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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon praises the role of agriculture in moving Missouri's economy forward during a speech Thursday at the 60th annual Governor's Ham Breakfast at the Missouri State Fair.
Although he weighs 76 pounds, Quynten Cary, 6, of California, Mo., was insistent on holding up his 29.88-pound, Grand Champion and Champion Youth Country Cured Ham while it was being auctioned Thursday at the 60th annual Governor's Ham Breakfast. Assisting him is his mother, Debra West. On the left is Charles Rosenkrans, superintendent of the Hams, Bacon and Summer Sausage competition at the State Fair.
Teresa Hensley- Democratic candidate for Missouri's 4th Congressional District
Vicki Hartzler, Republican congresswoman from Missouri's 4th District.
All right, I will admit it: I started the day with an agenda, which is an absolute violation of journalistic ethics. But thankfully, I escaped my first Missouri State Fair experience with integrity intact.
Gov. Matt Blunt is scheduled to make an appearance in Thursday in Sedalia.
As the charges and countercharges mount in the firing of Gov. Matt Blunt’s deputy counsel, it would be easy to overlook the central issue. That is whether the governor’s office has flouted the Missouri Sunshine Law.
Sedalia will be Missouri’s capital for Tuesday.
The Sacred Heart High School choir performed on Dec. 1 at the Governor’s Mansion in Jefferson City. The choir sang two songs accompanied on the piano by music and vocal director Darrin Hartman.
Rick McBride, of State Fair Community College, has received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. The award, which was presented by the Missouri Community College Association, is given to the top community college teachers in the state each year.
ProEnergy Services has been recognized by Gov. Jay Nixon for the development, investment and jobs the business created in the last year.
Gov. Jay Nixon will be in Sedalia Wednesday to announce more than $4 million in grants for Missouri schools to help fund technology.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Prepared text of Tuesday’s State of the State address by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon:
Dr. Marsha Drennon,left, president of State Fair Community College, and Keith Swanson, right, dean of academic affairs, escort Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt on a Tuesday afternoon tour through the Science and Allied Health Building being built on the campus.
Meg Liston, center, director of Sedalia Downtown Development Inc., introduces Gov. Matt Blunt, right, to Ebby Norman, a downtown business owner, during a Tuesday afternoon visit at the Pettis County Courthouse as part Gov. Blunt's Capital for a day.
Flanked cabinet officials, Gov. Matt Blunt speaks in front of the Pettis County Courthouse Tuesday afternoon while being filmed by television reporters before heading inside to visit with Sedalians during his Capital for a Day visit.
Gov. Matt Blunt and his cabinet spent Tuesday afternoon at the Pettis County Courthouse and other places in Sedalia, talking face-to-face with local people who took advantage of their presence here.
The stars of the show may have been 6-year-old Logan Cary, his grand champion ham and Gov. Matt Blunt, but the trio shared the limelight with dozens of political candidates and their handlers Thursday.
Legislation that would allow startup ambulance districts to be funded through sales tax levies will be sent to the governor’s desk after it was passed by the Missouri General Assembly in the closing days of the legislative session.
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon talked taxes, storm response and the state’s economy during remarks Thursday at the Governor’s Mansion to members of the press.
Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed Darren Doherty, a University of Central Missouri graduate student from Blue Springs, to serve as the student member of the institution’s governing board.
JEFFERSON CITY — State officials pledged bipartisan efforts in dealing with Missouri’s budget Thursday while addressing members of the press.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Police surrounded an office building near the governor’s mansion on Tuesday after a report of a disturbance initially believed to be a hostage situation. But they said there was no confirmation of hostages taken.
Melissa LaBoy, of St. Louis, one of very few protesters at Thursday's 2009 Missouri State Fair Governor's Ham Breakfast holds a sign showing point of view on healthcare reform.