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Parents Ordered to Sign Permission Slip to Let Kids Eat Oreos

It may seem like a black and creamy white matter, but letting a child eat an Oreo is anything but.

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Skyline Elementary Character Kids
Skyline Elementary Character Kids For March 2015

Skyline Elementary Names March Character Kids


Skyline Elementary School has named its Character Kids for March. The character word for March is honesty. Front Row: Maverick Miller, Katelyn Sweeney, Carson Bates, Mia Ross

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Tyler Lawson
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Sedalia Middle School sixth grader Tyler Lawson displays the items he received from the Boston Red Sox in response to a persuasive letter he wrote to the team in September. The box arrived Monday, March 23.

Boston Red Sox Wow Sedalia Middle School Student

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

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Pictured: Mr. Don Barbour, Cadet Karina Miranda and Mr. Raul Miranda)

Karina Miranda Wins Cadet of The Month For Smith-Cotton High School

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

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Columbia College Will Vote On A Proposal To Split the College

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The Columbia College Board of Trustees will vote next month on a proposal to split the college into separate schools. A task force that studied the proposal for several months has endorsed the change

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University of Missouri-Columbia Police Chief Set To Retire

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri-Columbia's police chief is retiring after more than four decades with the department. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports Jack Watring's last official day on the job will be June 1st

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St. Louis Student Told To Take Online Classes For Suspension

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A student told to take online courses from home after being suspended from school is suing the St. Louis school district, claiming he isn't learning much because he cannot access those classes

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Fulton Middle School Survey Is Investigated

FULTON, Mo. (AP) — Fulton Public Schools has launched an investigation into a teacher-led activity referred to as a "survey" that has upset participating students and parents. The Sun reports that during a Fulton Middle School physical education class on Friday, some of the statements touched on topics such as sexual abuse and financial problems inside the students' homes

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Joshua Gall
The Allegan County News, YouTube

Marine Surprises Son at School, Causes Those Tears You Feel Forming

Everyone loves a good video of a military member returning home, so here's one that's especially poignant.

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Missouri State University Cautions Students About A Naked Man

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Missouri State University officials say a naked man has exposed himself several times on the campus. The university has received seven reports since early February of a man wearing only a ski mask entering the female floors of the Hammons House Dormitory

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