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Stories from Saturday, October 22, 2011

MoDOT plan directs $177 million to highway projects (10/22/11)
According to the Missouri Department of Transportation, the agency's plan to reduce staffing, facilities and equipment resulted in $177 million being redirected to critical road and bridge projects in Missouri, according to a MoDOT press release. Director Kevin Keith told the six members of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission that, as of Sept. ...
Hunters should be aware of county burn bans (10/22/11)
It's been a long, hot and dry summer in Arkansas. Muzzleloading season begins Oct. 22 in most of the state and current weather conditions call for heightened levels of fire danger. Hunters should be aware that there are numerous burn bans across the state...
First Arkansas flu case reported; patient is northeastern teen (10/22/11)
The Arkansas Public Health Lab has confirmed the first case of seasonal flu of this year. The patient is a teenager and a resident of the northeast part of the state. Dr. James Phillips, MD, Infectious Disease branch chief at the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH), said that the case comes early in the season...
Friendship Baptist Church in Highland to have homecoming (10/22/11)
Friendship Baptist Church in Highland will observe its homecoming/anniversary with services beginning at 10 a.m. Oct. 23. There will be a showing of a DVD of the church's history during the Sunday school hour, as well as special music from the Larry Nelson family of Clinton and Paul Miller family of Gulfport, Miss. ...