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Early Voting Constitutional Amendment To Be Rewritten

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri appeals court panel has rewritten the ballot summary for a proposed constitutional amendment dealing with early voting. At issue is an item on the November ballot that would authorize a no-excuses-needed early voting period for future general elections, but limit it only to business hours on weekdays

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Missouri Farmers Care Happy With Recount Verification

15 September 2014-JEFFERSON CITY, With the recount complete, Missouri consumers and farmers are once again victorious. The Aug. 5 election results in favor of Amendment 1, the Missouri Farming Rights Ame

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Farm Bill Still Passes In Recount

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A recount of a Missouri farming rights amendment appears to have confirmed its passage. Opponents of the measure had asked for a recount after the official tally from the August election showed the proposed constitutional amendment passing by a margin of 2,490 votes out of nearly 1 million cast

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Expansion of Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Facility announced by Mayor Stephen Galliher and Senator Jim Mathewson

Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Facility to Expand

The Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Center will be expanding its facility and services with a new $7.4 million building in Sedalia. The Sylvia G. Thompson Trust, made up of Adam Fischer, James Matthewson and Bill Shoemake announced that the facility will be built and will not only extend the facility, but also will be located on a West Tenth Street extension, close to Winchester Meadows.

"This is a continuation of what Sylvia Thompson

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Knob Noster Fire Department 9/11 Memorial Service [PHOTOS]

The Knob Noster Fire Department held a 9/11 Memorial Service in front of the Knob Noster City Hall at 8:45 this morning (Sept. 11).

Members of the Knob Noster Fire Department, Knob Noster Police Department, Chamber of Commerce and Whiteman Air Force Base Fire Department were present for the 9/11 Ceremony

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President Obama Addresses The Nation To Outline Strategy On ISIS
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President Obama Announces Strategy to ‘Degrade and Destroy’ the Islamic State

Tonight President Obama took to the national airwaves for a rare prime-time address to describe what America's response would be to the Islamic State (aka ISIL or ISIS), the terrorist group that has taken over parts of Syria and Iraq, and also beheaded two American journalists.

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President Obama to Lay Out Plan to Address ISIS in Rare Prime-Time Address

On Wednesday night, President Obama will give a televised address to inform the country of his administration's long-term strategy regarding the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the barbaric militant group that has taken over parts of the Middle East.

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Patrick Howe by Brigadier General Gregory Champagne, Assistant Adjutant General-Air of the Missouri National Guard and Senator Claire McCaskill

Missouri Vet Receives Purple Heart 45-years After Combat

ST. PETERS – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill attended a Purple Heart ceremony at St. Peters City Hall honoring Vietnam veteran Patrick Howe, who was awarded a long-delayed Purple Heart with two Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters.
 
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Amendment 3 Supporters Plan To Be Idle

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Supporters of a Missouri proposal to link teachers' job evaluations to student performance say they won't be campaigning for the question on the November ballot. The Teach Great group that has been backing the measure says it had realized that now is not the right time to pursue it

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St. Joseph Attorney Wants Clarification On Advertising Drink Specials Online

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — The city attorney for St. Joseph is asking the state to clarify whether Missouri law forbids bars from posting drink specials on their social media sites. Police Sergeant Larry Stobbs Jr

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