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Building a better teacher is a topic on the minds of many educators and parents these days, and now it’s the title of a new book by Elizabeth Green. The subtitle, “How Teaching Works (and How to Teach It to Everyone”) suggests a solution will be offered to a problem for which a number of solutions have already been tried. Her book highlights the huge gap between what the best teachers do and how what they do has been evaluated. Green’s view is that good teaching is the result of skill and can...

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Safety has become part of the culture and every day conversation at Leggett & Platt's Branch 1 manufacturing plant in Carthage and leaders from the corporate office came to the plant to recognize the commitment.

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Among the thousands of people doing the “Ice Bucket Challenge” lately, one was made Thursday in loving memory of a former resident of St. Luke's Nursing Center.

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Three Carthage families or institutions were among the six donors honored on Thursday at Missouri Southern State University.

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The FBI is looking into the massive hack that led to the...

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Just over a week after Brad Pitt and 

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My first peek at this pioneering car came back in June when Ford brought a pack of them, four-doors and hatchbacks, to our garage for a preview. Judging by the turnout, you’d have thought it was an array of Shelby Mustangs, not economy Fiestas. Now...

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Survivor lead singer Jimi Jamison died at age 63, the band reported on Facebook. Jamison wasn’t the original lead singer and didn’t sing “Eye of the Tiger,” but he did front the band for five Top 20 hits: "The Search is...

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