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RECAP: Class 1 Sectional 4 track meet

POINT LOOKOUT — A strong finish pushed Thomas Jefferson’s Kip Atteberry to a fulfilling victory in the 1,600 at the Class 1 Sectional 4 Meet on Saturday. Atteberry’s time of 4:39.48 edged Marion County Early’s Gavin Duchscherer and his 4:40.26. A year ago at Sectionals, Duchscherer beat Atteberry.
POINT LOOKOUT, MO
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Pin Oak RV Resort, MO

Today thankfully Nate was able to get into the dentist to fix the crown that he had lost the day before. Thank you to the Marion RV campground host being gracious enough to let us stay on the site for a couple hours over check out time. Thankfully we were still able to get back on the road by 1:00. The drive through St Louis was a little precarious since we hit during rush hour. We finally did get to our campsite. We paid a bit extra so that we could relax by the water, however, we did not plan to find the truck battery dead after lunch/dinner. The first Walmart we went to did not have the battery in stock. By the time we arrived to the second Walmart it was getting very late and the automotive department was closed. After many attempts with associates we were able to exchange the battery at no charge. We made it back to the trailer just before 11:00 p.m. and got to bed before our 6:30 wake up.
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Proposed Missouri bill would create convicted murderer registry

QUINCY (WGEM) - In order to keep communities and law enforcement safe and informed, Missouri lawmakers are working on a bill that would create a registry for those convicted of first and second degree murder who are out on parole and probation. Assistant Palmyra Police Chief Mike Baker said those...
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U.S. Marshals offer reward for missing endangered Missouri teen

ST. LOUIS (KHQA) — The United States Marshals Service, along with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and surrounding law enforcement agencies, is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing Missouri teen whose Jeep was found in Hannibal on Wednesday. Drew Thompson is considered a missing/runaway...
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