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  • HUSAR: Adams County brings home awards for "dynamic duo," VOAD team

    HUSAR: Adams County brings home awards for "dynamic duo," VOAD team

    Wednesday, June 24 2015 9:24 AM EDT2015-06-24 13:24:42 GMT
    Not long after Triena Dietrich took on the role of Medical Reserve Corps coordinator with the Adams County Health Department, she met the county's "dynamic duo" of emergency management volunteers. The...
    Not long after Triena Dietrich took on the role of Medical Reserve Corps coordinator with the Adams County Health Department, she met the county's "dynamic duo" of emergency management volunteers. The...
  • HUSAR: Keeping a walk from going to the dogs

    HUSAR: Keeping a walk from going to the dogs

    Wednesday, June 3 2015 9:13 AM EDT2015-06-03 13:13:14 GMT
    Pike County Animal Warden Debbie Lambeth doesn't have to look outside to know when the weather is getting better. She can tell by the number of phone calls. With more people out walking or running, and kids outside playing, there's a greater chance to encounter dogs...
    Pike County Animal Warden Debbie Lambeth doesn't have to look outside to know when the weather is getting better. She can tell by the number of phone calls. With more people out walking or running, and kids outside playing, there's a greater chance to encounter dogs...
  • D. HUSAR: Lucky dog lives in 'Taj Mahal'

    D. HUSAR: Lucky dog lives in 'Taj Mahal'

    Wednesday, May 13 2015 11:10 AM EDT2015-05-13 15:10:04 GMT
    Spending time in the doghouse wouldn't be half-bad at the home of David and Pat Sprague in Plainville. At least as long as Molly, the couple's 6-year-old yellow Lab, doesn't mind sharing. "She has the Taj Mahal," Pat Sprague ...
    Spending time in the doghouse wouldn't be half-bad at the home of David and Pat Sprague in Plainville. At least as long as Molly, the couple's 6-year-old yellow Lab, doesn't mind sharing. "She has the Taj...
  • HUSAR: Garden grant means hands-on learning for Transitions students

    HUSAR: Garden grant means hands-on learning for Transitions students

    Wednesday, April 22 2015 9:42 AM EDT2015-04-22 13:42:01 GMT
    Annette Smith is looking forward to seeing her students get their hands dirty and learn something at the same time. A new container garden project at Transitions School will help put students in touch with agriculture...
    Annette Smith is looking forward to seeing her students get their hands dirty and learn something at the same time. A new container garden project at Transitions School will help put students in touch with agriculture...
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  • Wet weather making planting, growing soybeans difficult

    Wet weather making planting, growing soybeans difficult

    Thursday, July 2 2015 10:36 AM EDT2015-07-02 14:36:29 GMT
    Once worried about a drought this year, Ely farmer Jim Underhill now has something completely different on his mind. Wet weather has prevented many Missouri farmers -- but not Underhill -- from planting soybeans, and some of whats been planted isnt faring well. Theres a real thin line around Monroe City that some of us farmers got done planting, Underhill said.
    Once worried about a drought this year, Ely farmer Jim Underhill now has something completely different on his mind. Wet weather has prevented many Missouri farmers -- but not Underhill -- from planting soybeans, and some of whats been planted isnt faring well. Theres a real thin line around Monroe City that some of us farmers got done planting, Underhill said.
  • Guide to area July 4 celebrations

    Guide to area July 4 celebrations

    Thursday, July 2 2015 4:52 PM EDT2015-07-02 20:52:29 GMT
    Several fireworks displays are taking place Thursday through Saturday in the Tri-State region. Here's where you can celebrate Independence Day with family and friends.
    Several fireworks displays are taking place Thursday through Saturday in the Tri-State region. Here's where you can celebrate Independence Day with family and friends.
  • Commission denies Grain Belt Express plan for electric transmission lines

    Commission denies Grain Belt Express plan for electric transmission lines

    Thursday, July 2 2015 11:20 AM EDT2015-07-02 15:20:26 GMT
    Property owners who opposed the Grain Belt Express direct current transmission line were celebrating Wednesdays ruling against the project by the Missouri Public Service Commission.Commission members voted 3-2 to reject the private companys plans for a transmission line to connect wind generation units in Kansas with a grid in Indiana.
    Property owners who opposed the Grain Belt Express direct current transmission line were celebrating Wednesdays ruling against the project by the Missouri Public Service Commission.Commission members voted 3-2 to reject the private companys plans for a transmission line to connect wind generation units in Kansas with a grid in Indiana.
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