State and Regional News

State of Missouri continues management transformation with The Missouri Way leadership training

This week Gov. Mike Parson kicked off the second session of The Missouri Way management training program to develop leaders across the state’s 16 executive departments. The program equips supervisors, managers, and department leadership with the necessary management skills to better lead change and improve services for the citizens of Missouri.

Governor encourages Missourians to honor those who served our country this Veterans Day

“This Veterans Day weekend, as we commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, let us take time to honor the service, sacrifice, commitment, and courage of all veterans, including the 488,000 veterans who call Missouri home. These men and women deserve the highest appreciation from their community, their state, and their country.

Office of Administration announces scheduled removal and public viewing of Ceres, statue atop the Missouri State Capitol

The Missouri Office of Administration today announced that Ceres, the bronze statue on top of the Capitol Building emulated after the Roman goddess of agriculture, is scheduled to be removed on Thursday, Nov. 15 for scheduled cleaning and conservation. If weather is not ideal for removal, a backup removal date is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 16.