Water Quality Testing Certification Program

Area residents concerned about water quality can become certified through a program offered by the Missouri Department of Conservation.  The MDC is offering training for volunteers who want to be certified to monitor water quality in the Show-Me-State. Water quality field certification training is on Saturday, September 10th, from 9:00 am – 2:30 pm at MDC headquarters in Jefferson City. […]

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Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Named Commanding Officer In Jefferson City

The Missouri Highway Patrol announced on Friday evening that Captain Jason N Crites was being named commanding officer and transferred to Troop F in Jefferson City effective Thursday, September 1st. Crites joined the patrol as a member of the 75th Recruit Class on February 1st, 1998. He grew up in Portageville, Missouri where he graduated from Portageville High School in […]

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Great Northwest Day Recap

Winter weather impacted Great Northwest Day at the Capitol, but Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce Director Crystal Narr says in some ways it made it easier to get their message across to the legislators that attended. They did have their annual evening event to feature the communities and Narr says Chillicothe was recognized for their display. Chillicothe was represented by nine […]

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KCHI News Director In Jefferson City

You probably have heard Randy Dean filling in on KCHI News for the past few days. Long-time KCHI News Director Tom Tingerthal and his wife have taken a vacation and one of their stops was in Jefferson City to visit Chillicothe’s voice in the state Capital, Rusy Black. Rep. Black stated the session is going well, with four weeks remaining. […]

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Parks Testifies In Election Hearings For Election Legislation

Livingston County Clerk Sherry Parks testified to support provisions of a piece of legislation introduced by State Representative Peggy McGaugh of Carrollton.  Parks supports the large election bill that would repeal the mail-in ballot process established during the pandemic.  She testified for the bill, emphasizing that she prefers voters to come to her office to make sure their votes count: […]

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2021 Great Northwest Day Goes Virtual

Northwest Missouri’s annual event to showcase the region goes virtual this year.  The Great Northwest Day at the Capitol annual gathering with Legislators in Jefferson City will look and feel different in a COVID-19 pandemic year. Since its grassroots beginning in 2003 constituents from across 19 counties in northwest Missouri have engaged in a unique regional, cooperative approach to communicating […]

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