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University of Missouri to hold in-person graduations

Herald-Standard 26 Feb 2021
(AP) — The University of Missouri plans to hold in-person graduation ceremonies this spring after canceling the ceremonies last year because of the coronavirus pandemic ... Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla earlier announced that it would hold in-person graduation ceremonies this year.
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Ditto.

Memphis Flyer 24 Feb 2021
We're both Baby Boomers, both from a small town in Missouri, and both of us grew up in a Republican family ... In Rush's home state of Missouri, legislators are talking about establishing a state holiday in his name. A state holiday! His bust already resides in the state capitol building — kind of like Nathan Bedford Forrest's up in Nashville.
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After mental health break, a turnaround at Detroit Mercy

The Bradford Era 24 Feb 2021
DETROIT (AP) — Detroit Mercy’s men’s basketball team began the season with three games in five days. A week later, a matchup with Kentucky was canceled ... 15 ... Earlier in December, Duke canceled its remaining nonconference games to help players spend time with family over the holidays ... Tilmon proves to be necessary for Missouri's success ... +3 ... 9 as planned.
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A Missouri outdoor holiday? Why not?

The Joplin Globe 23 Feb 2021
a Missouri outdoor holiday to reconnect a lost generation with the outdoors, or the world we live in today with a generation growing up indoors, their faces buried in screens rather than bronzed by the sun? ... A Missouri outdoor holiday would be a step toward making sure our mind and spirit stay that way.
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Wastewater testing finds UK variant 'widespread' in Missouri (copy)

The Paducah Sun 23 Feb 2021
(AP) — The number of new Missouri coronavirus cases continued to decline on Monday, but state officials cite one cause for concern ... The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 351 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths ... The first Missouri case of the U.K ... 6 in Marion County in northeast Missouri.
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Brown, Jr., Donald C. 1937-2021 St. Joseph, Mo.

News-Press Now 23 Feb 2021
PARKVILLE, Mo. - Donald Cedric Brown, Jr. passed away on Feb. 19, 2021, in Parkville, Missouri, at the age of 84. Born on Jan. 19, 1937, in St ... Don served in the U.S ... He attended St ... Most of all, he loved spending time with his family at birthdays, holidays, at the Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, and grandchildren's sporting events and activities ... 1.04 ... 1.57 ... .
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Wastewater testing finds UK variant 'widespread' in Missouri

San Francisco Chronicle 22 Feb 2021
(AP) — The number of new Missouri coronavirus cases continued to decline on Monday, but state officials cite one cause for concern ... The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 351 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths ... The first Missouri case of the U.K ... 6 in Marion County in northeast Missouri.
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UPDATES: Tucson-area coronavirus developments, Feb. 20: What we know

Olean Times Herald 20 Feb 2021
Patronato's popular holiday concert at San Xavier mission goes virtual ... Shop local safely for last-minute holiday gifts ... No in-person classes after holiday break at most Tucson-area public schools ... There's still time to spread holiday cheers to Tucsonans in need ... With COVID-19 rampant this holiday season, stay home More from this section.
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NFL player Pierre Desir, who has no ties to Houston, donates 10,000 meals to city

ABC7 19 Feb 2021
Free-agent cornerback Pierre Desir donated 10,000 meals to the Houston Food Bank this week to help an area devastated by a blast of wintry weather ... SEE MORE ... Charles, Missouri. Desir has also spearheaded Thanksgiving meal distributions as well as a holiday shoe drive ... .
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Olean, Portville pull off tight victories

Olean Times Herald 19 Feb 2021
MAYVILLE — Leading 31-16 at halftime, the Olean High girls basketball team had not quite put away Chautauqua Lake for the night. The Thunderbirds climbed back in the game, holding OHS to two points in the third quarter ... Micheyla Williams and Hayleigh Federowicz had six rebounds each ... Missouri's Mauller named MAC Wrestler of the Week. 'Holiday hunt' ... 1 ... .
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Olean wins second straight, 71-56 over B-R

Olean Times Herald 19 Feb 2021
OLEAN — After an 0-3 start, the Olean High boys basketball team won its second game in as many nights Thursday, pulling away for a 71-56 non-league victory over Bolivar-Richburg. Senior point guard Jason Brooks poured in 30 points for the Huskies (2-3, 1-2) in the non-league win ... DIV ... Missouri's Mauller named MAC Wrestler of the Week. 'Holiday hunt' ... 1.
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Sign of the times: Ash Wednesday services adjust for pandemic

Columbia Missourian 18 Feb 2021
Despite the cold and slick roads, Columbians still gathered in places of worship for Ash Wednesday ... Wednesday marks the first Ash Wednesday since the COVID-19 pandemic came in full force to Columbia. Gov. Mike Parson declared a state of emergency for Missouri on March 13, two weeks after the religious holiday ... Owen Ziliak/Missourian ... Fr ... LEFT ... RIGHT ... .
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Life at Oaklawn: Fun identifying classmates from old photos

Independent Tribune 16 Feb 2021
By Bobbie Cannon Motley. I heard it thunder on Thursday, Feb. 11, and according to folk lore it should snow in seven days. I am anxious to see if this will come to pass ... Swaringen ... & Mrs ... In 1913 Hallmark Cards of Kansas City, Missouri, began mass producing Valentines and it has been a popular card-giving, and chocolate indulging holiday ever since ... .

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