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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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Heber Hunt Principal Bill Betteridge To Retire (photo courtesy of Sedalia School District 200)
Heber Hunt Principal Bill Betteridge To Retire (photo courtesy of Sedalia School District 200)

Heber Hunt Principal, Bill Betteridge, Retires

Bill Betteridge, principal of Heber Hunt Elementary School, has announced his retirement from Sedalia School District 200.

Betteridge joined the district in 2006 after working eight years as an elementary school principal in the Pilot Grove school district

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Ag-Power Breaks Ground On New Facility In Higginsville

Governor Jay Nixon today joined officials from Ag-Power to break ground on the company’s new facility in Higginsville. After Ag-Power’s previous facility in Higginsville was destroyed in a fire in March, the company is investing $8

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Photo Courtesy of UCMO Sports
Doug Karleskint named head coach for Mules Basketball (Photo Courtesy of UCMO & Arkansas Tech)

Doug Karleskint Named the Next UCMO Basketball Coach

 

The University of Central Missouri announced today (May 19) that Doug Karleskint has been hired as the 24th head men's basketball coach in the 109-year history of the program.

UCM Athletics Director Jerry Hughes will offici

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Turkey Hunt
Photo by Jim Low, courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation.

2014 Spring Turkey Harvest Up For Third Year In A Row

JEFFERSON CITY–Hunters posted the third spring turkey harvest increase in a row, bettering last year’s number by more than 1,000 birds.

Hunters checked 43,273 turkeys during Missouri’s regular spring turkey season April 21 through May 11

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Governor Jay Nixon Declares State of Emergency After Orrick Tornado

Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency in response to severe weather that brought heavy rain, strong winds, and hail to many areas of the state and spawned two tornadoes.

“This system of severe weather has already brought damaging storms to many areas of the state, including the town of Orrick where a tornado caused significant damage to homes, vehicles and schools,” Gov

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Sedalia Police Officer Travis Lorenz and K-9 Officer Charlie
Sedalia Police Officer Travis Lorenz and K-9 Officer Charlie

Sedalia Police K-9 Units Recieve Ballistic Vests

The Sedalia Police Department received two K9 ballistic vests thanks to the nonprofit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. and a local donor, who wished to remain anonymous. The vests have been issued to K-9 Charlie and K-9 Gallo.

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