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Happy Labor Day From Mark Mix

Today is Labor Day and there has been a lot of talk in the last year about 'The Right To Work.' Here is a Labor Day message from Mark Mix, the president of National Right to Work.

 

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A Labor Day Opinion By Glenn Mollette

Labor Day, any day, count your blessings

By Glenn Mollette


The average American is happy to have a paying job with the opportunity to make a little more money. Most Americans would like to work a few extra hours when they could. However, many A

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Deborah Curits, left, UCM provost and chief learning officer, and Steven Steven Briner, GoJet director of operations, right, signed a memorandum of understanding between UCM and GoJet Airlines that outlines a cooperative agreement that will benefit UCM aviation students. Also present were, standing, Roger Best, left, dean of the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies, and Tony Monetti, assistant dean of aviation and executive director of the Max B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport. (courtesy of UCM Public Affairs)

UCM Aviation, GoJet Forge New Partnership

WARRENSBURG, MO (Aug. 29, 2014)- The University of Central Missouri and GoJet Airlines have joined forces to ensure the continued success of UCM aviation students with the signing of  memorandum of understanding Wednesday afternoon by Deborah Curtis, UCM provost and chief learning officer, and Steven Briner, GoJet director of operations

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University of Missouri Children’s Hospital Therapy Services Help Children With Muscular Dystrophy Gain Independence

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Muscular dystrophy is a progressive disease that weakens muscles in the body. The condition can affect a wide range of everyday functions in children, anything from problems with just writing down a note to difficulty breathing

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Best News Bloopers of August 2014 Will Restore Your Faith in Media

Local news stations: perhaps the country's greatest source of unintentional comedy.

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Scottie Willet
Scottie Willet

Pettis County Deputies and Sedalia Police Arrest Murder Suspect

SEDALIA, Mo. (AP) - A central Missouri sheriff says a 27-year-old Fulton man has admitted killing a 6-year-old boy he was babysitting.

Scottie Alan Willet was charged Thursday (Aug. 28) with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the boy's death at a home near Fulton

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August is Oral Health Month (courtesy of cohdra/morguefile.com.)

Missouri Spends August “Brushing Up” on Oral Health

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - When many Missourians think of August, they think of heat and humidity, but health advocates hope the month soon will come to be associated with toothbrushes and dental floss

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Missouri Dairy Farmers Urge Lawmakers To Override Governor’s Veto

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri dairy farmers are urging lawmakers to override Governor Jay Nixon's veto of legislation authorizing financial incentives for their industry. The dairy cattle incentives are included in two broader agriculture bills that Nixon vetoed because they would shift regulation of deer farms from the Conservation Department to the Agriculture Department

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Concerns Over Constitutional Amendment 2 Raised

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A prominent criminal defense attorney is raising concerns about a Missouri ballot measure that would allow allegations of past wrongdoing to be used against people facing child sex abuse charges

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Doc Love, Saturday Nights at 9

Doc Love To Retire

Earlier this month, I was informed by the Genesis Communications Network (GCN) that long time male relationship advice host, Doc Love, will be retiring.

The Doc Love Show was on Thursday nights on Newstalk 1050 KSIS, before moving to Saturday nights at 9, at the beginning of this year

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