Greetings, My Fellow Missourians Nearly every year since 1975 I have attended the annual Missouri Cattleman’s Convention. This year the 52nd Annual Convention was held in Columbia. We always try to honor a member that has contributed to the founding of the association. This year Morris Westfall from Halfway, Missouri was recognized with the Pioneer
Missouri’s pork producers applaud President Trump’s signing of the first phase of a trade deal with China. This deal is a step toward opening the door for more pork exports to the country, which is struggling with reliable sources of pork after being hit with African Swine Fever. “Pork is the most-consumed protein in China,”
CONFIRMED – Dr. Sam L. Alexander, Cedar County, shown with his wife, Marsha, was confirmed by the Senate as a member of the MO HealhNet Oversight Committee. Senator Sandy Crawford is on the right.
When we hear about data breaches, it seems like they are all big ones. The biggest breaches in 2019 were in the hundreds of millions of records that were hacked. According to CNBC, the biggest data breach of 2019 happened to Zynga, which produces mobile games, including the wildly popular “Words with Friends.” More than
CAPITOL VISITORS – Bennie Salkil (Cedar Co) and Ken Shaw (Benton Co) visited Senator Sandy Crawford at the Capitol.
If this is your year to take control of your weight and fitness, more power to you. Most likely, you’ll need a commitment to exercise regularly. Better Business Bureau has tips to help you determine which gym or health club is the best place to keep you on track. Make sure you’re healthy enough for
Ringing in the New Year is synonymous with making resolutions. For working adults resolving to advance employment, increase income or make a career change – the dawn of a new decade might provide the needed motivation to finally go back to school and earn a degree. To aid in the decision-making process, WGU Missouri is
Greetings, My Fellow Missourians As 2019 comes to a close and Missourians prepare to usher in the New Year, it’s important to remember that the past year has been a good one for the state in many ways. It was a year marked by strong economic growth and job creation, and consistently low unemployment. It
by Pastor Larry Sorrells, Rockville, Trinity UMC Today, as I was thinking about the New Year, I began to contemplate Galatians 2:20. In the version I commonly read, Paul tells us: “I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. And the life that I now live in
Are you considering a New Year’s Resolution to lose weight or save money for retirement? What about resolving to be a savvy consumer as well? Better Business Bureau suggests trying out new habits that can help you avoid scams and find trustworthy businesses that offer the services or products you need. BBB Scam Tracker is