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Missouri State Fair crowns new Queen

Missouri State Fair crowns new Queen

| August 17, 2015

Miss Destiny Reed from Hannibal was named the 2015 Missouri State Fair Queen.

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More champions crowned at State Fair

More champions crowned at State Fair

| August 17, 2015

The Champion and Reserve Champions for market lambs and market barrows were both named this weekend, and will sell at the Sale of Champions.

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State Fair crowns first champion

State Fair crowns first champion

| August 12, 2015

One day before the fair opens to the public, the fair has already crowned the winners in one category to be featured at the sale of champions.

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Missouri crop progress and condition report

Missouri crop progress and condition report

| August 11, 2015

The corn crop is almost at the five year average pace while soybeans are still running behind.

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Nixle to be offered for state fair attendees

Nixle to be offered for state fair attendees

| August 5, 2015

Campgrounds to open, public service messages available to fairgoers as well.

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Missouri weekly crop progress and conditions

Missouri weekly crop progress and conditions

| August 4, 2015

Warm, dry conditions throughout most of the state this week allowed haying to progress. Corn is almost on track, soybeans still behind.

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Missouri tops in electric co-op funding

Missouri tops in electric co-op funding

| August 3, 2015

Agriculture Secretary, Tom Vilsack, announced late last week the $349 million in funding for 15 rural electric infrastructure projects, nearly $140 million coming to Missouri.

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Missouri and 27 other states suing EPA

Missouri and 27 other states suing EPA

| July 30, 2015

The Attorneys general from 28 different states, including Missouri, have asked for a nine-month delay in implementation of the controversial rule.

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Missouri crop condition and progress report

Missouri crop condition and progress report

| July 29, 2015

The corn crop is almost caught up to pace, soybeans still running behind.

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