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Albert Reynolds

Albert Reynolds

| June 30, 2015

A Brookfield resident, Albert Reynolds, 84, died Sunday, June 28th.

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Roy J. Martens

Roy J. Martens

| June 30, 2015

A Concordia resident, Roy J. Martens, 94, died Tuesday, June 30th.

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Robert “Bob” Irving Lannin

Robert “Bob” Irving Lannin

| June 30, 2015

An Odessa resident, Robert “Bob” Irving Lannin, 82, died Monday, June 29th.

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NCMBF: Focus on small business growth in rural Missouri

NCMBF: Focus on small business growth in rural Missouri

| June 30, 2015

North Central Missouri College has partnered with the Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation to bring residents a new resource, the North Central Missouri Business Facilitation Group.

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Tractor accident near Marceline, injuries unknown

Tractor accident near Marceline, injuries unknown

| June 29, 2015

Initial reports indicate a tractor has collided with a telephone pole on Hwy 5 just south of Marceline.

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Callaway county resident now facing multiple felony charges

Callaway county resident now facing multiple felony charges

| June 26, 2015

A Fulton man is being held in the Callaway County jail on multiple charges after a late night run in with law enforcement.

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Lexington city council recap for Tuesday, June 23rd

Lexington city council recap for Tuesday, June 23rd

| June 26, 2015

City leaders in Lexington convened for a regularly scheduled city council meeting Tuesday evening.

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NRCS now accepting applications for Conservation Innovation Grants

NRCS now accepting applications for Conservation Innovation Grants

| June 25, 2015

Missouri anticipates having $100,000 in state-component funds available.

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Oak Grove resident may have to fight felony charges

Oak Grove resident may have to fight felony charges

| June 25, 2015

A Jackson County man may face felony indictment if formal charges are filed after an early morning incident.

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