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22 hrs ago | Springfield News-Leader
Joshua D. Ford, the 33-year-old Springfield man shot to death by Greene County deputies Sunday, has a documented history of hostility toward law enforcement and mental health issues.
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Should the federal government stop offering subsidized student loans?
Authorities say the driver in a crash that killed an Aldrich woman in June was under the influence of an anti-psychotic drug used to treat depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Include full name, city of residence and a phone number. President Obama just outfoxed Republicans again by delaying the small business sign-up that was supposed to have a deadline of Nov. 30. Now the new deadline is conveniently enough after the elections in November 2014.
Gray joined the library district in 2003. She has worked in youth services, the library reference department and was branch manager of the Strafford and Fair Grove branch libraries.
This raises the question of whether these revenue sources were there all along but just not discussed publicly.
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If you're looking for some holiday spirit, you'll find it at the library this week.
How do you recruit and retain Greene County corrections officers? Sheriff Jim Arnott is open to suggestions.
Greene County Corrections Officer Chris Allen was relieved last spring when voters approved a $5 million sales tax increase.
Reid Lee lived out his final days under a bridge near the Little Sac River north of Springfield.
Methinks something smells bad. Maybe they are simply pulling the wool over our eyes.
More than 8,000 runners, walkers and costumed Pilgrims and turkeys ran this morning's 19th annual 5K Turkey Trot through the streets of Springfield.
The historic one-room Liberty School, long closed and leaning slightly to one side, will soon get a new life as part of the Gray-Campbell Farmstead.