Winfield, Mo. - The Lincoln County Journal recently had an inquiry from residents in Winfield surrounding a recent charge of $38,625 to the Wi…
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(The Center Square) – An executive order signed by President Joe Biden that could force railroads to allow other operators to use their tracks could reduce competition and increase costs, according to industry experts.
SAINT LOUIS, Mo., July 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- VALYNT (https://www.govalynt.com/) officially announced the launch of its innovative Super Shred™ as the new raw material for a rapidly evolving American steel industry. Super Shred™ is a low copper content, shredded-steel material intended for a wide variety of mill applications including coils and bars. Developed specifically by VALYNT to help propel the booming steel market, Super Shred™ is already being supplied to industry leaders like Alton Steel, Inc. VALYNT is a Missouri-based firm specializing in iron/steel/aluminum production, additives to enhance crude oil production and refinement, and supply line logistics for both government and private sector interests.
ST. LOUIS, July 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- President and Managing Director of VALYNT, Charles Smith (https://www.govalynt.com/) officially announced an agreement with ESSCO to supply Saudi Aramco, the oil industry giant, with innovative, patent-pending agents that reduce friction, control viscosity, and improve pipeline material logistics at all midpoints in the distribution chain. Bringing decades of petroleum industry experience, the Missouri-based firm specializes in additives to enhance crude oil production and refinement, along with biofuel production, iron/steel/aluminum production, battery manufacturing, as well as supply line logistics for both government and private sector interests. VALYNT's flagship product, VX-25, is a hybrid additive package that catalytically optimizes heavy and medium crudes for energy improvement.
The teams will survey damage from the storms that occurred from June 19 through July 1.
Harrisburg, Pa. - Advocates continue to call to the legislature to be "a voice for Pa.'s pups."
(The Center Square) – It didn’t damage buildings or injure people, but February’s polar vortex was a natural disaster for those served by many of Missouri’s municipally owned utility companies.
Lincoln County, Mo. - When feed prices go up, swine producers usually see profits go down.
St. Louis County judge fought money-raising scheme for sheriffs for years.