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St. Louis, a large city in Missouri is known as the "Gateway to the West" because it served as a departure point for settlers heading to the west as well as the starting point and the return destination of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It is a state with both Midwestern and Southern cultural influences, reflecting its history as a border state between the two regions. The state is named after the Missouri Siouan Indian tribe.

 

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The Redhawks lost 16-3 to Morehead State in the championship round of the OVC tournament on Saturday to end their season.

 

BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri Veterans Cemetery director Ken Swearengin says he doesn't know quite how to describe the sense of honor and privilege he feels at his job, but as a 21-year Air Force...

 

As the Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri's Supportive Services for Veteran Families case manager, Karen Auner said she's never viewed the services offered by her agency as "charity." T...

 

PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- At the annual Old Timers Day, the day is all about the way things once were. On one end of the Seminary Picnic Grounds, Albert Mateka and his son could be seen cutting cedar logs...

 

A mandatory boil order for the Cape-Perry Public Water Supply District No. 1 was lifted Saturday, according to a news release from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The boil order was...

 

Oran senior Kaylen Glastetter posted a seventh-place time of 27.52 seconds in the 200 dash to fare the best among the local athletes at Saturday's Class 1 state meet in Jefferson City, Missouri.

 

Kelly junior Maurice Davis posted a first-place time of 10.97 seconds in the boys 100 dash to help lead the Kelly boys track and field team to a fourth-place finish at Saturday's Class 2 state meet...

 

The Jackson track and field team will be sending 18 of its members to the Class 5 state meet following state-qualifying performances at Saturday's sectional meet at Washington High School in...

 

The Cape County Cowboy Church started, fittingly, in a livestock barn. The barn, in Fruitland, seated 275 people. Since that humble beginning in January 2004, church attendance has exploded, so much.....

 

LEOPOLD, Mo. -- Deborah Ann Bueter, 60, of Leopold passed away Thursday, May 21, 2015, at her home, surrounded by her loving family. She was born July 4, 1954, in St. Louis, daughter of Walter and...

 
 

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County hopes $200,000 investment will spur redevelopment of site

 

Jerry Kent built Suddenlink, but says business now requires greater scale

 

Andrea Politte is making Deer Creek USA Golf into a therapeutic place for those who serve. The coursedoes not charge veterans or first-responders greens fees.

 

Festivals and observances abound this weekend.

 

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By 2018, the state could lose $400 million in federal funds, MoDOT says.

 

For the second time in three years, state lawmakers loosen the ban on foreign farmland ownership as Chinese contributions flow.

 

Scripted and unscripted shows make debuts and returns between now and Labor Day.

 

Weather was breezy and warm Saturday for the festivals.

 

Nearly 34 million affected in the biggest-ever U.S. recall

 
 

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