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How cool is this? New Palestine senior Anna Ackerman has been sidelined this season with a knee injury, but made one final appearance on her home floor Tuesday night, starting alongside Class of 2022 classmates Alaina Miller, Taylor Kelley and Rachel Kelley against Eastern Hancock. Not only did Ackerman get the start, she also scored the game's first basket, much to the delight of her coaches ...

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Jan. 19—ANDERSON — The Madison County Board of Commissioners has received the study about construction of a new county jail facility with an estimated cost of $87 million. The commissioners have set a public hearing about the jail study for 11 a.m. Feb. 1 in the council chambers of the Madison County Government Center. Eric Weflen with RQAW recommended the county construct a new jail for ...

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Jan. 19—Pursuit of a federal grant that could help fund a long-awaited extension of the Joplin city sewer system to the Baker's Branch area on the northeast edge of Joplin won support Monday night by the Joplin City Council. The city's finance director, Leslie Haase, said city administrators working with the consulting firm of Baker Tilly picked that project to apply for a grant of up to $2 ...

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Jan. 19—A 43-year-old foster mother from Carthage pleaded guilty Tuesday to the abuse of two girls placed in her care and was sentenced to seven years in prison. Jennifer L. Chambers pleaded guilty in Jasper County Circuit Court to two Class D felony counts of child abuse in a plea deal dismissing two additional Class B felony counts of abuse that she was facing in the case involving ...

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Jan. 19—CARTHAGE, Mo. — The remodeling of the Carthage School District's North Tech Center is three-quarters of the way to completion, which will provide room for more adult and community education programs later this year. The project will allow for more adult training opportunities, including health care certifications, community education, preemployment certification classes, test prep ...

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Jan. 19—Chad Tackett has seen firsthand what it takes to be an Ashland football coach. The former Fairview head man has spent 15 seasons on the Tomcats' sideline and the last seven campaigns as defensive coordinator under Tony Love. Tackett will be the next person to be handed the reins of the historic program and the rich Ashland tradition after he was named the new head coach on Tuesday. ...

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Jan. 19—ANDERSON, Mo. — In a rematch of the 2021 Neosho Holiday Classic black-bracket championship, the Neosho boys basketball team again got the best of McDonald County in a 55-43 triumph Tuesday night at McDonald County High School. Neosho claimed a 70-63 victory over McDonald County in the Holiday Classic finals on Dec. 30 at Neosho High School. The Wildcats (12-5), coming off a narrow win ...

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London — Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will miss Thursday’s League Cup semi-final second leg against Arsenal, but his ankle injury is not serious, assistant manager Pepijn Lijnders has said.The 28-year-old was forced off in the second half of Saturday’s 3-0 Premier League victory over Brentford at Anfield, soon after scoring the Reds’ second goal.The problem rules him out of ...

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Jan. 19—Every Mebane police officer will soon be issued a new body-worn camera. The city council recently granted the department's request to make Axon Enterprise, an Arizona-based company, its sole vendor. The cameras were included in the police budget for 2022, but the department needed approval to make Axon Enterprise its sole vendor. "I am very proud of our Police Department in everything ...

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Jan. 19—World Health Organisation (WHO) chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan on Wednesday said there is "no evidence at all" that healthy children and adolescents need booster doses against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19). Addressing a press conference, Swaminathan said that while there seems to be some waning of vaccine immunity over time against the rapidly spreading Omicron variant of the ...