Boonville Daily News - Boonville, MO
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Anyone with half a brain understands that falsehoods are the stock-in-trade of American politics. Some of these misrepresentations are mere fibs or exaggerations. And some are whoppers. But some are just mistaken beliefs sincerely embraced by the politicians who peddle them. That last category — false beliefs — can be a tricky one, especially when it comes […]

Updated at 1:48 PM

AMC has released the first trailer for Preacher, the upcoming adaptation of the popular 1990s comic...

Updated at 1:44 PM

Nathaniel Marston, who played Michael McBain on

Updated at 1:08 PM

Alaric (Matt Davis) may have his love blinders on when it comes to the consequences of reviving his wife...

Updated at 12:56 PM

The Kansas City Royals won their first World Series in 30 years Sunday night, in an...

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Central Missouri Honor Flight #36 departs Columbia Tuesday, November 3 bound for Washington, D.C. to escort mid-Missouri veterans to the memorials built to their service and sacrifice. It will mark the end of another successful flight season for...

Updated at 10:21 AM

Losing weight doesn't have to mean counting the number of pieces of celery you eat for dinner or making the gym your home away from home. You can lose weight and enjoy eating at the same time. Check out these methods proven by science to...

Updated at 9:57 AM

Much ado is being made about a seemingly harmless shop that, for just one week, dares to sell decaf only.

Posted at 10:08 AM

NASCAR today announced that Senior Vice President and Chief Communications Officer Brett Jewkes has accepted a senior management position with Atlanta-based AMB Group, LLC, the investment management and support services arm of Arthur Blank's family...

Updated at 9:52 AM

Q: Hello, Greg, I’m writing about the Plymouth automobiles. I enjoyed your articles on the “Melrose Missile” and the Ronnie Sox Barracuda funny cars from the 1960s but want to know about the Plymouth nameplate and what happened to it. Why did...

Updated at 9:23 AM

The E-911 ballot measure to be voted on Tuesday, proposes a fiscally independent E-911 Center. The current system is operated under a 1/4 cent sales tax and is being subsidized with money from the Cooper County General Revenue Fund, which includes...

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