News Archive

Datesort ascending Headline
12/17/2014 Gov. Nixon discusses agriculture and rural economic development with FFA students in Centralia
12/17/2014 Gov. Nixon says state of emergency declared on Nov. 17 will expire
12/17/2014 Statement from Gov. Nixon on new Missouri Commissioner of Education
12/17/2014 Gov. Nixon recognizes workforce development efforts of businesses, education and community leaders in St. Francois County to become CWRC-designated
12/16/2014 Gov. Nixon helps break ground on Boeing composite center; expansion will create up to 700 jobs producing parts for the 777X
12/15/2014 Gov. Nixon and legislators discuss making needed repairs to Missouri State Capitol building
12/12/2014 Christmas message from Gov. Jay Nixon and First Lady Georganne Nixon (includes video and audio links)
12/11/2014 Gov. Nixon congratulates the Missouri Department of Economic Development on being named the best economic development agency in the country
12/10/2014 Renovations at Truman State will invest in higher education and create jobs, Gov. Nixon says
12/10/2014 At East Central College, Gov. Nixon says bond issuance for higher education would be smart, fiscally responsible
12/10/2014 Gov. Nixon denies clemency petition of Paul Goodwin
12/09/2014 Gov. Nixon asks Highway Commission for analysis of public-private partnership to improve and expand I-70
12/08/2014 Gov. Nixon makes board and commission appointments
12/05/2014 Renovations at Missouri Southern will boost STEM education and create jobs, Gov. Nixon says
12/05/2014 Statement from Gov. Nixon on meeting with national and state NAACP leadership
12/04/2014 Gov. Nixon appoints Eric Basler as Ste. Genevieve County Coroner
12/04/2014 Gov. Nixon appoints new public administrator for Reynolds County
12/04/2014 Gov. Nixon tours Schrenk Hall at Missouri S&T, identified as college’s highest priority for renovation
12/04/2014 Gov. Nixon orders flags to half-staff in St. Louis City on Saturday to honor Judge Michael B. Calvin, first African-American presiding judge of 22nd Circuit
12/04/2014 Veteran NFL coach Les Steckel, now president and CEO of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, to be featured speaker at 2015 Governor’s Prayer Breakfast