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KCUR Morning News 10-5-10

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – A plan calls for up to 150 elk to be released in Southeastern Missouri next year.

A ceremony honoring the latest U.S. Navy ship to bear the name "Missouri" was held at the State Capitol.

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is touting one school district as making good use of interest-free bonds from the state for taxpayer-saving improvements.

A new pilot project designed to improve access to health care for veterans who live in rural areas will be conducted in Pratt, Kansas.

Three international military officers are being honored for their accomplishments at Fort Leavenworth.

Kansas farmers are making good progress in getting fall crops out of the field thanks to excellent harvest weather.

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