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Beat the Heat in Caves

SPRINGFIELD – With temper­atures hitting the century mark, there are a few traditional places people visit to cool off. Springs, rivers and caves are abundant in the Ozarks and all provide respite from the overwhelming heat.
Using caves and springs ...

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Missouri Establishes Guardianship Reform Task Force

Members tasked with modernizing 30-year-old statute JEFFERSON CITY –– A group calling itself the Missouri Working Interdisciplinary Network of Guardianship Stakeholders (MO-WINGS) has been convened by Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council to review and recommend statutory changes to update Missouri’s adult ...

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Missouri Prevailing Wage Rates Set

Annual Wage Order No. 19 Now in Effect JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Labor Department announces that the state prevailing wage rates have been established and are now in effect for use on all Missouri public works constructions projects. ...

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Big Bob's Fishing Report

By Bob Stickles-Big Bob’s Bait & Tackle Floaters fishing our local rivers are catching bass and an occasional walleye on the Rebel Crawdad. Green, brown or red plastic crawdads are all working. Early in the morning and again at dusk ...

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MDC Considering Striper Stocking In Bull Shoals

Additional feedback from anglers, plus biological data, will determine the future of the increasingly popular fishery at Bull Shoals Lake. THEODOSIA – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is continuing to assess the potential for stocking a limited number of ...

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