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News : Missouri Man Executed For Killing Neighbor In 1990
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/11 4:07:47 (119 reads)

BONNE TERRE, Mo. (AP) -- A man convicted of breaking into his neighbor's home in a St. Louis suburb and slitting her throat 25 years ago was executed early Wednesday.
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News : Missouri State Patrol Responds To Stabbing Call At Browning Residence
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/11 3:50:05 (1906 reads)

Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers were called to respond to a residence on Missouri Route KK, southeast of Browning, Missouri, in reference to a report of a stabbing.
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Sports : Trenton Wrestlers Finish Regular Season With A Flourish
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 12:01:58 (84 reads)

The Trenton High School wrestling team placed second at the Lexington Dual Tournament on Saturday afternoon.
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Sports : Tri-County Coaches Shows For Tuesday, 2/10/15
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 11:15:29 (84 reads)

There have been no busier basketball teams over the past week than the Mustangs from Tri-County High School of Jamesport. While the week brought four opportunities for wins, both squads struggled to 0-4 records.
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News : Better Business Bureau Warns Of Strange Facebook Scam
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 9:30:43 (469 reads)

There are plenty of Facebook scams making the rounds, but this one is particularly strange.
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Sports : NCMC Men Survive In Double OT After Rough Saturday In St. Louis
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 8:52:04 (89 reads)

The North Central Missouri College men held off a strong William Penn junior varsity squad on Monday night, winning 122-119 in double overtime at the Ketcham Community Center.
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Sports : Worst Season Since '67 Continues For Mizzou
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 7:50:28 (89 reads)

Columbia, MO (SportsNetwork.com) - Danuel House scored 20 points as the Texas A&M Aggies easily handled the Missouri Tigers, 83-61, in SEC action at Mizzou Arena.
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News : Wright Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Set For Another Successful Year
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 7:30:16 (85 reads)

The Wright Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Group is set for another successful year of volunteering and fundraising for 2015.
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News : Some Trenton Customers To Pay More For Cable Services
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 6:22:47 (281 reads)

The city of Trenton has been notified that some cable customers at Trenton will see an increase in their bills.
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News : Mom Claims School Fat-Shamed 6 Year-Old
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 4:19:27 (173 reads)

(YAHOO) - The mother of a six-year-old girl wasn’t happy last week when her daughter came home from school with a note essentially saying she was overweight.
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News : Teen Accused Of Showing Pornography To Nephews, Made Sexual Advances
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 4:03:44 (335 reads)

(KOMU) - An 18-year-old may face charges after he allegedly showed pornography to his nephews and made sexual advances toward them.

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News : Oklahoma Considering Chemical Castration For Sex Offenders
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 3:54:51 (200 reads)

OKLAHOMA CITY (KWTV/CBS) - State Sen. Mark Allen is pushing Senate Bill 671 to legalize chemical castration of violent sex offenders.
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Sports : NCMC Softball Signs Lathrop's Balke
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/9 13:46:25 (82 reads)

A shortstop from Lathrop High School, Rachael Balke, will join the Lady Pirates softball team at North Central Missouri College in Trenton this fall.
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Sports : Grundy R-5 Coaches Shows For Monday, 2/9/15
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/9 10:19:16 (109 reads)

The Grundy County Panther basketball teams had weeks that moved in opposite directions, with both squads going 1-2, as the boys won Tuesday at Gilman City, and the girls won on Friday night at Brashear.
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Sports : Mercer Cardinal Coaches Shows For Monday, 2/9/15
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/9 9:50:00 (101 reads)

The Mercer Cardinals had another successful week on the basketball court, with the girls going to 21-0 with a pair of victories, while the boys, after falling to HDC leading Winston on Tuesday night, went overtime to win at North Harrison on Friday.
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News : Trenton R-9 School Board Education Meeting Report
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/11 4:00:00 (227 reads)

As expected, the Trenton R-9 Board of Education last evening voted to accept an invitation to join the Grand River Conference starting with the 2016-17 school year.
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Sports : Royals Ace Pitcher Signs With San Diego
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 14:40:28 (88 reads)

(SportsNetwork.com) - James Shields has reportedly found a new team. According to SB Nation, the free agent pitcher and the San Diego Padres have agreed to a four-year contract that includes a club option for a fifth season.
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Sports : Gilman City Coaches Shows For Tuesday, 2/10/15
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 11:20:00 (82 reads)

The Gilman City girls basketball team is gaining momentum through the final two weeks of the regular season, with two wins last week backed up by a Monday night victory over the Princeton Lady Tigers.
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News : Trenton City Council Busy At Latest Meeting
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 10:04:11 (228 reads)

The Trenton City Council last night approved an ordinance granting Steve Ishmael a conditional use permit to construct two, ten unit town homes in the 1600 block of Carnes.
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News : American ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller Dead, Family Says
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 8:59:43 (130 reads)

(CNN.com) - The family of Kayla Mueller, an American woman held captive by the Islamist terror group ISIS, said Tuesday it has received confirmation that she is dead.
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Sports : St. Louis Moving Ahead With New Rams Stadium Plans
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 8:00:00 (123 reads)

(SI.com) - St. Louis and Missouri officials plan on moving forward with plans to secure land for a new stadium for the Rams, reports the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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Sports : Mizzou Women Beat Auburn In Sunday Matinee
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/10 7:50:00 (71 reads)

Columbia, Mo. (MUTigers.com) - Junior guard Maddie Stock's offensive outburst propeled Mizzou past the visiting Auburn Tigers, 59-49 on Sunday afternoon in Mizzou Arena.
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News : Three Trenton Men Arrested On Variety Of Charges
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 7:20:00 (2138 reads)

Grundy County Sheriff's Department reports the arrest of three Trenton men on unrelated cases.
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News : Water Woes: Employee Relieves Himself In San Francisco Reservoir
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 4:29:49 (103 reads)

(CNN) - If you're going to work for the water department in San Francisco, you better learn how to hold it.
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News : Harrisonville Woman Steals Car With Victim Inside
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 4:09:33 (190 reads)

(NewsPressNow) - A 26-year-old woman was arrested Saturday evening after allegedly stealing a motor vehicle, reportedly unaware that the victim was in the back seat of the car.
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News : Man On The Run Stiffs Cab Driver $600 Fair, Laughs About It
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 3:58:42 (113 reads)

(omaha.com) - A man who claimed to be hiding from Kansas City, Missouri, gang members is accused of stiffing a taxi driver for a nearly $600 fare after being driven all the way to Omaha.

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News : Bodies Of 3 Children Who Died In Fire Recovered
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/10 3:43:03 (504 reads)

DAVIESS COUNTY, MO (KCTV) - Authorities say they have recovered the bodies of three children who died in a northwest Missouri fire over the weekend.

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Sports : Milan Swept By Knox County In Friday Night Doubleheader
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/9 11:00:00 (115 reads)

The Milan girls and boys basketball teams showed improvement, on Friday night, in comparison to December games played in Edina, but the Wilcats came up short at Milan High School, in a conference doubleheader against Knox County, heard on KTTN FM 92.3.
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News : MDC: 4000 Hunters Donate More Than 212, 300 Pounds Of Venison
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/9 9:53:16 (122 reads)

According to the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), nearly 4,000 deer hunters donated more than 212,300 pounds of venison from the 2014 Missouri deer harvest to the state's Share the Harvest program.
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News : Missouri Lawmaker Proposes Banning Local Minimum Wages
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/9 9:45:39 (157 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri Republican wants to ban local laws that raise the minimum wage, require employers to offer paid sick leave or other benefits or prohibit employers from asking about criminal convictions early in the job application process.
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