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SELF-TAUGHT ROCKET SCIENTIST TO BLAST-OFF IN HOMEMADE RIG

AREA PASTORS SHARE,

FIGHT NEGATIVITY WITH GRATITUDE

MISSOURI’S PORTER JR. OUT FOR SEASON AFTER BACK SURGERY

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BY DONNA FARLEY

DAR Staff Writer


A grateful heart offers a way to fight back against a world that can seem steeped in negativity, according to messages from local church leaders that can be felt across denominations... Read more

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COLUMBIA, Mo. — Michael Porter Jr. insisted before the season that he was not necessarily a one-and-done player who would leave next year for the riches of the NBA... Read more

CBS AND PBS SEPARATING FROM CHARLIE ROSE

NEW YORK (AP) — Charlie Rose is the latest public figure to be felled by sexual misconduct allegations, with PBS halting distribution of his nightly interview show and CBS News suspending him following a Washington Post report with the accusations of eight women... Read more

TRIBE TRYING TO RECLAIM LOST LANGUAGE, SHARED THANKSGIVING MEAL WITH PILGRIMS

MANSON’S EVIL ENDED THE ERA OF LOVE

BY JOHN ROGERS

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — In summer 1969, a scruffy ex-convict with a magnetic hold on young women sent some of his disciples into the night to carry out a series of gruesome killings in Los Angeles. In so doing, Charles Manson became the leering face of evil on front pages across America and rewrote the history of an era... Read more

SUMMER STORMS

TO BE LARGER,

MORE FREQUENT

BY SETH BORENSTEIN

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Summer thunderstorms in North America will likely be larger, wetter and more frequent in a warmer world, dumping 80 percent more rain in some areas and worsening flooding, a new study says... Read more

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA EQUALS OPPORTUNITY

BY CHELSAE CORDIA

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Poplar Bluff schools earned an all-time high graduation rate of 91.8 percent on its 2017 state performance report. According to Superintendent Scott Dill, this was great news for the district because high school diplomas mean opportunity. But, he added, lack of a high school diploma can be a predictor of future hardship... Read more

MASPHEE, Mass. (AP) — The Massachusetts tribe whose ancestors shared a Thanksgiving meal with the Pilgrims nearly 400 years ago is reclaiming its long-lost language, one school-child at a time... Read more

BY PAT GRAHAM

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The countdown to launch creeps closer and there’s still plenty for self-taught rocket scientist “Mad” Mike Hughes to do:... Read more

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PROJECT CHRISTMAS PROMIS MAKES HOLIDAY BRIGHTER

BY DONNA FARLEY

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Diapers and Disney toys for a toddler, trucks for a 4 year old boy and shoes for a teenage girl top the Christmas wish list for a few of the children awaiting adoption for the annual Project Christmas Promise.... Read more

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Michael Porter Jr. who played in only two minutes of Missouri’s season-opening win over Iowa State will miss the rest of the season folling lower back surgery.

MLB STRIPS BRAVES OF 13 PROSPECTS, COPPOLELLA GETS LIFE BAN

BY CHARLES ODUM

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ATLANTA (AP) - The Braves lost 13 prospects and former general manager John Coppolella was banned for life by Major League Baseball on Tuesday for circumventing international signing rules from 2015-17.... Read more

TURKEY & HOOPS

RAIDERS OPEN THANKSGIVING CLASSIC WITH DIVISION III HOCKING

BY SCOTT BORKGREN

DAR Sports Writer


After eight days of work, the Three Rivers men’s basketball team returns to the Bess Activity Center on Thursday for three straight games... Read more

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Three Rivers coach Gene Bess, left, talks with freshman Willie Lucas (31) during the Raiders’ season opener Nov. 3 at the Bess Activity Center.