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Sports : Shockers Earn State Bragging Rights, Knock KU From NCAA Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 10:56:50 (109 reads)

Omaha, NE (SportsNetwork.com) - Tekele Cotton scored 19 points to lead five Wichita State players in double figures as the Shockers posted a 78-65 win over the Kansas Jayhawks in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday.
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Sports : NCMC Women Sweep Arizona Week, Return Home With Nine Game Winning Streak
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 10:37:16 (126 reads)

The North Central Missouri College softball team continued to show an explosive offense on Saturday, drilling Ancilla College and Douglas College, to finish their trip to Tucson, Arizona with a perfect 7-0 record.
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News : Chariton County Sheriff Nominated For Statewide Post
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 9:09:08 (157 reads)

Governor Jay Nixon has nominated Sheriff Christopher Hughes, of Keytesville, to the Sentencing and Corrections Oversight Commission.
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Weather : Tuesday Severe Weather Threat Could End Nationwide Tornado Drought
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 8:45:16 (550 reads)

The United States appears to be locked in a tornado drought, as meteorologists have recorded only about two-dozen twisters so far in 2015, during a period when 100 or more are typical.
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Road Work : Western Putnam County Bridge To Temporarily Close
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 8:30:00 (174 reads)

A road in the Powersville area is schedule to be closed, beginning today (Monday), for a bridge replacement.
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Accidents : Friday Afternoon Accident Injures DeWitt Boy
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 9:32:44 (176 reads)

The Highway Patrol said a 12-year old boy from DeWitt, Missouri received moderate injuries, when the car he was driving traveled off a DeWitt road and hit an embankment.
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Sports : Johnson County CC, On Home Floor, Plays For D-2 JUCO Women's Title Tonight
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 6:40:00 (141 reads)

This marks the second year in a row that Johnson County Community College, in Overland Park, Kansas, has hosted the National Junior College Division Two women's basketball tournament.
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Sports : Mizzou Adds University Of Idaho To 2017 Football Schedule
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 6:10:00 (147 reads)

For the third time in the history of their programs, the Idaho Vandals will meet the Missouri Tigers, with the football game between the two announced for October 21, 2017 at Memorial Stadium in Columbia.
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Sports : Schuyler County's Addition Leaves Lewis And Clark Conference Nine Schools Strong
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 6:01:30 (215 reads)

In the course of the last month, the Lewis and Clark Conference has gone from a strong, but small, group of schools in mid-Missouri, to a nine-school giant that will cover an area from the Iowa line to Interstate 70.
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Sports : NCMC Fires Shutout At Triton, Remains Unbeaten On Arizona Trip
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 5:39:40 (131 reads)

The top two hitters in Friday's North Central Missouri College lineup went a combined 5-of-7, with five RBI's, three runs scored, and two stolen bases, part of a 8-0 shutout of Triton College, NCMC's seventh victory in a row.
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Sports : Royals Beat San Diego For Cactus League Win #12
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 5:26:26 (97 reads)

Chris Young fired three innings of one-run baseball in his first start as a Royal, while Eric Hosmer had a two-run double, part of a three-run fifth inning rally, leading the Kansas City Royals to a 6-1 win over the San Diego Padres on Friday night in Peoria, Arizona.
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Sports : Scotland County Unanimously Accepts Lewis And Clark Offer
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 10:41:38 (207 reads)

Just as their rivals at Knox County, the Scotland County School District has voted unanimously to accept an invitation to join the Lewis and Clark Conference, starting in the 2016-2017 academic year.
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Sports : Vargas Scuffles In Royals Spring Training Loss To Colorado
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 9:41:18 (105 reads)

Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado hit a pair of home runs, as the Rockies offense tagged Royals left-hander Jason Vargas for nine runs and nine runs over 1 2/3 innings, in a 13-2 Rockies win on Thursday at Surprise Stadium.
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Sports : Lady Pirates Run Winning Streak To Six In Arizona Desert
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 9:09:28 (145 reads)

The spring break trip to Tucson, Arizona is agreeing with the North Central Missouri College softball team, winners of four straight games this week, and six overall.
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News : Wallace State Park To Host Easter-Themed Events
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:33:15 (129 reads)

