Monday, July 26, 2010

Branson Arrests July 22 - 27

Branson Police Reports as recieved by

7/16/10 - 7/22/10

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Taney County Missouri 38th District Associate Circuit Judge Division 1 -Republican Primary Candidate Bob Paulson

Friday, July 23, 2010

Branson Public Gathering Censorship Act of 2010

Branson Missouri Act by Mayor Raeanne Presley forcing numerous fees to people who dare to exercise free speech. Various fees including the Taney County Health Department and 100 dollar filing fee are included

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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Missouri Department of Agriculture Says "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" (Photo Contest)

Maybe it's a landscape photo of a beautiful Missouri farm nestled alongside a cornfield. Or maybe it's a snapshot of your pride-and-joy tractor that has been in your family for years. Whatever inspires you on the farm, we want your photos for the Focus on Missouri Agriculture Photo Contest. The contest, open to all amateur photographers, offers a chance to win prizes from the AgriMissouri program and have your photos featured at the Missouri State Fair. Deadline to register is July 26.
Participants can enter up to three photos each in five categories: The Beauty of the Farm, Faces of the Farm, The Farmer's Life, The Pride of the Farm and Children's Barnyard (open to photographers age 12 and under). Entries will be judged on visual impact, creativity, memorable content and image quality.
A $50 AgriMissouri gift basket will be awarded to the winner in each category, while the single image selected as the judges' favorite overall will receive a $100 gift basket as the Best of Show winner. The Children's Barnyard category winner will receive an agritourism outdoor adventure. Winners will be announced the week of Aug. 2 and winning photographs will be displayed at the 2010 Missouri State Fair in Sedalia, Aug. 12-22.
For a complete list of rules and guidelines, visit All photos submitted

Friday, July 16, 2010


Press Release Published by Jack Goodman's Campaign for Missouri's District 7 Congressional Seat


(Mount Vernon, MO) Jack Goodman today released his successful fundraising numbers showing clear momentum for the August 3 Primary Election by bringing in $100,505 from 330 plus donors.  “Laura and I are very grateful for the support we have received all over the 7th District this quarter and throughout this race from everyone that believes in our message to get America back on track,” said Goodman.  “This campaign is about listening to the people I wish to work for and fixing what is broken in Washington.”
The recent financial reports are another clear indication that Jack Goodman’s campaign for the MO-7th District House seat is pulling ahead as the Primary Election approaches.  Goodman’s grassroots support has been strong throughout this race with over 1,600 volunteers who are actively working in each of the 10 counties of southwest Missouri that make up the 7th Congressional District.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Missouri Department of Agriculture Seizes Assets of Appleton City Grain

Article Generated From Missouri Department of Agriculture PR Department

Producer's claims will be taken July 8-9, July 12-15 in Appleton City

Today, the Missouri Department of Agriculture, with assistance from the Missouri attorney general's office, petitioned the circuit court of St. Clair County to seize the grain inventory of Appleton City Grain, Inc. This action prohibits the facility from conducting grain-related business at this time. The Department of Agriculture's Grain Regulatory Services did not renew Appleton City Grain's operating licenses when the company failed to prove sufficient resources were available to remain solvent.
Department of Agriculture staff will be at Appleton City Grain from 8 a.m. - 5p.m. on July 8-9 and July 12-15 to take claims from Missouri farmers who have grain in storage or are otherwise involved with the company. The facility is located at 302 W. Fourth St., Appleton City, Mo. Producers are asked to bring copies of documentation including sales tickets to support storage claims at the facility.
Questions regarding your claims may be answered by officials at the facility or by contacting Chris Klenklen at (573) 751-4112.