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PHOTO GALLERY: Home Harvest Celebration commemorates end of church's mortgage

The Community United Methodist Church finally paid off the mortgage on its West Broadway location. They are celebrating with a harvest festival that includes music, food and a bonfire.

Rock Bridge soccer player fun-loving off the field, serious on it

While his teammates and coaches love his sense of humor, senior Tyler Brittain is also one of the Bruins' best players. "Once it’s game time, he means business," assistant coach Brandon Butcher says.

Stephens cross country competes at Loyola Lakefront Invitational

Stephens placed 36th out of 45 teams competing at the Loyola Lakefront Invitational meet in Chicago on Saturday.

Helicopter crashes at Jefferson City airport

Three people were aboard the helicopter, one of whom was taken to a hospital following the crash.

Rock Bridge cross country teams sweep Parkway West Invitational

The Bruins boys and girls teams each won their races Saturday at the Parkway West Invitational in St. Louis.

African revival unites community with song, dance, prayer

First Baptist Church held a revival Saturday night. The church hosted refugees and immigrants from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi and Rwanda. The religious gathering is held twice a year.

Symposium at Kansas State recalls radio's live music roots

The Great Plains Radio History Symposium at Kansas State University will feature performers who used to play live music over the airwaves.

2 crashes, 2 missing men, 2 different results

David Lavau, 67, was found by his family Thursday after spending six days in a ravine. How the other man, who is believed to be Melvin Gelfand, 88, got in the ravine is unknown. He did not survive.

Hairy, crazy ants invade from Texas to Mississippi

The ant invasion is costing thousands of dollars a year in some areas and shutting down industrial facilities in others.

PHOTO GALLERY: Fun abounds at Shepard Stallion Stampede

Shepard Elementary School played host Saturday afternoon to the ninth annual Shepard Stallion Stampede fundraiser. The fundraiser included activities, games and food. In the past, it has earned $10,000 for the school.

Older players show competitiveness at Columbia College alumna volleyball game

Jamie Nelson is a former Columbia College volleyball player. She is married and has two children, but she moved around the court with speed and agility at Saturday's Homecoming and Family Day match.

Report raises issues with St. Louis senator's spending

State. Sen. Robin Wright-Jones has recently been filing amended reports to try to account for how she spent more than $95,000 in campaign funds. Wright-Jones said in an email that the expenses were allowable and that she had documented support for each entry in each report.

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