The VFW in St. James will host the first CARE event this Friday evening. CARE (Cancer Awareness Rally Events) is a local charity recently founded by Chad Picker of St. James after the passing of his father, Stanley Picker of St. James.
Most Rolla residents surveyed by the ETC Institute this spring said they would be eager to back another attempt to permanently extend the recreation sales tax at a lower rate and use the money collected to pay for the operation of the parks and recreation department.
The Solar House Team, a student design team at Missouri University of Science and Technology, is hosting a night of music and drinks on summer solstice at the Public House Brewing Co. to raise awareness about the team and its projects.
Dr. Richard Dawes, an assistant professor of chemistry at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has been selected to receive an Early Career Award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) through the Office of Basic Energy Science.
A new center for steel manufacturing research at Missouri University of Science and Technology will be renamed to honor the legacy of the late Dr. Kent D. Peaslee, a metallurgical engineering professor who helped establish the center.
Command Sgt. Maj. Butler Kendrick Jr. became the U.S. Army Engineer School's 17th regimental command sergeant major Thursday during a change-of-responsibility ceremony held on the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) Plaza at Fort Leonard Wood.
Results of the 2013 DirectionFinder Survey will be presented at tonight’s Rolla City Council meeting.Chris Tatham, of the ETC Institute, is scheduled to attend the meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers at Rolla City Hall. Tatham was scheduled to attend the last meeting in...
A Doolittle woman this past week shared her concerns with Doolittle Police Chief Scott Jones and the Doolittle Board of Aldermen regarding how she was allegedly treated by a Doolittle police officer in May.
Short on cash and needing to pay a bill? Missouri residents soon could turn to their hometown banks for a quick cash advance under legislation that could allow traditional financial institutions to compete with the payday lenders that proliferate across the state.
Rolla Municipal Utilities (RMU) will be replacing a water main on Rolla Street between Sixth and Third streets from Monday, June 17, through Friday, June 21. The road will be closed and detours will be in place.
After a bomb threat, which turned out to be a hoax, was made at the Medical Office Building at Phelps County Regional Medical Center last week, Phelps County Courthouse officials want to review their emergency preparedness plans.
Last week the Rolla Public Library partnered with the Missouri Geological Survey and Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to provide programming for families and youth at the library as part of the library’s summer reading program, “Dig Into Reading.”
Phelps County’s sales tax receipts for this month are down compared to June 2012, according to the latest figures provided by County Treasurer Carol Green, who presented them to county commissioners Tuesday, June 11.
More than 120 volunteers led by two dozen conservation scientists and multiple public and private sector groups will help with a Bio Blitz, an extensive inventory of flora and fauna, in the Mill Creek Watershed near Newburg this Saturday, June 15, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This Friday, June 14, marks the 238th birthday of the U.S. Army and to celebrate and recognize 40 years of professionalism and bravery of ready and resilient soldiers in the all-volunteer force, the Fort Leonard Wood team plans to host a division-style run, luncheon and streamer ceremony and retreat.
Amanda McBee, a 2012 physics graduate of Missouri University of Science and Technology, recently received an Outstanding Beginning Teacher Award from the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (MACTE).
On Wednesday, June 5, Republican Jason Smith, who won the vacant seat in Missouri's Eighth District, was sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives less than 18 hours after Missouri polling locations for the special June 4 election closed.