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The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
Posted at 1:00 PM

Farmers praised legislation that would end weight limits for trucks carrying livestock and grain, but state transportation officials warned members of a Senate agriculture panel Wednesday that the bill could damage roads at a time when money for repairs is strained.The current law has no weight limits for trucks carrying milk. Under the bill, there'd be no weight limits on most Missouri roads for trucks transporting livestock, grain and grain co-products, though limits on...

Posted at 1:00 PM

Lawmakers reacted cautiously on Thursday to the recommendations of an independent panel to change the military's retirement and health care systems.The proposals, which would save more than $20 billion over the next four years,...

Updated at 12:49 PM

he judge overseeing former New England Patriots standout Aaron Hernandez's murder trial says jurors can watch this weekend's Super Bowl but must be vigilant for any mention of him.

Posted at 1:05 PM

There are a lot of things off-putting about the new footage from Kanye West's "Only One"...

Posted at 1:05 PM

Shakira and her boyfriend Gerard Piqué have welcomed their second child,

Posted at 1:05 PM

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Updated at 12:00 PM

Missouri’s latest aeronautical chart is now available to pilots and other aviation enthusiasts.  The 2015-2016 Missouri Aeronautical Chart is produced by the Missouri Department of Transportation as a planning tool for pilots...

Posted at 12:00 PM

More Super Bowl ad rookies will be trying to score a touchdown this Sunday.

Updated at 11:34 AM

I have read several of British author Thomas Hardy’s (1840-1928) novels.  I wasn’t forced to read them for a class, I read them of my own free will.  Several of Hardy’s...

Updated at 11:27 AM

A company conducting business in the Rolla area must pay $5,000 in fines for violating Missouri's no-call law, a 25th Circuit judge ruled last week.Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced Wednesday that his office had...

Updated at 11:24 AM

The Rolla Police Department is asking the public to provide any information regarding an area man who went missing eight years ago this month, which police hope could develop into new leads.

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