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Dixon arraigned on Boone County weapons charge

Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon Jr. is due back in Boone County Associate Circuit Court at 9:30 a.m. June 7 for a status hearing on a felony weapons charge filed against him last month.

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Osage County sheriff due back in court June 7

Dixon puts in plea of not guilty

Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon is due back in Boone County Associate Circuit Court June 7 for a status hearing on a felony weapons charge filed last month.

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Cole County Youth Day allows middle schoolers to address concerns

Saturday, more than two dozen young people went to Lincoln University for the first Cole County Youth Day.

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Blind runner includes Mid-Missouri in solo run from L.A. to Boston

Jason Romero, of Denver, is running to provide some education — to help people understand “blind people are capable of anything, if just given the chance.”

Lincoln Faculty Senate seeks pay raises, course changes

Lincoln University’s Faculty Senate did more last Thursday than discuss disagreements with the provost’s office over proposed operations changes.

6 arraigned in federal K-2 conspiracy case

It took 90 minutes Friday morning in Jefferson City for U.S. Magistrate Judge Matt J. Whitworth to handle all the procedures for six of the 13 people indicted by a federal grand jury on a conspiracy to sell synthetic drugs.

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Warren Krech ends full-time radio career

Friday’s version of the KWOS “Open Air” program ended with Roy Rogers singing “Happy Trails To You,” followed by Porky Pig’s famous ending to Warner Brothers’ cartoons: “That’s All Folks!”

Jefferson City attorney disbarred

James D. “Doug” Barding no longer is a lawyer.

LU faculty unhappy with Sewell proposals

Many in the Lincoln University Faculty Senate are unhappy with announced plans to change school operations — and they have asked for a special meeting to discuss the situation in more detail.

Kelley wants sex offenders to know when they must register

State Rep. Mike Kelley wants to make sure people expected to be listed on the sex offender registry know they must register.

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