It’s time to cut the cheese again, so to speak.
In connection with the partnership between Jefferson College and the St. Louis Astronomical Society (SLAS) to operate an observatory site on the Hillsboro campus, the College will host several public “Aim for the Stars” observation nights throughout 2023 for those of all ages who want to lea…
At a recent North County School Board meeting, Superintendent Katie Bockman cleared the air of rumors that had been circulating about the district’s meal program. Board members at the meeting also heard about the district’s efforts to institute a new student information system, and they acce…
Southeast Missouri University recently announced students who were included on the honors lists from fall semester.
The "Save Your Sweetheart" CPR classes return once again as the St. Francois County Ambulance District will be offering a full day of classes.
“I Saw It Out My Window.”
Homecoming is the time when students and staff, former graduates and community come together to reconnect for an evening of high school basketball.
The local career and technical education (CTE) school is holding an open house 6-8 p.m. March 7 to showcase the way its programs transform into real careers with better-than-average pay.
In connection with Jefferson College’s mission to provide diverse educational experiences for area residents of all ages, the Performing Arts and Cultural Enrichment (PACE) series continues this spring. The lineup features events spanning a wide range of entertainment genres, including natio…
The Kingston High School gym floor has seen better days.
The West County Board of Education meeting on Thursday was a short one filled with a lot of information from the school administration including a brief discussion on a four-day school week.
Mineral Area College Foundation will hold its annual Trivia Night on Jan. 27 in the Bob Sechrest Field House at Mineral Area College. Doors open at 6 p.m., and trivia begins at 7 p.m.
The Mineral Area College Board of Trustees heard updates from the school’s president, Dr. Joe Gilgour, on the start of the new legislative session in Jefferson City and the MAC Foundation, in the absence of Executive Director of Development Kevin Thurman, who is on medical leave.
The INCubatoredu program at Farmington High School is progressing, along with its second year of aspiring entrepreneurs building real businesses.
UniTec Career Center's Student of the Month for December 2022 is Remington Bowers, a Kingston High School senior who is pursuing a career as a boilermaker.
With the start of the new year, Mineral Area College is preparing to open an Early Learning Academy later this month for children ages 2-5.
The Southeast Coalition for Roadway Safety is offering grant funding to local schools that hold student lock-in events for Project Prom or high school graduation.
The West County Board of Education met earlier this month, hearing about Title 1, counseling programs, and a student’s request to change the dress code.
Students at Central Middle School (CMS) have been creating a purposeful outdoor space for their school community, and it is “blooming” into fruition. The Outdoor Classroom Garden at CMS was designed by a group of 40 students who met during their advisory period in recent weeks.
After weeks of work to build the most efficient model bridges, Southeast Missouri high school students put their bridges to the test Nov. 17 at the completion of MoDOT’s 19th Annual Bridge Building Competition. The competition challenges high school juniors and seniors to design and construc…
North County Raider fans are cheering for the high school cheerleaders, who have once again won the state championship organized by the Missouri Cheerleading Coaches Association at Southeast Missouri State on Dec. 10. The cheerleaders also clinched the title last year for the school, which m…
The North County School Board, at its meeting Wednesday, considered the new interest rates approved by the Federal Reserve and approved pursuing the possibility of buying CDs, to take advantage of the improved rates and as an investment in local banks. The board members also approved a new M…
Members of the Desloge Chamber of Commerce recently met for a monthly luncheon and heard from Dr. Ryan Long, the principal at North County High School.
Appropriate clothing for school is a point of discussion every year. But are dress codes in Longview, Washington, inconsistent and do they unfairly target girls?
“Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” “Frosty the Snowman” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” are only a few of the holiday selections to be featured by the Mineral Area Fine Arts Academy Community Jazz Ensemble on Thursday.
Members of the Park Hills Lions Club recently visited Central Elementary in Park Hills after making their annual winter coat donation this month.
Farmington’s Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America held its annual Installation of Officers and Induction of Members ceremonies Oct. 20, which is also Missouri FBLA Day as proclaimed by Governor Mike Parson.