The Palmyra Bicentennial Committee is betting an evening of fun, food and celebration will draw a crowd to Old Glory Day this Saturday, June 15.
One bid was lower than the engineer’s estimate, and one was higher, but the Marion County Commission breathed a sigh of relief that the bid for the Taylor bridge was finally opened and plans can now move forward.
The Palmyra City Council last Thursday gave the green light to begin voluntary annexation of an additional part of the Griesbaum subdivision on the southern city limits.
County Market in Palmyra held an outdoor fund--raising event for the Palmyra Bicentennial Friday evening on the stores parking lot. The event featured a cookout, raffles, giveaways, a performance by the band, Honky Tonk Revival and the sale of cupcakes arranged to form “200 years.” The Bice…
Class of 2019, we have made it! On behalf of all of us, I would like to extend a thank you to everyone who has played a role in making each of us who we are today.
If misery loves company, when it comes to corn and soybean planting there is plenty of love throughout the Midwest, says University of Missouri Extension agronomist Bill Wiebold.
As rain pushes corn planting season back yet again, farmers may be better off sticking with poor stands than replanting, says University of Missouri Extension agronomist Bill Wiebold.
USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will accept applications beginning June 3, 2019, for certain practices under the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) continuous signup and will offer extensions for expiring CRP contracts.