The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
Updated at 12:36 PM

All freshmen at the University of Missouri will be required to undergo diversity training beginning in January, and the program will eventually be expanded to include all students, faculty and staff.

Updated at 12:34 PM

The University of Missouri has officially begun the public phase of the largest fundraising campaign in the school's history, with the goal of raising $1.3 billion by 2020.

Updated at 12:33 PM

Participants in the upcoming Innovate Ozarks 2015 conference in Salem will have the chance to learn about new trends and opportunities with tourism and entrepreneurship as part of two keynote addresses focused on what these economic strategies are...

Updated at 12:32 PM

More than 60 farmers and producers heard presentations on a variety of agricultural topics during the annual Wurdack Research Center Field Day held Oct. 2.

Updated at 12:27 PM

James L. Spehr, retired metallurgical engineer and alumnus of Missouri University of Science and Technology, will present a lecture in the seventh annual Dr. Thomas J. O’Keefe Lecture Series, presented by the Missouri S&T department of...

Updated at 12:25 PM

Domestic violence is an issue that peoplefrom all different walks of life face, and staff members with Army Community Service want people to know that help is available.

Updated at 12:24 PM

If you knew someone in grade school who could identify all the states and their capitals on a map, and discuss the reason for their location, it’s possible they might currently be working or training as a geospatial engineer for the Army.

Updated at 12:19 PM

Kate Roberts, kindergarten teacher at Mark Twain Elementary, was selected as the Educator of the Year for the South Central Region Teachers Association (MSTA). Roberts received the award Oct. 8 at the regional convention in Union. Roberts was...

Updated at 11:12 AM

TIP OF THE WEEKWhen it comes to snacking, there are dozens of ways to answer your cravings.

Updated at 10:39 AM

As if you needed another reminder, J.R. Smith is a legend.

Updated at 10:20 AM

JEFFERSON CITY-It's been more than a year full of public meetings and reviews aimed at ultimately axing the current benchmarks for what Missouri schoolchildren should learn in each grade, but some opponents still are not satisfied with the proposed...

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