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Columbia man pleads guilty after posting illegal firearms and drugs to Snapchat

JEFFERSON CITY — A Columbia man who posted Snapchat photos and videos in which he possessed various illegal firearms and controlled substances pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday, according to a news release from the Department of Justice. Chauncey Erin Howard, 37, pleaded guilty to one count of possessing...
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Columbia Repeals Ban on Trash Roll Carts, Repeal of Ban on Dancing and Proms Is Next

Both Prohibition and the classic film Footloose (the original, obviously) teach us the lesson that banning popular things is generally poor policy (there are some exceptions, of course). Well, Footloose must have been entered at the last True-False film festival, because the Columbia City Council decided to heed this lesson and rescind the absurd ban on roll carts within the city of Columbia. Yes, the very same roll carts that are heavily used for trash service all around the nation.
COLUMBIA, MO
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Fatal Columbia nightclub shooting trial moved to Johnson County

A Columbia man’s murder trial is moved to western Missouri. Curtis Lewis, 38, had been scheduled for a pre-trial hearing on Monday. But instead the judge granted his request for a change of venue, moving the trial to Johnson County. Lewis is accused of fatally shooting Tershawn Kitchen in...
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Mid-Missouri state lawmaker hopeful courts will strike down voter ID

A Columbia lawmaker who serves on the Missouri House Elections and Elected Officials Committee opposes voter ID legislation approved in Jefferson City. State Rep. David Tyson Smith (D-Columbia) says any provision you put between someone and the ballot box will slow down voting. “It’s not just photo ID. Someone might...
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
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Recruiting Reset: Mizzou adds an interior pass rusher in Josh Landry

I’m convinced Missouri has unlimited scholarships for its defensive line room. It’s the only explanation for the turnover we’ve seen this offseason. The Tigers have added Tyrone Hopper (North Carolina), D.J. Coleman (Jacksonville State), Jayden Jernigan (Oklahoma State), Ian Mathews (Auburn), Jalen Marshall (HS), Marquis Gracial (HS) and DJ Wesolak (HS) since the end of last season.
COLUMBIA, MO
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Smithton's Long, other CPS teachers celebrated with Worley Street Roundtable awards

The Smithton Middle School cafeteria buzzed with excitement as eighth graders celebrated their last day of school Tuesday. Students wearing plastic flower leis with brightly painted faces eagerly awaited pizza from a line of teachers. While dishing out the pizza, teacher Alisha Long was interrupted by a surprise announcement from...
SMITHTON, MO

Rogersville shuts out California in state sectionals

SPRINGFIELD, Mo–State baseball sectionals Tuesday, in Class 4, Rogersville squared off with California. And it’s already 3-nothing Wildcats on unearned runs in the third when LogRog adds more. Noah Carrow singles up the middle, Curry Sutherland and Ross Lawerence both score and it’s 5-0 Wildcats. Rogersville would load the bases and then Tanner Petersen hammers […]
ROGERSVILLE, MO
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Electric battery maker, coal union announce WVa labor pact

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — An energy startup has signed a memorandum of understanding with the nation’s largest coal miners’ union on a labor-management agreement for an electric battery factory in West Virginia. SPARKZ and the United Mine Workers of America will partner to recruit and train dislocated miners to be the factory’s first production workers. Construction will start later this year. The plant will employ at least 350 workers. West Virginia has lost thousands of mining jobs in recent years. UMW President Cecil Roberts said the agreement is a win-win for laid-off coal miners who will work in the facility, whose location has yet to be announced.
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The Shetty sisters are creating a buzz in the spelling bee community

COLUMBIA - It only took six letters for sixth grader Aanya Shetty to spell victory at the 2022 Columbia Missourian Regional Spelling Bee. “I'm pretty competitive,” Aanya said. “I like feeling pride in myself whenever I win.”. Aanya is one of the more than 200 regional spelling bee...
COLUMBIA, MO
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“The MSHSAA promotes the value of participation, sportsmanship, team play and personal excellence to develop citizens who make positive contributions to their community and support the democratic principles of our state and nation.” MSHSAA Issues Requests for Proposals for Championship Venues

Positive contributions to their community and support the democratic principles of our state and nation.”. MSHSAA Issues Requests for Proposals for Championship Venues. April 26, 2022. The Board of Directors of the Missouri State High School Activities Association has. resolved to request proposals from event venues and communities desiring to...
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