The Innovation Hub hosts its weekly 1 Million Cups meeting on Wednesday at the Regional Economic Development Inc. office on Walnut Street. Wed…
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Noren took office in 1982 and was re-elected eight times, reforming election policies and methods during her tenure.
The measure on the Nov. 8 ballot would boost tobacco taxes to pay for early childhood education and some health-care programs. If put in place, the higher tax would generate roughly $305 million annually.
Liz Schmidt was actively involved in the community through the Calvary Episcopal Church, the League of Women Voters, the Boone County Democratic Party and other organizations. The public is invited to the ceremony at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at Missouri United Methodist Church.