Michelle Brooks

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Innovative pantry offers food, recipes

When a reminder about The Pantry being open went out Friday morning across Facebook, for some it was the answer to “How am I going to feed my children this week?”

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Students find behavior, good work are tickets to PTO Store

For the last nine weeks, fourth-grader Josie Stewart has been earning tickets for good attendance, displaying the monthly character trait, improving her math goals and scoring well on Reading Counts quizzes.

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Community rallies for Maelyne fundraiser

Two blocks of downtown Russellville were covered with generosity Saturday as members of the community did their part to support the family of Maelyne Cartee, a second grader recovering from head trauma at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

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Future looks bright in FFA and life for Elizabeth Wyss

Even at age 3, Elizabeth Wyss was ready to talk with customers at her family’s business — Russellville Locker and Feed Store.

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Benefit scheduled for girl trampled by cow

Maelyne Cartee, 7, has shown signs of improvement this past week, as she has been treated for head trauma in the intenstive care unit at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

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Built around 1970, farmhouse takes on new life

Owners of historic Moreau Drive home win October Golden Hammer award

Barbara Prasad always had wanted to live in an older farmhouse. So when her husband Chandra and their daughter Erica drove through Jefferson City's Moreau Drive neighborhood one day, they found the perfect home.

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California students competing in safe-driving contest

Driving too fast on gravel roads or turning one’s head during a conversation are dangerous choices behind the wheel. California High School seniors Matt Oerly and Allan Burger know that all too well.

Eugene students release balloons at FCA cancer event

Just after her father learned he had cancer, Jess Adrian also learned she would be an aunt.

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Taking out the trash has a whole new meaning for Russellville students

The new environmental science class at Russellville High School is a win-win-win-win.

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Healing House offers women a second chance

The Healing House and New Beginnings, a not-for-profit, is on its way to becoming Jefferson City’s first recovery house and program for women who suffer from substance abuse.

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