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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton Tiger Batallion JROTC cadets, led by Christian Sarabia, work on their marching formation with guidance from CSM Randy Woods, right, Wednesday morning in the high school parking lot. The cadets are preparing to march in Friday's homecoming parade, which starts at about 3:30 pm.

Smith-Cotton Prepares For Homecoming

The 2014 Smith-Cotton Homecoming Parade is set for Friday, October 17. Students and organizations have been busy preparing floats and for the parade in Downtown Sedalia.
Lineup for the Homecoming Parade begins at 3 p

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Facebook: Navarro College
Facebook: Navarro College

Texas Junior College Rejects African Applicants Because of Ebola Fears

Though #Nigeria has no current case of #Ebola,@NavarroCollege is denying admission to Nigerians. pic.twitter.com/aRekeGRVRu cc @nytimes

— Idris Ayodeji Bello (@idrisayobello) October 12, 2014
 

Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas is making headlines, but they're not pleasant ones.

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German Red Cross Trains Ebola Volunteers
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5 Things You Should Know About Ebola — How It Spreads, Symptoms & More

Ebola is all over the headlines lately. Here are some helpful facts about the deadly disease (that you're not going to catch).

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Kansas City International Airport
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Law Enforcement Exercise To Happen at KCI

The City of Kansas City, Missouri, Aviation Department, in cooperation with numerous agencies, will conduct a law enforcement exercise at Kansas City International Airport (KCI) on Wednesday, October 15

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St. Louis
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Revenues Down At St. Louis Casinos

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Revenue is down nearly 6 percent at the six casinos in the St. Louis area. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports all six casinos saw revenue declines last month compared to a year earlier

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Ebola Prank Leads to Terrifying Hazmat Scene on Airplane [VIDEO]

A man on a flight Wednesday from Philadelphia to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic sneezed and then joked he may have Ebola after being in Africa.

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Russian Soldier Remains Totally Calm While Rockets Explode Near Him

They say war is hell, but who knew war could become completely routine?

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MoDOT Putting Up Electronic Signs To Help Cut Down on Dangerous Driving

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri highway officials are using more than 250 electronic signs statewide to try to cut down on dangerous driving. The Department of Transportation says it will be flashing messages on the signs this month urging people to focus on the road and wear their seat belts

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Boeing To Expand In Missouri

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Aircraft manufacturer Boeing plans to bring 700 new jobs to St. Louis to produce parts for its new 777X passenger plane. The move follows a Boeing announcement last week to redistribute up to 500 jobs to St

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Booster Seats Are Better Than Seat Belts Alone

By Mona Shand  JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Kids often want to act like grownups, but experts say having children ride in cars the way mom and dad do is something that should be put off as long as possible

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