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Month: September 2016

Thieves strike Linn auto dealer

Thieves are still at large after targeting a dealership in Linn. Police said someone stole the wheels off of seven high-end SUV’s at the Butler Dealership between Wednesday night and Thursday morning. The Osage County Sheriff and the Missouri State highway Patrol are helping investigate. ABC 17 News is told the suspects caused extensive property

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CenturyLink reducing it’s workforce

CenturyLink employees throughout the country are being given the opportunity to take voluntary severance packages and participate in outplacement assistance programs. According to CenturyLink spokesman Mark Molzen, the company is evaluating its cost structure and business practices, and has found the need to reduce its employee related costs. Initially, the company is not targeting any

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News Reporter

Job Description: The successful candidate’s duties will include gathering information, writing, shooting, cultivating sources and editing stories from around Mid-Missouri for nightly newscasts, station’s website and other digital platforms. Qualifications: Applicants must have the ability to effectively communicate with the public and internally. They must have strong writing and organizational skills, videography and video editing

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Friday evening, September 30

TONIGHT: Clouds look to increase overnight keeping temperatures in the mid 50s with northerly winds becoming light under 7 mph. SATURDAY: Beginning the day on the comfortable side with mostly cloudy skies. Highs will top out in the lower 70s, as thick cloud coverage sticks around. Some light showers are possible east of 63, as

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Fall Foliage Forecast

We’re ending the month of September unseasonably warm, about 4 degrees above normal since the 1st of the month. This, impart to the rainfall this year and weather pattern through the first of October will play a role in when peak foliage occurs this October. If you remember the Fall of 2015, it was rather

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LU faculty senate passes vote of no confidence in provost, vice president of academic affairs

The Lincoln University faculty senate said it has lost confidence in the leadership of university provost and vice president of academic affairs. The faculty senate approve a “no confidence” resolution Thursday on Dr. Said Sewell in an 88 to 18 vote, according to senate secretary Rachel Sale. In the action item’s summary, the faculty senate

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