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Silver Dollar City's World-Fest Opens with Biggest Show Year Ever Performers from Six Continents Featured April 4 - May 3 BRANSON, Mo., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The popular Branson, Missouri becomes a global destination this weekend with the opening of World-Fest at the tourist destination's #1 attraction, the 1880s-style theme park Silver Dollar City.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a $2,199,132 grant to assist approximately 574 workers affected by layoffs from automotive industry suppliers across Missouri and in nearby Kansas.
According to online press (October 12, 2008), the Carthage Acropolium will host a classical music festival during the period October 14 to 31, 2008. The festival, which some of the most interesting musical groups, will feature 13 performances by musical troupes from 13 countries.
By KEN MIDKIF With gasoline prices hovering around $3.50 per gallon, there has been much talk of "staycations" vacationing at home.
By Anonymous SEDALIA, Mo. -- Two St. Joseph residents were injured Friday afternoon in a motorcycle wreck in Pettis County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The motorcycle's operator, 49-year-old John J.
By Ray Scherer ROCK PORT, Mo. -- Northwest Missouri is slated to receive its second interstate welcome center sometime in the next few years. The Missouri Department of Transportation recently announced that bids for the welcome center at Rock Port are scheduled to be let in November 2010.
By Anonymous The Missouri Agribusiness Academy gave participants a look at the future of agriculture last week with tours of agriculture related business across the state, including three in the Midland Empire. The members toured Triumph Foods and Prime Tanning in St.
Great Plains Energy Incorporated (NYSE: GXP) announced today that Terry Bassham, Executive Vice President and CFO, will be presenting at the Merrill Lynch Power & Gas Leaders Conference on Wednesday, September 24, 2008 at 10:15 a.m. EDT.
Kansas City Power & Light, a subsidiary of Great Plains Energy, has filed rate increase requests with the Missouri Public Service Commission and the Kansas Corporation Commission to increase base rates for electric service in all five of its service areas.
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