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Gov. Jay Nixon
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Governor Jay Nixon Signs Legislation To Protect Children

>Battlefield, MO

Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Greene County to sign legislation to help protect the health and safety of Missouri’s children, including strengthening child care in the state by implementing a new set of quality indicators for child care providers. T

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Harper Mruk
Harper Mruk (courtesy of Boys & Girls Club of WCMO)

Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri Executive Director Resigns

Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Executive Director Harper Mruk offered the Board of Directors her resignation this week, effective at the end of July. Mruk is leaving the position due to family circumstances.

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Bothwell Regional Health Center
Bothwell Regional Health Center

Bothwell Regional Health Center Joins Collaborative Network in Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia, Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City, Hannibal Regional Healthcare System, Lake Regional Health System in Osage Beach and University of Missouri Health Care in Columbia have formed a collaborative network to improve access and better coordinate health care for patients in the communities they serve

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Bothwell Chapel
Inside of BRHC Chapel (courtesy of BRHC)

Donors Fund New Bothwell Regional Health Center Chapel

The month of June carries a poignant significance for Connie McLaughlin. It’s the birth month of her husband Bill McLaughlin, as well as the month in which he died.

When Bill McLaughlin, who would have been 81 on June 15, died on June 28 of last year following a lengthy battle with heart disease, stroke and cancer, Connie wanted to do something special to honor his memory

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SFCC Spirit Squad
Members of State Fair Community College’s 2014-2015 Spirit Squad: Front row, seated, from left, Danielle Bradbury, Jacob Sarver, Kelsey Townsend, Toni Mead, and Tara Mitchell. Middle row, seated, from left, Emily Callahan, Kalee Shepard, Fatima Alegarbes, and Danielle Hayes. Standing, from left, Kymberlyn Borgmann, Dalton Morris, Kasey Keim, Emily Blackburn, Desiree Carroll, Hope Petree, and Taylor McCain. (courtesy of SFCC Athletic Department)

SFCC Adds Nine New Spirit Squad Members


The State Fair Community College Spirit Squad has added nine new members to its 2014-2015 SFCC Spirit Squad.

New members are Taylor McCain, Lincoln; Hope Petree, Tipton; Kelsey Townsend, Odessa; Kymberlyn Borgmann, Owensville; Fatima Alegarbes, Sedalia; Danielle Hayes, Windsor; Toni Mead, Warsaw; Danielle Bradbury, Clinton; and Tara Mitchell, Hughesville.


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Ballot Box
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Two Missouri August Election Issues Criticized

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri court hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday on a challenge to the ballot summary and cost estimate for a transportation tax proposal. The Cole County judge set the hearing to occur on the same day that absentee voting begins for the August ballot measure

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Lincoln High School Fishing
Lincoln High School Fishing

Lincoln High School Wins Missouri State High School Fishing Championship

The Lincoln High School team of Heath Renno and Corbin Mertgen brought a five-bass limit to the scale Sunday weighing 10 pounds, 6 ounces to win the 2014 Missouri State High School Fishing Championship on Truman Lake

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Missouri Guardsmen train to handle CBRNE Threat
National Guard Soldiers of the Missouri Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high Explosive (CBRNE) Task Force simulate the decontamination process of a contaminated Soldier at Boone County Training Center May17. The task force, which consists of nearly 200 Army and Air Force personnel, participated in the training exercise over the weekend. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Williams, Missouri National Guard 70th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Missouri Guardsmen Train To Handle CBRNE Threats

Story by Staff Sgt. Michael Williams

70th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Nearly 200 National Guardsmen and Airmen from Missouri joined forces to exercise techniques they would implement when called to assist first responders and health officials

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