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Rapper Common surprises students at NY school, donates money

Published Jul. 21 2017

NEW YORK (AP) — Oscar and Grammy winner Common surprised a group of New York students by donating $10,000 to...

UPLIFT students make PSAs with anti-drug message

Published Jul. 21 2017

The JCTV studio Thursday afternoon was all about lights, camera, gummies and oregano — all in the name of keeping...

Wisdom tackles role of superintendent

Published Jul. 21 2017

Thirteen years as a student in the New Bloomfield district and another 13 as an administrator and teacher have prepared...

Man sentenced to 18 years for MU campus rapes

Published Jul. 19 2017

A man who pleaded guilty to rapes on the University of Missouri campus in Columbia has been sentenced to 18...

Westminster offers alternative degree program

Published Jul. 19 2017

To help more working adults complete their college degrees, Westminster College will offer courses for a Bachelor of Arts degree...

SERVE back-to-school event approaching

Published Jul. 19 2017

Faced with school supply lists the length of a kid's arm, some parents might be feeling the financial pinch.

University of Missouri research institute closes amid cuts

Published Jul. 18 2017

The University of Missouri System has closed its $10 million medical research institute as part of an effort to cut...

Colleges host student events next week

Published Jul. 18 2017

William Woods University is hosting the Owls Tennis Camp July 24-27, with girls and boys ages 6-13 welcome. The cost...

JCPS board explores ways to be more effective

Published Jul. 16 2017

The Jefferson City School District's Board of Education on Monday briefly discussed some ideas of how to make the board...

WWU's Forsha to present at international conference

Published Jul. 16 2017

Stephen Forsha, a business professor at William Woods University, will present at the 12th annual Philosophy of Management International Conference...

Singer, author motivates WWU ceremony goers

Published Jul. 16 2017

It has been two months since the William Woods University commencement, but people are still talking about the speaker.

Summer riding camp a hit at WWU

Published Jul. 14 2017

As daunting as a 19-hand Clydesdale horse could be, Bilbo was a sweet gentleman to his young rider Wednesday.

WWU riders snag ribbons at Pinto championship

Published Jul. 14 2017

The world's largest gathering of Pintos — and one of the top horse shows for the Western seat — occurred...

Annual Mizzou fundraising totals $152M, down from last year

Published Jul. 13 2017

Annual fundraising at the University of Missouri's flagship campus in Columbia topped $152 million, but was down $19 million from...

Feds probe 3 claims of sexual violence at Missouri colleges

Published Jul. 13 2017

Two claims of sexual violence at St. Louis' Washington University and another at a ministry school in Springfield, Missouri, are...

Lincoln University avoids pay cuts

Published Jul. 13 2017

Lincoln University employees were forewarned in May they would see a half-percent reduction in their pay, but the university released...

Akande remains Westminster president despite rumors

Published Jul. 13 2017

Dr. Benjamin Ola. Akande is still president of Westminster College, despite social media conversations implying he was leaving or that...

JCPS considers joining with Big Brothers Big Sisters for mentoring program

Published Jul. 11 2017

Jefferson City Public Schools' Board of Education heard a recommendation Monday night to re-structure leadership of the district's mentorship program.

More detailed Jefferson City high school plans coming soon

Published Jul. 9 2017

There weren't many immediate updates on the two public high school projects available at Friday's second monthly community coffee outreach...

Local students put leadership in practice

Published Jul. 9 2017

There's no better way to develop leadership skills than to practice.

WWU seniors named to 'Who's Who' ranking

Published Jul. 9 2017

Fifteen recent graduates from William Woods University have been named to the 2017 edition of the academic ranking of "Who's...

Permanent Invention Lab opens in Lake of the Ozarks

Published Jul. 8 2017

The Boy Scouts of America Great Rivers Council recently opened the Sinquefield Invention Lab and Training Center at the Lake...

JCHS student council adviser wins national recognition

Published Jul. 6 2017

Chad Rizner recently won the 2017 Warren E. Shull National High School Adviser of the Year award in recognition of...