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Fans float across state for game

Pat Ryan holds up a shirt that lists all of the trips that he has taken and all of the trips that he plans on going on at Cooper's Landing on Thursday night. Ryan and a group of his friends were boating from Kansas City to St. Louis for the Missouri football game against Illinios.

Neither rain, hail nor a broken fuel line could spoil a three-day cruise down the Missouri for 24 MU fans.

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Jefferson Farm and Gardens holds final open house

Today was a sneak preview of the educational activities that will be offered at Jefferson Farm & Gardens when it officially opens in Spring 2009.

 

 

Gustav’s impact on gas prices unknown for Mid-Missouri

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Men roll in basketball preseason opener

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Missouri sends 500 guard members to Louisiana

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MU students to help investigate fatal explosion

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Thousands didn't get stimulus checks; they didn't file returns

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Paquin program to get partial funding

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Chef Jeff urges youths to cook up better future

The former drug dealer who has become a top chef, author and impending TV show host was in St. Louis to encourage youngsters to make better choices for themselves.

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