Tyler Lawson was hopeful that his letter to his favorite baseball team, the Boston Red Sox, would garner some kind of response. He never imagined that his letter would hit a home run.
Tyler and his fellow students in teacher Shannon Gwaltney’s sixth grade computer class at Sedalia Middle School completed a persuasive letter assignment in September; students selected a celebrity, store, sports team or restaurant and wrote a letter requesting a response that would include some kind of item
Cadet Private First Class Karina Miranda was named the Army JROTC Cadet of the Month for Smith-Cotton High School. A cadet from each company competed on 20 March, 2015, for the honor of being named the “Cadet of the Month
Almost every week I hear about a friend, acquaintance, old schoolmate or family member being diagnosed with cancer. I have Facebook friends who report almost daily about their routine chemotherapy treatments
Jefferson City, Mo. – Auto insurance premiums have declined significantly since 2000, according to figures released by the Missouri Department of Insurance. The average annual cost for full coverage peaked in 2003 at $740 – it dipped to $726 in 2013. In inflation-adjusted dollars, p
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - New hope is on the horizon for children suffering from chronic kidney disease, thanks to the results of a study released today that, for the first time, identifies some of the factors that can lead to kidney failure.
Three Mules and six Jennies' basketball players were named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll as announced by the league office on Thursday. In addition, Preston Brunz of Mules Basketball and Shelby Winkelmann of Jennie
WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- The University of Central Missouri will hold a pep rally on Wednesday, March 25 to honor the 2015 NCAA-II Women's Indoor Track & Field National Champion Jennies and Mules Wrestling National Champion Frank Cagnina.
The Missouri Department of Higher Education announced Friday that there will be sufficient funds available to fully fund the A+ Scholarship Program for the Spring 2015 semester.
Department officials notified colleges and high schools in December that students participating in the program for the Spring 2015 semester might have to cover the cost of tuition and general fees for one credit hour to avoid exceeding available program funds
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Missouri National Guard has experienced a 25 percent growth in minority personnel over the past year due to a concerted recruiting and retention effort spearheaded by the Adjutant General.
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