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Lee’s Summit North senior Michael Hynes hoped to finish his career by standing atop the podium at the St. Peters Rec-Plex, the site of November’s boys state swimming and diving meet.Instead, he was a step or two down. But when he graduates this spring the senior will have his name littered across the school record board at the Lee’s Summit Aquatics Center.Hynes is this year’s Examiner Boys Swimmer of the Year after placing second in the 50-yard...

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  If you are a commercial property owner, investor, or manager, you tend to have a lot on your plate when it comes to maintenance.

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I first fell in love with felt Advent calendars about six years ago when I saw a Christmas tree with 25 superbly decorated pockets at Pottery Barn.

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WEEK IN RELIGIONAn evangelical Muslim preacher is being investigated by Pakistani police for allegedly making blasphemous comments about Islam in a viral video that began circulating earlier this month.

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Only 3 percent of all sidewalks in Blue Springs are in full American Disability Act compliance, but that will soon change.Transystems, a Kansas City-based transportation consulting company, surveyed more than 168 miles of sidewalks and...

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Zachary Mallory flew out to New York last month to attend the ceremony for Nickelodeon’s HALO Awards and to also collect one for his gay and lesbian advocacy work.The Van Horn High School senior got a chance to meet Victoria Justice...

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Missouri has selected a new education commissioner who is pledging to build relationships and focus on students as the department moves on from the resignation of a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling...

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Preparation matters, and businesses that think through disaster scenarios and do some planning are more likely to recover when trouble comes, a Joplin civic leader told local business leaders.“Disasters do happen. For us, it was a...

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JEFFERSON CITY – A bill filed this month would require pregnant women to get permission from the father before having an abortion except in cases of incest and what the Missouri Republican who sponsored the legislation called "legitimate...

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ST. LOUIS – Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday ended the state of emergency that he declared for the St. Louis area ahead of unrest over the Ferguson grand jury decision, praising the work of police and the National Guard in preventing...

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