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The historical octagon-shaped or round barns across America were beneficial to early settlers and farmers

J. F. Roberts Octagonal Barn.Rcool1234, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons. The historical J.F. Roberts Octagonal Barn built in Rea, Missouri (see above) in Andrew County was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1999. It's an octagon-shaped, two-story barn that was built in 1900. J.F. Roberts reached out to a local carpenter named Columbus Hobson to come up with the plans to construct a cattle barn. In 1946, the barn was acquired by Clifford Clark and his son, Paul, as they were raising Aberdeen Angus cattle. The original intention of the barn was still being implemented according to the NRHP Nomination Form signed in October 1999.
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Three dead in crash involving car full of Missourians in Minnesota

Three people from Missouri are dead and one other Missourian suffered life-threatening injuries in a crash in west-central Minnesota on Thursday. According to the State Patrol, the four were together in a Lexus SUV traveling northbound on County Road 7 west of Willmar when they reached the intersection at Highway 40 and collided with an eastbound semi just before 6 p.m.
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Northwest football equipment staff continues to impress

Once September hits, football fans in Maryville get to see the Bearcats take the field on Saturdays dressed in that classic green and white. After months of practice and preparation, countless film sessions and workouts, the players are finally ready, but not without some help. In the background, during those months, there is another group of people working to get the team back on the field. That is the Northwest Missouri State Equipment Department.
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Troopers Arrest Grant City Woman on Three Charges in Worth County This Morning

Troopers report the arrest of a Grant City woman early this morning in Worth County on a trio of charges. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the arrest of 57-year-old Catherine L. Robinson around 12:52 this morning on preliminary charges of driving while intoxicated, resisting or interfering with an arrest for a misdemeanor, and failure to have two lighted headlights.
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MN crash kills 3 from Missouri, injures 2 others

(ABC 6 News) - A crash in Kandiyohi County on Thursday involving a semi and SUV has left three people from Missouri dead, while injuring two others. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a Volvo semi was heading eastbound on Highway 40 while a Lexus SUV was traveling northbound on County Road 7. The two vehicles collided at the intersection in St. Johns Township, just west of Willmar.
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Wilda J. Campbell, 94, Maryville, MO

Visitation Location:At the funeral home. Notes:Wilda passed away on Saturday, August 6, 2022, at the Nodaway Nursing Home, Maryville, MO. www.bramfuneralhome.com.
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MHS football team helps with Freedom Rock cleanup

The 2022 Maryville High School team, July 27, helped the Lions Clubs’ members to weed and cleanup the Freedom Rock® Plaza at Franklin Park in Maryville. At the end of the successful endeavor, the team along with Spoofhounds Head Coach Matt Webb and three Lions posed for a photo.
MARYVILLE, MO
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Geography with Goudge: NFL Hall of Fame, 1963-2022

(KMAland) -- Dr. Ted Goudge, a Shenandoah native and Associate Professor of Geography at Northwest Missouri State University, has released his latest geography map. The NFL Hall of Fame induction ceremonies (August 6th) mark the unofficial beginning of the 2022 football season. Since it’s charter class was enshrined in 1963 there have been 361 members. This per capita map, based on where the Hall of Famers went to high school, indicates two regions of dominance (twice the national average). These areas are Pen-WeV-Oh (Pennsylvania, West Virginia & Ohio) or the early ‘core’ of pro football and the Southern states led by Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana.
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Family establishes music scholarship in daughter’s memory

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Parents of Northwest Missouri State University alumna Sarah Groteluschen, David and Janelle Groteluschen, recently established a scholarship in memory of their daughter with funds willed to them after her untimely passing. In 2012, Sarah graduated from Northwest with a bachelor’s degree in instrumental music education, a...
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Pretty Boy

This week’s adorable pet is one good looking cat. Meet Pretty Boy, a 10-year-old domestic shorthair mix who has been neutered. He is an indoor cat who has lived inside and is litter box trained. Pretty Boy likes to be picked up and held as well as being petted. He is playful and enjoys being groomed. Pretty Boy is good with both men and women and is eligible for the Senior for Seniors adoption program.
MARYVILLE, MO
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Northwest Missouri man killed, another injured in Minnesota crash

(Willmar, MN) -- An Andrew County man was killed, and a Nodaway County woman was seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident in Minnesota Thursday. The Minnesota State Patrol says a 2016 Lexus SUV driven by 41-year-old Justin M Ecker of Kansas City, Missouri was northbound on County Road 7 in Kandiyohi County west of Willmar shortly before 5:55 p.m. Authorities say the vehicle collided at the intersection of Highway 40 with an eastbound 2019 Volvo Semi driven by 57-year-old Ralph John Enderle of Raymond, Minnesota.
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3 People Killed in Collision with Semi

WILLMAR -- Three people died when the car they were in collided with a semi. The Minnesota State Patrol says the crash happened just before 6:00 p.m. Thursday just west of Willmar in Kandiyohi County. Troopers say a car driven by 41-year-old Justin Ecker of Lee Summitt, Missouri was going...
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3 killed, 2 injured in west-central Minnesota crash

WILLMAR, Minn. — Three people from Missouri were killed Thursday evening in a crash west of Willmar that also injured two others. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the three killed were in a Lexus SUV that was northbound on Kandiyohi County Road 7 when it collided in the intersection with a Volvo semi that was eastbound on Minnesota Highway 40.
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