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Friday, April 22 2011
This magnificent structure, in Tower Park at the corner of 75th & Holmes, has stood for over nine decades with distinction in its construction, municipal service and now historic presence, visible for miles around.
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Friday, April 22 2011

Event planners who are preparing Civil War-related events in Missouri, local government officials, Chambers of Commerce, and Convention and Visitors Bureaus are invited to attend these free sessions, where they can meet commission members and representatives of the Missouri Division of Tourism and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to discuss various topics concerning sesquicentennial activities.

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Friday, April 22 2011
The Society invites local historical societies and museums, both public and private, to develop projects and activities that commemorate the 150th anniversary of this difficult and important period in our past.  The maximum award amount is $500, and the deadline for application is June 30, 2011.  
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Saturday, April 16 2011
American white pelicans are stopping at west Missouri wetlands as they migrate north to breeding grounds in Canada and northern Great Plains states.
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Friday, April 15 2011
Rare, Uncommon Publication Held by Few Museums
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Thursday, April 07 2011
You have heard about the battles, but do you know how soldiers were medically treated from the North to the South?
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Monday, April 04 2011
  Tidwell said forest health is challenged by climate change and insect pests that are thriving due to warmer winters.
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