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Cunningham Report 12.18.2014

Missouri’s Right to Try Law: Giving Hope to Those Who Need it Most With the successful passage of House Bill 1685 during the 2014 legislative session, Missouri became only the third state to enact Right to Try legislation—allowing terminally ill ...

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Preliminary Order Issued Against Ron Wallace

On Wednesday, Dec. 17, Judge Cynthia MacPherson, from Gainesville, who was specially assigned to the School Board ouster case filed by Prosecuting Attorney Roger Wall, issued a Preliminary Order of Quo Warranto. This order remains in effect and requires the ...

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Looking Backward 12.18.2014

25 Years Ago December 14, 1989   Snowfall in the Ava area was light last Thursday night, but the frozen precipitation made black­topped surfaces very slippery. Two local performers of tradi­tional arts have been recognized by the University of Missouri ...

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What About This…? 12.18.2014

By Wayne William Cipriano We called it the TASTE TEST OF CHAMPIONS. Do you remember a 1960s televi­sion western about a fellow who called himself and acted the part of a Paladin? Richard Boone played a sophisticated bon vivant who ...

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Local Kids ‘Shop With a Cop’


The ‘Shop With a Cop’ program was able to help 39 kids of the local community this year through grants from Walmart and White River Valley Electric Co-Op. Officers shopping with the kids are, from left, top row: Missouri Highway Patrol ...

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Smith Report 12.11.2014

In case you missed it, last week our national debt surpassed $18 trillion. When I am home in Missouri, I constantly hear from parents and grandparents who are worried that their children and grandchildren will not be able to live ...

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The Snoop 12.11.2014


Have you looked at the calendar? Today is Dec. 11. Next Thursday is Dec. 18, and the next Thursday is Dec. 25. Christmas is just two weeks away. How many times have I asked – how many times have you ...

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