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More Info — Less Paper

That’s the idea behind Jefferson City’s effort to reduce paper in city government.  We talked about it with Councilman Bob Scrivner and city IT Director Bill Betts.  Listen now:[display_podcast]Scrivner tells KWOS he’s proposing that the city add appropriate hardware and software, as well as an “analyst” to help set the …

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Caught Short

Ask anyone in Joplin–they’ll tell you how important it is to keep your insurance up to date.  Severe weather season is a good time to double check your policies. Here’s some advice from Travis Ford of the Missouri Department Of Insurance on KWOS Open Air. Listen now:[display_podcast]

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Mortgage Settlement Information

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster joined us on KWOS Open Air with information on Missouri’s share of the national mortgage settlement.  Listen now:[display_podcast] Here’s the link for complete information.

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Pay Raise Progress

State Representative Jay Barnes (R-JC) updates us on the state employee pay raise working its way through the legislature. Also…a shocking comment on jumping jacks  🙂   Listen now: [display_podcast]

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Caucus rules can get a little complicated–so here’s the official word from Cole County Republicans:    OFFICIAL CALL   FOR COLE COUNTY REPUBLICAN CAUCUS   The Cole County Republican Central Committee will hold the 2012 Cole County Republican Caucus for the purpose of electing Republican Delegates and Alternates to the …

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Happy Homecoming

It’s been a rollercoaster week for Derrik Sweeney and his family.  The Jefferson City student and two companions were arrested in Egypt during anti-government demonstrations.  Here’s our exclusive interview with Derrik’s mom, Joy Sweeney

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Senator Blunt On KWOS

Senator Roy Blunt joined us on the KWOS Coffee Break to discuss his new agriculture legislation, a red-hot Lake Of The Ozarks issue and more. 

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