Wallace State Park, south of Cameron, will be the site of an Easter Egg Hunt, nature displays, and drawings for prizes on Saturday, April 4th.
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Sports : Mizzou Wins At K-State, Moves Into WNIT's Third Round
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 10:50:06 (188 reads)

The Missouri Tigers rode the hot shooting hand of Morgan Eye to a dominating second-half, and a 67-48 win over the Kansas State Wildcats at Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan.
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News : Trenton Named A "Tree City USA"
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 9:15:55 (140 reads)

Trenton has again been named a "Tree City USA", recognizing the community's efforts in planting and caring for trees.
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News : Legislature Advances Truck Weight Limit Bill, Against Wishes Of MoDOT
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 9:00:00 (178 reads)

The Missouri Legislature has advanced a measure to waive weight limits on truck carrying livestock and grain on state highways. Lawmakers also approved a separate bill to expand the dairy industry.
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News : Green Hills Regional Planning Commission Supports Gas Tax Increase
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 8:36:39 (156 reads)

The Green Hills Regional Planning Commission's Transportation Advisory Committee has sent letters to area legislators, showing support for proposed legislation to increase the state gas tax by $0.02 in each of the next three years.
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Accidents : Norborne Resident Hurt In Accident, Charged With DWI
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 8:22:30 (235 reads)

A Norborne resident received what the Highway Patrol called serious injuries, when the car he was driving overturned off a road just north of his hometown on Sunday morning.
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News : Linneus Site To Host MU Fescue School
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 9:29:05 (126 reads)

The University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources holds "Fescue Schools" at four research centers, including the Forage Systems Center near Linneus.
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Sports : November NCMC Foe John Wood Plays For National Title Tonight
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 6:30:00 (168 reads)

On the night before Thanksgiving, North Central Missouri College traveled to Quincy, Illinois and lost to a strong John Wood Trail Blazers team, 82-71. It was only the Pirates second loss of the season.
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Sports : Mizzou's Second-Round WNIT Game Set For 2 PM Sunday
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 6:06:34 (157 reads)

The Missouri Tigers will play the Kansas State Wildcats on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in a second-round game in the Women's National Invitational Tournament.
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Sports : Mizzou Softball Fall At #14 Tennessee, Play Tonight On SEC Network
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 5:47:38 (132 reads)

The University of Missouri softball team suffered a 12-4 loss on Friday night at Tennessee, falling to 19-4 overall, and 3-1 in the Southeastern Conference.
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Sports : Mizzou Baseball Upsets #6 South Carolina, Moves To 4-0 In SEC
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 5:32:26 (104 reads)

For the first time since the schools move into the Southeastern Conference, the University of Missouri baseball team is 4-0, courtesy of a nail-biting 3-2 win over #6 ranked South Carolina on Friday night in Columbia.
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Sports : Former Chief Bowe Signs With Cleveland
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 14:56:10 (102 reads)

(ESPN.com) - Cleveland, OH - The Cleveland Browns need receiver help in the worst way and are getting it with the addition of Dwayne Bowe.
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Sports : NCMC Baseball Splits Games In Rainy Poplar Bluff
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 10:15:56 (102 reads)

Rain pushed back the scheduled first pitch by one hour, but both ends of a Region 16 doubleheader were played on Thursday, with North Central Missouri College at Three Rivers Community College.
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Sports : NCMC Rival Penn Valley Stays Alive In National Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 9:31:33 (110 reads)

The Region 16 champion Penn Valley Scouts defeated Essex County (New Jersey) on Thursday morning, advancing to the consolation semifinals in the NJCAA Division 2 National Tournament in Danville, Illinois.
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News : Trenton Solar Panel Farm To Be Discussed
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:38:01 (117 reads)

The solar panel farm, to be located at the northern edge of Trenton, will be discussed during the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce's quarterly luncheon.
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News : Wright Memorial CEO Announced As NCMC Commencement Speaker
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:27:08 (151 reads)

Gary Jordan, Chief Executive Officer with Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton, will provide the Commencement Address at North Central Missouri College’s afternoon ceremony on May 9.
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