• Every email program (Outlook, Windows Live, Thunderbird, etc) is different on how they set up email service, but they ask all the same questions. Here are all the answers that you need. both IMAP & POP3 work mail.semo.net for incoming mail.semo.net for outgoing your username is your email address YES or NO on SSL for incoming & outgoing (see below for more information) leave incoming server port to the default change the outgoing server port to 587   Here are more details SSL or no SSL If you turn on SSL, you will be prompted to accept our certificate (your device might even call it an "untrustworthy" certificate, but you can select to accept it). This setting has to do with how

    Feb 15,
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  • Bollinger County Marble Hill - Kristin T. Nanney Sturdivant - Amy M. McCutchen Zalma - Jimmy D. Casey, Cody R. King   Butler County Broseley - Callie L. Arrington, James H. Johnson, Nancy L. Johnson, Jenna L. Williams Fisk - Kira L. Cunningham, Shelby L. Revelle, Casey J. Wayne Harviell Alyessea A. Kreyling, Katlin A. Mansfield, Noemi G. Piedrasanta Diaz, Susan Silkwood, Makenna E. Tipton, Lucas K. Wagner Neelyville Cynthia D. Boyd, Zane S. Davis, Latoya D. Loyd, Francis A. Pennington, Chelsea B. Petty Poplar Bluff Christina L. Aguilar, Bailey M. Alford, Melanie K. Anthony, Brandus H. Bailey, Patricia D. Bailey, Ashley N. Baker, Brittney L. Barker, Eric T. Batton, William L. Bowling, Katelyn C. Brinkley, Karisa M. Brown, Hazel D. Bryant, Clayton S. Carpenter,

    Apr 19,
  • Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, Congressman Jason Smith (MO-08) led a bipartisan letter along with over 60 of his colleagues to President Trump urging him to revoke a “midnight rule” from the Obama Administration that would ban lead ammunition and fishing tackle from being used on any public lands. On January 19, 2017, the last full day of the Obama Administration, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) issued a director’s order phasing out the use of traditional lead ammunition and tackle on federal lands. Upon sending the letter, Smith commented, “This last minute rule issued by the Obama White House is simply unacceptable. This is exactly the type of regulatory red tape which has been thrown up by unelected bureaucrats

    Feb 10,
  • JEFFERSON CITY - Minimum wage workers in Missouri will earn $7.65 per hour beginning Jan. 1. The announcement from the state's Department of Labor came Friday. The law regulates employee wage minimums for all companies whose gross annual sales exceed $500,000. The wage represents an increase of 15 cents per hour from 2014's minimum, according to reports. Missouri minimum wage workers now earn $7.50 per hour which is 25 cents higher than the federally mandated $7.25 per hour, reports indicate. All minimum wage employees in neighboring states save Illinois, where the minimum is $8.25, are paid the prevailing federal minimum. Of America's 144 million workers, approximately one percent, - 1.6 million people - earned that prevailing federal minimum in 2012, documents released by

    Nov 08,
  • St. JOSEPH,  Mo -  Gov. Jay Nixon Wednesday announced the Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT) will allow heavier than normal truck loads of farm goods on Missouri highways. The agreement comes at a time of the harvest season when heavy rains impacted negatively farmers' abilities to move crops from the fields. "Many farmers are seeing record harvests this year," Nixon said at a visit to St. Joseph animal nutrition company BioZyme, Inc. "But heavy rains over the last few weeks are making it harder for them to get these valuable crops out of the fields." While the waiver is in effect, farmers, private and for-hire motor carriers may carry up to 10 percent more than their licensed weight, a release

    Oct 15,
  • JEFFERSON CITY – Friday the Office of Public Counsel (OPC) Friday filed a request to the Public Service Commission (PSC) on behalf of the entire state to provide Noranda with a reduced electric rate because losing Noranda would adversely affect all consumers on the Ameren grid. The proposal is an effort to save hundreds of jobs at Noranda and local economies throughout Southeast Missouri. The new stipulation and agreement was filed in the wake of a recent rejection by the PSC to grant a rehearing for Noranda regarding its original power rate reduction request filed last spring. The OPC's previous proposal garnered support from 37 consumer and corporate organizations; and local, state and U.S. elected officials. Friday's OPC document was backed

    Oct 14,

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