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Mizzou Wins Citrus Bowl
Mizzou head coach Gary Pinkel gets a Gatorade bath after winning his third consecutive post-season bowl game. Photo by Shane Epping of Mizzou News.

Mizzou Tigers Win Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl

ORLANDO - Markus Golden earned MVP honors, and the tandem of Marcus Murphy and Russell Hansbroughhelped the Tigers to an impressive 337 on the ground, as No. 16 Missouri won its second-straight January bowl with a 33-17 win over No. 20

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon (Courtesy of Governor's Office)

Governor Jay Nixon Pardons Nine Non-Violent Offenders

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that he has granted pardons to eight men and one woman convicted of non-violent offenses. Each of the individuals has completed his or her sentence and has become a law-abiding citizen.

“The execu

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Yagi Studio/Getty Images
Yagi Studio/Getty Images

Missouri Parks Prepare For Guided Hikes On January 1, 2015

More than 40 free, guided hikes will take place on trails in Missouri state parks and historic sites throughout the state on Jan. 1.  The effort is a part of America’s State Parks First Day Hikes, which gives guests the opportunity to start the year of right with a healthy hike

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Sacred Heart 3rd Graders
Sacred Heart Third Graders Help Fire Victims (Photo Courtesy of Sacred Heart School)

Sacred Heart Third Graders Support Fire Victims

Third Grade Service Project Supports Fire Victims

After hearing about the local apartment building that burned in late November, the third graders at Sacred Heart School inquired with the Red Cross about how they could help fire victims. They were told

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Dani Myers
Dani Myers (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Smith-Cotton Grad Share Public Relations Journey With School

Smith-Cotton High School graduate Dani Myers recently returned to her alma mater to share with students her experiences in public relations, both as a student and a professional.

A member of the Class of 2007, Myers visited Dec

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Glenn Mollette
Glenn Mollette (courtesy of facebook)

Deciding Between Good And Best [OPINION]

2015 - Deciding Between Good and Best

     for the year ahead.

 

By Glenn Mollette 

 

2015 will be over almost quicker than you can say Happy New Year! Just look how fast 2014 sped by us all. Time rarely feels as if it's standing still unless we are waiting on something

Dec. 2014 Skyline Character Kids
Skyline Character Kids 2014 (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Skyline Elementary School Character Kids For December 2014

Skyline Elementary School has named its Character Kids for December. The character trait was being a learner.

Front Row: Joslyn McMillan, Julie Izoita, Jackson Taylor, Evalina Limansky Row 2: Gabriel Toderescu, Shawn-Renee Schell Row 3: Ava Benner, James Buck, Corbett Tanner, Caleb Glaum, Madalyn May Row 4: Morgan Bell, Olivia Venable, Jaylyn Thomas, Tatiana Peshov, Kennedy Woolery Top Row: Dametriuz Hernandez-Smith, Elizabeth Rath, Alaina Ayers, Jones Knight, Madelyn Bell Not pictured: Akira Williams

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Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri Drop-In Days For Winter Break

With the holidays quickly approaching many area children are looking forward to something other than presents from Santa – Christmas break. Their parents, however, may be wondering what to do with those extra days off from school when they have to go back to work

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Liberty Memorial
Liberty Memorial (courtesy of National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial Facebook)

President Barack Obama Signs Bill Officially Recognizing National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – United States President Barack Obama signed legislature passed by both houses of Congress Friday evening providing the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial with its second official recognition from Congress

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Home Visiting Coalition
PHOTO: The Home Visiting Coalition wants to see federal funding for programs that help struggling parents continue. Unless Congress acts, funding will expire in March. Photo credit: hotblack/morguefile.com.

Parent Support Program Supporters Seek Stable Funding

By Mona Shand Missouri News Service

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The clock is ticking on federal funding that helps struggling parents with young children.

The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program expires in March, unless Congress takes action

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