Tag: Newsmaker

NEWSMAKER — This Veteran’s Day, receive the benefits awarded to service members

| November 10, 2017

Veterans and their families are afforded a multitude of benefits by the United States and Missouri governments in recognition of their service and sacrifice. KMZU would like to thank all veterans for their service to our country and wish them and their families a very Happy Veteran’s Day!

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NEWSMAKER — HCC of Rural Missouri to celebrate Rural Health Day with a day service

| November 9, 2017

This year’s celebration is dedicated to the late Melanie Corporon, a well-known advocate for the under-served in west central Missouri.

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NEWSMAKER — KMZU hunts down tips for a safe deer season

| November 7, 2017

KMZU’s Sara Miles spoke with Tim Miller, an Education Consultant and Outdoor Skills Specialist with the Missouri Department of Conservation about staying safe while hunting this deer season.

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NEWSMAKER — Affordable Care Act open enrollment season kicks off Wednesday

| November 1, 2017

Open enrollment runs from Wednesday, November 1 through Friday, December 15.

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NEWSMAKER — The Capitol Conversation: Rep. Rusty Black remembers Rep. Mike Lair, grapples with HCB-3

| September 20, 2017

HCB-3, also known as the senior social services law, would provide benefits for 8,000 Missourians. Lawmakers struggled with the bill all year and following a veto by Governor Greitens this summer, were unable to override that veto last week in Jefferson City.

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Newsmaker — Specialty crop growers wanted: pool ideas and resources at a brainstorming session in Mayview

| September 12, 2017

Burr Oak Farm will host a specialty crop growers brainstorming session in Mayview Tuesday evening. Read the fully story for a map of the area.

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NEWSMAKER — ‘Survivor Tree’ seedling sprouts new life at Heroes Park in Carrollton

| September 11, 2017

Local tree expert Tom Carpenter has nurtured a seedling of hope for five years. That tree, an offspring from the only surviving tree at Ground Zero in Manhattan, is now taking roots in Heroes Park behind the Carroll County Historical Museum in Carrollton.

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NEWSMAKER — Reel nature in with fly fishing

| August 24, 2017

KMZU’s Matt Gang spoke with Nathan Woodland, the Outdoor Education Center Manager at the Parma Woods Shooting Range and Training Center in Parkville.

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NEWSMAKER — MSHP and MoDOT emphasize safety during Total Solar Eclipse

| August 16, 2017

The influx of additional motorists will most certainly affect traffic patterns. The MSHP is asking all travelers to plan accordingly.

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