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Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander today launched the statewide photo contest for the 2013-2014 Official Manual, State of Missouri (Blue Book). The theme for this year’s contest is “Remembering Harry,” in honor of the only U.S. president from Missouri.

“Remembering Harry” photo entries should embody the wisdom of one of our greatest residents, President Harry S. Truman, in honor and celebration of his time in office and service to the public. Photos will be judged in one or more of the following three categories:

“Carry the battle to them.” — Photographs of sporting events and competitions in Missouri. 

“The most peaceful thing in the world is plowing a field.” — Photographs of Missouri agriculture and natural settings. 

“I don’t believe in little plans.” — Photographs of unique celebrations and parades in Missouri.

Entry forms and contest rules are available on the Secretary of State’s website: http://www.sos.mo.gov/photocontest. Entries may be submitted by email: publications@sos.mo.gov or by mail: 

Official Manual Photo Contest

Office of the Secretary of State

Division of Publications

PO Box 1767

Jefferson City, MO 65102-1767

Missouri residents of all ages are invited to participate in the photo contest. Participants may submit any number of photographs, but each photo must be accompanied by its own entry form. All entries must be received by 5 p.m. on Monday, July 29, 2013. 

Photo contest winners will be chosen through a combination of online voting and selection by a committee within the Secretary of State’s office. The winning photos in each category will be published in the 2013-2014 edition of the Blue Book. All entries become the property of the Office of the Secretary of State and may be used in subsequent publications, with full credit given to the photographer. All submitted photographs will be added to the permanent collection of the Missouri State Archives, a division of Kander’s office.

 

 

St. Louis teen missing in Daytona Beach, Florida

Monday, 08 July 2013 07:45 Published in Local News

     The search continues for a St. Louis-area teen who has been missing in Florida since Saturday.

    Police said 17-year-old Nicole Crowder was last seen in Daytona Beach in the company of a man and woman. Volusia County authorities said she was in Florida with her sister to visit her mother. 

   Police said Crowder has the mental capacity of a 9-year-old and takes medication for ADHD and bi-polar disorder, but does not have her medications with her.

     Daytona police say the teen was last seen with as a black man who is 30-years-old, bald, has a medium build, and gold teeth. The female is described as having a dark complexion, appears to be in her late teens, and was wearing a black bathing suit.

   If you have any information about Crowder’s whereabouts, please contact the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office at (386)248-1777.

 

NRA museum to open in Bass Pro Shops

Monday, 08 July 2013 07:28 Published in Local News

  SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) - The grand opening of a new National Rifle Association museum takes place next month inside Bass Pro Shops' flagship store in southwest Missouri.

   The Springfield News-Leader reports the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum occupies about 7,500 square feet of the outdoor recreation outfitter. The Aug. 2 grand opening coincides with the start of Bass Pro Shops' Fall Hunting Classic.

   A Bass Pro announcement says the museum will have more than $20 million worth of firearms, including some from the 1600s.

   Company officials say the nearly 1,000 artifacts will include firearms used by Annie Oakley, Theodore Roosevelt and John Wayne, as well as Napoleon's double-barrel sporting flintlock.

 

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