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South Callaway school board approves budget, food price increase

Published Jun. 9 2016
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The South Callaway R-2 District school board approved a five-cent increase in prices for breakfast, lunch and milk for the...

UM gets 3 new curators

Published Jun. 8 2016
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Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday appointed three new members to the board of curators to help lead the embattled University...

WWU students celebrate earth-related holidays with Fulton preschoolers

Published Jun. 8 2016
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Students from William Woods University recently visited Fulton Preschool and donated three tree-related books in honor of Arbor Day and...

Westminster College board of trustees welcomes new members

Published Jun. 8 2016
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Four prominent community, regional and national business leaders have joined the Westminster College board of trustees. Each will serve a...

JCPS to roll out new behavior supports, expectations

Published Jun. 5 2016
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District officials at Jefferson City Public Schools have spent the last couple of months creating districtwide behavior policies and are...

State report: Drug incidents increase at Fulton High School

Published Jun. 5 2016
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Drug incidents at Fulton High School are above the state and county average, according to reports released last week by...

Fulton students visit nation's capital

Published Jun. 5 2016
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Area students traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to learn first-hand about American history. The students, who had completed eighth...

WWU honors alumni with several awards

Published Jun. 5 2016
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William Woods University recently made renowned author Rita Mae Brown an honorary alumnus and presented awards to four alumni:

Lincoln University race discrimination trial begins Monday

Published Jun. 5 2016
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Beginning at 9 a.m. Monday, a jury will begin hearing evidence in Annette Digby's case accusing Lincoln University and former...

JCPS may expand drugs in student-athlete testing

Published Jun. 3 2016
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Jefferson City Public Schools is considering increasing the number of drugs it tests for in student-athletes.

Missouri State University considers building new dormitory

Published Jun. 3 2016
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Missouri State University officials say it's time to start exploring the feasibility of adding another residence hall on the Springfield...

Third MU dean says he's stepping down

Published Jun. 2 2016
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Another University of Missouri dean at the Columbia campus is stepping down.

Freshman Advantage prepares incoming WWU students

Published Jun. 1 2016
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Incoming freshman will get a jump-start on college with William Woods University's college preparation program, Freshman Advantage, June 13-July 1....

Leadership institute coming to Fulton

Published Jun. 1 2016
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High school students will take a hard look at their leadership skills at a conference this summer at William Woods...

Fulton native studying abroad gets fellowship

Published May. 27 2016
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Rebecca Wichmann, a Fulton native, is studying in Germany for a doctorate degree, and is the recent recipient the Daniel...

Growing cost of commencement

Published May. 27 2016
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Records show Lincoln University has avoided paying fees to commencement speakers over most of the last decade.

Trinity Lutheran teacher retires after 40 years in field

Published May. 25 2016
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Fern Bowder's first-grade teacher inspired her to become a teacher herself.

Fayette principal moving to Blair Oaks

Published May. 25 2016
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Corey Felten has been hired as the new assistant principal and district activities director at the Blair Oaks School District.

Callaway Library's summer reading programs begin June 1

Published May. 22 2016
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The Callaway County Public Library in Fulton will have a multitude of free summer reading programs for children and adults.

3 Callaway County schools to begin serving summer meals

Published May. 22 2016
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Families in Callaway County will receive free meals this summer from three school districts and the summer meal service program.

Blair Oaks students to donate 3-D printed prosthetic hands

Published May. 22 2016
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Blair Oaks eighth-grade students 3-D printed two prosthetic hands that will be donated through Enabling the Future, an organization that...

Calvary Lutheran graduates 19, all with post-secondary plans

Published May. 22 2016
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All of the 19 graduates in this year's senior class at Calvary Lutheran High School have their immediate futures planned.

JCPS superintendent: 'We weren't winning either way'

Published May. 22 2016
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Every day during last week's discrimination trial against Jefferson City Public Schools, former teachers, students and community members packed the...