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Hallmark Cards Announces Reorganization

Hallmark Cards Inc. is creating three new independently operated businesses as part of a major reorganization of the greeting card company. The company says the new businesses are Hallmark Greetings, Hallmark Retail and Hallmark Home and Gifts. Each of the businesses will be led by a separate president. Hallmark officials said the reorganization is expected to allow for more focused decisions to meet customer and marketplace needs in each business.

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Missouri Republicans Changing The Way They Award Delegates In The 2016 Presidential Campaign

Missouri Republicans are changing the way they award delegates in the 2016 presidential campaign. Republicans traditionally have awarded all of the state's presidential delegates for the Republican National Convention to whoever gets the most votes in the statewide primary...

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St. Louis-Based Defense Contractor Faces Up To Twenty Years In Prison

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The president of a St. Louis-based defense contractor faces up to 20 years in prison. James Alexander of Chesterfield is accused of having fighter jet parts re-stamped with more recent dates to make them appear to be newer than they actually are...

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Poplar Bluff Teacher Returns To School After A Copperhead Snake Bit Her

POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. (AP) — A southeast Missouri teacher returned to work the day after being bitten by a copperhead snake. The Poplar Bluff Daily American Republic reports Katelyn Campa recovered quickly after being bitten by the snake on September 2nd...

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University of Missouri Frats Plan Parties Without Hard Liquor

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Fraternities at the University of Missouri are planning social events this year without hard liquor. The Columbia Missourian reports that after months of debate on reducing sexual violence on the university campus, the ban was the only one of several proposals made during the summer that survived...

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