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Lincoln County Ambulance District and Air Methods, the leading air medical service in the U.S., recently announced the opening of a new ARCH Air Medical Service (ARCH) helicopter base in Lincoln County.  

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Last week, I objected during the Joint Session count of electoral votes in order to have a debate on the issue of election integrity. My objection proceeded according to the letter of the statute, which specifically permits for objections and debate, and followed the traditions of Congress. …

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump was impeached by the U.S. House for a historic second time Wednesday, charged with “incitement of insurrection” over the deadly mob siege of the Capitol in a swift and stunning collapse of his final days in office.

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Today, the News Media Alliance and the National Newspaper Association – representing thousands of local newspapers across the United States – have joined a legal challenge of an order by the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) that would effectively eliminate a Congressionally-mandated limit …

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To kick off the 2021 New Year, the Moscow Mills Bicentennial Committee is hosting a scavenger hunt that will take visitors to each historic location in the city. 

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It was a war unlike any seen before, and hopefully will never see again. It was a war that pit brother against brother, and father against son. It split the United States in half and many tears were shed on the battlefield. But a crime against humanity was being done, and so it was that the …

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On Jan. 6, United States Representative Blaine Luetkemeyer joined 36 of his colleagues in objecting to slates of electors in four battleground states key to Joe Biden’s defeat of President Donald Trump in November’s general election.

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Before everyone puts their stretchy waistband pants in cold storage after the grand food fest of the holidays, take pause.  For those still in sweets-n-goodies mode, yet another dessert destination stands as the finale for holiday eating gone wild.

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Among the many symbols that stir the soul during the holidays is the Christmas tree.  The ritual trimming of the tree, the singers gathered ‘round the tree, and the Nativity scenes placed gently beneath the tree are sights that can be seen in thousands of locations across the country.

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The Lincoln County Sheriff Department is proud to announce the success of their new “Adopt a SuperKid” program, spearheaded by Stephanie Link, violence and crisis intervention specialist of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department.

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Last month, Oasis Resource Center on West College Street in Troy held a online baby registry through Amazon, and raised over $9,000 in items. Executive Director Katie Lyczak stands among the gifts that were donated from around the country.

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At the end of one of his regular trips to Ozark National Scenic Riverways in Shannon County earlier this year, Bryon Striebeck decided to pull out his phone to snap a quick picture of a couple of his friends rowing out of a cave after playing some guitars on the Current River.

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After nearly a quarter-of-a-century of service to the people of Lincoln County, Dr. Virginia Mennemeyer will be sharing her knowledge of dentistry and healthcare with the rest of the state of Missouri.

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Shipments of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine have reached hospitals nationwide, as well, as Mercy Hospital-Lincoln. 

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First-person stories plucked from the files of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) provide ample proof that the CoVid epidemic plagues not just physical health but emotional well-being also.

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After 34 years of being located on East Cherry Street, the owners of Sugar Grove Growers are happy to announce they are moving to a new location on South Lincoln Drive, just around the corner. 

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When Don and Sarah Koelsch made the decision to uproot their life and move to Winfield in June, they were excited to start over and have more time together as a family.  But as life often goes, a wrench was thrown into their plans. 

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UPDATED STORY (Dec. 10, 2020, 2:27 p.m.) On Dec. 9, the Lincoln County Health Department Board of Trustees approved new mitigation measures in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.Called “COVID Stops With Me,” the measures include a mask requirement. Anyone 10 years of age or older in …