News Archive

Datesort ascending Headline
03/25/2015 Building on best year for manufacturing jobs in two decades, Gov. Nixon reports on productive meetings with global companies in Europe
03/24/2015 Gov. Nixon appoints Goodwin as new Carter County Collector of Revenue
03/24/2015 Gov. Nixon appoints Hershey as Chariton County Public Administrator
03/24/2015 Gov. Nixon appoints St. Louis attorney Robert Heggie as associate circuit judge in the 21st Circuit
03/20/2015 Gov. Nixon congratulates Missouri Children’s Division on its reaccreditation by the Council on Accreditation
03/19/2015 Gov. Nixon makes nominations to two commissions
03/19/2015 Gov. Nixon helps break ground on EaglePicher Technologies’ new battery manufacturing facility in Joplin; expansion expected to create 171 new jobs
03/19/2015 Gov. Nixon names former Joplin Police Chief Lane Roberts as Missouri Public Safety Director
03/19/2015 Gov. Nixon signs disaster supplemental budget bill
03/18/2015 Missouri’s AAA credit rating reaffirmed by S&P, saving taxpayers $1.6 million through refinancing action
03/18/2015 Gov. Nixon praises retiring DMH Director Dr. Keith Schafer for his service and dedication
03/17/2015 Gov. Nixon denies clemency petition of Cecil L. Clayton
03/16/2015 Gov. Nixon appoints former Congresswoman Pat Danner Meyer as a member of the Missouri Credit Union Commission
03/16/2015 Gov. Nixon appoints Henry as new Camden County Assessor
03/16/2015 Gov. Nixon appoints Childers as new Christian County Eastern District Commissioner
03/16/2015 Gov. Nixon to lead Missouri delegation of public officials, business leaders on trade mission to Italy, Germany and Spain
03/13/2015 Launch of the all-new F-150 in Claycomo cements Missouri’s position as America’s truck manufacturing headquarters, Gov. Nixon says
03/12/2015 Gov. Nixon travels to St. Louis County following shooting of police officers
03/12/2015 Gov. Nixon statement on the shooting of two police officers in Ferguson
03/11/2015 Medicaid reforms implemented by GOP-led states can provide path forward in Missouri, Gov. Nixon says