game-Changers Consumers Need to Know in 2015 

12/10-State Employees Raise Big Bucks!


Throughout 30 years of giving, Missouri State Employee Charitable Campaign has raised more than $27 million for charities across the state

12/10-Here's the Latest from the Henry Co. Commission


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI TUESDAY DECEMBER 2, 2014, 17TH DAY OF THE OCTOBER 2014 TERM

12/10-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Wednesday, December 10   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work) 

12/10-Victims May Get Time Off


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri lawmaker is proposing some victims of domestic violence get two weeks of unpaid leave from work.

12/10-Execution in MO


BONNE TERRE, Mo. - Missouri executed Paul Goodwin early Wednesday. 

12/10-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


An injury from Garden City and an arrest in Henry Co.

12/10-MO Supreme Court Hears...


argument of felon wanting guns December 10, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/10-From the Brownfield Network


Equipment dealers anxious for 179, plus some other stories.

12/9-From the SCCSO


On Dec. 8, a St. Clair County arrest warrant was issued for Micheal Carneal, 42, Sedalia, for a probation violation on an original misdemeanor charge of nonsupport.

12/9-From Henry Co. Collector/Treasurer


You can pay your taxes without your statements but the collector/treasurer is not responsible for any missed statements.

12/9-SPEAKOUT 12/10


DAVID LEE'S GUEST ON SPEAKOUT ON WED. WILL BE TOBY COOK WITH THE KANSAS CITY ROYALS. HE WILL GIVE US SOME INSIDE INFORMATION CONCERNING THE ROYALS PLAYOFF RUN IN OCT.

12/9-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Arrests from Clinton and Warrensburg.

12/9-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 December 8, 2014 0700 a.m.- December 9, 2014

12/9-Save Energy = Saving Money


EPA Announces New Energy Star Tool for Homeowners to Save Money, Energy This Winter

12/9-Integrity and MO Elections


RETURNING GOVERNMENT TO THE PEOPLE FILES MISSOURI CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION REFORM INITIATIVE FOR 2016 ELECTION  

12/9-The Gift of an Education


The most valuable gift to give a child this holiday season is the gift of an education A column by State Treasurer Clint Zweifel 

12/9-Making our Mark II


On Wednesday, December 3rd the Henry County Health Center presented a program titled “Making our Mark II” to 30 Windsor and Clinton High School/Middle School students and their three teacher Mentors.

12/9-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Tuesday, December 9   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

12/9-Gift Cards...But Be Sure


Once considered impersonal, today gift cards are perceived by millions of consumers as practical, convenient and the perfect holiday gift.

12/9-Holden Man Involved in Conspiracy


KC TRUCK DRIVER SENTENCED TO 21 YEARS FOR $1 MILLION CONSPIRACY TO STEAL TRUCKS AND TRAILERS, CARGO   KANSAS CITY, Mo.

12/9-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


One arrest, a 27 year old man from Clinton.

12/9-Board Releases List...


of five Candidates for Ed Commissioner December 8, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/9-A.G. Koster Shifts...


ethics focus back on legislature December 8, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/9-State Supreme Court...


to consider gun rights for felons December 8, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/9-From the Brownfield Network


Missouri had first state Farm and one other story.

12/8-Driving and Voting


A Missouri lawmaker is trying to lower the state voting age to 16.

12/8-Remember; We Want to Talk to You, Not About You


Have A Safe Christmas Holiday! Many Missourians will be making special plans for the Christmas holidays. Is safe, crash free travel part of your plans?

12/8-SPEAKOUT 12/9


DAVID LEE'S GUEST ON SPEAKOUT ON TUESDAY WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THE ANNUAL HOLY ROSARY 'POT O' GOLD' THAT'S COMING UP IN MARCH.

12/8-From the SCCSO


St. Clair County Sheriff's Office News Release for Dec. 1-7, 2014      St. Clair County deputies responded to a variety of calls for service from Dec. 1-7.

12/8-From the Henry Co. Health Center


Weekly tips, news, updates and more.

12/8-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Four arrests, three are Clinton residents.

