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  1. Leadercast's 'Positive Disruption' series features Missouri speakers

    • Dec. 10, 2020

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Leadercast's "Positive Disruption" series in Missouri will feature internationally known experts addressing leaders from all levels to shake up the status quo and drive opportunities for innovation.The global pandemic has... Read more ...

  2. Norfolk Island pine: A houseplant for the holidays and beyond

    • Dec. 10, 2020

    NEVADA, Mo. – If you don’t have time or space for a large Christmas tree, consider a Norfolk Island pine.“Many stores sell these evergreen houseplants during the holidays,” says University of Missouri Extension agronomist Pat Miller. “These... Read more ...

  3. Helping a Community Stay Connected, St. Charles IT - St. Charles, MO

    • Dec. 9, 2020

    2020 has shown businesses, employees, teachers, students, and families how important a good internet connection can be. The transition to doing work and school from home, for many, has been difficult. Businesses and schools were not prepared for the... Read more ...

  4. Having Communication Problems? We’ve Got Language Solutions, Language Solutions - St. Louis, MO

    • Dec. 9, 2020

    Language and communication are essential skills we use every day. Texting, calling, emailing, to having conversations, communication is used in our daily lives and in running a business. The staff at Language Solutions is on a mission to teach their... Read more ...

  5. Scaling a Veteran Business, KC Cattle Company - Weston, MO

    • Dec. 8, 2020

    After exploring various pathways, the 4-year-old KC Cattle Co. of Weston, Missouri, found itself on solid footing the last 18 months, says owner Patrick Montgomery.Few small businesses can make such a claim in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.“By... Read more ...

  6. Missouri trending wetter and warmer

    • Dec. 8, 2020

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Missouri’s seasons are getting warmer and wetter, especially winter and spring.For farmers, this means a longer growing season, wetter fields and potential for more plant diseases and insects.Four of the five warmest winters in... Read more ...

  7. Treat Yourself to a Good Book This Holiday Season

    • Dec. 2, 2020

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- This holiday season, treat yourself to a good book, give a book as a gift, or settle in next to the fireplace with a book from the library. "Winter is the perfect time to invest in yourself with a book on leadership or... Read more ...

  8. Fescue Foot Review

    Fescue Foot Review

    • Dec. 2, 2020

    Mt. Vernon, MO – Historically, fescue foot problems are noticed following Thanksgiving. About that same time, we have the first blast of cold air hit with temperatures dipping into the teens. Fescue foot results from cattle grazing fescue that... Read more ...

  9. After the deluge

    After the deluge

    • Dec. 1, 2020

    ROCK PORT, Mo. – Historic flooding along the Missouri River in 2019 has left many still repairing damage this fall.Cold, snowy weather in early 2019 set the stage for significant flooding in northwestern Missouri as spring approached, said... Read more ...

  10. Take your time with power takeoffs

    Take your time with power takeoffs

    • Dec. 1, 2020

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Survivors do not soon forget power takeoff accidents.Retired Monroe County farmer Artie Whelan recalls one of his first days back on the farm after his discharge from the U.S. Army 64 years ago.The half-ton truck he was driving got... Read more ...

  11. Treat it right and Christmas cactus lives to bloom another year

    Treat it right and Christmas cactus lives to bloom another year

    • Nov. 25, 2020

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – With proper care, Christmas cactus is a gift that gives for many years, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein.Trinklein has recommendations for success with Christmas cactus:Christmas cacti tolerate... Read more ...

  12. Be there in spirit by safely sending holiday foods

    • Nov. 25, 2020

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – COVID-19 is keeping many from traveling to see friends and family for the holidays, but you can be there in spirit by sending your special homemade fudge to your mom or cookies to your favorite niece.“Everyone likes to get... Read more ...

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