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Bakersfield R4 School District - Bakersfield, Missouri
Southern Missouri Bank of Marshfield operates its main office and a drive through location in Marshfield, Missouri
He set out to find work in the renewable energy industry, but soon realized Missouri was behind the curve when it came to renewables.
Missouri advances to this weekend's Super Regional at Cal State Fullerton.
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When considering the average cost of doing business, Missouri has been recognized as being 13 percent below the national average.
For the past 12 seasons, Tjeerdsma has guided Northwest Missouri State from a winless program to one of the nation's elite in Division II.
Neither Welshmen nor Jews, the Mandan were a Siouan Indian people who lived in earthen lodges along the Missouri River and prospered as middlemen in a trade that stretched from the upper Missouri to Canada.
The department's waste tire program was one of the top 10 in the nation," Doyle Childers, director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, says.
Renaud holds a master of music degree in piano pedagogy from the University of Missouri in Columbia.
He wants the Army Corps of Engineers to let the Missouri rise higher on his stretch of the river, Lake Oahe, and give the local river recreation industry something it desperately needs: water.
Louis, presented a check for $50,000 to the Agricultural Leadership of Tomorrow (ALOT) Foundation during the 2004 Missouri Governor's Conference on Agriculture.
Missouri is frequently cited as being a bellwether state both politically and economically.
he left for Missouri Territory in the late 1700s partly because much of the land he had staked out for his retirement had been swindled away and mostly to get away from too many people to see the relatively unpopulated wilderness.
In a legal decision that stunned University of Missouri officials, St.
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