State Treasurer Clint Zweifel was in Oak Grove on Wednesday afternoon to meet with about 20 or so constituents at the Broadway Grill to talk about his efforts to return unclaimed property to it’s rightful owners and to discuss Missouri’s MOST 529 program that helps residents of the state pay for college. He stressed that while several states have a similar program, Missouri’s is more accessible, allowing an account to be opened with as little as twenty-five dollars.

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Yours truly got the last question in — I asked about the missing documents from Sarah Steeleman’s time as Treasurer. He laughed and said they couldn’t find them, but if I had any idea where to look, they were open to suggestions.