Donors relieve Tolton debt

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COLUMBIA- An announcement from Bishop Shawn McKnight at Father Tolton today revealed the school’s $6.2 million-dollar debt will be completely paid off by private donors over a three-year period. Most of the debt comes from building of the school in 2010, which took approximately $15 million-dollars and a bond of […]

Missouri joins multi-state investigation of JUUL

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JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri joined a bipartisan, multistate investigation of JUUL Labs on Tuesday, according to Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt. Schmitt announced in a press release 39 states are investigating JUUL’s marketing and sales practices such as targeting youth consumers. “Ensuring that Missourians, especially our kids and teenagers, are […]

Three arrested during Fulton traffic stop

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FULTON – Three people were arrested in Fulton Tuesday morning after one person fled from a traffic stop. A Fulton officer stopped a car on West 2nd Street and Westminster Avenue for a traffic violation. During the stop, one passenger fled while officers found methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and a handgun […]

Student athletes would see compensation under new bill

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JEFFERSON CITY – A new Missouri House bill would prohibit organizations like the NCAA from preventing student-athletes from receiving compensation for their name, image, likeness, or athletic reputation, and would allow them to get representation for themselves.  The bill’s sponsor said it’s not necessarily paying players, but allowing them to […]

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