News Archive

Datesort ascending Headline
12/31/2012 Gov. Nixon appoints Victor Callahan to the State Tax Commission
12/27/2012 Gov. Nixon appoints Pettis County Assessor-elect Karissa Logan to serve remainder of predecessor's term
12/27/2012 Gov. Nixon makes appointments to boards and commissions
12/27/2012 Gov. Nixon appoints Versailles man as Morgan County Presiding Commissioner
12/27/2012 Gov. Nixon praises national recognition of Joplin citizens with award honoring community's resilience after tornado
12/26/2012 Gov. Nixon appoints Associate Circuit Judge Greg Warren as new Circuit Judge for 25th Circuit
12/26/2012 Gov. Nixon names Alan Freeman, CEO of Grace Hill Health Centers, as new director of Department of Social Services
12/24/2012 Gov. Nixon tells school superintendents he opposes proposals to arm teachers and take away authority of local schools districts to keep guns out of the classroom
12/24/2012 State offices in Cole County to close on Monday, Jan. 14
12/24/2012 Gov. Nixon appoints Limbaugh as new prosecuting attorney for Cape Girardeau County
12/21/2012 During visit to Columbia food bank, Gov. Nixon and First Lady help unload venison contributed by Missouri hunters
12/21/2012 Gov. Nixon nominates Ruzicka to Board of Probation and Parole
12/21/2012 During visit to Kansas City food bank, Gov. Nixon and First Lady help unload venison contributed by Missouri hunters
12/20/2012 Christmas message from Gov. Nixon (WITH AUDIO LINK)
12/20/2012 Gov. Nixon encourages Missourians to observe a moment of silence on Friday morning to remember those killed at Sandy Hook Elementary and other victims of gun violence
12/19/2012 Gov. Nixon names Doug Nelson as Commissioner of Administration
12/18/2012 Gov. Nixon announces change in office's communications leadership; Murphey to move to private sector in January
12/18/2012 Gov. Nixon orders flags to half-staff in Washington County to honor fallen law enforcement officer
12/18/2012 Gov. Nixon, Senator Schaefer and Representative Stream announce FY 2014 Consensus Revenue Estimate
12/18/2012 International leader in food and agricultural products is expanding operations in Marshall, plans to create 50 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces


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