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email@example.comTANEY COUNTY, Mo -- Missouri had close to 2,000 meth busts in 2010--second only to Tennessee. One community in the Ozarks is fighting back with another one on its heels. As meth continues to rear its ugly head in Southwest Missouri some communities...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJOPLIN, Mo -- The outpouring of support from volunteers from our area and many from across the country continues. Memorial Day is a time that is notorious for barbeques. For families in Joplin many don't have a place to cook this holiday. That's why...
McClatchy-Tribune"Ham vs. lamb" may not rise to the level of theological debate, but when it comes to Easter dinner, the issue can divide celebrants into zealous partisan camps. Whose meat reigns supreme? We put the question to two passionate chefs. "You know ham...
As I peruse the News Press this week, budget cuts seem to be a recurring theme all over town. Of course, I’d have to be deaf, dumb and blind not to notice. I can’t stop thinking about the misguided branding effort our city was so hot to...
I enjoyed your Aug. 23 article, “Expanded Garfield campus debuts,” about the history and opening of the Glendale Community College Garfield campus expansion. Your piece accurately recounted the epic, hours-long Board of Trustees meeting in...
Contributing columnistKentucky is now surrounded on three sides by neighbor states that are making dynamic conservative changes to their economic policy and experiencing dynamic results. Recently, we learned that the conservative leadership of Indiana has created a $1.2...
Tags: Politics, California, Ratings, Finance, Elections
OAK RIDGE, Tenn.—The poster's hush-hush tone said it all: "What you see here, what you do here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here." Here in the rolling hills of eastern Tennessee, America built one of three secret cities...
FOX 17 News Reporter66 years ago, nuclear bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Now some local activists are calling for change. The group Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of War gathered Sunday night to commemorate the nuclear blasts with calls for peace, music, and...
Tags: Demonstration, Human Interest, Politics, Activism, Prisons
Matthew L. Smith, a native of Jessamine County, passed away on July 25. He was a graduate of Tates Creek High School and Tulane University in New Orleans, majoring in engineering and psychology. He had a special place in his heart for both Tates Creek and...
Chelsea Kay Moores and Justin Todd Gifft of Kearneysville, W.Va., announce the birth of a daughter, Haize Marchelle Gifft, July 12, 2011. Maternal grandparents are Charles and Lisa Moores of Kearneysville. Paternal grandparents are Patrick Gifft of...
Stiles Bradley Parks, Jr. Stiles Bradley Parks Jr. was born on October 19, 1916, to Stiles and Fannie Lee Parks, and died peacefully on June 9, 2011. He grew up in Georgia and Tennessee, then moved at age 15 with his family to Chicago. He...
Tags: Arizona, Houston, Elections, Healthy Diet, Human Interest
The Detroit Lions have added another linebacker to their roster, signing former Tennessee Titan Stephen Tulloch to a one-year deal. The deal is worth a reported $3.25 Million dollars. Tulloch will be reunited with Lions Head Coach Jim Schwartz, who...
Tags: Human Interest, Jim Schwartz
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