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Calvary softball to debut program

It was like getting a Christmas present in the middle of the summer. The past few years, it’s been tough drumming up enough interest for Calvary Lutheran to have a softball team.

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Helias tennis tops Battle

The Helias girls tennis team moved to 4-0 on the season Thursday with a 9-0 defeat of Battle.

Lady Jays fall to Hermann in volleyball

The Jefferson City Lady Jays dropped a 25-14, 26-24 decision Thursday to the Hermann Lady Bearcats.

Tolton volleyball tops Eugene

The Eugene Lady Eagles dropped a decision Thursday to Father Tolton.

Missouri awarded almost $600,000 to boost small businesses

Gov. Jay Nixon announced Thursday that Missouri has been awarded $599,000 in funding from the U.S. Small Business Administration to increase the number of Missouri small businesses that export their products, creating jobs and generating additional economic growth as a result, according to a Wednesday news release on the governor’s website.

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University of Missouri grad assistants to continue movement

A steering committee working to improve conditions of graduate assistants at the University of Missouri plans to make changes that will more effectively communicate the group's message to school officials, several committee members said.

Missouri police training panel to hold public hearings

The public will have an opportunity to suggest changes to the training requirements of law enforcers in Missouri.

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Prep Football: Blair Oaks looking for Owensville to spread things out

WARDSVILLE — It took just one play in the Jamboree two weeks ago to realize the Owensville Dutchmen were going to have a very different look this season.

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Prep Football: Helias to take on familiar foe in Hannibal

Instead of heading southwest tonight, the Helias Crusaders are going northeast. But other than that, not a lot has changed for the Crusaders from Week One to Week Two.

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Prep Football: Jays face tall task tonight at C.B.C.

The Jefferson City Jays put on a show in the season opener, scoring 64 points in a win at McCluer North last week.

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Prep Football: California wants to put more points on the board

CALIFORNIA — For head coach Marty Albertson, the offensive line is the key to his team’s success. That success wasn’t there last Friday night against Boonville.

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Prep Football: Fulton doesn’t want to have to overcome early deficit again

Asked for a critique in an otherwise impressive 33-21, come-from-behind win against visiting School of the Osage to open the season, Fulton Hornets head coach Pat Kelley had one.

Man charged in death of 9-year-old girl in Ferguson

A suburban St. Louis man was charged Thursday with killing a 9-year-old girl who was sitting on her mother's bed doing her homework when shots were fired into her home.

Judge rules Obama administration water rule should be halted

A federal judge in North Dakota on Thursday blocked a new Obama administration rule that would give the federal government jurisdiction over some smaller waterways just hours before it was set to go into effect.

Part of Bagnall Drive closed

Bagnall Drive has been closed between the 5534 and 5636 blocks of the road.

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Prep Football: South Callaway looks to continue strong play from offensive line

MOKANE — Zack Hess was blown away by the blocking.

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Prep Football: North Callaway working to straighten out defense

KINGDOM CITY — This could be a good week for the North Callaway Thunderbirds defense to get right.

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Prep Football: Versailles looks to improve to 2-0

Versailles is coming off of just its second win under third-year head coach Broc Silvers, but the Tigers will have a steep hill to climb if they hope to bring that win total to three.

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Prep Football: Eldon expecting tougher second game

The Eldon Mustangs returned nearly every starter from last season, a year in which they only managed three wins, but they have grown quite a bit during the offseason and are already well on their way to a turnaround.

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Prep Football: School of the Osage looks to rebound

The beginning of the season did not go as planned for the School of the Osage.

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