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USA Coach Jurgen Klinsmann Issues A Work Excuse Note Today

The World Cup Fever is here today (June 26). There are a lot of very big savvy and passionate fans of the World Cup that don't want to miss a beat of the game. The United States Coach Jurgen Klinsmann realizes this and has given you special permission to miss work

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Will The World Cup Spur More Interest in Soccer in America? [OPINION]

The FIFA World Cup is going on and there has been a lot of talk on Facebook and Twitter about the last game, between the USA and Portugal, that ended in a 2-2 tie. Facebook claims there were 10 million people posting and 20 million interactions during the game and Twitter said there were 8 million tweets about the match

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Bothwell Regional Health Center
Bothwell Regional Health Center

Bothwell Regional Health Center Joins Collaborative Network in Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia, Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City, Hannibal Regional Healthcare System, Lake Regional Health System in Osage Beach and University of Missouri Health Care in Columbia have formed a collaborative network to improve access and better coordinate health care for patients in the communities they serve

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MoDOT Road Construction(photo courtesy of Missouri Department of Transportation)

MoDOT Plans Public Meetings For Draft List of Projects

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is putting together public meetings in every region of the state so local transportation planners and MoDOT reps can answer questions and take comments on the draft list of projects planned

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3 Runs Score on Wild Pitch
3 runs score on wild pitch (courtesy of mlb.com)

Brewers Score Three Runs On Wild Pitch

One of the things I love about baseball is anything can happen on any given day. You could see a grand slam, a key home run, an inside the ballpark home run a no hitter or even a perfect game. However, I never thought I'd see the day three runs were scored on a wild pitch, which happened between the Milwaukee Brewers and Colorado Rockies last night

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Governor Nixon Launches Energy Plan

Gov. Jay Nixon today signed Executive Order 14-06 to formally launch the development of a comprehensive state energy plan led by the Missouri Department of Economic Development’s Division of Energy.  Under the Governor’s order,

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Whiteman Family Gets A Surprise Reunion

There are a lot of our military that our deployed at this time from Whiteman Air Force Base and we appreciate what they're doing. This week, Senior Airman Nathan Tucker, from the 509th Bomb Wing Public Affairs, had a chance to capture a surprise reunion that occurred

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Bill Stribling (owner) and Bob Simon (operator) Receive Economic Development Plaque

Stribling Packaging, LLC Announces Expansion in Sedalia

Stribling Packaging, Inc of Rogers, Arkansas, announced with Sedalia/Pettis County Economic Development that they plan to expand their Sedalia operations at 107 Curry Drive, in the Thompson Meadows Industrial Park

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Students Surprise Janitor With Trip to Italy to See Deployed Son

When the school year ends, students usually start thinking about how they can spend their summer vacation. Well, some high schoolers decided to focus on how someone very needy could spend it.

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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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