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Some Farrar Muellers

A few days ago, as a result of the post, The Beginning of the Frohna Muellers, I received a request to find the origin of the Muellers who lived in the Farrar area over the years.  635 more words

Adnan Syed... An Innocent Man Convicted of an Unimaginable Crime

The podcast series Serial by Sarah Koenig opened up my eyes to a new perspective on the murder of Hae Min Lee. Through Koenig’s podcast I was able to gather my own information and research on this case and whether I thought Adnan was guilty. 835 more words

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Senate Sends Legislation with Strongest Protections for Innocent Unborn Children to Governor

The Bill Also Protects Rights of Alternatives-to-Abortion Facilities

JEFFERSON CITY — This week, the Missouri State Senate sent the governor one of the strongest pieces of legislation to protect life the Show-Me State has seen in years. 460 more words

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Serial Podcast Review

The Serial podcast demonstrates the rock bottom of our justice system. Adnan Syed should not have been sent to prison, as their was no evidence to put him there. 437 more words

The Case of Adnan Syed

The podcast “Serial by Sarah Koenig brings a new aspect of literature into light. Her use of music, audio and background information are very effective in capturing the emotional side of her audience, as well  as getting across some very important points about this case. 784 more words

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Koenig Brau Bismarck Brewing chicago Beer Coaster

Koenig Brau Bismarck Brewing chicago Beer Coaster
Koenig Brau Bismarck Brewing Chicago Beer Coaster From The Old Bismarck Brewing Company In Chicago. Coaster Is In Good Condition, But Is Very Slightly Dirty, Displays Very Well, See Scan. 25 more words

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Senate Advances Measure with Strongest Protections for Innocent Unborn Children in Years

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The Bill Will Also Help Ensure the Health and Safety of Women In Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY— The Senate advanced a measure this week that closes loopholes in Missouri’s abortion laws and further protects First Amendment rights. 587 more words

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