There’s a new No. 1 bad weed to watch in Missouri. Palmer pigweed, aka Palmer amaranth, acts bad in more ways than most. Three years ago Palmer became resistant to glyphosate herbicide.
Michael Warner and Reagan Hubbard put together game tables for the upcoming Mid Mo FIRST Robotics Lego League competition in Camdenton.
Cool and refreshing on a hot summer day, cucumber is one of America’s top five garden vegetables. For years, cucumber was considered to be primarily “diet food” because of its low caloric content.
As the winter weather hits, keep in mind that outdoor activities can be risky. Snow shoveling can be especially dangerous. Experts warn that snow shoveling is not the exercise to use to start getting in shape.
Many people have questions about the storage of canned goods. Start with a good quality product. If you are purchasing canned goods, choose those that are not rusted, dented, scratched or bulging.
In the Midwest, when people think of using woody biomass for energy, the first thought that usually comes to mind is burning wood in a fireplace or wood stove. Now there's more.
A new children's book released during Black History Month tells the story of a former slave who helped organize rural schools for blacks in Missouri. Watch the video.
As children become teenagers, parents may wonder what happened to the children who once shared information freely. Some parents may also be concerned when teens want to spend more time away from family.
Government cost-comparison figures indicate a 167-day lamp life for a 100-watt incandescent bulb, compared to a 1,642-day lamp life for a CFL bulb, translating into an estimated $63 in savings.
Theater helps us understand life. And few life experiences match the emotional complexities of breast cancer, which affects one of every eight women in the U.S. Watch the video and listen to the audio.
Every beer lover knows it takes a combination of hops, barley, malt and water mashed together and cooked to make beer. But there's much more to brewing than that.
Spring weigh-ins for 4-H pig projects are being waived throughout much of Missouri to slow the spread of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus.
Research has been growing in the areas of dementia and Alzheimer's disease in the last 10 to 15 years.
Most of us have it; tools, toys, knick knacks, collections, clothes, files, school papers, tech gadgets, appliances, etc.
Trees, shrubs and perennials may be planted as soon as they become available at local nurseries. Here's a list help you maintain your houseplants and other miscellaneous chores.
If your income is low enough that you do not need to file, then it is extremely unlikely that the IRS would later request that you pay tax. However, by filing a simple tax return, the statute of limitations starts to run out, and the unlikely chance becomes a zero percent chance.
We often hear that we should get plenty of fiber to help with digestion, but fiber provides many other benefits as well.
Rural communities across the country are finding economic opportunities from cultural heritage tourism.
Saving money is easier said than done. You have every intention to set aside money each month, but somehow life gets in the way. Listen to the audio.
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