Tag: Governor

Parson speech includes consolidations of Cameron prisons

| January 16, 2019

Inmates a Crossroads Correctional center in Cameron would be transferred to Western Missouri Correctional, according to a plan delivered in Parson’s speech.

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Re-hired State Education Commissioner renews priorities

| December 10, 2018

Educators are eager to move to Missouri School Improvement Plan 6, guidelines that list accreditation standards for public schools.

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Missouri to honor fallen firefighter with lowered flags

| October 7, 2018

The Governor has ordered flags to half staff on Tuesday for an Eldorado Springs firefighter who died after in a crash.

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Judge Chapman receives appointment to Court of Appeals

| August 31, 2018

The governor has picked a judge from Chillicothe to serve on the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District.

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Governor stops in Cameron to talk drought

| August 24, 2018

A 8:00 a.m., public meeting is being held at Cameron City Hall, to express concerns to Governor Mike Parson.

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Gov. Parson visits Jostens facility in Sedalia

| July 11, 2018

Missouri Governor speaks at ceremony recognizing expansion of Sedalia business.

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Special prosecutor will not re-file charges against former Governor

| June 8, 2018

Without additional evidence, Baker stated, the burden of proof requiring “beyond a reasonable doubt standard” was too heavy for the case to continue. 

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Gov. Eric Greitens announces intention to resign effective Friday, June 1

| May 29, 2018

In a stunning turn of events Tuesday, the embattled Republican governor announced he will resign the office of Governor of the State of Missouri Friday, June 1 at 5:00 p.m. Lt. Gov. Mike Parson will assume the Governor’s office upon Greitens’ resignation.

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Gov. Greitens faces additional felony related to charity donor list

| April 20, 2018

The Greitens campaign allegedly used the illegally obtained list to raise almost $2 million.

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