Corbin Kottmann

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The Examiner of East Jackson County
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The Steamboat Arabia Museum, owned for decades by an Independence family, is looking for a new home when its lease expires in 2026.David Hawley, who dug up the Arabia with his family and founded the museum, said the decision to sell the exhibit and its artifacts was made when it was determined the River Market area in Kansas City was becoming too crowded to support the traffic the museum needs to thrive.

The Rolla Daily News
Beloved pen pal visits First Presbyterian preschool

The kids at the First Presbyterian Preschool received a special surprise yesterday when their overseas pen pal, First Lieutenant Daniel Allison, came for a visit. The preschoolers were thrilled when the man they'd only seen on recordings came to meet them in person for a reading of one of his favorite children's books as well as a cupcake party.

The Rolla Daily News
Supermoms: local mothers provide help to families in Texas

Hurricane Harvey left Texas residents without homes and resources, and one local group is doing everything they can to help mothers and breastfeeding children in Texas.Nicole Edwin, a pediatric feeding therapist, is working to bring mothers from across the country together.

The Rolla Daily News
Counterfeit cash in Phelps County

Over $2000 dollars sits on Detective Paul Rueff's desk in different denominations of bills, from $5 to $100, each one a fake. . . Over $2000 dollars sits on Detective Paul Rueff's desk in different denominations of bills, from $5 to $100, each one a fake.

The Rolla Daily News
No motive in post office standoff

No motive in post office standoff *Updated as of July 10, at 2:30 p.m. with new information from the Rolla Police Department* CORBIN KOTTMANN On July 9, at approximately 2:30 p.m., the Rolla Police Department received a 911 call of an armed subject who had allegedly barricaded himself inside the Rolla post office.

The Daily Guide
Community steps in to honor veteran with no family.

In the military life, no man is ever left behind. This remains true even when that man is laid to rest. Military personnel and civilians alike gathered together at the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Waynesville yesterday, August 24, to honor a fallen Naval hero.

The Rolla Daily News
MORx program changes to affect over 60,000 Missourians

Missouri seniors using the Missouri Rx (MORx) plan may have received a letter in the mail informing them that their coverage under the plan will soon expire. Due to a law passed in 2014, the MORx will cease coverage for over 60,000 Missouri seniors on July 1, 2017, increasing the amount they will have to spend on prescription drugs.

The Rolla Daily News
Remembering the Removal: Cherokee honor their ancestors on the Trail of Tears

The 2017 'Remember the Removal' riders passed through Waynesville and Rolla Thursday, June 15, as part of the annual effort to teach young Cherokee members about their history and culture. The 2017 'Remember the Removal' riders passed through Waynesville and Rolla Thursday, June 15, as part of the annual effort to teach young Cherokee members about their history and culture.

The Rolla Daily News
Missouri Missing re-ignites search for Amanda Caudill

In December of 2014, just a little over a week before Christmas, Amanda Caudill disappeared. She departed, leaving only a handwritten note and taking nothing with her but her cell phone. In December of 2014, just a little over a week before Christmas, Amanda Caudill disappeared.