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Heavy rains cause flooding, evacuations in Missouri

By JIM SALTER Associated Press (ST. LOUIS, AP) — More than 7 inches of rain in parts of Missouri led to scattered evacuations, power outages, flood warnings and a boat rescue…

Garry Gudde

Garry Ray Gudde, 60, of Warrensburg, died Saturday, Aug. 13, at his home. Cremation is planned under direction of Sweeney-Phillips & Holdren Funeral Home with memorial services to be held at…

New Space Aims to Promote Diversity, Support Minorities

New Space Aims to Promote Diversity, Support Minorities

By LEAH WANKUM For the Muleskinner (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — It doesn’t have an official name yet, but a new multicultural center is the university’s next step toward diversity and…

Piscotty’s slam paces Cardinals to sweep over Brewers

By R.B. Fallstrom (ST. LOUIS, AP) — Stephen Piscotty savored the moment of his second career grand slam. Then he got some chow. The St. Louis Cardinals’ budding star remembered…

New cigarette taxes could be on ballot in hesitant states

By David A. Lieb (JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — An entire generation has come of age since the last time Missouri raised its cigarette tax, from 13 cents a pack…

Garcia goes 8 innings, Cardinals beat Brewers 7-1

By Steve Overbey (ST. LOUIS, AP) — Jaime Garcia said all along there was no reason to panic. Matt Holliday drove in three runs, Garcia threw eight solid innings and…

Kansas minority students seek parallel university government

by MARGARET STAFFORD                                                      …

Agapita Lopez Gaela

Agapita Lopez Gaela

Agapita Lopez Gaela, 80, of Warrensburg, Missouri, died Sunday, April 17, at her home. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, at Williams Funeral…

Spotlight hosts All Things Japanese event

Spotlight hosts All Things Japanese event

Spotlight hosted an All Things Japanese event to introduce UCM students to Japanese culture, such as origami, sushi and making fans.…

Chiefs place franchise tag on All-Pro safety Eric Berry

By DAVE SKRETTA Associated Press (KANSAS CITY, Mo., AP) — Eric Berry overcame cancer to return to the Kansas City Chiefs last season. Now, the Chiefs are hopeful he’ll be with them…

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