12/8-Henry Co. Comm. to Meet


Henry County Commission Open Meeting 2nd Floor Henry County Courthouse 100 W Franklin, Rm 210, Clinton, MO 9:00 a.m December 9, 2014

12/8-HCSO Report and Special Release


Shooting suspect arrested

12/8-New App Could Be Life Saver


...for Babies with Heart Defects

12/8-From U.S. Rep. Hartzler


View From the Capitol – Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler’s Newsletter for the Week of December 1-5, 2014  

12/8-The History of the MO National Guard Has a Home


Many contribute to new Missouri Military History Museum       

12/8-Getting Through the Holidays


The Most Woeful Time of the Year: Why Are the Holidays So Hard, and How Can You Get Through Them?

12/8-Loving Insurance?


Seven Reasons Employees LOVE Individual Health Insurance          

12/8-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Monday, December 8   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

12/8-Gun-Rights in MO


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A new constitutional amendment enhancing Missouri's gun rights is being put to the test by a felon who is citing it as a reason why he shouldn't be disqualified from carrying guns.

12/8-Freeing Up More Space


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missourians may get a chance to vote on a measure aimed at freeing up more space in state prisons.

12/8-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


A fatality from Sedalia, an injury from Clinton, plus other injuries over the weekend...and arrests from Clinton, Sedalia and Knob Noster.

12/8-MO Might Need...


another prison soon December 5, 2014 by Bob Priddy

12/8-Highway Patrol Sued...


Highway Patrol sued over Lake of the Ozarks drowning in custody December 6, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/8-Three Stories From Ferguson


Cost so far of state response in Ferguson nearly 12-million dollars, plus two other stories.

12/8-GOP Argument...


for gay marriage ban based on 6th Circuit ruling December 8, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/8-From the Brownfield Network


Grassley on more EPA privacy, plus other stories.

12/5-From the SCCSO


Formal charges pending on local sex offender Cody Gray   

12/5-A Coin to Honor Veterans


Senator Blunt’s Effort To Establish WWI Veterans Coin Passes Senate, Heads To President’s Desk

12/5-SPEAKOUT 12/8


DAVID LEE'S GUEST ON SPEAKOUT ON MONDAY WILL BE FROM WEST-CENTRAL MO COMM. ACTION AGENCY AS THEY ARE FEATURED ON THIS PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM ON THE SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH.

12/5-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 December 4, 2014 0700 a.m. - December 5, 2014 0811

12/5-Dec. Conservation Commission to Meet


December Conservation Commission Meeting Agenda

12/5-Depression and the Holidays


6 Tips to Handle Depression During the Holidays

12/5-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT/Southwest Road Report for Friday, December 5   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

12/5-Open For Comment


Kander Announces Two Initiative Petitions Amending Article I of the Missouri Constitution are Open for Public Comment  

12/5-Good News for WAFB


Hartzler Lauds Passage of National Defense Funding Bill

12/5-SPEAKOUT 12/8-12/11


OUR PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM 'SPEAKOUT' CAN BE HEARD ONCE AGAIN THIS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY. OUR GUEST ON MONDAY WILL BE FROM WEST-CENTRAL MO COMM. ACTION AGENCY...THE ANNUAL 'POT OF GOLD' WILL BE FEATURED ON TUESDAY...

12/5-From the SCCSO


Four felony arrest warrants issued and a warrant arrest.

12/5-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


An injury from Sedalia and arrests from Sedalia and Knob Noster.

12/5-MO Supreme Court Asked...


to allow same-sex divorce December 4, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/5-Slide Show of...


“Journey for Justice” march, halfway point to Missouri Capitol

12/5-From the Brownfield Network


Upcoming Missouri Livestock Symposium, plus other stories.

12/4-Maybe You Could Be a Volunteer?


Care Connection needs volunteers to lead wellness sessions

12/4-Clinton Police Dept. Arrest Report


A 26 year old from Clinton.

12/4-HCSO Report/Arrests


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 December 3, 2014 0700 a.m.- December 4, 2014 0700

12/4-ACA Open Enrollment Under Way


St. Louis, MO - With the second open-enrollment period for health insurance offered through the Affordable Care Act now under way, advocates are using lessons learned from the first round to step up outreach and...

