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Cyber-bullying bill gets first-round OK in Senate

JEFFERSON CITY — The Senate gave first-round approval Tuesday to a bill requiring school districts to adopt policies to handle cyber-bullying.

Third Republican to run for Hulshof’s seat

A third Republican, Tourism Director Blaine Luetkemeyer is competing to succeed Congressman Kenny Hulshof.

Columbia schools disposing of recalled meat

Coulmbia students may have eaten the beef before it was recalled. Columbia Public Schools is waiting to hear how 189 cases of recalled beef will be removed.

State senate mulls legislation to limit construction of new casinos

The bill would limit the building of new casinos and increase taxes on existing ones

Republican announces she will campaign to fill Hulshof’s seat

Danie Moore, of Fulton, officially announced that she will run to represent the 9th Congressional District. She is the second Republican to make this announcement. She said that her top priority is national security.

Conservative talk radio becoming too arrogant

Although conservative talk show hosts have enjoyed success for their entertaining and informative commentary, the success is beginning to go to their heads.

Stevens adds drama to Kewpies' boys basketball

Hickman senior Tyler Stevens has been nicknamed Shakespeare for his ability to draw charging calls for his team.

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