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Fewer than 50 days after approving a multi-year tuition increase for students, Northwest’s Board of Regents was set to vote May 6 on a proposal that would have shelled out $1,000 one-time compensation payments to employees who complete a quiz over the University’s Organizational Profile — a … Read more

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Mosaic Medical Center - Maryville President Nate Blackford said the overall effect of COVID-19 on Nodaway County is continuing to trend in the right direction  as weekly mass vaccination clinics normally held at the Carl and Cheryl Hughes Fieldhouse are being phased out. Read more

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His comforting smile could ease the worries of a stranger, but he knew no strangers. His kind, yet sturdy presence challenged people to do better each day — a true personification of Pumbaa from “The Lion King.” After all, he was Mr. Hakuna Matata. Read more

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After being left in confusion on the policy for donations following the March 30 Student Senate meeting, University finance officials said that they are allowed to make charitable donations to student organizations, but not when the money goes straight to the charitable organization itself. Read more

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Roughly 350 college-aged people made appointments to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the April 7 mass vaccination clinic at the Carl and Cheryl Hughes Fieldhouse, two days before the state opens eligibility to all Missouri residents including students in Phase 3 of Missou… Read more

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After his early and loud opposition to Maryville’s mask ordinance gained him prominence in the local political scene — making him a voice for those fed up with Maryville’s City Council and skeptical of the coronavirus altogether — Tim Jackson is now less than a week away from his first appea… Read more

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Most history buffs say the rodeo was born in 1869, when two groups of cowboys met in Deer Trail, Colorado, to settle an argument about who was the better cowboy. But that was 152 years ago, before it became a sport, before the scope of time-honored traditions settled in — before anyone could… Read more

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The University sent an email to students March 30 in regard to the opening of Phase 3 of Missouri’s vaccination rollout, set to begin April 9. Although Phase 1B Tier 3 — which opened March 15 —  allowed for some students to be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, Phase 3 will allow all college… Read more

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After four months of administering vaccines in Missouri, Phase 1B Tier 3 has opened up, providing COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to workers in childcare, government, information technology, nuclear reactors, materials, waste, transportation system, water and wastewater systems, communications … Read more

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Men came together from various campus organizations, slid into red high heels and strutted their way across town April 17. Around 50 men participated in the event to raise awareness about the causes, effects and remediations to men's sexualized violence.

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His comforting smile could ease the worries of a stranger, but he knew no strangers. His kind, yet sturdy presence challenged people to do better each day — a true personification of Pumbaa from “The Lion King.” After all, he was Mr. Hakuna Matata.