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With two of the metro region’s top pitchers toiling in the circle in Blue Springs’ Alexis Reid and Lee’s Summit’s Emily Robinson, respective veteran coaches Roger Lower and Tracy Bertoncin likely assumed runs would be at a premium during Tuesday’s battle of Suburban Big Six heavyweights.But neither has encountered the situation that ultimately accounted for the lone tally in Blue Springs’ 1-0 victory on its home Coen Field.As Reid led...

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The United States in 1900 had 76 million citizens, and women won the right to vote in four western states that year. Women also wore dresses long enough to hide their ankles and paid 14 cents a dozen for eggs and 4 cents a pound for sugar.

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A wildfire near Sacramento is threatening more than 1,600 homes and 800 other buildings, officials said. The fire comes as California suffers through a drought. Hundreds of residents have been ordered to evacuate, while many others are under...

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Michael Scherer did it again, only this time he added a little bit of dramatic flair to his heroics.After scoring a pair of goals in a 2-0 victory against Blue Springs last week, Scherer spearheaded William Chrisman’s offensive...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL6:30 p.m. — William Chrisman at TrumanHIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER6:30 p.m. — St. Joseph Central at Blue...

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On a Wednesday afternoon in late August, Kerry Washington's shih tzu-Yorkie mix, Josie, is napping...

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It's duck and cover time at A&E. Since reality megahit Duck Dynasty lost more than half its...

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The Independence Chamber of Commerce says more than 300,000 people attended this year’s Santa-Cali-Gon festival over the Labor Day weekend.Although dogged by criticism about changes in recent years, the chamber says it’s made...

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