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Wind Turbine
If approved, the Grain Belt Express transmission line would bring wind energy from Kansas to Missouri, Illinois and points east. Supporters say it would also carry environmental and economic benefits to the state. Photo credit: Kevin_P/morguefile.com.

Labor And Environmental Leaders Back Wind Energy Transmission Line

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (by Mona Shand)- It appears the winds of change are blowing in Missouri, as more people speak out in favor of a plan to build a high-voltage wind energy transmission line through the state

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Ballot Box
Ballot Box (courtesy of Townsquare Digital Photodisc+-+dv1673054.jpg)

Missouri Farmers Care Happy With Recount Verification

15 September 2014-JEFFERSON CITY, With the recount complete, Missouri consumers and farmers are once again victorious. The Aug. 5 election results in favor of Amendment 1, the Missouri Farming Rights Ame

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LaVance Taylor
LaVance Taylor (Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

UCM Wins Over #19 Ranked Emporia State

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- LaVance Taylor had a record-breaking day as the Central Missouri Mules raced past No. 19 Emporia State 50-31 on Thursday night (Sept. 11) at Walton Stadium/Kennedy Field. Taylor set three single-game school r

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Patrick Howe
Patrick Howe by Brigadier General Gregory Champagne, Assistant Adjutant General-Air of the Missouri National Guard and Senator Claire McCaskill

Missouri Vet Receives Purple Heart 45-years After Combat

ST. PETERS – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill attended a Purple Heart ceremony at St. Peters City Hall honoring Vietnam veteran Patrick Howe, who was awarded a long-delayed Purple Heart with two Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters.
 
“This i

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Tax Aide
Missourians looking for a way to help out this tax season can volunteer their time and services as greeters, tax preparers, or translators for the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program. Photo credit: R. Benter.

Volunteers Needed to Make Tax Time Less Taxing

by Mona Shand

KANSAS CITY - With summer just winding down, tax season might not yet be on your mind, but it definitely is for those who help recruit and train volunteers to provide free tax preparation assistance to tens of thousands of low-to-moderate income Missourians

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LaVance Taylor
LaVance Taylor 47-yard touchdown run (courtesy of UCM Athletics)

UCM Starts Football Season With A Loss

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Missouri Western turned a late interception into the game-winning touchdown to defeat Central Missouri 10-9 in the season-opener on Thursday night at Spratt Stadium.

The Mules fo

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Baruti Kafele
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Principal Baruti Kafele addresses the male population of Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Kafele, a nationally renowned education leader, encouraged the students to make their circle of influences positive and exclusive.

Baruti Kafele, Nationally Acclaimed Principal, Visits Sedalia School District

 

Principal Baruti Kafele, a nationally acclaimed education leader known for transforming the attitudes of at-risk student populations, addressed the male students of Smith-Cotton Junior High and Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday, Sept. 3,

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Michael Wacha
Michael Wacha (photo courtesy of AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

Michael Wacha Set To Return To Cardinals Rotation

ST. LOUIS, MO (September 4, 2014) – The St. Louis Cardinals activated RHP Michael Wacha from the 60-day disabled list to make tonight’s start in Milwaukee and have purchased the contract of first baseman Xavier Scruggs from Memphis (AAA)

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Battleship Missouri
Battleship Missouri End of World War II Memorial (photo courtesy of ussmissouri.org)

69th Anniversary of End of World War II Remembered On Battleship Missouri

PEARL HARBOR (NNS) -- Hawaii-based service members, veterans, government leaders and civilians attended a ceremony of the 69th anniversary of the end of World War II aboard the Battleship Missouri Memorial Sept

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