The city of St. Louis is switching to Gmail in an effort to be more efficient and accountable. The move will cost nearly $400,000 in total.
St. Louis City goes Google, ends ‘archaic’ email system bit.ly/Q4oKRN
— Political Fix (@stlpolitics) June 25, 2012
The University of Missouri announced a stadium expansion of 6,000 seats to Memorial Stadium (The Zou) today. The MU Athletic Department will give a more detailed rundown of the additions tomorrow.
Missouri seeks stadium expansion for SEC move sgfnow.co/OllHHK
— MoPolitics (@MoPolitics) June 25, 2012
Eighty-Seven Percent of Missouri is in a moderate drought, and farmers in certain Missouri counties may be eligible for emergency assistance.
— Missouri (@RFMissouri) June 25, 2012
A Ford plant in Liberty, Mo. will assemble parts for the new Kansas City Ford Transit plant and is expected to bring more than 150 manufacturing jobs.
Gov. Nixon helps automotive parts supplier break ground on new $42 million production facility in Liberty, MO ow.ly/bOk6G
— Missouri Partnership (@MoPartnership) June 25, 2012
President Barrack Obama is ignoring Missouri in his early ad campaigns, as the Show-Me-State is seen as a Republican stronghold.
Missouri’s swing-state luster dims bit.ly/PPYmuF
— STLtoday (@stltoday) June 24, 2012