Cool Wave yellow trailing pansy. Courtesy Ball Horticultural Company
COLUMBIA, Mo. – If there’s a plant that deserves the title of “flower for all seasons,” it is the pansy, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. At any given time in North America, you will find pansies blooming prolifically somewhere. This cool-loving garden flower...
U.S. Secretary Perdue today applauded the decision made by the District Court of Western Missouri which ruled that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has the primary jurisdiction over worker’s safety in meat processing plants across the country during the COVID-19 national...
Growing up in rural Missouri we really didn't think about “ a place to shoot our guns.” Maybe we just walked from the house and shot our .22's and later our muzzleloaders behind the pond. Sometimes we'd go to an old bridge where trash was dumped by the fore fathers of the same folks who just chuck...
Shown here is the Cameron Cooperative, which has changed significantly since its 1920 founding.
The Cameron Coop celebrated 100 years of serving area farmers during its monthly board meeting Tuesday. The celebration comes as the first of an eight-month project highlighting the organization’s centennial anniversary, which began with 150 farmers coming together in December of 1920. “It’s been...
This baby calf is wondering, Will Spring will ever return? Brr!
We now have a Facebook page to keep us informed on happenings for our club. Wren Dockary has completed getting The Achievers Facebook page up and running. Thank You Wren. Since we have missed several of our scheduled events this will be a great way to stay connected. Especially now during the...
Morale boosters for the empty-handed morel seekers MDC says morels illusive for some, but spring woods are always interesting Kansas City, Mo. – Late April is a peak season for morel mushrooms in western Missouri, to the delight of people who like to cook them and find them in the freshly greening...
In the early 1840’s in what is now Nodaway county, a  hunter sighted down his rifle barrel on a large brown animal.  He skilfully  pressed the trigger and the rifle bucked. A few minutes later he stood over his kill. It was an elk, or Wapiti and it would  provide a lot of meat for his family, and...


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