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FULTON — The inaugural Christmas Market at the Fulton Train Depot opened this week, breathing new life into the historic building that had been closed to the public for over 40 years. Wednesday marked the 110th anniversary since the depot originally opened. After serving as a holiday attraction for people from mid-Missouri and beyond, the site will become the home to Grae Studio, an interior ...

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President Biden arrived in the White House 10 months ago with two top foreign policy priorities: He wanted to rebuild the alliances his predecessor had trashed, and he wanted to focus on the U.S. competition with China. History, and other great powers, don't always cooperate with presidents' grand designs. The most dangerous international crisis at the moment has come not from Asia, but from a ...

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Nov. 28—Kansas City police have identified the person shot and killed Friday afternoon as 32-year-old Edmon Alexander III. Officers initially responded to the sound of shots fired in the area of 43rd Street and Askew Avenue just after 7:30 p.m. At the same time, a second report of shots fired was reported nearby at 43rd Street and Cleveland Avenue, Kansas City police said. When officers ...

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. - A day later, the Blue Jackets' luck ran out. After stealing a win Friday night at Nationwide Arena, they came to St. Louis to finish a back-to-back set hoping to win a fourth straight game by playing better than they did against the Vancouver Canucks 24 hours earlier. Instead, the St. Louis Blues handed them a harsh lesson in a 6-3 rout Saturday night at Enterprise Center - ...

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Nov. 27—Although he's spent most of his 95 years in his native Charleston, Sherman "Nemo" Nearman is a North Carolinian at heart. "I'm still a West Virginian, but I'm also a Tar Heel," Nearman said during a recent visit to his Kanawha City home. "My blood is Carolina Blue." It's so blue that Nearman made a point of wearing a Carolina basketball T-shirt for an interview and photo session, and ...

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ST. LOUIS — The Blues got to the end of a challenging stretch of their schedule on Saturday, one made even more challenging by a rash of COVID-19 cases and some significant offensive struggles. The Blues played 12 games over the course of three weeks, and Sunday and Monday will mark the first time they’ve had consecutive days off since Nov. 5 and 6, when they were 6-1-1. The Blues had gone ...

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SUNDAY’S SCHEDULE MEN’S BASKETBALL Kutztown at Golden-Beacom, 1 St. Francis at Lehigh, 7 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Missouri at Lehigh, 12 Cornell at Lafayette, 1 SATURDAY’S RESULTS COLLEGE FOOTBALL Division III Tournament MUHLENBERG 14, DELAWARE VALLEY 0 Muhlenberg (11-1) 7-7-0-0 — 14 Delaware Valley 0-0-0-0 — 0 FIRST QUARTER M: Mitch Daniel 5 pass from Mike Hnatkowsky (Nick Stannard kick) (9-46, ...

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Nov. 27—Battle lines have been drawn. You either believe Jimmy Garoppolo is a fine quarterback who can lead the 49ers to another Super Bowl, or you see him as Captain Mediocre, with whom the 49ers are doomed to suck until he is gone. Middle ground? Zero. If you believe it's time for Trey Lance, you likely make your case by bashing Garoppolo, denigrating him personally and professionally, and ...

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Nov. 27—Over the past few days, John Billharz and his wife Cameo thought about how they could make the most impact to help Kevin Strickland. Billharz is the president of Redwood Pediatrics, which he started with his wife in 2017 in Kansas City. He found out about Strickland, who was exonerated last week in a 1978 triple murder, from watching and reading news coverage. But he also learned that ...

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The path to the Kansas City Chiefs' first Super Bowl championship required the invention of a new defensive scheme. They rolled out the "Triple Stack" defense, they dubbed it, which would shut down the Minnesota Vikings and their top-ranked offense in Super Bowl IV. Curley Culp will be remembered as the lineman at the center of that championship strategy. He died Saturday ...