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Governor Parson Makes 100th Judicial Appointment with Appointment of Judge Renee Hardin-Tammons to Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District
Jefferson City — Today, Governor Mike Parson marked the 100th judicial appointment of his administration with the appointment of Judge Renee Hardin-Tammons to the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District. Judge Renee Hardin-Tammons, of Olivette, currently serves as a Circuit Court Judge in the 21st Judicial Circuit. She obtained...
Jefferson City — Today, Governor Mike Parson appointed James Kjar as Associate Circuit Judge for Benton County in the 27th Judicial Circuit. He will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of the Honorable Mark B. Pilley. Mr. Kjar, of Warsaw, is currently principal of Kjar Law Office. He...
Iron Rider exhibit will be on display through October. JEFFERSON CITY, MO, SEPT. 22, 2022 – In June of 1897, the 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps, an all-Black army regiment known as the “Buffalo Soldiers,” embarked on a 1,900-mile, 41-day bicycle ride from Fort Missoula in Montana to Forest Park in St. Louis. The daunting trek was part of an experiment by the U.S. Army to test the effectiveness of using bicycles, rather than horses, for troop movement. The route for this experiment closely followed the Northern Pacific and Burlington railroads through Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska and Missouri.
Lisa Stuecken Selected As September 2022 Missouri Department of Natural Resources Team Member of the Month
JEFFERSON CITY, MO, SEPT. 22, 2022 - Lisa Stuecken, budget program director with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Administrative Support, has been named the department’s Team Member of the Month for September 2022. Stuecken was selected for her service to the department and for all she does to respond to the myriad of budget requests, prepare for changes to budgetary authority and to maintain the responsible use of department funds.
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Body Kansas City, Mo. – Four decades ago, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) opened the Burr Oak Woods Nature Center and Conservation Area at Blue Springs. Now, MDC welcomes generations of nature enthusiasts to celebrate the nature center’s 40th anniversary with a free Conservation Carnival from 2 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, at 1401 N.W. Park Road.