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News : Ferguson Protests Move To Target, Wal-Mart Stores
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/28 3:56:51 (164 reads)

MANCHESTER, Mo. (AP) -- Dozens of people have interrupted holiday shopping at major retail stores around the St. Louis area to speak out about a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.
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News : School Considered Canceling Nutcracker Trip to Protect Kids From Christmas Tree Exposure
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/27 5:42:55 (149 reads)

It’s a Christmas miracle! An elementary school in a Boston suburb that was going to cancel its annual trip to see The Nutcracker has decided allowing kids to see a Christmas tree on stage will not destroy the non-Christians in the audience.

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News : Harrison County Prosecutor-Elect Pleads Guilty In Theft Case
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/27 4:42:24 (573 reads)

Richard F. Turner, 39, of Bethany, pleaded guilty to U.S. District Judge David G. Kays to an information charging him with one count of wire fraud and one count of false statements on his tax return.
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News : NCMC Board Of Trustees Meeting Report
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 10:08:15 (110 reads)

North Central Missouri College will be getting professional assistance in the effort to have the nursing program meet accreditation standards.
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News : No Green Card For Lauren Gray: Dancer Leaves For London Saturday
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 9:50:00 (2115 reads)

Lauren Gray, whose family moved to Trenton from England when she was four years old, is now 23 and about to move to London to live and work. She leaves for London on Saturday.
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News : Missouri Taxpayers Sue Nixon For Common Core Tests
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 9:42:24 (158 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri judge says taxes from three people suing Gov. Jay Nixon won't go to a group creating tests for the Common Core education standards.
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News : Google's Latest: A Spoon That Steadies Tremors
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 4:18:15 (227 reads)

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — Google is throwing its money, brain power and technology at the humble spoon.
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News : Neighbors React To Permit For Controversial Hog Farm
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 4:05:51 (528 reads)

(KOMU) - Neighbors of a central Missouri hog farm are disappointed after the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) issued it a permit.
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News : Salvation Army Revisiting Policy After Family Turned Away Due To Age Of Son
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 3:55:10 (179 reads)

JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) - The Johnson City Salvation Army is reviewing its emergency shelter policy after the organization turned away a homeless family with a teenage son on a cold night earlier this month, all because of the boy's age.

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Accidents : Cameron Man Injured In Single Vehicle Accident: Accused Of DUI
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 6:24:44 (237 reads)

A Cameron man was injured and then arrested following a single vehicle accident last night two miles east of Cameron.
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Sports : NCMC Softball Signs Platte County Recruit
Posted by Tom on 2014/11/25 6:20:00 (77 reads)

The Lady Pirates softball team at North Central Missouri College in Trenton signed a mid-year recruit at Platte County High School this week. Courtney Seymour will attend NCMC and join the team in January.

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News : 17-Year Old Suspect Charged With Murdering His Grandmother Pleads Insanity
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 4:23:44 (229 reads)

A teen charged with murdering his grandmother in a January incident pleaded not guilty Friday by reason of insanity.
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News : 17-Year Old Arrested: Robbed Shop With Airsoft Gun
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 4:17:38 (119 reads)

(KOMU) - Police said Monday they've arrested a suspect who they said used what appeared to be a semi-automatic handgun to hold up a Jefferson City snack shop Friday.
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News : Police: Video Of Officer Shooting 12-Year Old Boy Is 'Clear'
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 4:00:00 (176 reads)

CLEVELAND (AP) -- A Cleveland officer was less than 10 feet away when he fatally shot a 12-year-old boy carrying a pellet gun near a playground, and video of the shooting is clear about what happened, police said Monday.
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Sports : Princeton Boys Seeded #2 For Albany Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2014/11/24 17:20:58 (90 reads)

With a bevy of returning talent for the 2014-2015 season, the boy's basketball team at Princeton High School has the potential to be the best in several years. After hosting North Harrison to start the season, the Tigers will put their eyes on winning the Albany Tournament next week.
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News : Updates: Black Friday From Start To Finish
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/28 3:54:15 (100 reads)

NEW YORK (AP) -- Before some people opened their eyes, Black Friday was already well underway.
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News : Hundreds Of Thousands Without Power Due To East Coast Storm
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/27 5:39:25 (101 reads)

(YAHOO) - More than 350,000 electric customers from Maine to Virginia were without power this morning, after a storm dumped a sloppy mix of rain and snow along the East Coast.
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News : Amaren Files Application To Raise Charge On Bills
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 10:12:40 (137 reads)

Union Electric Company, doing business as Ameren Missouri, has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking to adjust the energy efficiency investment charge rider which appears on monthly bills of its electric customers.
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News : Gallatin Residents To See Increase In Water Bills
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 9:53:35 (197 reads)

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News : Trenton Man Sentenced To Five Years In Prison
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 9:45:04 (1788 reads)

A judge has followed the recommendation of a Grundy County Jury and sentenced thirty six year old Robert Johnstone III of Trenton to five years in prison.
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News : Trenton City Council Meeting Report
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 6:49:29 (182 reads)

The Trenton City Council has given Street Supervisor Martin Scheib authority to finalize a snow and ice removal and treatment policy with input from other City officials.
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News : The Forgotten First President (Hint: It wasn't George Washington)
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 4:12:02 (200 reads)

Here’s a Thanksgiving pop quiz: Who was the nation’s first president?
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News : Police: Teens Steal From Cancer Patient
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/26 3:59:19 (294 reads)

(stltoday) - Two youths are charged with breaking into a terminally ill cancer patient's O'Fallon home and stealing oxygen tanks, medication and alcohol.
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News : University City, Mo. Officer Shot In Chest, Woman Dies
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 7:36:07 (485 reads)

(KDSK) - A woman is dead and a police officer is seriously injured after a shooting in University City Monday night.
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News : Lighting Contest To Be Held In Mercer County
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 6:22:00 (74 reads)

The Princeton Chamber of Commerce and Grundy Electric Cooperative announce the 2014 Christmas Lighting Contest. Forms for the Contest will be located at the Famous and the Grundy Electric's Princeton office on the square.
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News : Man Fighting For His Life After Being Run Over At McDonald's Drive-Thru
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 4:35:59 (409 reads)

(nydailynews.com) - A hit-and-run driver mowed down a 48-year-old Queens man at a McDonald’s drive-thru window early Saturday — then heartlessly stopped to pick up his fast food order, cops and witnesses said.
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News : Missouri Lottery Will Advertise In Fortune Cookies
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 4:20:11 (89 reads)

(KOMU) - The Missouri Lottery is introducing a new type of promotion. Over 1 million fortune cookies with lucky numbers inside will be distributed to Chinese restaurants through the state starting Nov 24.
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News : Family Upset Officers Used Deadly Force Against Suicidal Teen
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 4:09:06 (198 reads)

OTTAWA, KS (KCTV) - Authorities say an 18-year-old man was shot and killed by police officers and sheriff's deputies Saturday evening outside an Ottawa hardware store.
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News : With No Indictment, Chaos Fills Ferguson Streets
Posted by Randy on 2014/11/25 3:59:18 (142 reads)

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) -- Chaos returned to the streets of Ferguson after a grand jury declined to indict a white police officer in the death of Michael Brown - a decision that enraged protesters who set fire to buildings and cars and looted businesses in the area where the unarmed, black 18-year-old was fatally shot.
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Sports : Milan To Open 2014-2015 Basketball Season At Novinger Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2014/11/24 16:50:00 (96 reads)

The Milan girls have the #5 seed, with the boys seeded #6, in next week's Novinger Invitational Basketball Tournament.
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