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Health experts frustrated with legislative inaction on opioids

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City council looks to ban over-the-counter drug Kratom

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SJSD Board of Education discusses out-of-district tuition increase

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SJSD launches Master Facilities Plan, asks for community engagement

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Million dollar grant helps Youth Alliance start new program

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New program trains laborers

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SJSD students help finish new city disc golf course

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City debates funding for Livestock Exchange Building

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Preservation architect undergoes restoration work on Krug Park Mansion

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PRC holds drive-through baby shower event

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Summer school enrollment increases for St. Joseph School District

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SJPD and Break Every Chain Coalition say prostitution sting just the start

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CyberPatriots education and competition program coming to St. Joseph School District

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Council hears budget requests from public safety groups

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Billboards remind drivers of the dangers of road rage

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Oak Elementary students plant trees for Arbor Day

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Youth Alliance host annual Children's Fair at Civic Arena

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Crossing homeless shelter halfway through one-year pilot program

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Bikers Against Child Abuse helps local kids feel safe

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Mound City First Christian Church hosts Craig residents displaced by flood

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Area school districts collect donations for students in Craig

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Mosaic Life Care officially takes over hospital in Maryville

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Lafayette High School student hit by car walking to school

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Families enjoy free admission at Pony Express Museum

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First grader raises awareness for heart health

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Edison Elementary students get new mentors

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Shelters collaborate to keep people out of the cold

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Lathrop woman wins $50,000 Missouri Lottery prize

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Fire destroys home in south St. Joseph

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Buchanan County EMS purchases automated CPR machines

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Second Harvest donates food to federal employees

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Road crews clean away snow after battling with rain

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Northwest University Police investigating an alleged sexual assault

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United Way needs more millennials to volunteer

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Blunt talks government shutdown

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City increases pay for minimum wage workers

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HUD grant could bring new equipment to local parks

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Clinton County receives poor rating from State Auditor

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Lawmakers pre-file gun control bills

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Crossing Campus Shelter hosts first Christmas Dinner

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Buchanan County Sheriff deputies deliver an early Christmas

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SJSD Learning Center transforms into gingerbread house

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Transit to launch new mobile app

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Community Mission prepares to open cold weather shelter

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Local library offers laptop kit for adults studying for HiSet

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Council considers new meeting time

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Drug overdoses, suicides cut down American life expectancy

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Listening sessions help Second Harvest plan for future

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