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Carl Junction gardening club breaks ground on second project for Memorial Park
The Carl Junction Cultivators Club broke ground Friday on a project for Memorial Park, as workers began installing a granite bench that will soon be surrounded by a brick patio.
Carl Junction School District seeks social media records of student in wrongful death lawsuit
Attorneys for the Carl Junction School District want to see all of the Facebook messages, photographs, videos and other electronic communication saved by a high school student before he took his own life in 2013, as part of a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the district.
Exchange program being set up between MSSU, Ukraine university
The most recent events in Ukraine apparently notwithstanding, it’s full steam ahead for a new exchange program between Missouri Southern State University and a university in Eastern Europe.
Cherokee County attorney receives complaints against Galena council
After receiving multiple complaints, Cherokee County Attorney Nathan Coleman said his office is investigating allegations that the city of Galena violated the Kansas Open Meetings Act while discussing plans for a proposed landfill in Riverton.
Four State Farm Show under way for 40th time
At ages 26 and 24, Yeong Il Noh and Kyung-tai Jung had never driven a riding lawn mower until Friday when they visited the Four State Farm Show. The two men are among 12 South Korean students who are participating in a monthlong internship program at Pittsburg State University, where they work with area businesses.
Four State Farm Show under way in Pittsburg through weekend
The 40th annual Four State Farm Show in Pittsburg kicked off today and will continue through Sunday.
Missouri court throws out challenge to gun rights ballot
The Missouri Supreme Court has thrown out a case challenging a measure that would expand the state’s Second Amendment gun rights protections.
Nixon appoints MSSU board member
William Gipson, a Republican from Shell Knob, was appointed Friday by Gov. Jay Nixon to the Missouri Southern State University Board of Governors.
US appeals court tosses Oklahoma's gay marriage ban
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that Oklahoma must allow gay couples to wed, prompting a fast, angry response from leaders of a state that has vehemently fought policy changes brought on from outside its borders.
New exhibit at KC’s Union Station, Nelson-Atkins collection shed light on young Egyptian king
Kansas City, Mo. — As Angie Scharnhorst slowly walked through the gallery at Union Station she discovered the tomb and treasures of Tut, the boy king.
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