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Continuing down the road of campaigning

Melody and I walked door-to-door in Sweet Springs this morning. One of my good friends drove the van while we walked, and kept us hydrated and cooled off when needed. It gets hot by 9:30 a.m. these days, so we usually stop by noon. We should finish Sweet Springs and Emma this next week. I was told t

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2018-06-18 12:58:00

Police responding to fight shoot man; 2 officers injured

Authorities say police responded to a report of man and woman fighting in the street in a Cleveland suburb and one man was shot and two officers were injured.A spokeswoman for the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation said police did find two people engaged in "an altercation" on an East Cleveland s

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2018-06-17 17:08:00

Summer Scene arts festival brings out Raymore’s creativity

Artists of all ages and abilities were invited to participate in the Raymore Pop-Up Art Project as part of the daylong festival Saturday at T.B. Hanna Station. In this annual creative contest, contestants paint and decorate their own Adirondacks, an icon for summer leisure.

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2018-06-18 10:10:00

Missouri OKs bigger cattle feedlot near public garden

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El Dorado Springs installs new solar farm

EL DORADO SPRINGS, MoThe solar farm has 10,000 panels on 20 acres of land just east of El Dorado Springs on Highway 54."It will generate 3.311 megawatts of electricity and that represents around 1/4 of the city's load." said Bruce Rogers, city manager for El Dorado Springs.MC Power operates the farm


From Wheatland to the Capitol: Small-town values inform the new governor's role

Named in the spirit of liberation, the town of nearly 10,700 people serves as the centerpiece of Polk County.

PERRYVILLENEWS.COM - 2018-06-17 11:00:00

Truckers face retaliations despite supposed whistleblower protections

(Grain Valley, Mo., June 15, 2018)– The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association presented input to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) earlier this week on the programs that are supposed to protect truck drivers from retaliations for reporting unsafe practices and work en


Missouri man given 189 years in prison for abusing 2 girls

Robert Brown, of Warrensburg, was sentenced Monday for numerous counts of child abuse, neglect, endangerment, statutory sodomy and witness tampering.


Annual Juneteenth program features commemoration, party in the park

Parade participants rolled into Ellis-Porter Riverside Park to the soundtrack of Fat Joe's "All the Way Up," ready for a major community celebration to commemorate the last U.S. slaves freed in Texas on June 19, 1865, at the conclusion of the Civil War.


Community calendar for June 17 through June 23

Sunday a.m.:Shake it Up Sunday, if you are white attend a black church, if you are black attend a white church; Taylor Chapel United Methodist Church, 400 N. Lamine Ave., or Wesley United Methodist Church, 1322 W. Broadway Blvd. For more information, call Marge Harlan at 660-851-0077.


3 seek Democrat nomination for 6th District Senate seat

State Rep. Mike Bernskoetter, R-Jefferson City, is the only Republican who filed to succeed Kehoe in representing the seven-county district.


KC mom: Someone shot 13-year-old in jaw as he was locking her car

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A 13-year-old boy is recovering in the hospital after someone shot him as he was standing at the front door of his home Wednesday night.It happened near 56th and Wayne around 10:30 p.m.The boy's mom said she had just returned home from work and asked her son to lock up her car a


Sedalia food trucks put mobile twist on restaurant service

“I just want something different,” said Alex Hidayat, owner of Mizumi Hibachi Express. “I worked in restaurants for 19 years. I need something different. I’m bored in the building.”


LU fees, room costs to increase

Chief Financial Officer Sandy Koetting told the Board of Curators on Thursday, though, that those increases won’t include a tuition hike — unless the state withholds money from LU’s budget appropriation.


Big innings help Bombers beat Renegades

"We got behind and we kept battling back," Renegades coach Mike DeMilia said. "Made a couple errors. Both of them were tying to make a really hard play and I wasn't that disappointed with it. When you're trying to make plays, sometimes bad things happen. I don't want our guys playing conservative."


Local cancer survivors discuss their faith, strength during treatment

If cancer was measured in that way, the scale would be infinite. One needs to look no further than three area cancer survivors: Tom Smith, Tammie Peace and Nelson Collins whose strength and courage in their fight against cancer knows no limits.


Is robbery in Missouri connected to Maggie Long case?

An attempted robbery and arson fire that took place in Warrensburg, Mo., June 3, bears an interesting resemblance to the method of operating used in the murder of Maggie Long, which took place in Bailey, Dec. 1, 2018.


Mo. Department of Natural Resources approves permit for Lone Jack cattle feedlot to expand

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources says, “Any parties adversely affected or aggrieved by the department’s decision to approve the permit request and issue the final NPDES permit may appeal to the Administrative Hearing Commission by filing a written petition within 30 days from issuance (J


Missouri Highway Patrol investigating deadly crash on Interstate 49

PECULIAR, Mo. — The Missouri Highway Patrol says that troopers are at the scene of a deadly crash on Friday afternoon on Interstate 49 near the intersection with J Highway. The collision is in the southbound lanes and involves a semi-trailer and at least three other vehicles. One person is confirmed


Missouri man sentenced to nearly 200 years behind bars for abusing two girls

Robert Brown, of Warrensburg, was sentenced Monday for numerous counts of child abuse, neglect, endangerment, statutory sodomy and witness tampering.