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Homeschooling Gains Traction

By Jennifer Harrison Long before COVID-19 made it necessary for students to learn at home this past spring, homeschooling was already a growing movement. The...

Ashcroft Recognizes Elder Abuse, Warns of Increased Investment Fraud Risks from Coronavirus Pandemic

JEFFERSON CITY — In recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day which was held on June 15, Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft warns Missourians...

Drury’s “Panther Plan” Maps the Return to In-Person Classes In Fall

SPRINGFIELD — Drury announces more information on plans for returning to in-person classes in August. Details of “The Panther Plan” are now available on the...

WGU Missouri Announces $100,000 in Scholarships for Students Impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic

Nonprofit, online university to award up to 34 scholarships worth $3,000 each to newly enrolled students facing economic hardships as a result of Covid-19...

OTC Appoints New Presidents for Table Rock, Richwood Valley Campuses

SPRINGFIELD — The OTC Richwood Valley and Table Rock campuses will be under new leadership beginning July 1.  Dr. Cliff Davis has been appointed president...

Truman State Announces Spring 2020 Vice President for Academic Affairs List

Last week, Truman State University released the names of students who qualified for the Spring 2020 Vice President for Academic Affairs list.  To qualify for...

SBU Releases Spring 2020 Graduate, Honor Roll Lists

BOLIVAR, Mo. — Southwest Baptist University has released its Spring 2020 graduate and honor roll lists. Graduates from Douglas County area are given below, with...

Missouri Constitution Quiz Launches for Adults and Students

COLUMBIA, MO, June 12, 2020 – To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the first Missouri Constitutional Convention, the Supreme Court of Missouri’s bicentennial committee,...

Senator Blunt Congratulates New Class of Missourians Accepted to Academies

Stephen Copeland of Ava, Jacob Carswell of Point Lookout, and Brenden Smith of Salem, are on the list. WASHINGTON, D. C. – U.S. Senator Roy Blunt...

Student African American Brotherhood Headquarters Moves to Springfield

By University Communications A national leader in helping black and Latino young men thrive in college is moving its office to Missouri State University. The Student...
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Bethany Baptist – Norma Stilllings

June 22 – Ruby Corder and Kay Johnson are still making dresses for the “Dress a Girl Around the World” Project. Together they have...

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