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Developers break ground on new Iron Grain District in Republic, Mo.

REPUBLIC, Mo. (KY3) - Developers broke ground on the new Iron Grain District in Republic. The $65 million project will include major retail and residential areas. Magers Management, the company building the shopping center, says it will be Republic’s largest mixed-use development. The district will be built near the Amazon warehouse and Convoy of Hope headquarters in the area of James River Freeway and State Highway MM. It will offer multi-family housing and townhomes in addition to local dining, shopping, and entertainment.
REPUBLIC, MO
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Prosecutors charge man for drive-by shooting in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Police say one driver is accused of shooting another driver on a busy Springfield road. Prosecutors charged Michael Lewis with assault, criminal action, unlawful use of a weapon, and tampering with a motor vehicle. The incident happened on September 26 at the intersection of Glenstone and...
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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We still have things to talk about, don’t we?

When I started writing this weekly column last year to help welcome and support the new owners of The Aurora Advertiser, my plan was to write it until I ran out of stuff to talk about. Kelly Johnson, a local historian and colleague, remembers me sitting on his porch last...
AURORA, MO
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Pumpkin Daze Fall Festival a smash hit

The Pumpkin Daze Fall Festival, a two-day festival which was hosted by the Pumpkin Daze Committee, the Kiwanis Club of Republic and the City of Republic, was held in Republic’s J.R. Martin Park on Friday, Sept. 30 and Saturday, Oct. 1. An estimated 25,000 people attended the two-day mega event, which combined Pumpkin Daze and the Kiwanis Club Fall Festival.
REPUBLIC, MO
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AHS to crown Homecoming King & Queen Friday night

This is Homecoming Week for Aurora! King and Queen candidates will be honored during coronation ceremonies this week at Aurora High School. They will be featured during a special coronation pep assembly on Thursday afternoon. Then they will be introduced to their hometown crowd Friday night during pre-game ceremonies starting...
AURORA, MO
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VIDEO: Prosecutor Says Officer-Involved Shooting Was Justified

(KTTS News) — The Greene County Prosecutor says an officer-involved shooting on the parking lot of the Bass Pro Shops Catalog Outlet last month was justified. The ruling clears Springfield Police Corporal Thomas Jordan of any wrongdoing in the shooting death of Joshua A. Michael, 37, from Springfield. In...
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Warm Thursday before another incoming cool down

House of Hope in Branson, Mo., to begin construction, facility upgrades after special use permit approval Tuesday. Developers break ground on new Iron Grain District in Republic, Mo. Developers broke ground on the new Iron Grain District in Republic. The $65 million project will include major retail and residential areas.
REPUBLIC, MO
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Aurora addresses burning ordinance

The Aurora City Council met in regular session Tuesday, Sept. 27, and tackled a variety of agenda items. Mayor Jason Lewis, Chairman Pro Tem Tony Kennedy, Councilwoman Dawn Oplinger, Councilwoman Theresa Pettit, and Councilman Doyle Ferguson were present. The prayer and pledge of allegiance was led by Ferguson. In the...
AURORA, MO
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Thatch family discusses fentanyl awareness at Rotary meeting

Mike and Mona Thatch recently presented a fentanyl poisoning awareness program to Aurora Rotarians. On the one-year anniversary of their son’s death, the Thatch family honored their son’s memory by presenting facts and dangers of illegal fentanyl at a recent Rotary meeting. “This has been a journey that...
AURORA, MO
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Police investigate shooting in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Police are investigating a shooting in Springfield. Officers responded to a home in the 700 block of South Nettleton on Wednesday around 3 p.m. They found the victim with a gunshot wound considered not life-threatening to the back. Investigators say the suspected shooter and the victim...
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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One injured, one arrested in Fort Leonard Wood shooting

NEW BLOOMFIELD — One person is hospitalized in Springfield and another is under arrest after a shooting Tuesday evening on base at Fort Leonard Wood. According to the Public Affairs Office at the fort, the shooting occurred at 11:07 Tuesday evening at the fort. No specifics were given. The...
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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Volleyball District Brackets Finalized

Republic will be the #4 seed in the upcoming Class 5 District 6 volleyball tournament. Republic is hosting the tournament, which begins Saturday, October 22 with all four quarterfinal matches. Top seed Nixa will play Waynesville (8) at 3:00 pm. Republic (4) and Lebanon (5) will square off at 4:30....
REPUBLIC, MO
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56th Apple Butter Makin' Days

Now just two days away, Mt. Vernon’s showcase fall festival Apple Butter Makin’ Days is upon us. The three-day affair is sure to be a monster with picture-perfect weather expected and the usual line up of food, entertainment and fun. Friday offerings include a morning slate chock full...
MOUNT VERNON, MO

1 injured in afternoon shooting in Springfield

Springfield police are investigating after a person was shot Wednesday afternoon and the suspect fled the scene. Springfield Police Department Lt. Steve Schwind said a call came in at about 3 p.m. Wednesday stating that a victim had a gunshot wound to the lower back at a residence in the 700 block of South Nettleton Avenue.
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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