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Prosecuting Attorney Cites Law Day Case

During December Circuit Court Law Day, the following defendant was sentenced to the Mis­souri Department of Corrections: Cassondra S. Lamb, 39, of Ava, received a seven-year sentence for Possession of Methamphetamine. Lamb will be eligible for parole after one year ...

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Cunningham Report 12.24.2015

Remembering the True Meaning of Christmas It’s that familiar time of year, where I can look around and see so many things that fill my heart with gladness and fond memories. The Christmas tree, shimmering with lights, the stockings above ...

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What About This…? 12.24.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano So, what do you think, are we alone in the Universe? There is a book titled A Universe From Nothing: Why There is Something Rather Than Nothing by an astronomer/astrophysicist named Lawrence Krauss.  Old Larry was ...

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Fighting for the U.S. Cattle Producer

A Dilatory Congress and Indifferent Executive Branch Strip Citizens of their Right to Know the Origins of their Food BILLINGS, Mont. –– Although their deadline for completing and passing the nation’s fiscal year 2016 spending bill expired 79 days ago, ...

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Looking Backward 12.17.2015

Looking Backward

  25 Years Ago December 13, 1990   Wanda Lou Bautts was recently named winner of the Award of Excellence in the area of the arts at an annual Rogers (Ark.) Thanks­giving Prayer Breakfast.  Mrs. Bautts, a singer, was recognized ...

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Farm Bureau Looks Toward Future

After a year of celebrating 100 years as an organization, Missouri Farm Bureau (MFB) looked ahead during its 101st annual meeting. Held at Tan-Tar-A Resort at the Lake of the Ozarks December 6-8, the event focused on the next governor, ...

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Cunningham Report 12.17.2015

The Governor’s Inappropriate Budget Management I take my job as your state senator very seriously, and I see it as my responsibility to fight for the fair and equitable financial wellbeing of my district and its citizens. This is why ...

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