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  1. Star shines for Sue SteppelmanRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | News Tribune

    Sue Steppelman shares the story of "Dimmy" with her daughter Lisa. Her story was published in the December 1986 issue of Wee Wisdom, a monthly children's magazine.

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  2. Pipe replacements to close roads in Callaway CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | KMIZ

    Starting on December 4th and extending through the 6th the Missouri Department of Transportation will begin work on several different roads throughout Callaway County. Route J at Route F will be closed from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Sunday, December 4th.

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  3. Mid-Missourians not active in pre-filed bills, so farRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fulton Sun

    Mid-Missouri lawmakers pre-filed three of the 284 bills and 15 proposed constitutional amendments submitted during the first two days of December. During December pre-filing, bills are given a number to be used throughout the coming session, but they are not officially filed until the first day of the legislative session, when they are formally read into the official record.

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  4. City to exert its voice on issues before legislatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    There was no shotgun start, but the 2017 session of the Missouri General Assembly began its work Thursday with the pre-filing of legislation to be considered when the House and Senate open deliberations a month from now. Jefferson City retains the services of former mayor and government affairs advocate Tom Rackers to represent its interests at the Capitol and with state government agencies that regulate local government.

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  5. Councilman named to board for Columbia airportRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    Second Ward Councilman Rick Mihalevich has added membership on the Airport Advisory Board to his Jefferson City Council portfolio, appointed at the council's Monday meeting. Now he'll wait a month or more to attend his first meeting of what will be a reorganizing board that will control the fortunes, future and flights at the Columbia Regional Airport .

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  6. For more on story.Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Landmark

    Eight days before the launch of a new rule extending overtime pay to millions of employees, a federal judge in Texas blocked the rule from going into effect Dec. 1. U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzart ruled on behalf of the State of Nevada and 20 other states who claimed to face imminent monetary loss due to a new Overtime Final Rule. The policy was put in motion when President Barack Obama directed the Secretary of Labor to update overtime regulations in March 2014.

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  7. Stephen Webber elected state Democratic Party chairmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KMIZ

    "It has been an honor to serve as the Chair of the Missouri Democratic Party," Temple said in a statement. "I look forward to working with Chairman Webber and Democrats across the state to hold Republicans accountable for the harmful agenda they are poised to pursue in Missouri."

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  8. Webber elected chair of Missouri Democratic PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KFVS12

    Webber, of Columbia, was elected Saturday at the state party elections Saturday at Lincoln University in Jefferson City. He replaces Roy Temple, who was elected chair in 2013.

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  9. Missouri's struggles to pay for road, bridge repairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Progress

    Missouri lawmakers have struggled to find a way to pay for repairs along thousands of miles of highways and bridges, and it's unclear if that might change. State funding for road and bridge repair has fallen from $1.3 billion in 2009 to about $800 million by 2017.

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  10. An Open Table in Region 7Read the original story

    Friday | PressReleasePoint

    The boot heel of Missouri has some of the worst health outcomes and poverty in the nation. To address these problems, which are so often connected, SAMHSA and our community partners are taking steps to bring Open Table to this underserved rural area.

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  11. West High School honors military alumniRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KTIV-TV Sioux City

    Today West High School in Sioux City unveiled a recognition wall to pay respect to former students. The names of former students who either served or are serving in the military are now posted at the school.

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  12. Attorney general issues video appeal over pipeline protestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KTIV-TV Sioux City

    U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has issued a video statement just days before a federal deadline, calling on all parties in the Dakota Access oil pipeline dispute to avoid violence. Her video, released Friday evening, doesn't refer to a government order for protesters to leave federal land by Monday.

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  13. Hinton man remains in critical condition two weeks after car crashRead the original story

    Friday | KTIV-TV Sioux City

    Chad Plante was critically injured two and a half weeks ago when his SUV and a city bus collided near Hwy 75. Just yesterday, he was released from intensive care but remains in critical condition. "About 15 of them were in the room when they first told me, the first two days that I would be a widow," said Rosanne Plante, Chad's Wife.

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  14. Bill would let disarmed Missourians sue businessesaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KSDK-TV Saint Louis

    A Republican lawmaker from O'Fallon has filed a bill that would allow law-abiding gun owners to sue businesses that ban firearms on their premises. Rep.-elect Nick Schroer said his intent for this bill is similar to another he filed Thursday that would make it a hate crime to attack a police officer, firefighter or EMT because of their occupation.

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  15. Sioux City Fire Rescue's Mike McClennen discusses protocols for emergency rescueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KTIV-TV Sioux City

    If an emergency like the one that happened in Sioux Falls would happen here Sioux City, the Sioux City Fire Rescue says they would be ready. Captain Mike McClennen joined Sheila Brummer in the KTIV Studio to discuss the training officials go through for situations like in Sioux Falls.

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  16. A chance of wet weather to start the weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KTIV-TV Sioux City

    Clouds continue to dominate in our skies and highs as a result stayed in the 30s once again for almost all of the viewing area. Our lows will again be mild tonight in the upper 20s.

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  17. Body of construction worker recovered from building collapse in downtown Sioux Falls, SDRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KTIV-TV Sioux City

    The body of a construction worker has been recovered from the collapsed building at 10th Street and Phillips Avenue in Sioux Falls. "Our firefighters were hoping for the best and they put 110 percent hoping for the best...Its sad, and we're more sad for the family who has really taken the brunt of this.

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  18. Kansas City area to be connected to Katy TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | KMIZ

    On Saturday, Dec. 10, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will cut the ribbon on a trail that will connect the Kansas City area with Missouri's world-renowned Katy Trail and give bicyclists and walkers an uninterrupted path of almost 300 miles all the way to the St. Louis area. The new section of the trail will follow the corridor of the old Rock Island Railroad for 47.5 miles from Pleasant Hill to Windsor, where there will be a junction with the current Katy Trail State Park.

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  19. Upgrades planned for river port facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Kansas City Nursing News

    Dick DeShon, left, chairman of the St. Joseph Regional Port Authority, listens to authority executive director Brad Lau make a report Friday morning at the St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce. River port officials are ready to take the next step in ensuring the facility is ready to handle more of its waterborne customers.

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  20. Public input sought for Tower Rock Natural AreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | KFVS12

    The Missouri Department of Conservation is in the process of updating Conservation Area Management Plans, and is seeking public input on how the Tower Rock Natural Area is important to Missourians. The MDC would like comments from recreational users, neighboring landowners, conservation groups, elects officials, government agencies, and other interested persons or groups.

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