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David Dysart
1st Class David Dysart (Courtesy of US Navy)

Green Ridge, Missouri Native Serves Aboard USS Makin Island (LHD 8)

By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ronald Gutridge, USS Makin Island Public Affairs

RED SEA (Nov. 8, 2014) – Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Handling) 1st Class David Dysart from Green Ridge, Mo

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SC JROTC
Smith-Cotton Army JROTC Raider Team (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Smith-Cotton High School JROTC Raider Team National Champions

From left, front to back, are Steven Bradbury, Joshua Lauer, Cristian Melgar, Jamarri Tucker, Matthew Wallace, Yoana Nandho, Cristina Tejeda, Jessica Miranda, Vanessa Dixon, Devin Berry, Antonio Matacua, Jonathan Martinez, Ethan Hampton, Alex Stevenson, Caitlyn Bridges, Rosbel Garza, Evelyn Carlos, Blaine Sarabia, Noah Rosendale, Michael Stetzenbach, Logan Gleason, Noah Benscoter, Christian Sarabia, Luis Estrada, and Angel Alvarez

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car driving in snow
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MoDOT Cautions You About Snow And Deer This Weekend

LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. – Saturday’s forecast: Deer and Snow. Only deer is a certainty at this time, since Saturday marks the start of the primary firearms hunting season in Missouri.  Adding to that will be the possibility of the season’s first snow, which could make roads slick

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Diabetes
It's estimated that nearly one-third of people will have diabetes by 2050. Photo credit: Eastern Idaho Public Health District.

Diabetes On the Rise In Missouri

by Mona Shand

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - In Missouri and across the nation it's American Diabetes Month.

It comes as the disease becomes more prevalent in the state and nationwide.

David Becker is a spokesman for the American Diab

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BACON!
Oscar Mayer / YouTube

Bacon Production To End At Kirksville Plant

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. (AP) — Kraft Foods/Oscar Mayer says it plans to end bacon production at its Kirksville plant, eliminating 275 jobs. The company informed employees yesterday that the changes will be complete by the end of next year

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Webster University To Make Cuts

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Webster University plans to close three campuses this year in an effort to improve the organization's finances. Webster spokeswoman Barbara O'Malley wouldn't say which campuses will close because employees have not been notified

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State Senator Wayne Wallingford
State Senator Wayne Wallingford (Courtesy of Missouri Senate)

State Senator Pushes For Inspections At Abortion Clinics

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — State Senator Wayne Wallingford has submitted legislation that would require Missouri health officials to inspect abortion clinics. The Republican from Cape Girardeau plans to introduce the bill when the General Assembly goes back to work in January

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Claire McCaskill
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Senator Claire McCaskill Donates To State Democrat Party

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Online records show Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill has given the state Democratic Party $850,000 this year. That includes at least $100,000 since the election, where Republicans picked up seats in both the state House and state Senate

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St. Louis Area Has Priciest Homes In Missouri

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Coldwell Banker says five priciest housing markets in Missouri are all in the St. Louis area. Chesterfield tops the list, with the average price of a four-bedroom, two-bath home at more than $352,000

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Pile of Money
Ingram Publishing

Monsanto To Pay $2.4 million Settlement

 

 

St. Louis (AP)-Monsanto says it will pay $2.4 million to settle a dispute with farmers in the Pacific Northwest over genetically modified wheat. The discovery of the genetically modified wheat in Oregon in 2013 prompted Japan and South Korea to temporarily suspend some wheat orders, and the European Union called for more rigorous testing of U.S. shipme

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