12/4-Don't Worry, Be Happy!


The holidays can be stressful… but they don’t need to be! Dealing with crazy traffic, last-minute gift shopping with what seems like millions of people, juggling holiday parties, traveling, dealing with long lines at the airport...

12/4-Who DOESN'T Like Christmas?


‘Tis the season to be jolly, right? Presents getting piled under the tree, putting up festive lights, waiting under that mistletoe for special someone? Yep, it’s Christmastime again.

12/4-SFCC Wants to Hear From You!


SFCC seeks public input for campus master plan

12/4-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Thursday, December 4   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work)  

12/4-The Holidays...Stress Free!?!?


This time of the year when temperatures drop and nightfall comes quickly, our bodies naturally want to cushion in for a bit more rest.

12/4-A Lot of People Didn't Even Bother


Kander Certifies Results of November 4 General Election 

12/4-Yahoos Making Our Roads Dangerous


The holidays are a busy time as we spend time with family and friends. Unfortunately, it is also a time for binge drinking and drunk driving to increase astronomically along major highways and interstates.

12/4-Sentenced in Warrensburg


Warrensburg – A man who helped hide and burn a baby’s body earlier this year received probation for five years after he pleaded guilty in Johnson County Circuit Court to tampering with evidence.

12/4-Transfer Legislation Offered...


in the Missouri House December 3, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/4-GOP MO Legislative Leaders Ask...


to appeal gay marriage ruling December 3, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/4-From the Brownfield Network


Missouri Ag bill, minus deer provision...plus a couple of other stories.

12/3-From the SCCSO


Deputies make two warrant arrests and take a report of burglary

12/3-SPEAKOUT 12/4


DAVID LEE'S GUEST ON SPEAKOUT ON THURSDAY WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THE TRUMAN REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER IN CLINTON; STATE FAIR COMM. COLLEGE AND CENTRAL METHODIST UNIVERSITY.

12/3-Clinton P.D. Arrest Report


Arrests from Clinton and Butler.

12/3-Here's the Latest from the Henry Co. Commission


HENRY COUNTY COMMISSION, HENRY COUNTY MISSOURI TUESDAY NOVEMBER 25th, 2014, 16th DAY OF THE OCTOBER 2014 TERM

12/3-HCSO Report/Arrests and Special Release


PRESS RELEASE Tips Hotline 1-800-825-8477 December 2, 2014 0700 a.m.- December 3, 2014 0700

12/3-Gas Prices Going the RIGHT Way!


Gasoline prices are undergoing their longest consecutive decline since 2008, with the national average price -- $2.93 a gallon – the lowest since 2010.

12/3-Watch Out For Fakes


This holiday shopping season, make sure to give your loved ones exactly what they asked for. Counterfeits are all over the market.

12/3-Honoring Veterans


House Passes Version Of Senator Blunt’s Bill To Establish Coin Honoring WWI Veterans

12/3-Open For Comment


Kander Announces Initiative Petitions Are Open for Public Comment  

12/3-Flags at Half-Staff


Flags at state and local government buildings to be flown at half-staff on Dec. 7 for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

12/3-Area Road and Bridge Work


MoDOT Road Report for Wednesday, December 3   (Weather and/or work scheduling conflicts could postpone the work) 

12/3-Back to Four Lanes


MoDOT Traffic Alert:   Southbound Lanes of Route 13 OPEN At Truman Lake Bridge South of Clinton One Northbound Lane Remains CLOSED    

12/3-Clinton City Council Meets


The Clinton City Council met Tuesday night in regular session with one 'personal appearance' before the Council to start off the meeting.

12/3-Area Injury Accidents and Arrests from the MSHP


An injury from Kingsville and an arrest from Butler.

12/3-National Guard...


scaling back in St. Louis region December 2, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/3-From the Brownfield Network


Groups ask Senate to uphold COOL and two other stories.

12/2-MO Supreme Court...


to hear same-sex divorce argument December 2, 2014 by Mike Lear

12/2-Road Work in St. Clair Co.


  St. Clair County Route Y CLOSED South of Taberville on Wed., Dec. 3