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The life and career of 2016 Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Charlie Daniels will be spotlighted in the new exhibit, Charlie Daniels: Million Mile Reflections. Opening Sept. 23, the display will feature instruments, stage wear, manuscripts, awards, childhood mementos and previously unreleased photos from his personal collection. “I can’t even articulate how honored I... Read more »

Miranda Lambert is playing Chicago on Friday night (July 29), and I’m sure she’s just as thrilled as I am. I know this because in a recent radio interview, Lambert said in no uncertain terms that Chicago is her kind of town. “I love Chicago,” she said. “You know it’s always a great place to... Read more »

Thanks to a state Supreme Court ruling, thousands of Missourians will receive jobless benefits which were previously taken away. In a 4-3 ruling, the justices said the state Senate improperly overrode Governor Nixon’s veto of a law which reduced the time limit for unemployment benefits from 20-to-13 weeks. The court said the override during last […]

Missouri Southern State University political science professor William Delehanty says the next Democratic Party chairperson must unify the party’s two major factions. Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned this week as the chair after leaked emails revealed that she favored presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders. “Most notably is kind of the more established, […]

The Missouri Department of Agriculture is investigating more than 100 complaints of herbicide damage from mostly dicamba, and in a few cases 2-4-D, in four southeast Missouri counties. The department’s Judy Grundler testified Thursday before the Missouri House Appropriations Committee on Agriculture, saying there are reports of damage to soybeans and other crops… “We also […]

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Herbicide-resistant weeds continue to be a growing concern across the Midwest. Iowa State University Extension crops specialist Joel DeJong says part of the problem is a lack of new weed-killing chemistries. He says the last new family of herbicides was introduced in the 1980’s. “It’s kind of scary because we’ve had lots of new products […]

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