Michelle Brooks



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Students turn Eugene school into ‘Living Museum’

Marie Curie was surrounded by test tubes and a periodic chart; Dr. Suess donned the familiar striped-stove pipe hat of his character the Cat in the Hat; and Stan Musial brought his baseball bat and St. Louis Cardinals uniform.

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Formula for success

Mary ‘Dr. M’ Miranda helps LPA students get more out of science

Science teachers at Lighthouse Preparatory Academy are thankful this year for a dedicated science laboratory.

Tougher demolition ordinance proposed

Concerned citizens have saved the city months of staff time, developing a replacement ordinance to address demolition applications.

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Planning makes perfect: From food to transportation to getting around a new facility

Breakfast was served at two St. Mary’s Hospitals Sunday morning.

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St. Mary's mission of faith-centered care endures

Immigrant nuns arrived to face a smallpox epidemic with only $5, but carried with them a faith and compassion, which remains the cornerstone of St. Mary's health care mission in Jefferson City.

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Eugene band steps up its competition

For a high school band whose members have an average age of 13, the Eugene Marching Eagles put on a first-place performance their first time at the Missouri Homecoming contest this fall.

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Heritage in faith

Temple Beth El is the oldest temple west of the Mississippi River and 14th oldest in US

A historical treasure sits surrounded by modern-day buildings and parking lots. Inside the small, simple exterior of Temple Beth El, 318 Monroe St., is a place of worship, rich in heritage and faith.

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Russellville students pay tribute to veterans

Russellville schools honored 27 local veterans from all four branches and the National Guard at a schoolwide assembly Tuesday.

Viewpoint: Let every day be Veterans Day

In my youth, a soldier was like a comic book hero to me, a war veteran like an award winner.

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Latest Silver Star Banner recipients span three wars

Robust, standing ovations showed the appreciation of more than 150 soldiers, civilians and veterans to four other veterans who were recognized by the Silver Star Banner Monday.

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