July is recruiting season for Anderson
Columbia Daily Tribune
Kim Anderson was scheduled to touch down in Atlanta on Wednesday with plans to remain in and around Georgia through the weekend. Missouri's new basketball coach won't have time to take in any sights, except from his car window as he drives to gyms in ...

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150 Years Ago: Anderson's gang kill 9 after crossing Missouri River
Columbia Daily Tribune
Bill Anderson, a one-time resident of Randolph County, crossed the Missouri River from Saline County and commenced a killing spree that left five men dead in an hour and nine dead by nightfall. “The Devil is loose in Chariton and Carroll counties with ...



Kansas City Star (blog)

Having realized a lifelong dream, Missouri coach Kim Anderson gets to work
Kansas City Star (blog)
Two months into it, Kim Anderson still marvels at this: He's the head coach of the University of Missouri's men's basketball team. This was the one thing he forever had wanted. It also was the one thing he had reconciled, or at least compartmentalized ...



Andersons biggest recruit wont leave the bench at Mizzou
FOXSports.com
ST. LOUIS -- It took new Missouri basketball coach Kim Anderson a little while to hire the final assistant coach to complete his staff. There were so many things going on, Anderson said, that he didn't have time to focus on who he wanted for that final ...



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National group honors retired Chamber executive Jim Anderson
KY3
Anderson has been a visible and active figure not only in Springfield, but also statewide. In 2001, Gov. Bob Holden appointed Anderson to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. Among his duties was serving as a member and past chairman ...

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Prosecuting Attorney challenged for first time in 12 years
The Licking News
Anderson cited specific projects he's been involved in establishing and wants to continue creating. Foremost in his mind was the diversionary court programs that, as he said, “use the court system to steer convicted individuals to the resources ...

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VIDEO: Full of history, one-room schools focus of preservation by local groups
Joplin Globe
While Missouri boasted approximately 10,000 one-room schools about a century ago, there are now only an estimated 1,000 of them still standing, according to David Burton, civic communication specialist with University of Missouri Extension in Greene ...

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League Of Women Voters Opposes Trio Of Amendments
Webster Kirkwood Times
Sonya Anderson, R-Springfield, an advocate for the farm bill, described the 2010 puppy mill vote as a turning point in the debate over farming rights. The passage of the amendment is needed to enshrine a right to agriculture and ranching within the ...
Despite opposition, Koster makes case for Right to FarmSpringfield News-Leader

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Kansas City Star

Transplant programs on both coasts long for Midwestern livers
Kansas City Star
KU Hospital is in a transplant donor region that includes Kansas and Missouri along with Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska and Wyoming. About 82 percent of the patients that hospitals in ... “It all comes down to all the players in the community working ...



Black is the New Black: How Blacks Changed the GOP Game
Jackson Free Press
Mitt Romney, openly rebuked the tea party, while the U.S. Senate bids of tea-party darlings Todd Akin in Missouri and Richard Mourdock of Indiana quickly went off the rails. Icons of the Republican .... That legislation, the Matthew Shepard and James ...

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