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Cole County candidates meet with public, LU students

All eight candidates for contested Cole County offices on next Tuesday’s ballot spent more than two hours at Lincoln University Thursday night, explaining their candidacies and answering questions.

Cole County to stage Ebola exercise

An exercise will be held soon to test the response of emergency agencies in Cole County should a bio-hazardous virus such as Ebola be strike here.

Clerk candidates Cook, Korsmeyer both want more people voting

The candidates running for Cole County clerk both believe the office is running well right now, but do want to see greater efforts to get people out to the polls and vote.

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USS Missouri crew: Love from state is ‘phenomenal’

Members of the USS Missouri submarine were in Jefferson City on Friday as part of a tour of their ship’s namesake.

Cole County eyes grant on Eugene water

Another effort to have someone take over the water system in Eugene from Cole County is moving forward.

K2 synthetic marijuana ring sees 7 more indicted

Seven more individuals have been charged by a federal grand jury in Jefferson City for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute synthetic marijuana, better known as K2.

Stumpe gets $100,000 from national GOP group

Brian Stumpe’s campaign for Cole County circuit judge is $100,000 richer this week, thanks to the Washington, D.C.,-based Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC).

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Ricardo Morris — Mapping the apps for MoDOT

Developing computer technology to help Missourians get better information from the Missouri Department of Transportation. That’s the goal of Ricardo Morris who has been working in the department for the past year.

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Fire victim: ‘I lost just about everything I own’

Blaze heavily damages Holts Summit apartments

Children playing with matches or a lighter Friday afternoon apparently set a bed on fire that spread and heavily damaged a three-story apartment building in Holts Summit.

Cole County shelves courthouse renovations

For now, plans to tear down the old Cole County Jail and sheriff’s house are on hold.

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