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HEARING IN CASE OF ROOT MURDER

THE TWO INDIVIDUALS CHARGED WITH SECOND DEGREE MURDER IN THE KILLING OF KAYTLIN ROOT AT KRUG PARK IN ST. JOSEPH HAD COURT DATES THURSDAY, WITH LITTLE CHANGE IN THE CASE.

JUDGE PATRICK ROBB

IOWA BEEF CHECKOFF PASSES

THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP TODAY (thurs) ANNOUNCED THE PASSAGE OF THE REFERENDUM TO REINSTATE THE $.50 PER HEAD IOWA BEEF CHECKOFF THAT WAS HELD NOVEMBER 30TH. THE

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FRIDAY BASKETBALL SCORES

FRIDAY BASKETBALL SCORES

GIRLS
SOUTH HARRISON 61 KING CITY 54
ALBANY 70 WEST NODAWAY 43
STANBERRY 61 LEBLOND 20
CHILLICOTHE 58 TRENTON 32
NORTH ANDREW 50 EAST

THURSDAY BASKETBALL SCORES

THURSDAY BASKETBALL SCORES

KCI TOURNAMENT
GIRLS
EAST BUCHANAN 51 HAMILTON 46 CONSOLATION
WEST PLATTE 55 LAWSON 49 3RD PLACE

BOYS CONSOLATION
PLATTTSBURG 54

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE FOR 12-8-16

KCI TOURNAMENT @ EAST BUCHANAN
5:00 PM GIRLS 5th PLACE PENNEY vs EAST BUCHANAN
6:30 PM BOYS 5th PLACE LATHROP vs PLATTSBURG
8:00 PM GIRLS 3rd PLACE WEST PLATTE vs

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  • Cold wave continues on the northern, central Plains December 10, 2016
    On the Plains, very cold conditions prevail, with widespread readings below 0° noted Friday morning across the northern half of the region. In areas that remain unfavorably dry, such as the central High Plains, the sudden turn toward cold weather could result in additional stress on poorly established stands of winter wheat. Across the Corn […]
  • A tough, challenging Winter pattern ahead December 10, 2016
    During the early to middle part of next week, another strong surge of cold air will engulf much of the nation. Cold weather will be especially prominent across the Plains and the northern U.S., with lingering mild conditions expected in Florida and the Southwest. Several waves of wintry precipitation will affect the northern half of […]
  • Minnesota Milk Producer of the Year December 9, 2016
    The Minnesota Milk Producers Association Producer of the Year places an emphasis on cow comfort. Blake Otte of Randolph is a fourth generation farmer milking 450 cows along with his wife and children. He says a comfortable cow produces more milk. “When we built the barns, we started out with sand.  Sand just like (on) […]
  • Monsanto’s Fraley, Bayer’s Condon ask for support of merger December 9, 2016
    Executives from Monsanto and Bayer are asking farmers for their support of the proposed merger of the two companies.  As reported by AgWeb, Monsanto Chief Technology Officer Robb Fraley and Bayer CEO Liam Condon reinforced to United Soybean Board directors at the USB winter meeting why the companies will provide better service together than they […]

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  • Missourinet 5 p.m. Newscast 12-9-2016 December 9, 2016
    Top stories: The State Auditor’s office is looking into the fund used for state employment lawsuits, in light of recent controversies. Alisa Nelson reports.  
  • Report: Missouri to pay out $1.2 million to settle case with Gracia Backer December 9, 2016
    A published report says Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s administration has settled another seven-figure gender discrimination lawsuit brought by a longtime state employee. The “St. Louis Post-Dispatch” reports documents obtained by the newspaper note the state will pay out $1.2 million to former Department of Labor employee Gracia Backer of New Bloomfield, to settle a case […]
  • State transportation department says pedestrian fatalities rising December 9, 2016
    The Missouri Transportation Department calls pedestrian fatalities a growing problem in the state. It contends people are using their feet more and more as a mode of transportation due to concerns over money, health and the environment. The agency reports 83 pedestrian deaths so far this year, which MoDOT’s Kelly Jackson says, will only rise […]
  • Missouri state auditor to conduct immediate review of fund used for state employment lawsuits December 9, 2016
    Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway’s office will do an immediate audit of the state’s Legal Expense Fund, which is the pool of money used to make payments stemming from lawsuits against the state. Galloway says recent reports have highlighted an increase in the amount of money the state is spending each year to settle lawsuits […]

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