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RAPID CITY — Marla Murphy says she still gets anxious every time she walks up to a voter’s front door. That pit-of-her-stomach, deep-seated worry, greets her at night, too, a cumulative effect of all the wondering. ‘‘You...
Sun Belt Commissioner Wright Waters has been urging teams in his conference to wean themselves off money games, arguing that it hurts more than it helps. And it appears that his message is sinking in, as many Sun Belt teams have cut back games they...
Tags: Louisiana, Louisville, Alabama, Nashville, Tennessee
"The Mastaba, Project for the United Arab Emirates" and "Over the River, Project for the Arkansas River, State of Colorado." Christo and Jeanne-Claude's exhibition runs from June 30 to Sept. 4. The Westport Arts Center, 51 Riverside Ave., Westport, (203)...
Tags: Westport, Central Park, Connecticut, New York City, Disasters
DAVID 'HONEYBOY' EDWARDS, 96 Delta blues singer, guitarist David "Honeyboy" Edwards, the once-itinerant Delta blues singer and guitarist who late in life won two Grammy Awards, died Monday of congestive heart failure. Such was his longevity that, as a...
ReporterA Fort Smith, Arkansas man who pleaded guilty to two armed bank robberies in Springfield and Joplin hanged himself in the Greene County Jail. Under the terms of a plea agreement in June, Robert Bruce Knepper, 45, would have been sentenced to 30 years in...
The Reverend Lee Iseley and his wife Jerrianne have called a lot of places home throughout the South and the Midwest. So as they get as close as they likely ever will to retirement, it was only fitting the senior living community they chose is called...
Just when you thought the Republican presidential field was getting set, up pops the most mischievous force in American politics, Sarah Palin. The former Alaska governor — the real deal this time, not actress Julianne Moore channeling her for the...
Tags: Fort McHenry, Los Angeles Times, Elections, Christianity, Alaska
The Hartford CourantGen. Nathaniel Lyon died at the right time. Raised in eastern Connecticut, the 43-year-old West Point graduate was killed while commanding the Union forces at the Battle of Wilson's Creek near Springfield, Mo., on Aug. 10, 1861. He became the first...
Tags: Biography (genre), Louisiana, West Point, Connecticut, Slavery
A heat wave engulfing Kansas has killed about 4,300 turkeys at one farm. Holly Capron said Tuesday she and her husband have been running big fans and fog nozzles for days in their poultry buildings, and they've had a tractor pulling a spray wagon to...
Tags: Turkey (animal), Missouri, Kansas, Capron, North Carolina
The man who wants to build a racetrack in southern Missouri plans to meet Friday with the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. A spokesman for Russell Cook of Hollister confirmed that Cook will meet with the commission to discuss the track, which...
Tags: NASCAR, Missouri, Auto Racing
The recent announcement of President Obama’s White House Rural Council shows renewed federal government recognition of the importance of investment in rural areas. As we continue to move forward in this digital age, we must also recognize that...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — When asked to guess the most popular tourist attraction in Missouri, even non-Midwesterners probably could make some educated guesses. Mark Twain's home along the mighty Mississippi in Hannibal. The Gateway Arch, downriver in...
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