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STANBERRY, Mo. – The result was expected. The Northeast Nodaway Bluejays began the season short-handed and struggled to in replacing their leading pitcher and hitter from a season ago. Though their 10-0 loss in the opening round of the Class 1 District 16 tournament Wednesday night put an end to their winless season—it wasn’t all for nothing amongst a young team that returns the entire team next year.

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The St. Joseph School District, in conjunction with DLR, an architecture company out of Overland Park assisting with the district’s Master Facilities Plan, brought a focus group out to emPowerU on Wednesday to give more targeted feedback.

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Four hundred years ago, the first Africans landed in Old Point Comfort, Virginia. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Black Studies Program and the Office of the Provost presented its 1619 Commemoration recognition with an opening ceremony at noon Monday, September 30 in the Morris University Center, Goshen Lounge. 

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Who is the premiere national politician of the post-Reagan era? For me, there is only one candidate. I’m talking about the Mother of Dragons, the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, the leader of the House Democratic Caucus, the gentlewoman from California, U.S. Rep. Nancy Patricia Pelosi.

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Confidence and discipline are spiritual concepts. Better yet, confidence coupled with discipline must surely be godly. This coupling should by no means be confused with arrogance and ego. Faith requires discipline and, together with spiritual confidence, the godly result is power.

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I was struck by the title of your article: "Will you be able to cast your vote?" I am white. That question never occurred to me. This articulate and detailed piece shows a clear pattern of a multitude of voting obstructions versus voting in higher income, white areas.

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The parade, the fireworks, the game ball delivered by helicopter, more alumni than they could shake a stick at -- all the ingredients were in place for a memorable homecoming game at St. Vincent on Friday. Unfortunately, the Indians' opponent, St. Pius X, was disinclined to allow the Indians…

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"(James 'Kraig' Kahler) thrived on self-importance, community prestige and being perceived as having an ideal or perfect marriage," Chief Justice John Roberts summarized. "Now, maybe that's not the best way to order your life, but if that's what you mean by insanity, you can understand why that might cause some reservations."

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One hundred and one years ago Guy Wallace Rosecrans was buried at a cemetery in St. Jean De Monts, France. However, that was not his final resting place.

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Reginald Harris joined Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner as a partner within the Investigations, Financial Regulation & White Collar Practice Group in the firm’s St. Louis office. In his most recent role as executive assistant U.S. attorney, he developed and implemented strategies related to the Department of Justice’s project Safe Neighborhoods and heroin and opioid initiatives in the Eastern District of Missouri.

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The St. Joseph School District and the St. Joseph Police Department are investigating an incident of individuals enticing a child into a van outside of Carden Park Elementary on Tuesday.

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Schools across the country are so fed up with students vaping on campus that they're suing the e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs.

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St. Louis County Police Officer John Becker stands before the Police Board of Commissioners to receive a meritorious service award on Oct. 16, 2019. The award was given to Becker for the actions he took in detaining Trenton Forster on Oct. 6, 2016 after Forster had shot and killed Officer Bl…

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It seemed that reactionary Republicans in Congress were obsessed with an insatiable quest for balancing the federal budget. Of course, they had ulterior motives in taking that position supposedly to accomplish a good deed for the American taxpayer. The scheme was a carefully plotted subterfuge for their desire to eliminate people-oriented programs that provided essential services to needy citizens.