MDC congratulates Jeff Rowland on breaking the state record by gigging a 2-pound, 8-ounce northern hog sucker on the Current River. JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports Jeff Rowland of Poplar Bluff became the most recent record-breaking angler in Missouri when he gigged a northern hog sucker on the Current River in Ripley County. The new “alternative method” record fish caught by Rowland on Oct. 15 weighed 2 pounds, 8…"Poplar Bluff angler gigs state-record northern hog sucker"
Statement from Governor Eric Greitens “Let me tell you why we’re fighting so hard for kids and teachers in Missouri. Today, the system works for insiders and bureaucrats who get paid real well, but it fails too many students, families, and teachers. We know insiders and bureaucrats will lie. You deserve to know the facts. Here’s a lie: Missourians don’t give enough tax money to schools. Here are the facts: Missourians spend about the national…"Governor Greitens Explains Fighting for Kids and Teachers"
SEDALIA, Mo.- Today, Governor Eric Greitens and Nucor, the largest producer of steel in the United States, announced that the company will be investing at least $250 million to build a steel bar micro mill in Sedalia. When completed, the new Nucor facility will create more than 250 high-paying jobs. “In Missouri, everyone fights for jobs,” Governor Eric Greitens said. “We’re winning jobs because our entire team, and our entire state, is coming together to…"Nucor announces plans to build steel rebar micro-mill in Sedalia"
“We’re sick of politicians wasting your tax money. Today, we put an end to politics as usual, to save the people of Missouri hundreds of millions of dollars. Here’s the problem: Politicians spend millions of your money on projects that sound nice, but don’t get results. If you care about people, and you care about taxpayers, you’ve got to fight for results. There’s a special interest tax credit program in Missouri that started out with…"Governor Eric Greitens says “Politics as usual is over”"