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Joint effort brings CPR training to Lincoln students

Published Feb. 24 2017

The classic Bee Gees 1970s tune "Stayin' Alive" blared while Lincoln University students and community leaders learned how to conduct...

LU faculty concerned by definition

Published Feb. 24 2017

Lincoln University's faculty members are concerned with a definition of their jobs approved two weeks ago by LU's Curators —...

Multimedia program gets students moving while they learn

Published Feb. 22 2017

To use one's noodle is an expression meaning to think about something, but third-graders at Callaway Hills Elementary School on...

Police: FHS alarm was set off accidentally

Published Feb. 22 2017

While Tuesday's fire alarm at Fulton High School was purely an accidental pull, it offered a good opportunity to remind...

100% of LU's nursing class passes licensing test

Published Feb. 22 2017

Lincoln University's nursing program long has been successful, with most of its graduates getting jobs soon after graduation.

African music, history come to life

Published Feb. 22 2017

Kumana Mtendaji's fingers danced across his flute as the notes he played said hello to a group at the Callaway...

A history of disparity

Published Feb. 21 2017

Steve Hageman took a group of William Woods University students back in time last week.

Six vying for three JCPS board seats

Published Feb. 19 2017

The News Tribune asked two questions of six candidates running for three available Jefferson City Public Schools Board of Education...

South Callaway students study history by creating board games

Published Feb. 19 2017

Students in Chad Hecktor's 8th grade Social Studies class were celebrating Thursday.

William Woods professor talks womanhood in Ozarks

Published Feb. 17 2017

The young women who test-read William Woods University professor Stephanie Wells' trilogy told her they couldn't believe life used to...

Superintendent warns Fulton students, parents on cyberbullying

Published Feb. 16 2017

Jacque Cowherd, superintendent of Fulton Public Schools, said Wednesday afternoon it's his duty to protect students from harm.

Carnival CEO to speak at Westminster

Published Feb. 16 2017

Callaway County residents won't have a chance to take a cruise on March 1, but they will be able to...

Churchill declared life likely exists throughout universe

Published Feb. 16 2017

Tim Riley, director and chief curator of the National Churchill Museum, delicately laid out six typewritten pages on a white...

Immigration lawyer talks race, history

Published Feb. 15 2017

When business immigration lawyer Miha Britt looked into the history of immigration and race in the United States, she was...

Dr. Steve Estes gives keynote speech at WWU 'Diversity Matters' Symposium

Published Feb. 15 2017

What does it mean to be a man?

Said Sewell finalist for Kentucky State presidency

Published Feb. 14 2017

Said Sewell, Lincoln University's former provost and Academic Affairs vice president, is one of three finalists for president of Kentucky...

MU director introduces students to international justice

Published Feb. 12 2017

In a world full of injustice, what does it mean to seek justice? Every year, Dr. J.D. Bowers, the director...

Revised History program at Lincoln will have differences

Published Feb. 12 2017

Starting this fall, Lincoln University again will offer bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degrees in history — just...

LU curators redefine 'faculty'

Published Feb. 11 2017

Lincoln University curators unanimously voted Thursday to change the school's definition of "academic faculty."

University of Missouri room, board rates to increase

Published Feb. 10 2017

University of Missouri System curators have approved an increase in rates for student housing and dining at the system's four...

Speaker: LU's uneducated founders understood value of education

Published Feb. 10 2017

Education has helped make America the greatest nation in the world, Chicago attorney George C. Howard Jr. told Lincoln University's...