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    Pulaski County Daily News
  • Two Dixon residents total cars, suffer moderate injuries
  • Commissioner says he's 'being beat up' over Hunters Point road
  • County announces closure of Brownville, Riddle roads
  • Four Wednesday crashes injure at least two people, one vehicle totaled
  • Crocker, Waynesville top area APR school test reports
  • Five locals injured in Tuesday crashes
  • Hardman announces candidacy for re-election as Waynesville mayor
  • Hospital commander hopes to improve basic trainee experience with Army medicine
  • Post officials prepare for Halloween
  • Tim Harrison named Waynesville Teacher of the Quarter
  • **EDITORIAL** Waynesville isn’t Ferguson; we must not act that way
  • Commissioners hoping for FEMA reimbursement soon
  • Krill to health department staff: 'You must take vacations, not cash'
  • Sheriff warns of libel litigation following online drunk driving claims
  • Three injured, two seriously, in Sunday St. Robert rollover wreck
  • Two vehicles totaled in separate single-vehicle weekend wrecks
  • Waynesville superintendent responds to Camdenton comments against Waynesville band
  • Camdenton, Waynesville school officials pledge investigation of racial slurs at Friday football game
  • Man arrested after fleeing scene of Highway Y rollover wreck
  • Bomb threat prompts extra security for Waynesville parent-teacher conferences
  • Three-vehicle Highway 28 wreck rolls one vehicle; two hurt
  • Commissioners deal with noisy neighbors, cemetery burial complaints
  • County inches closer to getting federal OK to fix August 2013 flood-damaged roads
  • Jaguar extensively damaged after hitting deer near Buckhorn
  • Hunter finds volatile commercial-grade explosives in Mark Twain National Forest
  • Iberia woman rolls vehicle near Crocker but suffers only minor injuries
  • County agrees to grade road leading to Weeks Hollow sewer plant
  • Dixon police seek felony charges against unknown assailant who killed dog with an arrow
  • Two Dixon residents injured in Saturday wreck
  • Commissioners concerned about employee health insurance costs
  • Waynesville debates who can remove city police chief if needed
  • Dixon city marshal and wife arrested on multiple felonies
  • Crocker teen hurt in Monday wreck
  • Dixon approves water rate increase
  • Dixon police being driven 'batty' by elementary school alarm calls
  • Dixon street repair to be sent out for bids now that sewer work is done
  • **EDITORIAL:** A conservative case against the Confederate flag
    Obituaries
  • Betty Jean Rodman (6/7/1932-10/23/2015), 83, of Kansas City
  • Kenny Dale Jennings (7/26/1978-10/21/2015), 37, of ‪Crocker
  • Matthew Chase Matthews (8/4/1984-10/20/2015), 31, of ‪Rolla
  • Nancy Jo Roberts (2/17/1963-10/19/15), 52, of ‪Stoutland, formerly of Richland
  • Leah Helen Gordon (4/26/1944-10/14/2015), 71, of ‎Waynesville
  • Sharlene M. Elliott (3/28/1942-10/16/2015), 73, of ‪Dixon
    Area Voices
  • Hartzler supports newly-elected Speaker Paul Ryan
  • Hartzler: Standing up for health care. shutting down Obamacare
  • McCaskill challenges fraternity, sorority groups undermining campus sexual assault prevention efforts
  • McCaskill questions Bureau of Prisons about pilot program for non-violent, elderly prisoners
  • McCaskill questions defense secretary on mustard gas experiments
  • McCaskill seeks accountability for Navy admiral who may have illegally retaliated against whisteblowers
  • McCaskill’s legislation aims to prevent financial exploitation of seniors
  • Keeping Ghouls and Goblins Safe
  • Blunt fights to protect Missouri families from energy price hikes
  • Sen. Blunt honored for work on behalf of military families
  • Senate approves critical cyber security bill
  • Pulaski County Sheriff's View #142 for Oct. 26, 2015
  • Hartzler named to select investigative panel on organ trafficking
  • Hartzler votes to dismantle key Obamacare provisions
  • McCaskill on latest Republican attempt to repeal Affordable Care Act
  • McCaskill responds to latest indictments on Army National Guard recruiting case
    Court Reports
  • Dixon Municipal Court report for October 2015
  • Crocker Police Report 10/26/2015
  • Prosecutors report for Oct. 26, 2015
  • Pulaski Circuit Court Report 10/26/2015
  • Pulaski Circuit Court Report 10/14/2015
    MoDOT road construction reports
  • 2015-10-23 MoDOT road construction
    Agendas for government meetings
  • 2015-10-28 Agendas for meetings
  • 2015-10-23 Agendas for meetings
  • 2015-10-21 Agendas for meetings
  • 2015-10-20 Agendas for meetings
  • 2015-10-19 Agendas for meetings

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