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Hale to oversee MDC fish hatchery systems for entire state

Clint Hale has a new job title in a section of the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) that he is very familiar with.

Department of Social Services warns Missourians of EBT credential harvesting scheme

The Department of Social Services warns Missourians to be alert of phishing attempts to steal login credentials for their EBT card. FIS Global, Missouri’s EBT card vendor, has warned of emails being sent to clients impersonating FIS using Zix Secure Messaging and using free sites to mimic an FIS client login page to steal their login credentials.

Find out where to cycle at MDC virtual event Aug. 30

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) now allows the expanded use of bicycles and electric bicycles on many department-area service roads and multi-use trails. But how does that apply to where you live? Discover where you can cycle during a free virtual event from 6 – 7 p.m. on Aug. 30.

Tiger training being offered at LWJE

            A new program will be held at the Lucy Wortham James Elementary (LWJE) School called Tiger Training that is aimed at helping students develop skills in athletics, music, and critical thinking. Spaces are still available for those wanting to participate to begin the new school year.

Latvian student selling books in St. James

   A Latvian student will be visiting the St. James community, going door-to-door, giving residents an opportunity to purchase educational materials for children. Latvian university student Janis Strapcans will be visiting the area as part of a summer exchange program.

Rolla woman refuses to let joint pain affect her active lifestyle

                  Raised as a farm girl and always involved in athletics, 70-year-old Rolla, Missouri, resident Sandra Exon has always led an active life. In fact, she was recently playing beach volleyball when she hyperextended her right knee, causing it to tear.