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A shot of hope: Newburg man finds relief with allergy shots

Jimmie Smith, a 70-year-old Newburg, Missouri, resident has suffered from allergies for most of his adult life.

MDC biologists say bears on the move now; don’t feed them, take precautions when camping

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds St. Louis region residents that spring and early summer is the time when bears are on the move. 

Polk County man catches new state record walleye

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) congratulates Tim Stillings of Morrisville for catching a 7-pound, 8-ounce walleye from the Sac River. Stillings caught the fish May 16 using a trotline. His record breaks the previous alternative methods record of 6-pounds, 14-ounces set in 2018.

Echo Bluff State Parks host 'Women Outdoors' dutch oven cooking class June 9

Team members at Echo Bluff State Park invite women to participate in a dutch oven cooking class from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 9. This class is one of the "Women Outdoors" series of classes for women taught by women being held at Echo Bluff State Park and Current River State Park from April to September.

William Villapiano, of Houston, was appointed to the Missouri Ethics Commission.

Today, Governor Mike Parson announced two appointments to the Missouri Ethics Commission.

Show-Me-Select heifer sale at Vienna draws full house

The May 20 Show-Me-Select Bred Heifer Sale at South Central Regional Stockyards in Vienna saw a full house and even more heifers than in previous years.