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Help Feed Your Community

The Food Bank is getting help this weekend from the community and the post office.   The National Letter Carriers Food Drive will be held on Saturday and much of the donations in Cole County will benefit local agencies.  Jessica Long from the Food Bank appeared on KWOS Open Air to …

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Tax Credits Helps Area Daycare

Jefferson City Daycare – one of the many United Way agencies that are assisted in our area – is benefiting from tax credits, that are ending in September.  Director Donna Scheidt talked about the benefits and challenges they face.

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Will Be A While Before School Progress is Noticeable

Jefferson City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Larry Linthicum appeared on KWOS Open Air to talk about recommendations they received yesterday dealing with the construction of the new school off Highway 179.  His comments with John Marsh and Kelley Ray are below.

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Is It Safe to Eat Out

Cole County Health Department Director Kristy Campbell appeared on KWOS Open Air to talk about summer borne illness, the risk of mosquitoes and ticks and the recent salmonella outbreak.  Her interview is posted below.

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Rep. Barnes Says it’s Crunch Time

Cole County Representative Jay Barnes says it’s time to get busy to wrap up the 2017 Legislative Session in the Missouri House.  He appeared on KWOS Open Air with John Marsh and Kelley Ray to discuss it.

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Red Cross Aiding Flood Victims

The American Red Cross is standing by and ready to assist those affected by this week’s flooding rains.  We talked with Dave Griffith from the American Red Cross about what they are doing in this time of need.

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Watch Those Power Lines

Bill Wibberg of Three Rivers Electric talked with John Marsh and Kelley Ray about the dangers involved with power lines and flooding and tree trimming.  His interview on KWOS Open Air is below.

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