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Here is what is NEWS in Mid-Missouri today:


  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 13:52:55 +0000: Callaway County DWI - - Area News

    A Callaway County man is in jail after he provided a false name to Callway County Deputies after getting pulled over. Rodney Garnett was stopped by police for a lane violation early Sunday morning outside of New Bloomfield.

    Garnett reportedly gave a false name to authorities and said he had a valid license. Police later learned that he had his license revoked and was on parole for previous DWI charges. He is currently in the Callway County Jail on a $25,000 bond.

  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 13:51:55 +0000: Columbia Club Assault - - Area News

    Three Columbia men were arrested early Saturday morning after a fight broke out in Club Vogue, on Business Loop 70 East. According to employees, when the men were asked to leave the club, they started to fight with the workers.

    When police arrived they arrested Gary Warren for allegedly attempting to injure an employee with a beer bottle, 2nd and 3rd degree assault and possession of a controlled substance.  Also arrested were Larry Patrick and Cory Foster on third degree assault charges.

  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 13:51:22 +0000: Holts Summit Serious Motorcycle Accident - - Area News

    A Holts Summit man suffered injuries after his motorcycle traveled off the right side of the roadway and and overturned.  According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, a motorcycle being driven by 43 year old Oren Barnes wrecked at around 11:00am on RT 179 on Saturday. He was taken by ambulance to an area hospital for treatment of serious injuries suffered.



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  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:58:04 +0000: South Dakota corn harvest behind, but soybeans ahead of normal - Brownfield Ag News

    Warm and dry conditions dominated the weather pattern across South Dakota this past week, allowing almost all the winter wheat to get planted. Corn is 91 percent mature and 19 percent harvested, which is behind the average of 45 percent by this time.  Corn is 74 percent good to excellent. Soybeans are 88 percent harvested,... Read more »

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  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:36:51 +0000: Missouri crops behind - Brownfield Ag News

    Rain and wet ground last week in Missouri kept harvest progress to a minimum. Harvest progress remains behind normal. As of Sunday, 58 percent of Missouri corn was harvested, 17 percentage points behind the average. Corn moisture in Missouri averages 17 percent. Soybean harvest is 25 percent complete – 21 percentage points behind the five... Read more »

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  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:31:10 +0000: Two new V.P.s at Foremost Farms - Brownfield Ag News

    Some leadership changes at Foremost Farms USA: with the retirement of Dave Fuhrmann, Mike Doyle became president and CEO of the cooperative effective October 1st.  Doyle has announced Jim Hamm will fill the newly-created position of vice-president strategy and business development.  Hamm joined Foremost Farms in 2008 as director of financial planning and analysis. He... Read more »

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  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:27:32 +0000: Ohio farmers waiting for soils to dry - Brownfield Ag News

    Continued wet conditions around Ohio have farmers waiting for soils to dry before fieldwork can resume.  According to the latest Crop and Weather report, just 23 percent of the corn crop has been harvested, one percent more than the week prior.  Soybean harvest remains slow with just 36 percent harvested, a 7 point jump from the... Read more »

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  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:23:10 +0000: Too wet in most Wisconsin fields last week - Brownfield Ag News

    Not a lot of progress in Wisconsin fields last week after heavy rains swept across the Badger State dropping 1-to-2.5 inches the first few days.  Door County reports 3.25 inches.  Some were able to get back into the fields late in the week.  Topsoil moisture is listed as 78 percent adequate and 18 percent surplus.... Read more »

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  • Tue, 21 Oct 2014 08:35:31 +0000: MO Social Services responds to claim of ‘horrendous’ Medicaid service - Missourinet
    State lawmakers want to know what the Department of Social Services is doing to answer the needs of people calling its Medicaid hotline, after hearing about one woman’s runaround. Lawmakers responded to a report by ABC 17 news that a pregnant woman had been trying to get help from the Department since June. She says […]
  • Tue, 21 Oct 2014 08:30:03 +0000: Missouri deer hunting seasons underway (AUDIO) - Missourinet
    Missouri hunters already have started thinning the state’s deer herd. The serious hunting starts in less than a month. Archery hunting season and the urban deer season kick off a series of seasons that last until early January. Still ahead is the firearm season, November 11-25, antlerless season November 26-December 7, alternative weapons season December […]
  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 15:20:10 +0000: Mizzou’s Murphy named to Hornung Honor Roll after returning a kick and punt for touchdowns in win at Florida - Missourinet
    Mizzou’s Marcus Murphy has been named to the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll.  The award is given annually to the most versatile player in college football as fans nationwide have the opportunity to cast their votes online for the Paul Hornung Award. Murphy returned the opening kickoff 96 yards for a TD and scored three different […]
  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 08:35:35 +0000: Missouri Sen. Blunt talks handling of Ebola, halting travel (VIDE0) - Missourinet
    Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO) says Ebola is enough cause for concern to stop people from coming into this country from areas where its outbreak continues. Blunt, speaking Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press, says travel visas for passengers trying to enter the U.S. from Ebola-stricken countries should be temporarily suspended. “I’d suspend those visas until […]
  • Mon, 20 Oct 2014 08:24:17 +0000: Schweich to test for fat budgets and speeders (AUDIO) - Missourinet
    Don’t say state auditor Tom Schweich is going to audit ten Missouri speed traps.   He’s going to make sure ten municipal courts are follow a state law that limits the use of speeding tickets to pay city bills. The notorious Lake Ozark-area speed trap of Mack’s Creek so incensed state lawmakers that they passed a […]




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