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Controversy around refuge's name change fading

After a year, a controversial name change for an area wildlife refuge has died down. In the months since Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge in Mound City, Missouri, changed its name from Squaw Creek, the issue has become less of a controversy and more of fact of the times. "People love the refug

NEWSPRESSNOW.COM - 2018-01-20 23:00:00

Skidmore lowers rent on ball field

The Skidmore Board of Aldermen heard from Jessie and Josh Smock of the Nodaway-Holt Baseball Organization Monday night about rent for the town's baseball field. They said the organization is fielding fewer games per year and asked the board if they might consider lowering the rent. The baseball orga

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2018-01-21 10:00:00

Joint 911 center talks begin again with Maryville, county

Nodaway County Commissioners Chris Burns, Bill Walker and Bob Stiens met with Maryville City Manager Greg McDanel, Maryville Police Chief Keith Wood and Nodaway County Sheriff Randy Strong during their meeting January 17 to discuss the possibility of creating a joint 911 call center. The center woul


$33,000 worth of damage to semi trailer in Page County accident

On January 18, 2018 at approximately 12:38 PM the Page County Sheriff's Office responded to a single vehicle semi tractor trailer accident at the intersection of E Avenue and HWY 48. This is approximately 1 mile northeast of Essex, IA. The investigation showed that William Joseph Davis (74) of Presc


Sullivan is R-II Belcher candidate

MARYVILLE, Mo. - The Maryville R-II Board of Education announces that Chad Sullivan, son of Brad and Ree Sullivan and a senior at the high school will represent the R-II district at the regional level for the John T. Belcher Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is sponsored by Future Builders, the

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2018-01-19 23:00:00

How to prevent scours in calves

SAINT JOSEPH, Mo. - Calving time and scours. For many producers it seems the two go hand-in-hand. In a perfect world, producers would have ample calving space they could rotate to weekly with fresh, clean bedding in a protected environment away from Mother Nature's wrath. That does sound good, but t


Other give to Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots received more donations after distribution, and several businesses put out donation jars to collect for the organization. Shown at the East Caseys from left are: Pam Oglesby, Bre Nauerz, Stephanie Clements, Joan Degase and Ashley Meek. SUBMITTED PHOTO FacebookTwitterEmailPrintSave Toys

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2018-01-20 13:00:00

Mulligan starts SHS Locker to help fellow students

With an overabundance of clothing crammed in her closet, Shenandoah sophomore Hannah Mulligan had a thought. "I wish there were a way students could get the clothes they might need. I am very fortunate to have my parents. So, what if we created a program?" Hannah recalled. She dug through her closet

VALLEYNEWSTODAY.COM - 2018-01-20 06:00:00

Virginia police investigating after human foot found in yard

SPRINGFIELD, Va. (AP) - Police are investigating after a resident of northern Virginia found a partially decomposed human foot in a backyard. Fairfax County police said a resident of Springfield called Saturday to report possible human remains on the property. Police said the medical examiner's conf

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2018-01-21 21:36:14

Arrington Requests His Pay Be Withheld During Government Shutdown

WASHINGTON, DC (NEWS RELEASE) - The following is a news release from the Office of Congressman Jodey Arrington: Today Congressman Arrington sent a letter to the Chief Administrative Officer of the U.S. House of Representatives to request his pay be withheld until the government shutdown ends and an

EVERYTHINGLUBBOCK.COM - 2018-01-21 00:59:19

Conaway Wants Explosive Classified Memo on Alleged FISA Abuse Released to Public

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Mike Conaway wants the explosive classified document outlining what D.C. journalist Sara Carter described as extensive abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, made public. Thursday, members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence vo

SAN ANGELO LIVE! - 2018-01-21 06:26:12

Decomposing Human Foot Found in Virginia Home's Backyard

A partially decomposed human foot has been found in a Virginia home's backyard. Fairfax County Police said the foot was discovered in the Springfield area around noon on Saturday, Jan. 20. Following the discovery, police canvassed the neighborhood to see if there had been any recent suspicious activ

NTD.TV - 2018-01-21 14:43:02

Prince George's Co. Fire Crews Rescue Cop Attempting To Save 3 People Who Fell Through Ice

BALTIMORE (WJZ) - Prince George's County rescue crews saved a police officer and three people after the cop tried to save the group who had fallen through ice into the water Saturday afternoon, officials say. Prince George's County Fire crews responded to the Glenridge Community Park in Riverdale, M

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2018-01-21 16:30:31

Person reportedly set on fire in Annandale, Va.

ANNANDALE, VA (WUSA9) - There was a report of a person being set on fire in Annandale, Va. on Sunday, according to Fairfax Co. police. The incident happened in the 4500 block of Commons Drive in Annandale. No further information has been released at this time. We will update this story when more

WUSA - 2018-01-21 21:38:22

Shutdown belies Trump's claim to be a skilled dealmaker

WASHINGTON, D.C. - It turns out that Donald Trump's greatest strength in the 2016 presidential race was not his business acumen but rather Hillary Clinton's unpopularity. Tens of millions of Americans were so turned off by Clinton's representation of establishment politics that they took a chance o

DAILY WORLD - 2018-01-21 02:00:00

Engel Statement on GOP Forcing a Government Shutdown

Washington, D.C.-Congressman Eliot L. Engel tonight made the following statement: 'The RepublicanMajority, which controls the House, the Senate, and the White House, had months to address the most pressing issues facing our nation. These include renewing Washington, D.C.-Congressman Eliot L. Enge

RADIO EGYPT - 2018-01-20 20:40:17

Dallas man convicted of murdering teenager

DALLAS-A Dallas man has been convicted of murder in the 2015 death of a teenager who went missing after she stopped to return a rented DVD on her way to church. Jurors had deliberated for almost 23 hours over several days before reaching a verdict on Saturday in the trial of Antonio Cochran. Prosecu

TEXARKANA GAZETTE - 2018-01-21 03:23:03

Store clerk shot, killed during robbery at Garland Exxon station

A store clerk was shot and killed at an Exxon station in Garland during a robbery just before midnight on Saturday, police said. A pedestrian alerted officers on Broadway Boulevard near Oates Road that there was a gunshot victim inside the Exxon store, police said. Inside, officers found the store c

DALLAS NEWS - 2018-01-21 15:09:10

Strong Storms Possible Sunday: Hourly Forecast

DALLAS, TX -A small storm system slated to move through North Texas Sunday afternoon is expected to bring with it strong winds and even a slight chance for a tornado. According to the National Weather Service, a thin, east-moving squall line could bring damaging downburst winds, cloud-to-ground ligh

PATCH - 2018-01-21 18:34:41

Search underway for armed suspects accused of killing Garland store clerk

A massive search was underway Sunday for two suspects accused of killing a store clerk during a robbery in Garland, police said. Officers discovered the body of a male clerk inside of a convenience store late Saturday. The name of the employee had not been released. But detectives released surveilla

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM - 2018-01-21 16:05:00