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Hot videoGrizzly bear brothers Keema and Denali hibernated through their 20th birthday in January, along with thesnowy winter. So the Woodland Park Zoo trucked in snow so they could celebrate.

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Fort Osage girls soccer coach Andrew Fletcher sensed there was something different about Fort Osage’s 3-0 win Thursday night over visiting William Chrisman than the Indians’ other wins this season.“Tonight was what I...

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Every Sunday morning, the Truman High School auditorium is transformed into a sanctuary of worship, prayer and praise for the fledgling congregation of Church of the Four Corners.The nondenominational church derives its name from a story...

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While the players on Fort Osage’s baseball team might have been kicking themselves for some missed opportunities at the plate that allowed for an extra inning against visiting Staley, Indians coach Chris Walker kicked himself for a little...

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The Independence Police Department plans to hold a sobriety checkpoint and saturation patrol this weekend, with the aim of stopping drunken drivers.The department says the operation will be conducted in “an area of Independence...

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FRAMINGHAM – Most people heading to the Marathon route on Monday have a good idea of what they’ll be seeing this year – uniformed and undercover police along city streets, bomb-sniffing dogs, security checkpoints at the starting and finish...

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HOPKINTON – Third-grader Will Masterson practiced his Swahili with Frankline Chepkwony at the Elmwood School on Thursday morning.Chepkwony is an elite Kenyan runner in this year’s Boston Marathon.

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When it comes to conference play, there is one word that comes to mind when thinking of the Lee’s Summit North girls soccer team – dominance.That is exactly what the Broncos displayed Thursday night, dominating the possession...

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The Wild Bird Center’s April bird walk is this Saturday. It’s at the Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge in far northwest Missouri, and there should be a wide variety of migrating waterfowl and shore birds.Birders will leave...

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