Tag: Newsmaker

Free services for disabled area residents offered at Access II Independent Living Center

| February 14, 2019

Access II ILC is a 5013-C not-for-profit organization based in Gallatin.

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Private Pesticide Applicator licenses available for Missouri farmers

| January 31, 2019

The University of Missouri Extension is now offering Private Pesticide Applicator Training (PAT) licenses for Missouri farmers looking to spray their fields this year.

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NEWSMAKER — Ice melters keep the roads clear, but damage local plants

| January 22, 2019

Ice melters such a road salt do more than just keep roads clear, they can damage surrounding plants long after winter is over.

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Beekeeping: What all the buzz is about

| January 18, 2019

The President of the Midwestern Beekeepers Association Phillip Duncan describes how beekeeping is a simple and life-long hobby that all ages can enjoy.

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American Red Cross seeking blood donors as donations drop dramatically

| January 17, 2019

Blood donors are needed urgently, according to Joe Zydlow with the American Red Cross of Missouri and Illinois.

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KMZU Capitol Conversation: Kansas a cautionary tale as lawmakers mull over infrastructure funding, falling state tax revenues

| January 16, 2019

State lawmakers are grappling with how to cover a shortfall in state revenues for the first quarter of fiscal year 2019 while attempting to increase infrastructure funding following the defeat of Proposition D by Missouri voters in November 2018.

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Rural Missouri internet ‘lags’ behind

| January 11, 2019

Missouri is ranked 42nd for rural connectivity and has more than one million residents without access to broadband. Only two other states, California and Texas, have more than one million rural residents without access to broadband internet.

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NEWSMAKER — Coyote hunting and trapping for pest control

| January 10, 2019

Wildlife Damage Biologist Darrell Damron explains what permits are needed and how to hunt and trap coyotes in Missouri to help keep the population in-check.

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NEWSMAKER — New year, new governor, new cabinet officials: Centennial Missouri General Assembly begins Wednesday

| January 9, 2019

Rep. Peggy McGaugh told KMZU News she is ready to get back to work for the 39th District. The 100th Missouri General Assembly officially kicks off Wednesday, January 9.

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