News Archive

Datesort ascending Headline
10/09/2015 Gov. Nixon names Peter Lyskowski acting director of the Department of Health and Senior Services
10/09/2015 Cattle producer Glen Cope of Aurora receives Governor’s Award for Agricultural Achievement
10/08/2015 Gov. Nixon makes appointments to Commission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, MOSERS Board
10/08/2015 First Lady Georganne Nixon commends students, teachers and staff at Blue Ribbon Schools in New Haven and Cape Girardeau
10/07/2015 Gov. Nixon statement regarding $158 million commitment by National Car Rental for naming rights to proposed NFL stadium in St. Louis
10/06/2015 Gov. Nixon makes appointments to State Committee of Dietitians
10/06/2015 Gov. Nixon receives 2015 Sheldon Coleman Great Outdoors Award from the American Recreation Coalition
10/05/2015 Gov. Nixon orders flags to fly at half-staff in Bates County on Thursday for former state Sen. Harold Caskey
10/05/2015 Mental health initiative marks second anniversary and continues to produce life-changing results, Gov. Nixon says
10/02/2015 Gov. Nixon appoints four to Missouri Assistive Technology Advisory Council
10/02/2015 Gov. Nixon commutes sentence of Kimber Edwards to life in prison without parole
10/02/2015 Missouri Works Training to help more than 300 businesses create nearly 1,000 jobs, Gov. Nixon announces
10/01/2015 Gov. Nixon, First Lady invite Missourians to the 2015 Harvest Fest this Saturday
10/01/2015 Gov. Nixon makes appointments to nursing, therapeutic massage boards
10/01/2015 Gov. Nixon announces $675,000 to support startups in Springfield and Cape Girardeau
09/30/2015 Gov. Nixon makes board and commission appointments
09/30/2015 Gov. Nixon applauds the nearly 700 young people who participated in Missouri’s State Parks Youth Corps this summer
09/29/2015 Gov. Nixon makes board and commission appointments
09/29/2015 More than 3,100 Kansas City and St. Louis youth took part in Summer Job League, Gov. Nixon announces
09/28/2015 Missouri receives $36.7 million federal grant to fund programs that assist crime victims; VOCA funding is four times higher than in recent years