NEMOnews Media Group, LLC, owned by Mike and Sue Scott of Kahoka, has purchased the Memphis Democrat newspaper from Chris and Karri Feeney of Memphis. The purchase was finalized Friday.
Filing begins Tuesday, Dec. 17, for the April election.
The Palmyra City Council awarded contracts for an electrical substation project and work on the new council chambers and voted to enter into a contract for vehicle fuel for the coming year during their regular meeting last Thursday.
Three bids were opened for a new loader for the Marion County Highway Department during Monday’s Marion County Commission meeting.
Beef producers will soon spend a lot on hay and supplement. Just how much can vary and depends on many moving factors, say two University of Missouri Extension specialists.
October weather in Missouri gave sharp contrasts. September weather that felt like August went away. October 2019 was the coldest October in 10 years and the fifth month this year that was colder than normal. Unexpected snow over much of the state ended the month.
Show-Me-Select replacement heifer sales offer cow-herd profits for both sellers and buyers.