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February 2014

Grems to play for District 14 title

February 27, 2014 Roundup

The Sacred Heart Gremlins will play for District 14 championship Friday night at 7:30 p.m. against Sweet Springs at Crest Ridge High School in Centerview. The Grems (26-0) whipped the [...]

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Gov. Nixon to lead trade mission to Canada, Missouri’s largest export market

February 27, 2014 State

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that he will lead a delegation of Missouri business leaders and state officials to Canada next week, from March 2 through [...]

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Economic development one of Galliher’s priorities

February 27, 2014 Local

Submitted by Kyle Siegel In the upcoming April 8 election, First Ward City Councilman Stephen Galliher will be one of two individuals running for the open mayor position in the [...]

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County role in world war is talk topic

February 27, 2014 Club

The Osage Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met recently and heard a presentation of Pettis County’s role during World War II. Regent Ruthann Alexander conducted the meeting [...]

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Rehmer files for office of Prosecuting Attorney

February 27, 2014 Local

Andrew Rehmer was unable to file on the first day of filing, February 25, due the fact that he was conducting a trial of a man charged with the Molestation [...]

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Lady Mustangs, Lady Eagles eliminated in District 8 action

February 26, 2014 Roundup

The Northwest Lady Mustangs and the Otterville Lady Eagles were eliminated Wednesday night in Class 1, District 8 action at Northwest High School in Hughesville. The Lady Mustangs (6-15) lost [...]

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Windsor Lady Greyhounds to play for District championship

February 26, 2014 Roundup

The Windsor Lady Greyhounds (19-6) edged Sweet Springs, 44-43, on Wednesday night at Crest Ridge High School in Centerview to advance to the championship game on Friday at 6 against [...]

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