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Linn 4-H group serves dinner to emergency workers

Osage County emergency management personnel line up for a turkey dinner provided by the Linn Happy Helpers 4-H on Thursday at the Osage Ambulance District. Photo by Mark Wilson/News Tribune LINN - Members of the Happy Helpers 4-H group made sure Thanksgiving dinner was available Thursday for Osage


Doe Camp 2017 raises $14,800 for cancer research

Adam Puchta Winery in Hermann held its 7th annual Doe Camp on Friday, Nov. 3, and raised $14,800 for the Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer and the Just Call Me Ray foundation. Doe Camp is a ladies night out; however, "bucks" were welcome. The evening featured wine tastings, cash-and-carry vendors


Gasconade County sales tax revenue holds firm as end of year nears

The Gasconade County Courthouse. The arrival of the November sales tax reimbursement check from the state - larger than the check received a year earlier - has Gasconade County administrators anxiously awaiting the December check. With the year-to-date sales tax running $24,490 ahead of the amount


Clocks ticking for contractor to meet target date on Gasconade County Courthouse roof project

Time waits for no man. And no woman, either. Just ask Gasconade County Clerk Lesa Lietzow. "I was hoping to get most of this done this year," she said, referring to fix-up jobs inside the Courthouse made necessary by decades of a leaky roof. "But," she told the County Commission, "we're running ou


City Court Plan Approved in Washington

The final court date for the Washington Municipal Court is scheduled for Dec. 19. After then, misdemeanors and ordinance violations that originated in Washington will be sent to the 20th Judicial District Circuit Court in Union. An agreement approved by the city council Monday outlines the transfer

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-24 14:06:00

New Haven Man Killed in Crash

An 86-year-old New Haven man was killed Saturday morning when the car he was driving struck a van on Highway KK. Robert W. Lang was driving a 2009 Toyota Camry eastbound on Highway KK west of St. Ann's Road at 8:15 a.m. when his car struck a 1996 GMC Savana driven by Timothy S. Moeckli, 39, Hillsbor


Britain's May steps up efforts to broaden Brexit talks

BRUSSELS (AP) - British Prime Minister Theresa May is stepping up her lobbying efforts to broaden Brexit negotiations with the European Union to future relations and trade, as the talks bog down on preliminary issues. May said Friday that she will hold meetings in Brussels, including with EU Council

ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH - 2017-11-24 08:24:39

'I Felt Like I Always Had Someone in My Corner' - Central Staff Members Share Health Journeys

For three Central Elementary staff members, "everything has been extra special" in the past several weeks and months. The three women - Megan Kampmann, school nurse; Beth Peters, a first-grade teacher; and Mary Schultz, maintenance/custodian - all were diagnosed with cancer this year and all three a

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-23 16:00:00

Barrington home sells for $1.65M

A CUSTOM HOME with five bedrooms and nearly 10,000 square feet of living space, at 294 Rumstick Road in Barrington, sold recently for $1.65 million. / COURTESY MOTT & CHACE SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY BARRINGTON - A custom home with five bedrooms and nearly 10,000 square feet of living space was

PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS - 2017-11-23 09:20:40

Fall River, New Bedford police team up on drug bust

FALL RIVER - Working with the Fall River Police Department, New Bedford Police Department's Narcotics Division siezied more than 25 grams of crack cocaine, four pounds of marijuana and nearly $3,000 Wednesday, according to police. Just prior to 1 p.m. the two units executed a search warrant at 47 St

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-23 21:19:46

These kids today: Humorous child-raising advice in an Baby Boomer world

You never know what a person is going through until you walk a mile in their shoes. And after 37 years maintaining a private practice in foot and ankle care at the Atwood Medical Center in Johnston, Michael A. Battey has seen his fair share of shoes. But Battey's now taking his experiences as a fat

WARWICKONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Traffic snarled after rollover crash on 95 in Providence

(Corey Welch/WPRI) PROVIDENCE, R.I (WPRI) - Providence and State Police responded to a serious crash on I-95 in Providence Thursday afternoon. At about 2 p.m., Eyewitness News cameras found one car rolled over in the southbound breakdown lane while another apparently drove up an embankment, throug

WPRI - 2017-11-23 19:35:09

Medway woman dies from crash injuries

By: News Staff Email: news@abc6.com Twitter: @abc6.com PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) - A Medway mother who was struck by an alleged drunk driver in Providence has died. 38-year-old Andrea Bosworth known as "Iron Mom" died on Thursday. She was hit by a driver on 95 in October while standing in the break do

ABC6.COM - 2017-11-24 14:29:00

R.I. small businesses expanding reach through local collaborations

UNIQUE COLLABORATION: Viana Newton, left, and Katie Bouchard are co-owners of Providence-based beauty-products manufacturer PotionPVD, which has partnered with mobile coffee company The Nitro Cart to use its coffee beans in their beauty products. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY Once the hot water stream

PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS - 2017-11-24 08:40:01

Providence takes center stage in Virgin Pulse move and shines

A GOOD SALESMAN: Virgin Pulse's decision to move its headquarters to Providence from Framingham, Mass., was instigated by Dr. Rajiv Kumar, who sold company executives on taking a look at the city to accommodate expansion plans. / PBN FILE PHOTO/-MICHAEL SALERNO In an interesting juxtaposition of Pro

PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:40:56

Filling a need for diapers and more

UNDERCOVER INVENTORY: Richard Fleischer, president of Project Undercover, which supplies diapers, underwear, socks and wipes to families in need, stands among the nonprofit's inventory at its Providence warehouse. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO When Richard Fleischer and his wife adopted two girls, age

PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS - 2017-11-24 11:20:13

Save your boogie soul with the Mabes

Twenty-four-year-old Ray Mabrey has been playing music since he was 8 or 9. He got the bug from his dad, who has been a working, self-employed musician since he was in junior high. "He taught me everything I know," said the younger Mabrey. "I've always shared the same music taste as him. He showed m

ANCHORAGE PRESS - 2017-11-23 05:10:00

Alaska VA to expand, continue work on wait time issues

Leaders at Alaska's veterans health care system are planning to expand the agency's workforce in the state. The agency, which provides health care services to all veterans in Alaska, currently has about 550 employees but plans to add another 100 soon, said Alaska Veterans Health Care System Director

HOMER NEWS - 2017-11-23 00:16:30

Storm Hits Bristol Bay Area Wednesday

Saint Marys Sunrise-Gail Alstrom-Beans 11-21-17 CURRENT TEMPERATURES {############} PACIFIC SATELLITE-RADAR: A weak weather front from Talkeetna to the Southern end of the Kenai peninsula is bringing some snow to the southcentral region tonight. Winds will taper off over the valley. {############} H


Grand Rapids woman sentenced for stealing more than $100,000 from employer

A Grand Rapids woman was sentenced last week to two counts of felony theft for stealing more than $100,000 from her employer, according to a press release from the Itasca County Attorney's Office. Debra Lynn Solem, 54, of Grand Rapids, appeared in Itasca County District Court on Nov. 15 for sentenci