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The dangers of being left in a hot car on a summer day

Kirksville, MO and Ottumwa, IA — As the temperatures rise in the summer months, it’s important to remember the danger that can cause to someone left inside a vehicle in the summer sun. Since 1998, over 900 children have died from heat related issues after being left unattended...
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Season opening for outdoor pool at Kirksville Aquatic Center delayed

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. — The season opening of the outdoor water park at the Kirksville Aquatic Center is being delayed. On Friday, city officials announced that crews are doing infrastructure work on the facility causing the delayed opening. "We had expected to open Memorial Day weekend, but have found there...
KIRKSVILLE, MO
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Asbestos found in Adair County Courthouse during renovations

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. — The Adair County Courthouse is already starting to take shape from its renovation with contractors hard at work to meet the deadline. However, while testing for asbestos, the county received a positive test which could provide a challenge for contractors. "We took 16 samples and sent...
ADAIR COUNTY, MO
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Kirksville pastor explains why invocation should return to council meetings

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. — A Kirksville pastor wants invocation back at city council meetings. Kirksville City Council meetings have started without an invocation since June 2021. The removal of the invocation happened due to community members complaining that only one faith was being represented. Meetings now start with the city's...
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Hounds blast Van Buren in four innings

KEOSAUQUA – A storm of a different sort blew through Van Buren County Wednesday night. The Fort Madison Bloodhounds erupted for nine runs in the second inning enroute to a 17-0 win over Van Buren County in boys’ high school baseball action. Landes Williams went three innings, surrendering...
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William 'Bill' Sanders, 80 of Kirksville, Travis-Noe Funeral Home

William "Bill" Sanders passed away Sunday, May 14, 2022 at his home with family by his side. He was the son of Lewis and Wilda (Cook) Sanders born December 1, 1941. Bill graduated from Lafayette High School with the class of 1959 In St. Joseph, Missouri where he participated in athletics, earning varsity letters in football, basketball, and track. He received a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree at Northeast State Teachers College (Truman State University).
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Shaaron Golden

Shaaron Diann Golden, 81, was called home to be with God on May 25, 2022, at her home surrounded by her family following a courageous battle with cancer. Shaaron was born August 15, 1940, to Keith and Dortha (Davis) Lagle. Shaaron grew up on a farm near Eldon, IA. She attended country school, where she was taught by her dad. She then graduated from Eldon High School in 1958.
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MDC’s June events to focus on bees, jig-making, and spiders

MISSOURI — The Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) Northeast Regional Office in Kirksville has announced a variety of programs offered in June. A full list of scheduled programs can be found online at mdc.mo.gov/events. All programs require advance registration and space is limited. Unless otherwise noted, all events are offered at the MDC Northeast Regional Office, located at 3500 S. Baltimore Street in Kirksville.
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ATSU-SOMA professor receives AOMA Excellence in Osteopathic Medical Education Award

A.T. Still University-School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU-SOMA) was well represented during the annual Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association (AOMA) Awards, presented recently at the AOMA Annual Convention. Barbara Polstein, DO, associate professor at ATSU-SOMA, was presented the Excellence in Osteopathic Medical Education Award. This award honors a physician or...
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