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Green blocks state Common Core payments

Temporary restraining order effective only 15 days from Nov. 25

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More invest in animal cruelty investigator training

Program coordinator: law enforcement enrollment increases

The National Animal Cruelty Investigations School has seen a rise in interest the past decade. A program coordinator attributes that increase to an increased awareness of animal cruelty and neglect issues.

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New Bloomfield Elementary invites grandparents to school

Click to see photos from New Bloomfield Elementary's grandparent's day.

Blue Jays crush Central Christian, log first win

Senior guard Brandon Moore missed just one field goal to push Westminster to its first win of the season, a 74-38 triumph over the Central Christian College of the Bible Saints on Monday night at Westminster Gymnasium.

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DNR issues permit for hog farm in Kingdom City

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources issued Callaway Farrowing, LLC a permit for a hog farm with more than 10,000 hogs to operate in Callaway County. Opposition group Friends For Responsible Agriculture plan to appeal the permit's issuance.

WWU’s Sanders, Wilson compete at NAIA cross country championships

Senior Lee Anna Sanders and junior Kaleb Wilson represented William Woods at the 35th-annual NAIA cross country championships on Saturday.

Westminster men tumble at Central Missouri

The Blue Jays’ 48-percent shooting performance wasn’t enough to push them past the defending NCAA Division II national champion Mules in a 91-68 on Saturday.

Johnson's post career high in William Woods' AMC win

Junior forward DJ Johnson’s career-high 25 points led all players as the Owls held off the Bulldogs 86-82 in their American Midwest Conference opener on Saturday at Anderson Arena.

Lady Wildcats bow to Centralia in their opener

Senior guard Mykaela Bonnett paced the Lady Wildcats with 19 points in a season-opening 49-42 loss to the Lady Panthers on Monday night.

Ladybirds fall to Hermann to open season

The North Callaway girls’ basketball team was outscored 11-4 in the fourth quarter in dropping its season opener to the Hermann Lady Bearcats 37-27 on Monday night.

Bulldogs' defense making life on run miserable

South Callaway limits Palmyra to 63 yards on ground in Class 2 semifinal victory

The South Callaway Bulldogs’ disruptive defense doesn’t need any fancy schemes when it comes to disabling an opponent’s running game.

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Three in custody following chase

Three people were taken into custody after a chase that began in Jefferson City ended in Callaway County, Monday.

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Ameren Missouri's Callaway Energy Center finishes refueling, maintenance outage

The planned outage was one of largest in the nuclear plant's history

Ameren Missouri's Callaway Energy Center is back in service after finishing its 20th planned refueling and maintenance outage. During this outage, the plant replaced its original reactor vessel head that was installed when the plant first went online in 1984.

Fulton man arrested over weekend for Auxvasse home invasion

Callaway County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a reported home invasion at about 4:08 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22 on the 200 block of Morgan Street in Auxvasse. The suspect was arrested later that morning.

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Callaway Energy Center builds dry storage for plant’s spent nuclear fuel

Ameren Missouri expects to complete construction by summer 2015

Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center is expecting to wrap up construction on its dry cask storage space by summer 2015. The dry cask storage, a structure that will be located on Ameren’s Callaway Energy Center campus, will help Ameren expand the life of the plant by giving it the space to store spent fuel assemblies through 2044.