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First female commander at Fort Leonard Wood wants women to know what's possible for them in military

Buy Now Maj. Gen. Donna Martin salutes during the singing of the National Anthem before the start of the Veterans Day parade in Waynesville, Mo., on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018. Martin is the first woman to run Fort Leonard Wood. Martin is the first woman to run Fort Leonard Wood, the sprawling Army train

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No 'Lost in the Woods' for first woman in charge of Fort Leonard Wood

FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. •The hallway leading to the commander’s office is adorned with 40 framed pictures, arranged like a long arrow pointing forward, of the men in uniform who have led this sprawling post in the Ozarks.

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Store focused on natural health opens in downtown Houston

Owner and operator Gayla Campbell, of Bucyrus, said her goal in having the store is to literally help people get back to basics.

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-11-14 14:58:00

GROUNDED! Boat Slides Off Trailer, Across Highway 54 In Osage Beach

That's a rule one driver will likely never forget, after a boat slid off the trailer he was pulling, into the middle of Highway 54.

LAKEEXPO.COM - 2018-11-13 22:27:00

Texas County picks new sheriff, Houston nixes fluoridated water after 16 years

In a landslide race between two candidates, Texas County voters picked a new sheriff in the Nov. 6 general election, and in Houston, citizens opted out of the 16-year practice of adding fluoride to the city’s water, unofficial election results show.

WESTPLAINSDAILYQUILL.NET - 2018-11-14 06:00:00

VETERANS DAY SALUTE: Soldier Austin Ketchum

As a normal high school student, I enjoyed video games, playing with friends and things like that. I was involved in ROTC, for three years. The Air Force ROTC at Neosho.

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County deer harvest totals 2,231 on Wednesday morning

The fall firearms deer season total stood at 2,231 in Texas County, according to a Missouri Department of Conservation tally Wednesday morning.

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-11-14 14:30:00

Wednesday, November 14 Morning Forecast

A COLD start at the bus stop with temps and wind chills in the teens and single digits, bundle up!

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-11-14 10:43:30

Fentanyl and fatal mix of prescriptions account for recent deaths at SEMO

SEMO has since cut the number of clients it houses in Salem by more than half. Its leadership says the move wasn’t made in response to the deaths, but instead to adopt a more community-based clinic approach being incentivized by federal funds. Coincidence or not, the development means big changes ar

THESALEMNEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-11-13 17:00:00

BOE expects more information on second high school soon

There was not a whole lot of new information that the Blair Oaks Board of Education heard Tuesday night on the prospect of a new high school, but work continues, and surveyors have been on the site where a new school would be.

JEFFERSON CITY NEWS TRIBUNE ONLINE - 2018-11-14 00:00:00

Local war veteran is a freedom fighter, student writes

Ray Ramos, a veteran and Hollister resident, is one of the most charming people one could meet. He looks back at his time in the United States Army fondly. In an interview with students enrolled San Benito High School’s Mexican-American history class, he reminisced about his time stationed in German

BENITOLINK.COM

The Female Falconers Rewriting Tradition

Falconry thrills Lauren McGough. She’s practiced the ancient tradition since she the age of 14 and is one of the very few American women to do so. Her love of falconry has taken her all the way to Mongolia, where she studied with Kazakh eagle hunters, and earned her a Fulbright fellowship and a Ph.D

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-11-14 08:07:56

PICTURES: Missouri man bags rare albino buck

CROCKER, Mo. (KY3) --On the first weekend of deer firearms season in Missouri, a Crocker man bagged a rare prize.

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Two dead in snow-related traffic crashes in western Missouri (AUDIO) - Missourinet

The Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) says 62-year-old Kathleen Miller of Windsor was pronounced dead at Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton, after her vehicle was struck nearly head-on by another vehicle Monday morning on snow-covered Highway 52. The MSHP’s crash report says the driver of

MISSOURINET - 2018-11-12 22:48:37

Opening weekend deer harvest up

Hunters in Laclede County have harvested more than 1,400 deer in the first few day of the November fall firearms season.As of Tuesday afternoon, lucky hunters had checked in 811 antlered bucks, 148 button bucks and 475 does in Laclede County. Last year, 2,917 deer were harvested in Laclede County th

LACLEDE RECORD - 2018-11-13 15:42:00

Snowfall heavier west of St. Louis towards Rolla

ROLLA, MO - Communities west of St. Louis saw heavier snowfall totals Monday. The falling snow did little to slow traffic on Interstate 44. The road was wet while flakes were falling but it did not turn to ice. In Cuba, it looked like as though it was a few days before Christmas instead of Thanksgiv

FOX2NOW.COM - 2018-11-13 03:58:46

County deer total nears 2,000 on Monday evening

The fall firearms deer season total stood at about 2,000 in Texas County, according to a Missouri Department of Conservation tally early Monday evening.

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-11-13 00:30:00

'Sirloin Stockade' in Rolla reopens nine months after fire

"It was almost a 100% tear down," said Kevin Bramlett, the General Manager of the Rolla franchise.

KYTV - 2018-11-12 16:52:00

Gasconade County fugitive arrested near Belle

Sheriff's deputies got a tip about Shay Vinson, wanted for possession of heroin and resisting arrest. With the help of the Belle Marshal's Office, they took him into custody at a home on County Road 738.

KOMU

Eilts to receive Eagle Scout award

“It was my job to plan the fundraiser for it, get the volunteers to help pour cement and prepare the site,” he said.

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