National Farmers announced the opening of its 2020 Farm Kids for College Scholarship competition
In a day and age when many cost increases seem to be substantial, Hannibal-LaGrange University has done what it can to minimize tuition impacts to families
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri judges have given more than 130 civic education presentations statewide through their “Have Gavel, Will Travel” initiative aimed at boosting the public's understanding of the judicial system. They now have two new topics available to present, one focusing on the Fourth Amendment and cell phones, and the other focusing on the limitations on the courts' proper role in the constitutional system of government.
“Given the rise in the number of presentations being given and requested, we are thrilled at the increased interest the public is showing in learning more about how their courts work,” said Judge Ted House, a circuit judge in the 11th Judicial Circuit (St. Charles County) and chair of the Supreme
Board members plan to decide on ballot issues related to facilities plan during December meeting
The Great River Tigers MAA Chapter will receive $4,000 in scholarship funds for local students
Members of the Palmyra R-I Board of Education approved filing dates for the April 7 election and selected a District Christmas Card designed by fourth grade student Audrey Reid during their regular meeting Tuesday, November 12
Madeline Bond, of Palmyra, was named to the Spring 2019 President's List at Mississippi College