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Buffalo Rotary now accepting applications for RYLA Academy

Rotary Youth Leadership changes lives The Buffalo Rotary Club now is accepting applications for this year's Rotary Youth Leadership Awards leadership academy. According to Mary Ellen Chapman, current club president, "We have sponsored and sent two students each year for many years and are always ove

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2018-01-14 11:00:00

18 questions with Sam Stoner

Sam Stoner is a Mary Kay beauty consultant. How would you describe yourself in five words or less? Outgoing, like to have fun. What is the first thing you look for in the Buffalo Reflex? Ads. What celebrity would you like to meet at Starbucks for a cup of coffee and conversation? Duff Goldman. Why d

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2018-01-14 11:00:00

Two in Critical Condition Following a Drunk Driver Involved Accident

SPRINGFIELD, Mo- Two people are in the hospital in critical condition after a car crash early Saturday morning. According to Springfield Police, the accident happened around 1 a.m. Saturday morning on W. Sunshine outside of Dennis' Place. They say the crash happened when an SUV carrying four people


PCCS auction fundraiser is set for March 3

Polk County Christian School will host its 19th annual benefit auction and dinner at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 3, at The Complex in Bolivar. This year's theme is "Big Top." Early bird tickets, which include a buffet dinner catered by Golden Classic Catering, can be reserved for $12.50 by calling 777-23

BOLIVAR HERALD FREE PRESS - 2018-01-15 08:30:00

CMH names chief medical information officer

Citizens Memorial Hospital in Bolivar announces the appointment of Louis B. Harris, M.D., as chief medical information officer. Harris is a board-certified family medicine physician and has practiced at Bolivar Family Care Center for nearly 30 years. He earned his medical degree from the University


Missouri teacher accused of sexual contact with student

LEBANON, Mo. (AP) - A southern Missouri teacher has been arrested and charged with felony sexual contact with a student. Springfield television station KOLR reports that 30-year-old Elizabeth Morgan, of Lebanon, was arrested and jailed Friday. She was released the same day on $5,000 bond. Officials

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2018-01-14 18:09:01

Car hits traffic pole due to bad weather in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A car slid into a traffic pole on Walnut Lawn near Cox South in Springfield Sunday afternoon. There were no injuries reported. Read the original version of this article at www.ky3.com.

KSPR.COM - 2018-01-15 01:42:00

MSU open to bigger support role in MU's physician training program

Missouri State may soon play a bigger role in a Springfield program that trains medical doctors. MSU currently plays a supporting role, providing IT support and access to on-campus amenities - including health care - to students enrolled in the University of Missouri Medical School's Springfield Cli

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2018-01-15 00:20:23

Hometeam Central Mass. Division 3/3A hockey media poll

The Hometeam Central Mass. Division 3/3A boys' hockey media poll (with record, last week's record, first-place votes and total points tabulated on a 5-4-3-2-1 basis): Dropped out: None Others receiving votes (with record, total points): Lunenburg (8-2-0, 1). Poll voters: Steve Kendall, T&G; Chris Ky

TELEGRAM.COM - 2018-01-15 22:06:19

Ayer plans zoning bylaw forum

AYER -- A public forum will be held on Jan. 17 on the town's zoning bylaw, 7 p.m. in the town hall's Great Hall. Ayer adopted its first zoning bylaw back in 1972, when Fort Devens was going strong and was the economic and social engine of the town. Over the last 45 years, and especially since the c

LOWELL SUN - 2018-01-15 15:03:46

Crocker School move to Lunenburg brought out the best in all involved

I would like to congratulate the administration, staff, students, and parents of of the Fitchburg School District and Crocker Elementary School. As an employee of the Lunenburg Public Schools, we were asked to make some accommodations at the T.C. Passios Elementary School to welcome students in our

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-15 11:33:21

Through Beers For Good, Robinson helps those in need

Editor's note: Do you have a suggestion for the Sentinel & Enterprise's "Be A Volunteer" series? Email it to cclark@sentinelandenterprise.com -- FITCHBURG -- It started with a love for beer, but it turned into much more. Rebecca Robinson, 35, is a Fitchburg resident who has volunteered with Beers

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-15 12:02:04

AG: Acton-Boxborough School Committee violated Open Meeting law

An email, sent by Acton-Boxborough School Committee chairman Anna Krishnamurthy in July, violated the state's Open Meeting Law, according to a ruling from the state Attorney General's office. Boxborough resident Steven Ballard filed the complaint Oct. 24, 2017, arguing the email was deliberation out

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-15 19:12:06

Union alleges Clinton Hospital broke regulations

CLINTON - The state's largest nursing union Monday accused Clinton Hospital of breaking state regulations last week in its announced closing of its gastrointestinal unit. The hospital denied the charge, while the state Department of Public Health, which administers the regulations, was not available

TELEGRAM.COM - 2018-01-16 00:52:34

Most Hudson incumbents have pulled papers for re-election

HUDSON - Election season is only a few weeks old, but several incumbents have already pulled papers for re-election. Nomination papers for 17 elective positions up for grabs in May's annual town election became available in the Town Clerk's office Jan. 2. Selectmen John Parent and Joseph Durant each

METROWEST DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-15 23:49:53

Five things to do in Westford this week

1 SCHOLARSHIP FUNDRAISER Westford Academy Performing Arts Center, 30 Patten Road. Ticket $20-$40 per person. For information: 781-953-3344. Illusionists Joel Acevedo and Steve Kradolfer will perform comedy and magic. 2 OPEN HOUSE Open House and Orientation: 10 a.m.- noon Jan. 20, WestfordCAT, 487 Gr

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-15 18:49:39

Central gymnastics takes 5th in Pierre Invite

Aberdeen Central head gymnastics coach Bobby Fossum has preached to her team all season long a targeted team-score of 130.000. Saturday in Pierre, the Golden Eagles eclipsed that, scoring 133.500 to finish fifth in the Pierre Invitational. Mitchell took home the overall team title with a score of 13


Federal tax reform will impact state government

Dear Constituents, Thank you for choosing me to represent you in Pierre. Each week during session, I will give updates on issues in Pierre. This week I will cover the impact of Federal Tax Reform, Medicaid, and the state budget. The passage of the federal tax reform will impact several aspects of st

ARGUS LEADER - 2018-01-16 05:17:49

Lady Govs losing streak reaches five games

Pierre's Erika Stout dribbles past a defender in Friday's game at Brandon Valley. The Lady Govs lost 58-41 to Brandon on Friday, and 62-48 to Brookings on Saturday, to bring their losing streak to five games. (Courtesy Michael Brown) Pierre's Erika Stout dribbles past a defender in Friday's game at

CAPITAL JOURNAL - 2018-01-15 04:37:00

Tourism event hosts governor candidates

Set for the noon event at the Ramkota conference center in Pierre are U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem and state Attorney General Marty Jackley, who are competing for the Republican nomination, and state Senate Democratic leader Billie Sutton. The forum is one of the first occasions the three will appear at th

CAPITAL JOURNAL - 2018-01-15 04:37:00