Effort becomes personal this year for one professor
Four Westminster College student groups, in conjunction with Delete Blood Cancer, will be hosting a bone marrow donor drive March 3-5.
Jane McClellan named Guest of Honor for 2015 Kingdom Supper
Although she has never attended herself, for 2015 Kingdom of Callaway Supper Guest of Honor Jane McClellan, the annual Callaway County gathering carries a bit of a family legacy.
After extended discussion at its January meeting, the Callaway County Ambulance Board decided Tuesday night not to pursue a contract for patient demographic discovery services as a way to help increase the district’s collection rate on old patient debt.
Wednesday night’s Fulton School Board meeting included a request from a local patron that the board allow time for public comments as a regular part of its meeting agendas.
The Fulton School Board heard a number of reports during Wednesday night’s regular meeting on topics ranging from attendance to the Fiscal Year 2016 budget.
The Foster Grandparent Program, operating under the umbrella of Central Missouri Community Action, is in need of seniors age 55 and older to serve as mentors and tutors for at-risk children and youth.
Thomas Kochtanek, associate professor of information science at the University of Missouri, will speak at William Woods University on Feb. 9 about South Africa and the access to information about the country’s struggle from apartheid to democracy.
William Woods University has been chosen by the National Strength and Conditioning Association to host a workshop to prepare participants for its Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist test.
Michael Ward, director of the C.S. Lewis Centre at Oxford University, will deliver the third annual C.S. Lewis Legacy Lecture at Westminster College on Feb. 26.
Bartley, Bush receive Missouri Exemplary Professional Learning Community Schools Award
Two Fulton elementary schools have been recognized by the state for their efforts in school improvement.