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Middleton embraces new role at Lincoln University

Published May. 29 2017

When Michael Middleton takes over the reins of Lincoln University's administration Thursday morning, he'll be coming in with more than...

State universities face dual woes

Published May. 29 2017

Public universities in Missouri are bracing for impact as they face a 6.5 percent cut in state funding.

2017 graduates reflect on military decision

Published May. 28 2017

Many of the students in today's high school classes weren't even born at the time of Al-Qaeda's Sept. 11, 2001,...

Jefferson City schools garner character recognition

Published May. 26 2017

Three Jefferson City public schools have received national recognition for their work in character education.

Bullying problem accusations arise at North Callaway board meeting

Published May. 26 2017

During Thursday evening's North Callaway R-1 Board of Education meeting, two moms urged the board to address what they see...

Missouri curators raise tuition, fees at 4 campuses

Published May. 24 2017

It will cost more to attend the four campuses of the University of Missouri system next year.

UMKC chancellor to retire after next year

Published May. 23 2017

University of Missouri-Kansas City Chancellor Leo Morton plans to retire at the end of the next academic year.http://bit.ly/2qSOn0O

SUNY provost to be new University of Missouri chancellor

Published May. 23 2017

The University of Missouri System is set to hire the provost and executive vice chancellor at the State University of...

Lincoln University plans to cut 48 jobs

Published May. 23 2017

If Lincoln University's curators approve the plan when they meet June 8, LU will cut 48 job positions effective with...

University of Missouri's 6 columns to undergo repairs

Published May. 22 2017

The University of Missouri plans to spend $550,000 this summer to repair its iconic columns on the Francis Quadrangle.

151 Helias seniors told importance of truth

Published May. 22 2017

The Rev. Joshua Duncan on Sunday told Helias High School's 151 graduates they have been instructed in truth and must...

North Callaway High School celebrates golden anniversary

Published May. 21 2017

Bob Coleman remembers when there were crop remains in the football field at the new North Callaway High School.

Students write letters to soldiers

Published May. 21 2017

A collection of 298 letters started a journey to the other side of the world Friday afternoon.

Missouri headed toward more pre-K funding

Published May. 21 2017

Missouri school districts are looking forward to the possibility of more funding for early childhood education next year.

Getting a read on dyslexia

Published May. 20 2017

Missouri's legislative task force on dyslexia heard testimony during a Thursday meeting at the Capitol suggesting the state's teachers are...

Missouri-Kansas City to cut about 30 jobs to save money

Published May. 19 2017

University of Missouri-Kansas City officials say the school plans to cut about 30 jobs as part of efforts to reduce...

University of Missouri names new dean of agriculture college

Published May. 19 2017

The University of Missouri has named a North Carolina State University official as the next dean of its College of...

Lincoln raises tuition, fee rates

Published May. 19 2017

It will cost students more to attend Lincoln University.

Interim Missouri chancellor says she won't get permanent job

Published May. 17 2017

The interim chancellor and provost at the University of Missouri says she is not a candidate to become permanent chancellor.

University of Missouri to cut 400 positions amid budget woes

Published May. 16 2017

The University of Missouri expects to cut 400 positions amid enrollment drops and cuts in state funding.

Keeping kids full this summer

Published May. 16 2017

Fulton public schools and the YMCA will be continuing their tradition of feeding hungry kids this summer.

Gammon book fund garners $1,751 for books at Lawson

Published May. 16 2017

The Jefferson City Public Schools Foundation's "Dr. Nancy Gammon Memorial Book Fund" recently wrapped up its inaugural campaign to benefit...

JCHS class of 2017 begins new adventures with reflections, recognitions

Published May. 15 2017

"It was the pride in me that was drivin' me," is another lyric from the same song a graduating Jefferson...