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  • Foust arraignment delayed to March 13

    Foust arraignment delayed to March 13

    Thursday, March 5 2015 5:58 PM EST2015-03-05 22:58:16 GMT
    The next court appearance for a former Hannibal elementary school principal arrested on heroin charges has been delayed a week. Clifford Schwartz of Arnold, Mo., officially entered his appearance as the lawyer for J.D. Foust on Wednesday. 
    The next court appearance for a former Hannibal elementary school principal arrested on heroin charges has been delayed a week. Clifford Schwartz of Arnold, Mo., officially entered his appearance as the lawyer for J.D. Foust on Wednesday. 
  • 'It's all we think about': Three generations of chiropractors continue family practice

    'It's all we think about': Three generations of chiropractors continue family practice

    Thursday, March 5 2015 11:54 AM EST2015-03-05 16:54:09 GMT
    Sheila Laws, 78, was the first of five members of her family to become a chiropractor, including two who currently work alongside her - daughter Diana Franklin and grandson Brandon Breuning. Franklin, 59, has been a doctor of chiropractic since 1982. Breuning, Franklin's 33-year-old nephew, started in 2014.
    Sheila Laws, 78, was the first of five members of her family to become a chiropractor, including two who currently work alongside her - daughter Diana Franklin and grandson Brandon Breuning. Franklin, 59, has been a doctor of chiropractic since 1982. Breuning, Franklin's 33-year-old nephew, started in 2014.
  • Report: More than 20 percent of Adams County children living below poverty line

    Report: More than 20 percent of Adams County children living below poverty line

    Thursday, March 5 2015 8:22 PM EST2015-03-06 01:22:12 GMT
    More than one in five children in Adams County live in poverty, according to a report released Thursday by a statewide child advocacy group.
    More than one in five children in Adams County live in poverty, according to a report released Thursday by a statewide child advocacy group.
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