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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
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Week in ReligionThe relationship between religion and political party identification has remained consistent since 2008, according to a recent Gallup Poll. Americans who are very religious are more likely to identify with the Republican Party as compared to those who are moderately religious or nonreligious.

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It was the day I was supposed to write my column – two columns to be exact – so I could go on vacation and not have to worry about sending anything in to my editor.

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If you watch “Game of Thrones,” you know it’s a show that’s not afraid to kill off main characters suddenly and without remorse. (This is all the more shocking if you haven’t read the novels on which the show is based.) I haven’t read the books, so...

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July 31Word of the Day, This Day in History, Number to Know, Website of the Day, Today’s Featured Birthday and Daily Quote.Word of the Dayhinterland \ HIN-tur-land \ noun; A region remote from urban areas; backcountry. — Dictionary.com

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Think outside the bun with these 12 healthy spin-offs on a classic summer burger.

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Summer has been moving along quickly, and it's hard to believe that school is set to begin within the next two weeks for many of our kids. This time of year reminds me of our local County Fairs, and I really enjoyed attending the Phelps County Fair...

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Gov. Jay Nixon is urging Missouri school administrators to lobby legislators to uphold his vetoes of various tax breaks.

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U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill has given $240,000 from her campaign to the Missouri Democratic Party.

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The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld privacy protections against police searches of cellphones, but Missouri voters looking to fortify those rights will get their chance next week.

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Rousing music, vibrant costumes, entertaining choreography and colorful visuals — all the elements of a Broadway production will be on display when the U.S. Army Soldier Show comes to Fort Leonard Wood.

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The student chapter of Engineers Without Borders at Missouri University of Science and Technology is heading to Tacachia, Bolivia, before the start of the fall semester to install a potable water system that will provide access to safe drinking...

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