The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
Updated at 4:00 PM

This week, our office welcomed Tyler Dodd, currently a junior at Rolla High School who has taken part of the Missouri 4-H Legislative Program.

Posted at 4:00 PM

The United States and Iraq are planning a spring offensive to retake the city of Mosul that will require 20,000 to 25,000 Iraqi troops to defeat 1,000 to 2,000 Islamic State fighters, according to an official from U.S. Central Command.

Updated at 3:27 PM

All community members are encouraged to attend the upcoming Army listening session to express their concerns to Pentagon officials about further proposed soldier and Army civilian job cuts at Fort Leonard Wood.

Updated at 3:25 PM

Because they’ll meet as scheduled Monday, March 2, Rolla City Council members will not be able to attend a listening session that same night with federal government officials about the future of Fort Leonard Wood, so Tuesday night, Feb. 17,...

Updated at 3:22 PM

Only four people (five, if you count this Rolla Daily News editor) turned out Thursday evening to listen to Scott Caron, Rolla Parks and Recreation Department director, give an informational report of the department, including its budget and a brief...

Updated at 3:19 PM

The Rolla School District has formed a committee to promote the tax levy and bond issue that will be placed before voters in the April 7 municipal and school election.

Updated at 3:10 PM

How do families struggling to make ends meet to put food on the table and have access to proper health care impact the lives of those in a community who do not have those challenges?

Updated at 2:59 PM

Missouri Deputy State Auditor Harry Otto released the city of Dixon petition audit Wednesday, and the news wasn't good for the city of Dixon.

Updated at 2:58 PM

A Missouri Republican wants to require preschools and daycare centers to tell parents if there are other children attending who have not been vaccinated against measles or other illnesses.

Updated at 2:56 PM

Wednesday morning on the way to work, I listened to “Morning Edition” on KMST 88.5 and heard a report on “free range children,” who are kids around the age of 10 allowed by parents to walk a few blocks or even a mile to a...

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