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Examiner
Posted at 1:01 AM

Im a list-maker by nature. The problem is that those lists are sometimes on napkins, tiny pieces of paper or Post-its, which means I occasionally find important notes like the ones that list my prayer requests crumpled up in my purse.So clearly I needed one central place to track gratitude and concerns. But what I also needed was something that would prompt me to think of what I might do in addition to praying for people.

Posted at 1:01 AM

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Matt Starks, of Independence, will be competing in the “Super Bowl” of tree climbing later this month: The International Tree Climbing Championship.He and 60 other climbers from 17 countries will be participating in a series...

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The Truman Heartland Community Foundation is taking applications for its annual grants, which this year total about $281,000.For years, the foundation has awarded grants to various community groups, and last year it added a new fund, the...

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JEFFERSON CITY – While the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on whether premium health care insurance subsidies could be used in states that did not set up their own exchange, one Republican lawmaker told a Missouri Senate panel Wednesday...

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JEFFERSON CITY – Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback touted his income tax policies Wednesday during a visit to Missouri's capital city, telling Republican legislators and business groups there that "the seeds of growth" are starting to sprout in...

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JEFFERSON CITY – A Missouri House panel has added money for K-12 schools and higher education to next year's budget, including restoring $12 million for colleges and universities that Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon had recommended but which had...

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Updated at 11:08 PM

The air outside the SoccerDome was frigid, as icy flakes slowly began to cover the parking lot of the Kansas City practice facility.But inside, the competitive nature of a series of practice games between members of coach Vlatko...

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