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NEWSMAKER — University of Missouri Crop Management Conference offers insight for farmers

| December 11, 2018

The 2018 University of Missouri Crop Management Conference will be held at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia on December 18 and 19.

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MU student found guilty of attempting to solicit sex from juvenile in Boone County

| July 25, 2018

Zachary Davis, 23, of St. Charles was found guilty of multiple felonies during a bench trial Tuesday in Boone County.

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UPDATE: BREAKING NEWS — Possible suicidal subject reported on Mizzou campus

| October 18, 2017

Mizzou officials gave the all-clear just before 1:00 p.m. Wednesday. A subject is reportedly in police custody.

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$460,000 grant presented to MU to fight against tick-related diseases in cattle

| August 31, 2017

The United States Department of Agriculture granted Bill Stich, a professor of parasitology with the School of Veterinary Medicine of MU, $460,000 to develop an immunization to fight off anaplasmosis.

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NEWSMAKER – Missouri Master Gardeners go to college

| June 12, 2017

Over 120 gardeners from across the state will head to the University of Missouri for a two-day gardening conference.

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Tax assistance offered by MU extension office

| January 27, 2017

Filing a claim for the Missouri Property Tax Credit could be made easier, after free assistance offered by MU Extension.

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Britain’s EU Referendum could impact U.S. farmers

| June 20, 2016

Voters in the United Kingdom will decide Thursday on whether to remain one of the 28 nations in the European Union. The contentious vote comes as the United States is negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership with the EU.

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Mizzou leading the way for restorative knee surgery

| May 18, 2016

Mizzou extends the time in which donated tissue can live before being placed into a patient needing a knee replacement.

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Harassment policy heavily re-interpreted by employees, study finds

| April 27, 2016

A new study of sexual harassment found that harassment policies can be drastically re-interpreted by employees, completely negating the intent of the policy.

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