Long, cold winter could prompt more disconnects this spring
Vett Spain, of Joplin, uses both electricity and natural gas to heat her home during the winter. During extremely cold winter months — and this winter has been among the coldest for the area — it can cost her almost $500 a month to heat her home.Continued ...
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Missouri man accused of exploiting teen in Georgia
A Vernon County man is being held on charges that he talked a 16-year-old girl from Georgia into sending him pornographic images of herself and solicited men to have sex with her. Curt L. Bowman, 42, was arrested Friday at his home near Nevada based on information developed by investigators with the Cobb County Police Department in the Atlanta area.Continued ...
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Henry: Hug among memorable moments
March 1987: Chris Tuggle’s 3-point goal from the top of the circle hits nothing but net at the buzzer as Missouri Southern beats rival Drury 85-84 in the District 16 championship game.Continued ...
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Stocks open lower on discouraging news from Asia
The U.S. stock market edged lower in morning trading Monday as investors weighed disappointing economic news from China and Japan.Continued ...
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Methodists end minister’s NY same-sex wedding case
A United Methodist bishop on Monday dropped the case against a retired minister accused of breaking church law by officiating his son’s same-sex wedding — a dramatic decision that came just months after another minister was defrocked for the same reason.Continued ...
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