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Our Opinion: Know the signs of stroke, heart disease

The leading cause of death in the United States may not always be preceded by “fair” warning.

Mississippi football cited in 13 of 28 violations

Mississippi’s football program was cited by the NCAA in nearly half of the 28 rules violations levied against the school in the Notice of Allegations the university recently received, said a person with knowledge of the investigation.

Girls Basketball: Jamestown 63, St. Paul Lutheran 35

Four Jamestown players scored in double figures Tuesday in a 63-35 win against St. Paul Lutheran: Concordia.

Boys Basketball: Tuscumbia 49, St. Elizabeth 46

The Tuscumbia Lions captured a 49-46 decision Tuesday night in a back-and-forth contest with the St. Elizabeth Hornets.

Boys Basketball: Fatima 79, Eugene 58

Nolan Huot scored 26 points to power Fatima to a 79-58 win against Eugene on Tuesday.

Theissen’s shot lifts Jamestown boys to win

Cole Theissen hit a 3-pointer with :03 remaining Tuesday night to send the Jamestown Eagles to a 39-38 victory against St. Paul Lutheran: Concordia.

Girls Basketball: Chamois 34, Russellville 25

Cheyenne Hemeyer totaled 13 points Tuesday night to lead Chamois to a 34-25 win against Russellville.

4-vehicle crash leaves 2 injured

Two people were hurt in a four-vehicle accident Monday afternoon in Jefferson City.

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No injuries in Osage County train fire

Fire crews from various Osage County fire protection districts spent part of Tuesday morning dealing with a fire on a Union Pacific coal train.

Our Opinion: Students share insights from accidents

Promoting safety for teen drivers is a common theme in this forum, but students who have experienced the consequences of distracted driving are more persuasive communicators.

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