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Jefferson City News Tribune
From #jcmo Inside Business: Side gig, financial appealhe started driving for Uber two years ago, he's serviced more than 3,000 fares.
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
he started driving for Uber two years ago, he's serviced more than 3,000 fares. Many weekends, especially during the school year, he'll drive to Columbia to ferry around college students. On this night, he wears gray slacks, a white dress... Read more
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Carroll County News
Lady Tigers excited for 2017 seasonthe Lady Tigers aren't plenty prepared heading into the season. "We did a lot
Carroll County News / Posted 7 days ago
the Lady Tigers aren't plenty prepared heading into the season. "We did a lot of practices in June and went to a camp in Rolla, Mo.,� coach Trista Killingsworth said. "That was awesome because we were able to see where we were early on so we... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Ed Tuck, investor who made GPS usable for boaters and ‘Bubbas,’ dies at 85late-night Thai restaurant; helped lost road-trippers pretend they know exactly
Bangor Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
late-night Thai restaurant; helped lost road-trippers pretend they know exactly where they’re going; and enabled countless schoolchildren to avoid learning how to properly read a map. Tuck was forced for decades to remind people that he was not... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
University of Missouri takes $22 million hit as Greitens acts on state budgetstate budget for the year beginning Saturday. The cut was part of $251 million
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
state budget for the year beginning Saturday. The cut was part of $251 million in spending restrictions — $36 million from higher education — that were needed to balance spending with expected state revenues. Greitens also vetoed three spending... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Detectives on the scene of Springfield car fireNext Up in Community News COLUMBUS — The Ohio State Highway Patrol plans to cr
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 27 days ago
Next Up in Community News COLUMBUS — The Ohio State Highway Patrol plans to cracking down on impaired drivers during the Fourth of July weekend — June 30 through July 4, according to a state law enforcement news release. OSHP reports its... Read more

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