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City of Kirksville Receives Funds through Safe Routes to School Grant

City of Kirksville Receives Funds through Safe Routes to School Grant MACON – The City of Kirksville will receive a $250,000 infrastructure grant through the Safe Routes to School program…

Joint vocal and instrumental performance at Culver-Stockton College

Joint vocal and instrumental performance at Culver-Stockton College CANTON, Mo.— Culver-Stockton College’s Concert Choir and the Wind Ensemble will combine forces in Feb. 23, at 3 p.m., in the Alexander…

Culver-Stockton Hosting Two-part Military Documentary Series

Culver-Stockton Hosting Two-part Military Documentary Series CANTON, Mo.— In an effort to educate students about the military, Culver-Stockton College is hosting a series of military-based documentaries. The first is a…

McCarroll Named MIAA Women’s Field Athlete of the Week

  KANSAS CITY – - Truman State University senior thrower Rachel McCarroll was named the MIAA Women’s Field Athlete of the Week for her performance last Saturday at the Monmouth…

Six Days of Package Delivery, Five Days of Mail Delivery Begins August 2013

Six Days of Package Delivery, Five Days of Mail Delivery Begins August 2013 WASHINGTON ‹ The United States Postal Service announced plans today to transition to a new delivery schedule…

Paul Lavern McMann

Paul Lavern McMann

 age 77, formerly of Fairfield, passed away February 3, 2013 at Keokuk area Hospital in Keokuk, Iowa. Paul Lavern McMann was born April 16, 1935 to Carl Boyd and Janie…

Annual Faculty Music Recital at Culver-Stockton College

Annual Faculty Music Recital at Culver-Stockton College CANTON, Mo.— Culver-Stockton College music faculty bring technique, finesse and artistry to Merillat Hall of the Robert W. Brown Performing Arts Center in…

Clark County Approves $5.6 Million Dollar Budget

Clark County Approves $5.6 Million Dollar Budget

By Mike Scott Clark County will spend more than a million dollars less than last year, according to the 2013 Budget approved by the Clark County Commissioners on Tuesday, January…

Blessing Health System holds free public health fair

Blessing Health System holds free public health fair   The MEGA Brain comes to the Kroc Center for Blessing Health System’s 5th Annual “Treat Yourself Right Wellness Day,” on Saturday,…

CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE TO LAUNCH DISTINCTIVE ONLINE MBA PROGRAM

CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE TO LAUNCH DISTINCTIVE ONLINE MBA PROGRAM CANTON, Mo.— Culver-Stockton College is expanding its curriculum to offer an online Master of Business Administration (MBA). To celebrate and provide more…

Rossmiler Completes Air Force Basic Training

Air Force Airman Travis J. Rossmiller graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in…