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Throwing away dirty, unacceptable items imposes major burdens on recyclers

December 5, 2018 by in category Cleaning, Community in Missouri

Throwing away dirty, unacceptable items imposes major burdens on recyclers By ELI CHEN • DEC 3, 2018 Waste company Republic Services began processing recycling for Kirkwood, Brentwood and municipalities contracted with Waste Management in early November because Resource Management stopped accepting single-stream recycling. ELI CHEN | ST. LOUIS PUBLIC RADIO The stuff we’re throwing into recycling bins is […]

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Columbia Fire Department trains to deal with infectious diseases

December 5, 2018 by in category Community in Missouri, Infectious Disease

Columbia Fire Department trains to deal with infectious diseases By: Katie Greathouse Posted: Dec 03, 2018 06:25 PM CST Updated: Dec 03, 2018 06:25 PM CST   https://www.abc17news.com/39019c29-b67c-4f48-89b2-c89cfba6b457 COLUMBIA, Mo. – Members of the Columbia Fire Department participated in a training Monday on how to handle infections diseases. According to the department, the training covered a review of […]

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Shooting victim at Catholic supply store recalled as ‘lovely soul’

November 26, 2018 by in category Community in Missouri, Crime Scene

Shooting victim at Catholic supply store recalled as ‘lovely soul’ BY  CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE November 22, 2018 HIGH RIDGE, Mo. – Music played a big part in a Mass of remembrance for Jamie Schmidt Nov. 20 at St. Anthony of Padua Church in High Ridge, which was fitting because it had played a big part in […]

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Sullivan, Mo., man fires at police station before fatally shooting himself

November 26, 2018 by in category Crime Scene

Sullivan, Mo., man fires at police station before fatally shooting himself By Rachel Rice St. Louis Post-Dispatch Nov 21, 2018 SULLIVAN • A 44-year-old man fired a handgun at the side of the Sullivan police station and then shot himself in the torso on Wednesday evening, police said. The man later died at a hospital of […]

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Overdose, suicide, murder: Stigma adds to pain of parents who lose adult children

November 21, 2018 by in category Community in Missouri, Infectious Disease

Overdose, suicide, murder: Stigma adds to pain of parents who lose adult children Jackie Rehwald, Springfield News-LeaderPublished 12:10 p.m. CT Nov. 21, 2018 When Amy Blasingim sat down to write her son’s obituary a couple of years ago, the Springfield mom couldn’t bring herself to include how Shea died. “There is such a stigma around addiction […]

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House Springs mother of 3 killed in Catholic Supply shooting was active in church, sang in choir

November 21, 2018 by in category Crime Scene

House Springs mother of 3 killed in Catholic Supply shooting was active in church, sang in choir By Christine Byers, Denise Hollinshed and Kim Bell St. Louis Post-Dispatch ST. LOUIS COUNTY • A House Springs woman killed by a gunman at a Catholic Supply store in St. Louis County was active in her church choir and […]

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Substance abuse program leader speaks out following deaths of 3 in Stone County, Mo.

November 21, 2018 by in category Community in Missouri

Substance abuse program leader speaks out following deaths of 3 in Stone County, Mo. By Kadee Brosseau | Posted: Mon 6:08 PM, Nov 19, 2018  |  Updated: Mon 6:53 PM, Nov 19, 2018 NEAR LAMPE, Mo. — A prevention team is speaking out about a triple drug overdose in Stone County, Mo. They say the drug abuse epidemic is making […]

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Volunteer nonprofit focuses on helping children impacted by homicide

November 21, 2018 by in category Community in Missouri

Volunteer nonprofit focuses on helping children impacted by homicide Cat Reid Posted: 10:13 AM, Nov 19, 2018 Updated: 11:29 PM, Nov 19, 2018 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The devastating effects of homicide are felt long after the police leave and the crime scene tape comes down. Healing Pathway Victim Service Agency, a KC nonprofit, aims to help […]

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Mom who lost son to suicide visits local school

November 21, 2018 by in category Community in Missouri

Mom who lost son to suicide visits local school November 20th, 2018by Phillip Sitter Angie Wallace talks about suicide prevention to Blair Oaks High School students Monday. Wallace spoke on behalf of the Taylor Wallace Gilpin Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Photo by Mark Wilson /News Tribune. Angie Wallace wasn’t quite sure Monday how many times — maybe three […]

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Teen suicide rates termed epidemic nationally, locally

November 15, 2018 by in category Crime Scene

Teen suicide rates termed epidemic nationally, locally By Kevin McClintock kmcclintock@joplinglobe.com Kevin McClintock Nov 8, 2018 Dubbed an epidemic by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide rates among Americans have been on the uptick in 49 states over the past 20 years. Among teens, suicide is the second leading cause of death, just […]

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