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Alden stepping down at Missouri

Last day as athletic director will be Aug. 31

The longest-tenured University of Missouri athletic director since the legendary Don Faurot will be stepping down, as Mike Alden has announced he will leave the post Aug. 31.

Our Opinion: Expand Safe at Home, protect victims

Victimization is sustained by fear.

JC man is second charged in November robbery, chase

A second person has been charged in connection with a robbery and chase with authorities in November.

Georgia man sentenced on wire fraud charges

Man illegally received $2.3 million in tax refunds

A Georgia man was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Jefferson City for a wire fraud scheme in which he used the identities of deceased people to obtain more than $2.3 million in tax refunds from many states.

Chamois Lady Pirates defeat Hermann in overtime

It took overtime, but the Chamois Lady Pirates defeated Hermann 52-47 on Wednesday to advance to the championship of the Hermann Tournament.

Boys Basketball: South Callaway 87, New Bloomfield 57

The South Callaway Bulldogs had four players score in double figures Monday night in an 87-57 win against the New Bloomfield Wildcats in the opening round of the Sturgeon Tournament.

Lincoln hoops to host Missouri Western

The Lincoln women will look to start a winning streak while the Lincoln men want to stop a losing skid tonight as the Blue Tigers host Missouri Western in a Mid America Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) basketball doubleheader at Jason Gym.

Lady Crusaders fall to St. Joseph’s Academy

The Helias Lady Crusaders dropped a 48-36 decision to the St. Joseph’s Academy Angels on Wednesday night.

Water line work to close streets Thursday in JC

Missouri American Water Company will be conducting repair work at the intersection of Jefferson and Dunklin Streets, Thursday.

Our Opinion: Time to ground excessive state flights

News Tribune editorial

When verbal barbs are flying, keeping your head down is advisable.

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