Tuesday Nov 26
Focused exhibition at the Nelosn Atkins celebrates Civil Rights Movement
A focused exhibition with 13 works in various media at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art , History & Hope: Celebrating the Civil Rights Movement, brings together photographs, drawings and prints that acknowledge the role artists and musicians played in the civil rights struggle.
Jeff and Julie Kesterson, of Sedalia, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Leigh Kesterson, of Sedalia, to Kyle Wayne Borchers, also of Sedalia.
Two men die in crash near UCM
Two people were killed and a third person was seriously injured early Saturday morning after the car in which they were riding struck a tree near the University of Central Missouri Fraternity Complex.
Henderson State Names Shawn Jones Athletic Director
Henderson State President Glen Jones introduced Shawn Jones as the university's new director of athletics beginning in January.
The Kansas City Star
How Missourian Dale Carnegie won fame
In 1908, Dale Carnegie began his career as an Armour Meat Co. salesman, hawking beef, pork and lard throughout the Dakota Badlands.
Huffman Selected For Leadership Seminar
Grundy R-5 sophomore Brady Huffman has been selected to attend the 2014 Missouri Leadership Seminar.
2013 November 16
The University of Central Missouri has announced the 2013-14 class of the UCM Athletic Hall of Fame.
Meeting to focus on expanding Missouri training model
Government, business and education leaders are meeting to discuss a Missouri program that helps students complete their degrees sooner and land jobs in high-demand fields.
Stars and Stripes
Wing commander at Mo. base pays tribute to Skelton
The commander of the 509th Bomb Wing, Gen. Thomas Bussiere, paid tribute to the late Isaac "Ike" Skelton during Veterans Day observances Monday at the University of Central Missouri's Multipurpose Building.