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Governor Jay Nixon Will Send Team To Cuba

Jefferson City – Following the death of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich, Gov. Jay Nixon will no longer be traveling to Havana from March 1-4 with members of the U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba (USACC) as previously planned

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Missouri Secretary of State, Jason Kander (Courtesy of Secretary of State website)

Jason Kander Will Run For U.S. Senate in 2016

Columbia, MO – Jason Kander, Missouri’s Secretary of State and a former Army Captain, today announced he is running for United States Senate in 2016. Kander, a fifth-generation Missourian who lives in Columbia with his wife and son, released a video t

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Nic Crank
Crank.1: Nic Crank, senior co-captain of the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team that finished the 2014 season third in Class 3, on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Central Methodist University in Fayette. Crank also will walk on as a kicker for the Eagles football team. He is seated with his father, Faron Crank, left, and his mother, Gerri Crank. Back row, from left, Rob Davis, Smith-Cotton athletic director; Ethan Weller, Smith-Cotton boys soccer head coach; and Wade Norton, Smith-Cotton principal.

Smith-Cotton Senior Nic Crank Signs With Central Methodist University

Nic Crank, senior co-captain of the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team that finished the 2014 season third in Class 3, on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Central Methodist University in Fayette

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Dominic Zerilli
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High School senior Dominic Zerilli on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Zerilli, center, seated, was joined by, front row from left, Shannon Zerilli, mother; Edna Kindle, grandmother; Colton Zerilli, brother; Al Kindle, grandfather. Back, from left, Wade Norton, Smith-Cotton principal; Ryan Sutterfield, assistant baseball coach, North Central Missouri College; Brent Hodge, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Jud Kindle, Smith-Cotton head baseball coach; Jeff Mays, coach and Liberty Park Stadium groundskeeper; Martin Zerilli, father; Donnie Hillerman, head baseball coach, North Central Missouri College; Mickie Wheeler, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Kyle Zimmerman, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Rob Davis, Smith-Cotton athletic director.

Smith-Cotton Senior Dominic Zerilli Signs With North Central Missouri

Smith-Cotton High School senior Dominic Zerilli on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Zerilli, center, seated, was joined by, front row from left, Shannon Zerilli, mother; Edna Kindle, grandmother; Colton Zerilli, brother; Al Kindle, grandfather

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One In Three Missourians May Be Impacted By Anthem Data Breach

Jefferson City, Mo. ­– The Missouri Department of Insurance received new information from Anthem that shows one in three Missourians’ personal information was compromised during a recent cyberattack on the health insurer. More than 2 mil

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Missouri Senate Passes Measure to Modernize Missouri’s Welfare Policies

JEFFERSON CITY— The Missouri Senate voted this week to advance a bill that will strengthen the state’s efforts to fight poverty. Senate Bill 24, known as the Strengthening Missouri Families Act, will modify provisions of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program. Senate Leader Tom Dempsey, R-St. Charles, said to be able to give TANF dollars to Missouri families, the state receives a federal block earmarked for assistance

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Blue Springs Man Pleads Guilty To Producing Child Porn

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Blue Springs, Mo., man who was caught sexually assaulting a toddler on a nannycam pleaded guilty in federal court today to producing child pornography

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Sacred Heart
PICTURED:Sacred Heart High School accounting and personal finance students toured the Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City.

Sacred Heart Students Visit KC Money Museum

By: Becky Full, SHS Senior

Twenty-one Sacred Heart High School accounting and personal finance students and their teachers, Timara Kennon and Kerry Henley, recently toured the Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City

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Photo credit: gracey/morguefile.

More Missouri Kids Start Off School With School Breakfast Program

Mona Shand

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - It's the most important meal of the day, and a new report finds more Missouri children in high-poverty areas are starting the school day with a healthy breakfast.

According to the Food Research and Action Center, nearly 217,000 kids across the state to

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Plastic Bags Photo credit: RonnieB/Morguefile.

The Paper or Plastic Question Could Be Thing Of The Past

Mona Shand

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Paper or plastic? Environmental advocates hope the answer will soon be "neither" if the Columbia city council passes a measure designed to encourage the use of reusable bags.

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