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KC R-1 School Board Approves Co-op for Middle School Softball With Brashear

KC R-1 School Board Approves Co-op for Middle School Softball With Brashear

KC R-1 School Board Approves Co-op for Middle School Softball With Brashear By Crystal Howerton The Knox County R-1 School Board met in regular session on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 with…

Wylliams/Henry Contemporary Dance Company to perform April 10 at C-SC

CANTON, Mo. – The Wylliams/Henry Contemporary DanceCompany will perform at Culver-Stockton College at 7:30 p.m. onThursday, April 10, in the Alexander Campbell Auditorium in thePerforming Arts Center. The performance is…

Local Girl Scouts prepare to collect more than one million personal care items

 Local Girl Scouts plan to collect more than one million personal
care items for local families and individuals in need during Girl Scouts
of Eastern Missouri's April Showers Personal Care…

APRIL, 2008 PROCLAIMED AS “MISSOURI MEDIATION MONTH”

    Statement from Missourians for Fair and Impartial Courts

    The Missouri House Committee on General Laws will be considering two bills THIS WEEK that would weaken the Missouri nonpartisan court plan, which ensures fair and impartial courts. There are…

    Water Patrol Responds To Floods

     The Missouri State Water Patrol had 54 officers assigned to flood duty during the recent flooding event in the southeastern part of the state and the St. Louis area. Officers…

    Wayne Cox

    Wayne Cox, 64, of Donnellson, passed away at 3:27 A.M. Monday March 24, 2008 at the University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics in Iowa City.

    A father explains being a Republican

     Father/daughter talk… A young woman was about to finish her first year of college. Like so many others her age, she considered herself to be a very liberal Democrat, and…

    Patrol Members Deployed In U.S. Military

     . Patrol Members Deployed In U.S. Military Colonel James F. Keathley, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, would like to remind the public of this agency’s support for our…

    Highly Unusual Rainfall and Saturated Conditions to Blame for Major Midwest Flooding, MU Climatologist Says

     People in Arkansas are preparing for some of the worst flooding in the state while Missourians continue to struggle with destruction caused by high water.

    Corruption is Expensive, But Who Pays the Bills?

     MU professor finds corruption, political connections impact the bottom line