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“Newspapers are dead,” a solemn but dubious audience of students heard. “In 10 years, they’ll be gone altogether.” more
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Editor’s note: Author Lacey Miller and her family are Missouri Farm Bureau members. After losing her father, Ralph Griesbaum, in a rollover tractor accident on their Marion County farm, the family has become farm safety warriors, working to spare others a similar tragedy.  more
I love witnessing the power of Missouri agriculture throughout the entire month of August. From watching children and adults of all ages roam the grounds at the Missouri State Fair to producers from all over the state attending the annual Missouri Farm Bureau Commodity Conference, it’s an invigorating time. It’s a reminder of the impact that farmers and ranchers have not just here at home but throughout the country and the world.  more
Hidden amongst the scenic Ozark hills, West Plains, Missouri, holds a unique title that few are aware of: the “Feeder Pig Capital of the World” during the 1960s and '70s. The story of how this small town earned its crown offers a fascinating glimpse into American agricultural history, a tribute to the tenacity of its farmers, and a reflection of the economic and social transformation of the time. more
On the last day of July, a storm blew through Springfield and surrounding areas, leaving thousands without power. Our house missed that first wave of outages in the middle of the night. more
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The future of our community is in our hands. We can choose to make it a place where everyone has the opportunity to succeed, or we can let it be a place where only the privileged few thrive. more
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Work-related stress can severely harm someone’s mental health and, without proper support, lead some to turn to substance abuse and even suicide. more
The 2023 Missouri State Fair was another one for the books, with a record number of exhibitors and new all-time highs in the Sale of Champions. From the livestock shows to the carnival rides, the concerts, fair food, and everything in between, there was something for everyone to enjoy. For many farmers, that included talking about farm policy. more
I always get excited as the county and state fair seasons wrap up. I know it's that time of year when the morning air is a little crisper and I get to spend my weekends watching my Mizzou Tigers and Kansas City Chiefs play football. There is nothing better than a tailgate full of friends supporting their team while consuming more barbecue than any medical doctor would recommend. more
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We’re two weeks into our new format, and what a ride it has been. more
When I was elected by my Republican colleagues to serve as Chairman of the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee, I promised the American people the committee would do something it hadn’t previously been known for: It would become known for conducting oversight. more
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For two years under one-party Democrat control of Congress and the White House, the American people were left completely in the dark about the numerous scandals and crises that have plagued President Joe Biden’s administration. But since being elected by the American people to the majority, over the last seven months, House Republicans have launched numerous investigations to hold the administration accountable and get the American people the answers they deserve. more
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