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Museum breaks ground for fire truck structure

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Museum breaks ground for fire truck structure

Staff photo by Mark Boehler
A visitor to the Community Yard Sale last fall takes a photo of the 1924 American LaFrance fire engine which will soon have a new home at the Crossroads Museum.

After a long period of planning and raising funds, construction is moving forward on the Crossroads Museum's antique fire truck display and train viewing platform.

"This has been five years in the making," said Museum Director Brandy Steen, who is excited to se

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Bobo, Aggies shooting for another division crown

Photo by Kent Mohundro

Kossuth senior quarterback Matthew Bobo, the 2017 Daily Corinthian first team QB, guides the Aggies offense against Pontotoc during last week's jamboree at Larry B Mitchell Stadium. The Aggies finished second to North Pontotoc in 2017, and are seeking to reclaim the league crown this fall. Read the preseason Kossuth preview for more details about the 2018 edition of Aggie football.

Ag theft bureau recovers stolen equipment

An investigation led to the recovery of stolen equipment. See today's print edition.

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It's just gotten a little easier for the government to control the weather. Social media sites moved en masse to ban Alex Jones, the self-parodic conspiracy theorist. Jones is a poisonous toad who leveraged his compellingly ridiculous persona and biz. . .

Still not clear which party will lose the House

We're heading into the home stretch in America's unusually lengthy primary election season. Some three-quarters of Americans have had a chance to vote for Democratic and Republican candidates for Congress, and state and local offices. Their choices t. . .