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New Drug Abuse Threat
A new trend has caught on across America. The over the counter drug Imodium AD has been being abused to create an opiate-like high. In some cases, heroin addicts have attempted to use the drugs to get through opiate withdrawals. In others, it is people looking for a legal high. The drug is taken in...
Social Security - Know how the system works.
Knowing how the system works will help ensure you don’t leave benefits on the table There is a knowledge deficit among those who are approaching the age at which they become eligible for Social Security, says senior advocate Dan Weber.  “Social Security is not an entitlement, a government hand-out...
Getting ready for spring.
The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI), an international trade association representing more than 100 power equipment, engine and utility vehicle manufacturers and suppliers, reminds home owners to keep safety in mind when getting out their spring lawn and garden equipment like lawn mowers,...
Hurst's comments on the rural revitalization package.
“Governor Greitens’s announcement of a rural revitalization package is great news for our state. Improving access to broadband, fulfilling obligations to biodiesel producers, improving ports and promoting water quality initiatives will indeed strengthen rural communities. “With an annual economic...
Saturday, March 3 at Hamilton Elementary School
What happens when a young boy plants wonder beans in his own back yard? For Jack, it is the beginning of a great adventure. Audiences are invited to come along Saturday, March 3, when the Missoula Children's Theater (MCT) and more than 50 area students present JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.    The local...
 Winning team members, front row: Brighton Swindler, Nora Ford, Tegan Bruce, McKauley Prothero, Cassie Moore and Ali Trosper. Second row: Manager Will Edwards, Coach Christian Bryant, Head Coach Jordan Richman, Somer Finch, Julia Kanoy, Graycen Prothero, Murphy Park, Atison Allsup, Jessica Richman, Morgan Hartley and Coach Amy Kanoy.
The Lady Hornets defeated Trenton 68-66 in an overtime nail biter to become Class 3 District Champions. On Feb. 28, the Lady Hornets will face the Lafayette Huskers at 6 p.m. at Excelsior Springs High School.
Fad diets can cause bad breath.
Fad diets gain popularity because they let you shed pounds quickly, but health professionals warn they often come with side effects, such as fatigue, nausea, headaches, constipation and dehydration. One additional side effect that doesn’t get as much attention, though, is this: They can cause bad...
Senator Denny Hoskins
This week, the Missouri Senate heard multiple bills geared towards reforming the state’s legal system as well as legislation addressing one of Missouri’s most popular tax credit programs. Senate Bill 608, known as the Business Premises Safety Act received approval from the Missouri Senate. I’m...
A new trend has caught on across America. The over the counter drug Imodium AD has been being abused to create an opiate-like high. In some cases, heroin addicts have attempted to use the drugs to get through opiate withdrawals. In others, it is people looking for a legal high. The drug is taken in...
Beets are nutritious and easy to grow.
Few vegetables elicit less excitement from the average gardener than beet. Once relegated to pickling or making borscht, beet is enjoying greater respect due to its reported health benefits, said University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. Beets contain plant pigments called...

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