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News : State E-Cigarette Laws May Affect Future Rules
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/6 4:09:21 (81 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - In a rush to keep electronic cigarettes out of children's hands while the federal government creeps forward with a proposed national ban for minors, experts say that many states are passing laws that could mean fewer restrictions on the nicotine devices later.
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News : Electric Rates Hot Topic At Trenton Board Of Public Works Meeting
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 10:38:05 (383 reads)

The Trenton Municipal Utilities electric department continues to show financial improvement. There was a profit of nearly $162,000 for the month of August. That includes depreciation.

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News : Contract Bids For Gallatin License Office Now Open
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 10:31:43 (91 reads)

The Missouri Office of Administration currently is accepting management contract bids for the Gallatin license office.
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News : Salvation Once Again To Provide Assistance In Grundy/Livingston Counties
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 10:22:51 (116 reads)

The Salvation Army is providing Christmas food baskets and toys for residents of Grundy and Livingston Counties.
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News : McFall Woman Dies Due To Injuries Sustained In Wednesday Accident
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 10:16:17 (213 reads)

The Missouri Highway Patrol reports 44 year old Malinda Daniel of McFall died early yesterday afternoon at Heartland Regional Medical Center in St. Joseph due to injuries sustained in a Wednesday automobile accident.
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News : Springfield To Pay $700,000 To Panhandler
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 4:49:00 (271 reads)

Springfield has agreed to pay $700,000 to a panhandler with mental illness who was shot by a Springfield police officer in May, the city announced Thursday.
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News : October 11th Set For Solid Waste Collection In Grundy County
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 4:39:05 (162 reads)

Residents of Grundy County can dispose of tires, appliances, electronics, scrap metal, household hazardous waste, batteries, cell phones, and ink cartridges during a collection October 11th at Trenton.
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News : Wright Run Kicks Off Saturday; Route Announced
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 4:28:51 (96 reads)

The Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced streets and roads to be used during Saturday's 5 and 10 kilometer Wright Runs at Trenton.
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News : Trenton Park Board Meeting Report
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 4:21:51 (109 reads)

Persons wishing to rent the Trenton Rock Barn or the enclosed shelter house at Moberly Park will need to contact the Trenton Park Department to make the reservations and pay the rental fee and deposit.
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News : Woman Spends A Month In Jail After Cops Mistake SpaghettiOs For Meth
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 7:46:26 (452 reads)

(huffpost) - A Georgia woman was held in jail for one month after cops mistook sauce from a can of SpaghettiOs for methamphetamine, the Gainesville Times reports.
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News : How Facebook's New Ad Network Tracks Customers
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 4:47:08 (166 reads)

(yahoo) - This week, Facebook announced the latest version of its advertising initiative, a network it has lovingly dubbed “Atlas.” Facebook has pitched it, on its own website, as a tool that “delivers people-based marketing” for clients.
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News : 19-Year-Old Missouri Student Found Dead In Fraternity House
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 4:21:58 (645 reads)

Columbia police said 19-year-old student Cale Boedeker died Monday night.
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News : Legislative Leader Wants Missouri Lottery Put To A Vote
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 4:09:03 (156 reads)

(stltoday.com) - Rep. John Diehl, the incoming speaker of the state House, wants to place a referendum on the 2016 ballot so that voters can decide whether the 30-year-old Missouri Lottery should be scrapped.
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News : Missouri Man On Death Row Says Cell Tracing Unfair
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 3:57:40 (226 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Jefferson City man sentenced to die for murdering a woman in 2009 is arguing police violated his rights by tracking his location through his cellphone.
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News : Texas Girl Kidnapped 12 Years Ago At Age 4 Found Alive In Mexico
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/1 14:55:15 (283 reads)

(yahoo.com) - An Austin, Texas, girl abducted 12 years ago has been found in Mexico, law enforcement officials say.
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News : New Wax Form Of Marijuana Worries Law Enforcement
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/6 4:03:14 (142 reads)

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) - A new drug is emerging in the metro and causing serious concern.
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Accidents : One Injured Near Jamesport In Wednesday Accident
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 10:34:30 (423 reads)

A Nevada resident was hurt when the van he was driving hit the rear of a slow moving pickup truck which was following a horse-drawn buggy.
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News : Entries Being Accepted For Missouri Day Contests
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 10:25:01 (115 reads)

Entries currently are being accepted for the Missouri Day Festival yard decorating, and
window and entryway decorating contests.

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News : Missouri Day Festival To Kick Off October 18th
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 10:20:01 (152 reads)

The Missouri Day Festival is an annual event organized thirty years ago to honor the history of our state.
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News : Racially Bullied Student Says Teacher Was Fired For Sticking Up For Him
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 5:24:05 (182 reads)

PHOENIX (CBS5) - Malachi Gillis, 9, says he was bullied on a regular basis from the day he started classes at Four Peaks Elementary school in Fountain Hills. He says a usual group of students would call him racial slurs no person his age should know or say.


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News : Chillicothe Police Department Awarded Grant For Cameras
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 4:43:00 (136 reads)

The Chillicothe Police Department has been awarded a grant of nearly $6,800 to purchase updated body cameras for officers, and a new in-car-dash camera.
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News : Phil Dixon To Speak At Grand River Historical Society In Chillicothe
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 4:35:39 (86 reads)

Baseball historian and author of nine baseball books, Phil Dixon, is to present a program at the quarterly meeting of the Grand River Historical Society Museum at Chillicothe.

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News : Livingston County Health Department To Hold Flu Shot Clinic
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/3 4:25:43 (97 reads)

Livingston County Health Center at Chillicothe has announced two flu shot clinics for Livingston County residents.

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News : Mail Carrier Allegedly Hoarded More Than 40,000 Letters
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 7:48:15 (330 reads)

NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City postal carrier is accused of failing to deliver more than 40,000 pieces of mail, some dating to 2005.
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News : Why No One Wants To Host The 2022 Olympics
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 4:50:00 (276 reads)

(yahoo) - The surest sign that the bid process for hosting the Olympics is broken is actually not the trail of bribe money or crony-rich government contracts at the feet of International Olympic Committee members.
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News : Where The Heck Is My Spare Tire?
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 4:38:58 (252 reads)

(yahoo) - It wasn’t until Bob Kronberg of Carolina Shores, N.C., drove his new Kia Optima home from the dealership that he got an unpleasant surprise.
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News : Adding Solar, Wind Power Expected To Benefit Ameren Customers
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 4:19:20 (143 reads)

(KOMU) - Ameren Missouri announced a 20-year plan Wednesday to make solar and wind power a priority for cleaner air in the state of Missouri.

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News : Free Birth Control Cuts Teen Pregnancy, Abortions
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/2 4:03:04 (107 reads)

A study shows that giving teens free birth control encourages them to use long-acting methods and greatly cuts the chances they will become pregnant or have an abortion.
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Sports : Princeton Tiger Coaches Shows For Wednesday, 10/1/14
Posted by Tom on 2014/10/1 15:20:00 (117 reads)

The Princeton Lady Tigers lost to Stanberry, went 2-1 at Saturday's North Harrison Tournament, and beat Worth County on the road last (Tuesday) night.
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News : Trenton Fire Department Dispatched To Trenton Businesses
Posted by Randy on 2014/10/1 10:18:30 (754 reads)

High levels of carbon monoxide were found yesterday afternoon in both the Davita Dialysis Center and the nearby Family Dollar store on East 9th Street in Trenton.
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