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NORWOOD EARNS 2 MORE ALL-STATE MEDALS

BY SCOTT BORKGREN

DAR Sports Writer


With Saturday’s loss, the Raiders now need to reach the national tournament to avoid the first losing season in coach Gene Bess’ 48 years at Three Rivers... Read more

RAIDERS FALL

SHORT AT BUZZER

OVER 2 DOZEN SHOT IN 6-MINUTE RAMPAGE

PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) — Nikolas Cruz jumped out of an Uber car and walk toward building 12 of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, carrying a black duffel bag and a black backpack. A man inside the school spotted Cruz and knew he was a former student, a troubled kid. He radioed a co-worker, and within a minute heard gunshots... Read more

SKIER LOST IN NY HAS NO CLUE HOW HE GOT TO CALIFORNIA

WILMINGTON, N.Y. (AP0 — Police on Wednesday were trying to piece together how a 49-year-old skier whose disappearance sparked a massive search on a snowy New York mountainside ended up six days later in California, confused and still in ski clothes... Read more

MO. TRYING AGAIN TO CUT TIME FOR JOB BENEFITS

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Missouri lawmakers are trying again to reduce the duration of state jobless benefits to one of the shortest periods nationally... Read more

BY MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


Having his interest in law enforcement piqued at an early age led Mike Pulliam to a career spanning more than three decades with the Missouri State Highway patrol... Read more

BY DONNA FARLEY

DAR Staff Writer


Richard Staley was in the U.S. Army, home on leave from a tour of duty in Bietnam, when he proposed to his wife, Gloria... Read more

CONCERT PAYS TRIBUTE TO VET’S SACRIFICE, SERVICE

BY BRIAN ROSENER

DAR Sports Editor


ST. PETERS, Mo. –– Taylor Norwood added two more allstate medals to her collection Saturday as the Poplar Bluff senior completed a stellar career... Read more

17 LIVES

LOST TOO SOON

BY JAY REEVES

Associated Press


When a gunman opened fire with an AR-15 at a large high school in south Florida, he claimed the lives of students with their whole lives ahead of them, along with those of the teacher who tried to protect them. Here is a look at the 17 people who authorities say died in the deadly shooting Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida... Read more

VA CHIEF IN HOT WATER OVER TRIP

BY HOPE YEN

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin improperly accepted Wimbledon tennis tickets and his staff lied that he was getting an award in order to justify his wife accompanying him at taxpayer expense on an 11-day European trip that mixed business and sightseeing, according to a blistering government investigation released Wednesday.

FARMERS GET

TRAINING ON PROPER USE OF DICAMBA

BY STEVE KARNOWSKI

Associated Press


MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Tens of thousands of soybean and cotton farmers across the country are taking free but mandatory training in how to properly use a weed killer blamed for drifting and damaging crops in neighboring fields... Read more

ROMNEY DELAYS SENATE DECLARATION AFTER SHOOTING

BY MICHELLE L. PRICE and

STEVE PEOPLES

Associated Press


SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Mitt Romney is preparing to announce a bid for Utah’s senate seat held by retiring Orrin Hatch, a position some hope the 2012 GOP presidential nominee will use to continue his biting criticism of President Donald Trump... Read more

MO. BILL SETS LIMITS ON CHILD MARRIAGES

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — The Missouri House is advancing a bill that would ban marriages of children ages 14 years old or younger... Read more

BY DONNA FARLEY

DAR Staff Writer


Dedication to improving the lives of local children and families is at the heart of the Butler County Community Resource Council, which said good-bye to a longtime director this month and welcomes new leadership... Read more

CRC NAMES

NEW DIRECTOR

KIOWA ARTIFACTS CREATE BACKDROP FOR BOOK IN BLUFF

BY CHELSAE CORDIA

DAR Staff Writer


The story of 6-year-old Johanna in author Paulette Jiles’ novel, “News of the World,” is a piece of historical fiction. However, the native Kiowa Tribe, which captures the young girl to raise as one of its own, is not.... Read more

RICHARDSON AMONG OTHERS QUESTIONED IN GREITENS PROBE

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Investigators from the St. Louis prosecutor’s office have visited the Missouri Capitol and interviewed at least two dozen lawmakers as the office checks into Gov. Eric Greitens... Read more

INDEPENDENT

CITES GRIDLOCK, JOINS MISSOURI SENATE RACE

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri figured to face a tough republican challenge in this year’s general election, and now she’ll face an independent challenger, too... Read more

FLU SHOT ONLY 36% EFFECTIVE, MAKING

BAD YEAR WORSE

NEW YORK (AP) — The flu vaccine is doing a poor job protecting older Americans and others against the bug that’s causing most illnesses... Read more

TRUMP’S FOOD

BOX IDEA DRAWS IRE FROM DEMOCRATS

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is pushing what it calls a “bold new approach to nutrition assistance”: replacing the traditional cash-on-a-card that food stamp recipients currently get with a pre-assembled box of canned foods and other shelf-stable goods dubbed “America’s Harvest Box.”... Read more

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MEMBERS OF SHENANDOAH PERFORM IN FRONT OF A NEARLY-FULL HOUSE DURING FRIDAY NIGHT’S VALENTINES FOR VETERANS CONCERT AT THE BLACK RIVER COLISEUM.. DAR photos/Paul Davis

KAREN CROOK RETIRES

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