According to Liberty Public Schools Superintendent Jeremy Tucker, swift disciplinary action has been taken against the Liberty Middle School eighth-grader who assaulted sixth-grader Blake Kitchen at the school Thursday, Feb. 19.
According to Liberty Public Schools Superintendent Jeremy Tucker, swift disciplinary action has been taken against the Liberty Middle School eighth-grader who assaulted sixth-grader Blake Kitc…
For the first time in legislative history, a right-to-work bill has advanced out of one chamber in the General Assembly. While this is an enormous accomplishment, I still have doubts of our ab…
INDEPENDENCE — Despite a boisterous crowd screaming in his ear, Mason Stirtz never flinched.
According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, stroke is the leading cause in the United States of serious long-term disability and the fourth leading cause of death. One of the major risk factors for stroke is atrial fibrillation, a common cardiac disorder characterized by cardiac arrhythmia and the absence of coordinated contractions, which increases the risk for blood stasis (stoppage or slowdown in flow), clot formation and embolic stroke. AFib affects approximately 2.2 million adults in the U.S. and is the most common sustained heart rhythm disturbance observed in clinical practice. The rate of AFib increases with age, from less than 1 percent among persons younger than 60 years, to approximately 10 percent among persons older than 80.
When Corbin Theatre scheduled a benefit featuring the Two and a Half Tenors for a St. Patrick's Day concert at Belvoir Winery, the hope was that it would be another sell-out event. Little did organizers know the tickets would sell out in nine days, more than six weeks before the concert. Due to popular demand, a second show has been added for March 22 at Belvoir Winery, 1325 Odd Fellows Road.
Believe it or not, the end is within site. Final Suburban Conference basketball games will be played this week — Thursday, Feb. 26, and Friday, Feb. 27 — as the regular season comes to a close.
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