Parson Signs – No Patient Left Alone

A bill that provides visitation standards for hospitals, nursing homes, and hospice facilities was signed into law by Governor Mike Parson.  HB 2116 allows a resident or patient in a health care facility in-person contact with a compassionate care visitor during visiting hours. State Representative Rusty Black this legislation came about due to the restriction at the beginning of COVID. […]

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Missouri Ag Industry Ranks In The Top 5

Missouri’s Agriculture industry is ranking in the top five in several areas and showing improvement over a study from five years prior. The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced the results of an economic contribution study showing the value of agriculture, forestry and related industries to the state’s economy. Results show a contribution of nearly $94 billion to the state’s economy […]

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FEMA Approves Missouri’s Disaster Declaration Request

Missouri’s request for a major disaster declaration was approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Governor Mike Parson announced a total of 21 counties will receive federal assistance in response to severe storms and flooding beginning in late June and continuing through July 1. FEMA’s approval of Missouri’s request means millions of dollars in federal and state reimbursements will […]

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FEMA Asked To Join Storm Damage Assessment Teams

Governor Mike Parson has requested FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, participate in joint preliminary damage assessments.  The assessments are for 17 counties, including Livingston, Carroll, Caldwell, and Chariton Counties in the KCHI listening area.  The assessments will be for damages due to severe storms and flooding from June 19th to July 1st. The Preliminary Assessment teams will include local […]

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Governor’s Bicentennial Tour

Governor Mike Parson and Theresa Parson will kick-off their Bicentennial Tour later this week, where they will travel around the state.  For the local area, The governor will be in the area Monday afternoon.  Stops on the schedule include: Walt Disney Hometown Museum in Marceline from 1:15 – 1:45 p.m. General John J. Pershing Boyhood Home State Historic Site in Laclede from […]

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Hoffman’s CBHE Appointment Approved

Three appointees for the Coordinating Board for Higher Education were confirmed by the State Senate to fill three vacancies.  The three include: Anne-Marie Clarke of St. Louis, Hollie Elliot of Fair Grove and Trenton resident, Phil Hoffman,  Hoffman is the manager of the Hoffman Reed Corporation, a retail  Ag Product distributor. He has served on various boards and attended what […]

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Chillicothe Is A 10 GIG Community

Workforce Development, Economic Development, Education…  these all have a common thread, infrastructure.  The ability to connect to the world!  Chillicothe is now a 10 Gig Community, thanks to the developments and hard work of Green Hills Communications.  City Administrator Darin Chappell says we are not the first in the state, but we have something no other city has. Chappell says […]

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Hoffman Appointed To The Coordinating Board For Higher Education

A Trenton man has been appointed to the Coordinating Board for Higher Education.  Governor Mike Parson appointed C. Phillip Hoffman of Trenton. Hoffman is active in the Trenton community as a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Trenton Downtown Improvement Association, North Central Missouri Fair Board, and the University of Missouri Thompson Farm Advisory Board.  He has also served as […]

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