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Committee To Help Passage Of the Pettis County Road and Bridge Tax Is Formed

It was announced today that a new committee has been organized to help ensure passage of the Pettis County Road and Bridge half cent sales tax, which is up for renewal on the April 7th ballot.

The committee, named Extend the Progress, is made up of citizens from around Pettis County and is chaired by former county commissioner and state representative Todd Smith

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Meghan Pitts
Front Row: Mother, Kim Cormican Meghan Pitts Father, Mark Pitts Back Row: Principal, Mr. Harding Missouri Valley Coach, Amy Briggs Cole Camp Lady Bluebirds Head Coach, Rick Grunden Cole Camp Lady Bluebirds Assistant Coach, Mindy Rice

Meghan Pitts Signs With Missouri Valley College

Meghan Pitts, a Senior from Cole Camp High School, recently signed to play women's basketball for the Missouri Valley College Lady Vikings.

Meghan played Varsity Basketball for 4 years for Cole Camp High School and has been selected to the KMZU Dream Team, All Conference, All District and All area

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Heightened Fire Danger For Area

The National Weather Service issued red flag warnings earlier this week, which is an awareness to not burn items during the designated times. The early arrival of spring brought up about warm weather, low relative humidity and very little rain, which causes dry conditions

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St. Louis Teenager Faces Charges After Stealing Snake

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis County teenager is facing a theft charge after police say he stole a ball python snake from a pet store by stuffing it into his sweatshirt. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the 17-year-old is accused of stealing the snake in November from Exotic Amphibian and Reptile Center

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Ferguson Citizens Start Effort to Recall Mayor

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Several Ferguson residents have started an effort to force a recall election of the city's mayor following a scathing Justice Department report on the police department and municipal court

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Death Row Inmate Makes A Last Minute Appeal

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri's oldest death row inmate is asking the U.S. Supreme Court or the governor to spare him from being executed as scheduled today for the 1996 shooting death of a sheriff's deputy

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Standoff Ends In Springfield With Three People Dead

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Springfield police say they found a man and his two children dead when officers made entry into an apartment to end a nearly 24-hour standoff. Authorities say the man appears to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound

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I-70 West Lamine River Bridge Under Repairs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's transportation director says a lane closure on an Interstate 70 bridge is one symptom of problems arising from a funding shortfall. One westbound lane near Boonville was closed after a crack in a steel beam was found on the bridge over the Lamine River

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Former Rep Pat Danner Appointed to Missouri Credit Union Commission

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Former U.S. Rep. Pat Danner Meyer of Missouri has been appointed as a member of the state's Credit Union Commission. Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon nominated the former Democratic congresswoman for the position

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Missouri Senate Discusses Anti-Bullying Policies In Schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A bill that would require Missouri school districts to meet new state requirements for anti-bullying policies is moving to the Senate. The measure to require school anti-bullying policies include procedures for reporting, investigating and responding to bullying passed the House

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