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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
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  The cost is low and the quality is high. It's fast, easy, and uncomplicated to install, yet it is amazingly durable, long-lasting, and simple to maintain. We're talking about precast concrete -- an extremely practical (as well as surprisingly good-looking) material that can be used to construct walls, gates, and fences for all kinds of applications at your home, business,...

Updated at 9:03 PM

Check out some of the events around town this weekend, April 18-19

Updated at 8:59 PM

Three new Rolla City Council members will be sworn in at Monday night’s meeting, including one who received just two write-in votes in the April 7 election.

Updated at 8:57 PM

An award-winning outdoor classroom has taken shape at Schuman Park thanks to a Missouri University of Science and Technology professor and a dedicated research team.

Updated at 8:55 PM

Dr. Dan Lin, assistant professor of computer science at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has been named the 2015 Woman of the Year by Missouri S&T. She was honored during a campus ceremony Wednesday, April 15.

Updated at 8:52 PM

The Rolla School District will end the current fiscal year better than expected financially, but that is typical.

Updated at 8:50 PM

The Missouri Revenue Department would be blocked from considering how much a contractor would pay back to the state for running license offices under a proposal moving forward in the Legislature.

Updated at 8:48 PM

Attorney General Chris Koster had more than $3 million in cash on hand to spend on his bid for Missouri governor in 2016, campaign records released Wednesday show, more than twice the amount of the lead Republican fundraiser in the race, former...

Updated at 8:46 PM

Missouri lawmakers would be able to hire defense attorneys under a measure modified in response to a lawsuit filed by a liberal advocacy group against the Senate and three Republican senators over alleged violations of the state's open records law.

Updated at 8:44 PM

More than 3,000 low-income Missouri families could lose monthly welfare assistance under a measure heading to Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon for consideration, the first such bill approved by lawmakers this year among a number aimed at trimming social...

Updated at 8:43 PM

Much of the Tuesday, April 14, Newburg Board of Aldermen meeting was spent discussing what needs to be done to get the town in shape for the city's 40th celebration of Newburg Days, which well be held June 12-13.

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