BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – In a year of many firsts, none have been greater than what took place Friday and Saturday in Birmingham, Ala. For the first time in their history, the Central Missouri Jennies track and field team can call themselves National Champions.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- The 20th-ranked Mules built a 14-point second half lead then held off a late charge from Northern State to earn an 82-72 win in the Central Regional opener on Saturday at the Sanford Pentagon. The Wolves got
CLERMONT, Fla. – Jennies softball ran their winning streak to eight straight with wins over Northwood (Mich.) and Southwest Minnesota State. The eight straight wins is the most since the 2011 season, when the Jennies won 11 in a row as they improve their record to 12-5.
The Central Missouri Mules were swept in an MIAA doubleheader for the first time since the 2012 season, as they dropped two games at Southwest Baptist on Thursday afternoon. The Bearcats won the opener 6-5 before taking the nightcap 6-2
The 9th Annual Branson Elvis Festival will be held at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater March 27th – 29th , 2015. The highlight of the festival, the Ultimate Elvis® Tribute Artist Contest™, will take place on Saturday, March 28th at 7 p.m. T
Research for “Life Everlasting and The Twelve Mile Blues,” began in 1987 when Marla J. Selvidge, former director of the Center for Religious Studies at UCM, discovered a defunct town of "Gilreath" while hiking in the hills of North Carolina
Thanks to a $9,673 Missouri Lottery Club Keno prize, a Sedalia man is hoping to continue his winning streak. Steven Young Jr., 34, was at E. Street Bar, 1201 E. Third St., in Sedalia, with friends on March 4 when he won the prize
Services for Stephen D. Gooch, a Smith-Cotton High School teacher who died Monday, have been scheduled. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 pm Friday at the First United Methodist Church Celebration Center,1701 West 32nd St
The Kansas City region will directly benefit from a new White House initiative announced today to bolster tech jobs, said U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill—a longtime supporter of federal job-training opportunities and of policies to grow the nation’s tech economy:
“It won’t surprise anyone in Kansas City that the region is being recognized for its culture of innovation
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