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ENDANGERED PERSON ADVISORY IN MERCER COUNTY

THE MERCER COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HAS ISSUED AN ENDANGERED PERSON ADVISORY FOLLOWING AN INCIDENT THAT TOOK PLACE WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 401 BROADWAY IN PRINCETON. 15 YEAR OLD CORRISMA JEAN

TRENTON MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT

A TRENTON MAN WILL BE IN COURT NEXT MONTH AFTER BEING CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.

REPORTS SAY 54-YEAR-OLD DALE MCPHERSON FACES A CHARGE OF MISDEMEANOR THIRD DEGREE DOMESTIC ASSAULT IN GRUNDY

NW MO FLOODED ROAD CLOSURES

CLOSED AS OF 1:30 P.M. THURSDAY JULY 30th-
ANDREW COUNTY:
ROUTE B BETWEEN COUNTY ROAD 141 AND RAILROAD STREET IN BOLCKOW (ONE HUNDRED AND TWO RIVER)
ROUTE C AT ROUTE 48 AND

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ROYALS ADD ZOBRIST TO ROSTER

THE KANSAS CITY ROYALS TODAY HAVE OFFICIALLY ADDED INFIELDER/OUTFIELDER BEN ZOBRIST TO THE ROSTER.
ZOBRIST WILL BE IN UNIFORM TONIGHT FOR THE ROYASL AS THEY BEGIN A FOUR GAME SET AGAINST THE

1st D1 FOOTBALL COACHES POLL RELEASED

RK TEAM                REC.       POINTS (1ST PLACE)
1 OHIO STATE      14-1        1598 (62)
2 TCU                        12-1        1487 (1)
3

CARDINALS ACQUIRE MOSS FROM INDIANS

THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS HAVE ANNOUNCED THIS MORNING THEY HAVE REACHED A DEAL WITH THE CLEVELAND INDIANS TO ACQUIRE LEFT-HANDED HITTING OUTFIELDER/FIRST BASEMAN BRANDON MOSS IN EXCHANGE FOR MINOR

ROYALS TRADE BLANTON TO PIRATES FOR CASH

THE KANSAS CITY ROYALS ANNOUNCED LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT THEY HAVE TRADED RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER JOE BLANTON TO THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES IN EXCHANGE FOR CASH CONSIDERATIONS.
THE 34-YEAR OLD BLANTON

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  • Farm groups in Argentina to protest ahead of election July 30, 2015
    One of the world’s largest soybean producing countries is dealing with political unrest heading into a presidential election this fall. Argentina trails only the U.S. and Brazil in soybean exports and three farm associations there are threatening to start protests after the August ninth primaries. According to the president of the Argentine Rural Society, the... […]
  • Take responsibility for your actions July 30, 2015
    Commentary. I think I could write a book about the crazy things that happen in my daily life.  I could at least write a sad country song.  I have already penned the first verse:  “I got rear-ended in the drive-thru at my local Chick-fil-A. . “ Not only did the man who drove his uncle’s... […]
  • Day Two of Farmfest all about ag policy July 30, 2015
    The focus of day two at Farmfest next week has to do with policy issues important to agriculture. Kent Thiesse helped plan the seminar schedule and says Mark Schultz of Northstar Commodities will kick things off Wednesday morning by talking about the grain and livestock markets. The forum at 10:30 is called Addressing Key Ag... […]
  • Midday cash livestock markets July 30, 2015
    There are a few more scattered bids in the cattle at midday at 143.00 to 144.00 on the live basis and 228.00 dressed. The bids are far below the asking prices of 148.00 and 236.00 plus. Packer inquiry should improve today, but it is possible significant trade volume will be delayed until Friday. Boxed beef... […]

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