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Get to know your 2018-2019 STUCO President Drew Morris
02:58
Louder Than a Bomb Performance: Freshman Hope Schust
01:56
Louder Than a Bomb Performance: Senior Brayden Stallons
02:11
Louder Than a Bomb Performance: Junior Taylor Young
02:07
Making a statement: RBHS students join the national walkout for gun control
04:16
Rock Bridge Boys' Basketball vs. Chaminade Highlights 3/16
06:51
3/14 Walkout: Senior Kris Cho's speech in front of RBHS
02:45
Sights and Sounds: True/False Film Fest Buskers' Last Stand
01:59
Global Village Fashion Show 2018
02:23
Sights and Sounds: True/False Film Festival DIY Day 2018 Mar. 2
01:19
A T/F interview with Thanya Iyer
06:53
True/False Film Festival Day 1 Recap
01:56
True/False Jubilee 2018
01:41
The moment Connor Squellati was named the 2018 Courtwarming King
00:30
Siblings of RBHS: The Farid Family
03:37
RB Basketball vs. Hickman Highlights 2/13/18
01:39
RB Boys' Basketball vs. Hogan Prep Highlights
02:15
RB Girls' Basketball vs. Hickman 1/25/18
02:56
Senior Grace Kirk's first concert: RBHS Firsts
01:42
How does West Virginia School Board of Education v. Barnette still affect students?
04:29
Sophomore Anna Kirby's first car crash: RBHS Firsts
01:13
What is the role of the media?: An RBHS student view
02:08
Solidarity March and Rally Jan. 20
02:43
Gentry 8th Grader's thoughts on RBHS
02:36
"Thunderstruck!": Sights and sounds of the Show Choir Showcase
04:02
Can you remember the five protections provided by the 1st amendment?
02:44
Hot Chocolooza 2018
01:38
Sights and Sounds of the RBHS Wind Symphony
02:11

Teacher salary schedules revised for next fall

Columbia Public Schools is scheduled to face change in teacher salary schedules starting in the fall. After the CMNEA (Columbia Missouri National Education Association)...

Boys’ golf prepares for state tournament

Boys' golf win first place in sectionals to go on to state.

Boys’ track focuses on meet

Districts for track is May 12, and 40 of the top varsity runners have to prepare for the biggest, most competitive meet of the...

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Special Report: You can go home again

Doctors overprescribe drugs, feed epidemic

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) explains that the term “opioid” covers a variety of controlled substances that possess pain-reducing properties. The more common variations of the drugs are the schedule 1 drug Heroin, prescription drug Oxycodone and a synthetic variant, Fentanyl.