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Mizzou Recruiting: what Christian Guess means to the Missouri roster
If you missed the news, you did read that year correctly: 2018. Christian Guess, a three-star wing from Glenville, Ohio,pledged his commitment to Missouri, which came only days afterCullen VanLeermedically retired. Obviously, Guess fills the last remaining slot for the season and assures the roster
New Cracker Barrel opens in Missouri community
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. will open its first new Missouri location in 13 years in Belton’s Cornerstone Pointe development today.The new 10,000-square foot restaurant and gift shop at the southeast corner of 163rd Street and Interstate 49 is Cracker Barrel’s first location in Cass Count
Queen City crowned best college town in Missouri
Springfield was recently named the best college town in Missouri byReviews.org. But is it? Here is what students and staff have to say:Reviews.orgis a review site that researches and tests products to provide unbiased reviews to consumers, according to Aaron Gunderson, marketing director forReviews.
Live Updates: Georgia's Kirby Smart at Missouri media day
ATHENS, Ga.-- No. 2 Georgia is off to a perfect start in 2018. Through three weeks the Bulldogs have a record of 3-0 and they will be looking to improve to 4-0 with their second SEC road game of the season at Missouri (12 p.m. ET). The last time Kirby Smart and company visited Faurot Field, they cam
10 Fascinating Facts About the Missouri State Penitentiary - Toptenz.net
Located in Jefferson City, the Missouri State Penitentiary has a very long and pretty dark history. In its 168 years operating as aprison, the location saw many deaths, riots, suicides, and even fires. The inmates nicknamed the prison “the walls,” because of the large stone walls that surrounded the
Missouri players get honored after the Purdue win
I’m sure many Missouri fans are still trying to contextualize what the 40-37 win over Purdue means in the long term for Missouri, but despite a sloppy-yet-exciting game, a few Tigers picked up some awards this week.
Missouri line workers assist in power restoration efforts in South Carolina (AUDIO) - Missourinet
Missouri line workers attempt to restore power in a swampy area in Kingstree, South Carolina on September 17, 2018 (photo courtesy of Jim McCarty at the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives)
Missouri Education Department to request $140 million state funding boost - Missourinet
The meeting will also include three newly-confirmed members – Carol Hallquist, Donald Claycomb and Kim Bailey. During last week’s special session of the state Legislature, Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, threatened to filibuster the appointment of Peter Herschend – contending that K-12 student ac
Missouri Football: Tigers closer to top-25
The last time the Missouri Tigers were nationally ranked, former head coach Gary Pinkel was at the helm of the program. Will Mizzou break the ranks soon?
Missouri audit says domestic violence victims denied help at higher rate than nearby states - Missourinet
State Auditor Nicole Galloway has released a report finding domestic violence victims are being turned away from Missouri shelters at a higher rate than the five neighboring states that provided information to her office. The audit says in 2017, 28,182 requests were unmet for shelter and other servi
Missouri girl, 2, hit and killed by ice cream truck
Felicity Karam, 2, died after being struck by an ice cream truck in Missouri. (GoFundMe)A 2-year-old girl was fatally struck by an ice cream truck over the weekend in Missouri, police said.
Audio: Missouri line workers in the Carolinas responding to Hurricane Florence
The Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives says South Carolina residents are appreciative of the 178 Missouri line workers who’ve been working to restore power there, after Hurricane Florence. Association spokesman Jim McCarty tells Missourinet crews from the Kearney-based Platte-Clay Electri
Still Confusion Over When Missouri's Real ID Deadline Is
Confusion continues about how long Missourians will be able to fly with current state ID’s.A report from Missourinet says Missouri’s Revenue Department has acknowledged that its deadline to comply with the federal Real ID Act is October 10th but says there is a grace period through January 21st.Kent
Executives At A Missouri Health Nonprofit Bribed Public Officials, Court Documents Say
Top executives of a Missouri nonprofit bribed and organized fundraisers for Missouri and Arkansas politicians as part of a wide-ranging conspiracy to loot the company for their personal benefit, according to court documents filed last week.The nonprofit, Springfield-basedPreferred Family Healthcare
Missouri’s drought has lessened, but farmers still struggle
Despite recent rainfall, more than half of Missouri is still in a drought, hitting hard at one of the state’s key economic engines: agriculture.
Quill wins awards from Missouri Press Association
BETTER NEWSPAPER AWARDS – The West Plains Daily Quill and staff members were the recipients of nine Missouri Press Association Better Newspaper Contest awards for 2018 in the Class I, Dailies division. Awards are: “Fiery Crash,” Sports Editor Cody Sanders, first place in best news photograph; “Histo
World War II air tour making stops in SW Missouri - Missourinet
Former corporate pilot Alan Benzing, who has been flying the aircraft for five years, says the experience today is much different than during war times.
Georgia vs Missouri: Series History
Georgia is 6-1 all-time against Missouri, and 5-1 since the Tigers joined the conference in 2012. The first game between the two schools came in the 1960 Orange Bowl, which Georgia won 14-0.
Missouri Task Force 1 Makes Rescues After Hurricane Florence
"They've been rescuing off of roofs, they've been evacuating people out of homes as the water has risen," Blomenkamp said in a phone interview. "They're explaining to us that it is record flooding."
Smart: Dawgs excited for opportunity at Missouri
“Onto Missouri, who Barry Odom, similar to myself, is coaching at his alma mater and through the SEC head coaches' meetings I've gotten to know him well, got a lot of respect for him. He's a really good ball coach. I thought the job he did last year was just remarkable to go through the tough start