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Our Opinion: Reject Amendment 10; retain balance of power

Amendment 10, which would limit gubernatorial powers, would alter the balance of powers to address a temporary, partisan complaint. It deserves defeat in Tuesday’ election.

Our Opinion: Drunk driving is scariest aspect of Halloween

If this Halloween follows a frightening tradition, the scariest aspect will be the prevalence of drunk drivers.

LU to host candidate forum tonight

Lincoln University's Student Government Association will host a candidate forum tonight for the four contested Cole County offices: circuit judge, prosecutor, recorder of deeds and county clerk.

Man sentenced to 3 years for restaurant theft

A French Village man was sentenced to three years in prison after being found guilty of taking nearly $5,000 while working as a co-manager at the Country Kitchen restaurant on Jefferson Street in Jefferson City.

Thursday Night Live returns … with zombies

It is expected that hundreds, if not thousands, of zombies will converge on downtown Jefferson City for the last Thursday Night Live of the season from 6-9 p.m. today.

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Fatima wins another soccer district title

With win against Sullivan

ST. JAMES — It took some time, but the Fatima Comets did it again.

Helias wins soccer district title

Against Camdenton

UNION — Once they got the lead, the Helias Crusaders were not going to let it go.

Our Opinion: No on Amendment 6

Embrace a less costly, preferable option for early voting

In theory, early voting has merit. In the form of Amendment 6 on Tuesday’s ballot, it does not.

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Eugene youngsters find sweet rewards of salesmanship

As a reward for being the top sellers for the Eugene Elementary School PTO annual fundraiser this fall, 30 pre-kindergarten through sixth-grade students enjoyed ice cream at Central Dairy Tuesday.

Local man indicted on sex charge

The Cole County Grand Jury has indicted a Jefferson City man on one count of first-degree sodomy or attempted sodomy after an incident in July.

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