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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
Updated at 7:29 PM

It is no secret that America has the finest fighting force this world has ever seen. When those brave military men and women return from service, it is our duty to provide them with the benefits they have earned and deserve.

Updated at 6:55 PM

Incumbent Jonathan C. Hines is being challenged by Ryan Yoakum for the Rolla City Council Ward 1 seat that voters will decide in the Tuesday, April 7, election. The Rolla Daily News submitted questionnaires to both candidates about their thoughts on...

Updated at 6:51 PM

When voters in the Rolla city limits go to the polls Tuesday, April 7, for the general municipal election, there will be one issue on the back of their ballot — Proposition P, which asks the electorate to decide a quarter-cent sales tax...

Updated at 6:49 PM

What we did not tell you last week was that the initial responder at the scene was Brandy Baker who is a paramedic with Phelps county Regional Medical Center. Brandy was off duty at the time of this incident and just happened to be pulling into the...

Updated at 6:24 PM

Three Missouri police agencies will restrict their use of tear gas and other chemical agents on crowds as part of a lawsuit settlement with six Ferguson protesters, according to court documents released Thursday.

Updated at 6:20 PM

Missourians from all around the state are asked to do spring cleaning outdoors and help fight litter through the state’s annual No MOre Trash! Bash throughout the month of April.

Updated at 6:19 PM

The first Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Central States Section Conference will be held at Missouri University of Science and Technology April 11-12.

Updated at 6:14 PM

Like Neil Sedaka said, breaking up is hard to do. But researchers at Saint Louis University believe our brains are hardwired to pull us through it.

Updated at 6:05 PM

Since Mother’s Day on May 10 is our last frost date for south central Missouri USDA Zone 5A and B, it is time to start planting seeds. It may be easier to buy seedlings but you can save a lot of money, and get more variety, by starting your...

Updated at 6:03 PM

At the March 16 Rolla City Council meeting, pastor Chuck Whitmire concisely and compassionately laid out some concerns about the St. Pat’s Week celebration. Do you think his comments will encourage the city and the university to take some...

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