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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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BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- The Saxony Lutheran Crusaders never have claimed a district title in volleyball. They'll get their chance today. The third-seeded Crusaders held on to defeat the defending district....

 

The veteran Pirates secured a spot in the Class 3 District 1 championship with a 25-12, 25-19 victory over the Bulldogs at the Bearcat Event Center.

 

State Sen. John C. Dennis, D-Benton, has been named the 1989 "Friend of the University" by the Southeast Missouri University Foundation; he will be honored at a Copper Dome breakfast Saturda...

 

Along with other issues on the Nov. 4 ballot, voters in the Scott City School District will decide whether to vote for or against a no-tax-increase bond issue. If passed, $1.75 million in bonds would....

 

Voters in the Scott City School District will decide Nov. 4 whether $1.75 million should be issued to update school buildings and make them more secure. If the bond passes, the district's tax rate...

 

The Cape Girardeau City Council spent the majority of its study session Monday night discussing whether it would disband the board of examiners. The council gave initial approval to the measure that.....

 

The Cape Girardeau School Board on Monday approved going with a third-party administrator to implement a partially self-insured plan to offer medical coverage to its employees. Mutual Medical Plans...

 

Some business-minded organizers in Cape Girardeau are planning to offer more than just free coffee once a week with the November launch of a new entrepreneurial education program. 1 Million Cups, a...

 

LAURA SIMON ~ lsimon@semissourian.com ABOVE: Bobby Zoellner pats his paint horse, Chula, after saddling her up for a ride on the Peewah Trail Monday afternoon at Trail of Tears State Park. ...

 

DEXTER, Mo. -- Carolyn Johnson, a native of Dexter first saw solar panels being installed and used to generate power in the 1970s. She vowed then that she would one day do the same thing. Now, she...

 
 

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A gallon of regular gasoline is roughly 50 cents cheaper than a month ago.

 

Furniture, computers, pillow cases are among the items distributed in Missouri.

 

Renewed criticism of respective voting records.

 

Scenarios with blanks in guns add realism to exercise.

 

Governor makes rare, private appearance at St. Louis City Hall

 

National Nurses United says the federal government has the power to put in place uniform protocols to deal with Ebola's spread.

 

Five cars of a train derailed Monday night near Old Baumgartner Road and Oakville Heights Court in the Oakville area of south St. Louis County. The incident happened at about 6:30 p.m. The Meh&...

 
 

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