If you enjoy watching butterflies, you may also enjoy contributing to scientific knowledge about them. The Missouri Department of Conservation will offer a free virtual training session from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 15, on how to participate in the Missouri Butterfly Monitoring Network.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages the public to discover nature this summer by squirrel hunting and black bass fishing. Both seasons open Saturday, May 22.
The Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney’s office recently filed the following felony charges:
• Anna Amber Robbins, 47, of Piedmont, stands charged with class E felony driving without a valid license (with three prior convictions for the same crime).
Steelville Telephone Exchange is one of more than 825 broadband providers across the nation participating in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBBP). During the COVID-19 pandemic, this program will make available up to $3.2 billion worth of consumer discounts on broadband services and equipment like computers and tablets. The program kicked off on May 12.
Cuba, MO Animal Control recently received a dog that had been seriously neglected, but after some hard work and a little TLC, the pup has now found a forever home.
The Missouri Department of Conservations (MDC) announces it has updated its website to offer a new look and better navigation for site users. According to MDC, the majority of web content will remain where it was while other content has been moved to better fit where visitors expect to find it.