Treasurer Fitzpatrick today announced that his office has returned the first $100 million of his administration in just over two years, the fastest of any Missouri Treasurer. $100,080,956 has been returned since Treasurer Fitzpatrick took office in January 2019. This is the Treasurer’s fourth Unclaimed Property record.
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WGU Missouri has issued a call for K-12 teachers across Missouri, Illinois and Kansas to nominate their innovative classroom projects by April 18 for the opportunity to receive full or partial funding.
Ella Cline of Sullivan scratched her way to a $100,000 top-prize win playing the Missouri Lottery’s “Fab 5s” Scratchers game.
Today, Governor Mike Parson announced that he has authorized a transfer of $300 million in federal Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF) from the State Treasury into the state’s UI Trust Fund to help keep the Trust Fund balance above the level that would trigger an increase in contribution tax rates for Missouri businesses.
The Missouri Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development (MDHEWD) will focus on health care opening during its Return Strong Virtual Job Fair on Tuesday, April 6.
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