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News : Amateur Radio Field Day Set For June 27th
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/19 6:38:39 (111 reads)

Ham radio operators throughout north America are to establish temporary ham radio stations in public locations June 27th to showcase their equipment.
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News : Grundy County Commission Issues Response Regarding Sow Complex
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/18 7:37:35 (366 reads)

The Grundy County Commission has issued an updated repose regarding the ongoing discussion about a proposed sow complex in southwest Grundy county.
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News : New Trial Underway For Brian Adkison In Livingston County
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/18 4:24:20 (370 reads)

The retrial of accused kidnapper Brian Adkison began Wednesday in Livingston County.
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News : Jury: Neither Royals, Man Hurt By Flying Hot Dog At Fault
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/18 4:13:28 (150 reads)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A jury says neither the Kansas City Royals nor a man who was hurt when he was struck in the eye by a foil-wrapped hot dog were at fault in the accident.
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News : Teen Dies After Complications During Dentist Trip
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/18 4:03:04 (436 reads)

(RNN) - A teenage Minnesota girl who went into cardiac arrest during a routine dental procedure has died almost a week later.
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News : Man Convicted Of Killing Wife Freed While Awaiting New Trial
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/17 6:49:01 (344 reads)

(stltoday) - A Lincoln County man sentenced to life in prison without parole in 2013 for allegedly murdering his wife left jail Tuesday after a relative posted $500,000 bond.
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News : Princeton School Hires New Superintendent
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/17 6:36:29 (653 reads)

Princeton R-5 has announced it's new school superintendent, a native of the Mercer area.

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Accidents : 5 Injured In Separate Accidents
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/17 6:26:43 (447 reads)

A Chillicothe resident, 44 year old Deborah Smith, was injured yesterday when her northbound sports utility vehicle went off Livingston County Route Z, into a ditch, overturning several times before coming to rest on the driver's side.
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News : Naked Missouri Man Arrested After Trying To Flee On Bike
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/17 3:58:25 (379 reads)

(semissourian) - A man is in custody after trying to flee police at a Cape Girardeau park Tuesday.
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News : Chillicothe Fire Department Responds To House Fire
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/16 5:57:34 (236 reads)

Fire yesterday morning in Chillicothe damaged a vacant house.
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News : City Says Explosive Device Caused Neosho Plant Explosion
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/16 4:46:32 (206 reads)

NEOSHO (AP) - City officials said an explosive device caused a blast at a recycling facility in a southwest Missouri city that killed one person and injured another in what's being investigated as a workplace accident.
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News : Jury Set For Trial Of Man Accused Of Dismembering Stripper
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/16 4:18:45 (177 reads)

GRETNA, La. (AP) - Acting as his own attorney Monday, a man accused of killing and dismembering a French Quarter stripper helped choose jurors who will decide his case.
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News : Bird Flu Likely Spread On Equipment, Workers, Rodents, Wind
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/16 4:10:08 (131 reads)

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Bird flu that's devastated Midwestern farms likely spread by several means, including on machinery and workers, by rodents and possibly even by the wind.
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News : Music Teacher Accused Of Child Molestation Missing, Monitoring Bracelet Removed
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/15 4:55:31 (289 reads)

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) - A Johnson County music teacher accused of child molestation is missing, and police say his monitoring bracelet was removed.


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News : Body Found Near Bethany Identified
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/15 4:16:31 (1110 reads)

(Newspressnow) - Dental records have confirmed one of the bodies found in Northwest Missouri on Tuesday was the father linked to an Iowa AMBER Alert.
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News : Grundy R-5 School Adopts Budget
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/19 6:31:44 (401 reads)

Grundy R-5 board of education has adopted a budget for the next fiscal year that is balanced by just 371 dollars.

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News : Iowa Man Apprehended Near Chillicothe Indicted On Federal Level
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/18 6:51:45 (838 reads)

(Newspressnow) - The Iowa man who sought refuge in Northwest Missouri after allegedly shooting his ex-lover in southern Iowa earlier this year was federally indicted for the interstate crimes last month.

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News : Pastor, 8 Others, Fatally Shot At Church In Charleston, SC
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/18 4:18:41 (185 reads)

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- A white man opened fire during a prayer meeting inside a historic black church in downtown Charleston on Wednesday night, killing nine people, including the pastor, in an assault that authorities described as a hate crime.
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News : AT&T Hit With $100M Fine, Company Vows To Fight
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/18 4:06:56 (154 reads)

WASHINGTON (AP) - AT&T Mobility LLC has been slapped with a record $100 million fine for offering consumers "unlimited" data, but then slowing their Internet speeds after they reached a certain amount. The company says it will fight the charges.
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News : Livingston County Sheriff Activity Report
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/17 7:22:34 (343 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's office has released an update on activities over the last week, including the arrest of a Trenton man.
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News : City Of Chillicothe Announces Street Repairs
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/17 6:39:40 (101 reads)

During the next few months, street improvements will be occurring within the city limits of Chillicothe.

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News : Solar Farm Expected To Begin Construction In Mid-July
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/17 6:32:29 (175 reads)

MC Power, the City of Trenton / Trenton Municipal Utilities, and the Missouri Public Energy Pool have been working for over a year to initiate the development of a utility scale solar generating facility in Trenton.
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News : Police Investigating Several Teens For Sexually Assaulting Middle Schooler At Party
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/17 4:03:30 (568 reads)

TONGANOXIE, KS (KCTV) - What started as a party turned into a sick scene in Tonganoxie that had people waving down police for help and has turned into a sexual assault investigation involving a middle-school girl.


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News : MU Extension Offers Help To Reduce Atrazine Runoff
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/16 6:35:06 (114 reads)

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Corn growers might want to review ways to avoid atrazine runoff after the heavy rains this past spring.
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News : Sentencing In July In Missouri HIV Exposure Case
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/16 4:49:45 (185 reads)

POPLAR BLUFF (AP) - A southeast Missouri man who reached a plea deal with prosecutors after allegedly admitting that he exposed up to 300 people to the virus that causes AIDS faces sentencing next month.
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News : Woman Claims She Owns The Sun And Sues eBay For Not Letting Her Sell It
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/16 4:29:00 (208 reads)

This is absolutely not a joke: Someone has been successfully selling plots of the sun on eBay until the popular auction site banned her listings, saying they violated the site’s intangible goods policy.
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News : Police: Infant Left Alone As Mom Staggers Around Outside
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/16 4:14:08 (198 reads)

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -
Authorities say a mother was under the influence when she left her son with special needs alone in their apartment.

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News : Teenagers Injured In Accident At Linneus
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/15 6:40:00 (369 reads)

Two teenage boys were injured while a third escaped getting hurt when according to the highway patrol, a car traveled off Highway 5 in Linneus, struck a ditch and overturned onto the driver's side.

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News : Train Derails In Andrew County Accident
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/15 4:21:00 (243 reads)

(Newspressnow)- A train derailed in Andrew County early Saturday, putting a stop to railroad traffic and closing one road.

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News : McKensie Garber Crowned Miss Missouri
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/15 4:02:58 (334 reads)

A graduate of Hale high school, McKensie Garber, is now Miss Missouri.
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