When a representative for Jake Owen posted a link to the Craigslist ad that lists the singerâs old Jeep, a lot of people were questioning why it was so expensive. It is, after all a 25-year-old car. Then again, this 1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer belonged to Owen. But that’s not why it he is asking... Read more »
“I thought that was Faith Hill.” “Who is that?” “There’s no way that is Shania.” Those were just a few of the comments I saw when I posted some photos from Shania Twain‘s Chicago show at the Allstate Arena on Wednesday night (July 29). It was all about the blond. So after a 22-song set,... Read more »
Missouri law will in 2017 require that insurance companies cover specific mental health treatments associated with eating disorders. The new legislation will put Missouri ahead of other states in fighting such diseases. Now advocates like Miss America 2008, Kirsten Haglund, hope people will take advantage of it, and that can mean overcoming stigma. “Stigma is […]
Missouri is following the national trend of increased home sales with a continued jump by nearly 20% compared to June 2014. In the second quarter, there was a 23% increase in national home sales. Missouri Relators Association CEO John Sebree says homes are selling faster than previous years. âThe number of days homes are on […]
Despite heavy rain and related disease pressures in wheat, yields have been good at most test sites in the University of Missouri Variety Testing Program. Southeast Missouri sites are showing the highest yields. While yields varied from site to site, seven varieties yielded 100 bushels or more per acre in southeast Missouriâs Scott County. Plots... Read more »
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The Index of Prices Received by Farmers in June decreased 1.9 percent from May. Lower prices for cattle, broilers and hay more than offset higher prices for eggs, onions and lettuce. The Crop Index was 2.2 percent lower; corn averaged $3.58 per bushel down 4 cents from May. Soybeans were 2 cents lower at $9.58,... Read more »
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