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New Haven aldermen approve $7M budget

The New Haven Board of Aldermen unanimously approved its 2022-23 budget, which included nearly $7 million in total spending, $2.294 million set aside for capital projects, and plans for some of the $422,000 it received through the American Rescue Plan Act federal funding — which is not included in the $7 million of total spending.
NEW HAVEN, MO
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Hot Days and Cool Nights in Hermann, MO

It’s summer, and whether you have “enjoying some fun in the sun” or “escaping the heat” on your agenda, Hermann has the perfect backdrop and soundtrack for summer camaraderie. If you’re looking to beat the heat, look no further than Hermann’s wineries and distilleries. Unique...
HERMANN, MO
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APPROXIMATELY 250 CAMPERS FROM ACROSS THE NATION ATTEND BLINN LIVESTOCK JUDGING CAMPS

Maggie Brumnett and Trenton Edwards came a long way to attend the Blinn College Agricultural Sciences Department’s livestock judging camp. Brumnett, 17, from Wagoner, Okla., and Edwards, 14, from Wright City, Mo., were among approximately 250 campers who attended three-day youth camps at the W.J. “Bill” Rankin Agricultural Complex on the Brenham Campus. Camps were held for participants ages 14 and older, and for ages 8-13.
BRENHAM, TX
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Interstate 70 Overnight Lane Restriction in Warren County July 11

Bridge painting projects to begin at Route F and Wildcat Drive. Weather permitting, July 11, work is scheduled to begin on two bridge painting projects in Warren County located on Route F and Wildcat Drive, both over Interstate 70 at Wright City. All work will occur during the nighttime hours...
WARREN COUNTY, MO
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Mark Guillaudeu Wins the Best USA Sommelier Association Finals

Named “Best Sommelier USA,” Mark Guillaudeu will represent the USA in Global Competition in 2023. KANSAS CITY, MO (June 29, 2022) – Best USA Sommelier Association (BUSA), a not-for-profit created by top industry professionals to support and promote the role of the sommelier in the United States, is pleased to announce the winner of the USA National Finals held on June 14, 2022, in Hermann, Missouri. After nine hours of exams during which the six finalists competed in French, Spanish and English (meeting the requirements of competing in a non-native language), the six judges chose a new U.S. national champion sommelier: Mark Guillaudeu.
KANSAS CITY, MO
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Kenneth "Kenny" Soest

Mr. Kenneth Raymond Soest of Wright City passed away on Thursday, June 30, 2022, at his home. He was born on February 29, 1964, in St. Louis to the late Raymond and Roberta (nee: Vessels) Soest. Kenny had reached the age of 58 years. Kenny worked as a carpenter and...
WARRENTON, NC

Out of three regional brands of potato chip companies in Missouri, two have been around for a few decades

Bowl of Red Hot Riplets manufactured by Old Vienna in St. Louis, MO.Ckoerner, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons. There is an old potato chip manufacturer at 1 West Industrial Road in Fulton, Missouri known as Backer's Potato Chip Co. It was originally founded in 1931. The company makes 7,000 pounds of chips per hour. Backer's also ships their brand chips across the country including places in Canada and Mexico. Backer's isn't the only regional brand of potato chips manufactured in Missouri.
FULTON, MO
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Kahoka Teen Receives Scholarships

MEXICO, Mo.- Last week, teens from throughout the state of Missouri met in Mexico to begin a full week of rehearsals and competition in the Miss Missouri’s Outstanding Teen Scholarship Pageant. While only one teen received the crown, many received awards and scholarships totaling more than $26,000. Among the...
MEXICO, MO
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St. Louis Band Boreal Hills’ New Ep Is Going To Make Them Rich — Or Not

Somehow, music found Karl Frank. He doesn’t know how. He grew up in Martinsburg, Missouri, a town of 300 people, a place too small for pizza delivery, too small for a stoplight and definitely too small for any sort of a music scene. No one in his family made music either — outside of an older sister who “can kinda play the piano.”
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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