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White House Petitioned To Make Day After Super Bowl A National Holiday

The red-blooded Americans of 4for4.com Fantasy Football are true public servants. These dedicated football junkies hope fellow U.S. citizens will rally behind them and sign a petition at WhiteHouse.gov asking the Obama Administration to declare the Monday following Super Bowl Sunday a national holiday.

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Women Train to Become U.S. Marines
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Women Will Soon Be Allowed to Serve in Ground Combat

For the first time, women in the armed forces will be moved into combat roles. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta will make the official announcement Thursday.

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Missouri’s Other President: David Rice Atchison

If you were asked the trivia question, "Name the Presidents of the United States that came from Missouri," one would easily come up with the answer Harry S Truman. However, when the buzzer rings awaiting a second answer, you may not come up with it. David Rice Atchison would be the second answer.

Some made light of the fact that President Obama did a private oath on Sunday and then a formal one on Monday. Well this could be for good reason as the President's term goes from Jan. 20 to Jan. 20.  However, with the Jan. 20 occurring on a Sunday this year, we could have run into a situation similar to why it is speculated that Atchison was President for one day.

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L. Douglas Wilder
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L. Douglas Wilder to Speak at UCM’s Annual Freedom Scholarship Dinner

Martin Luther King Jr. Day may be on Jan. 21, but several activities are going on at the University of Central Missouri in the next week in observance of this day.  L. Douglas Wilder, former governor of Virginia and the first elected African American governor in the United States, will be the keynote speaker for the University of Central Missouri’s annual Freedom Scholarship dinner,  planned for 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 22. The event is the highlight of the university’s 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.

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Barack Obama 2013 Inauguration
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Inauguration 2013 — Barack Obama Sworn In For Second Term As President

Barack Obama took the oath of office just before noon in Washington on Monday to begin his second term as president of the United States.

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Does the NRA’s Ad Featuring Obama’s Children Go Too Far?

On Wednesday President Obama announced a series of proposals to address gun violence. The day before, the National Rifle Association, which opposes the president's ideas, released a Web ad that stoked controversy, particularly because the ad focuses on Obama's daughters.

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Guns Across America Organizes Rally in Jefferson City

Guns Across America, an online community for those interested in gun related news and reviews, has organized Second Amendment rallies across the country that will take place tomorrow (Jan. 19) at 1 p.m.  The Missouri rally will take place at the Veterans Memorial behind the Capitol in Jefferson City.

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Sheriff Charles Heiss
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Read the Open Letter from Johnson County Sheriff Chuck Heiss to President Obama

The following is an open letter sent to President Barack Obama on the morning of Jan. 17 from Johnson County Sheriff Chuck Heiss in regard to the Obama Administration's recent  gun control proposal.

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Obama And Biden Unveil Proposal To Decrease Gun Violence In U.S.
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President Calls for Assault-Weapon Ban, Stronger Background Checks

Wednesday afternoon, President Obama proposed numerous measures in response to a string of recent mass shootings across the country, including one at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in which 20 children and six adults were murdered by a gunman.

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Several Pettis County Poll Locations Changed for Upcoming Elections

The upcoming general municipal elections in April will include some changes in where you vote. Pettis County Clerk Nick LaStrada announced that in the interest of working with schools and keeping schools as secure and safe as possible, that several polling locations would consolidate in our area and move locations.

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