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Monday, February 13 2012
Cass County Library brings help to those seeking information on their immigrant ancestors.  Early reservations required.
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Sunday, February 12 2012
Dr. Jimmy Albright will be the escort for the trip, which will feature guided tours of the ancient Anasazi sites of Chaco Canyon, Mesa Verde, and Bandelier.  The trip will also include the Rio Grande Gorge, Los Alamos, the Bradbury Science Museum, and Taos Pueblo. 
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Sunday, February 12 2012
The Missouri Department of Conservation is trying to keep Didymo (rock snot) from entering our State and taking over our streams. 
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Sunday, February 12 2012
A regulation change to limit the importation, sale or purchase of live crayfish in the state will help prevent invasions of non-native crayfish and help protect our waters and wildlife.
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Wednesday, February 08 2012
The education staff at the National Archives will help troops understand why local history is important and how students can use archival records for family history research or school projects.
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Wednesday, February 08 2012
Wreath to be placed at the Paul Sunderland Glass Bridge
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Wednesday, February 08 2012

Community partnership allows both organizations to further presence in Kansas City community.

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