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Boys golf wins districts, Echelmeier gets individual district title

Boys golf wins districts, Echelmeier gets individual district title

The beautiful weather and sunshine Monday, May 5 at Old Kinderhook south of Columbia overlooked RBHS’s boys golf team as they won the district golf championship. “Our team shot 304,” junior Matt Echelmeier said. “We won by a substantial amount.” Echelmeier, with a score of 71, tied with Michael Pfitzner, a player from Camdenton High […]

Family counselor discusses teen drug use

Family counselor discusses teen drug use

Video by Renata Williams In the past five years, alcohol use among high school seniors dropped from 43 percent to 39 percent; however, among the…

Computer glitch endangers internet privacy

Computer glitch endangers internet privacy

Recently, news of a disaster reached the ears of the Internet, bringing fear to the hearts of programmers and laymen alike. That disaster was called…

Immigration mindset outdated, needs reform

Immigration mindset outdated, needs reform

When discussing the issue of immigration, it is fairly common to hear an argument spring up comparing America to a house; if someone enters a…

Apps of the week: Microsoft Office Mobile, Wattpad, Orbsorb

Apps of the week: Microsoft Office Mobile, Wattpad, Orbsorb

New apps come out daily; sometimes it almost seems by the hour. There are so many to choose from, but here are a few that…

Global conflict escalates as Russian troops enter Crimea

Global conflict escalates as Russian troops enter Crimea

Paris lies 4,462 miles away. Rome, a bit further, is 5,141 miles from here. A mere 200 miles…

Nina Totenberg speaks at Columbia College

Nina Totenberg speaks at Columbia College

In November 2000, John Schiffman donated $1.5 million to Columbia College to start the Althea W. and John A. Schiffman…

NPR legal affairs correspondent visiting Columbia

NPR legal affairs correspondent visiting Columbia

Tomorrow Wednesday, March 12, award winning National Public Radio legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg will give a lecture…

You’ve come a long way, baby

You’ve come a long way, baby

In the 1880s people were asking for equal rights for men and women. The first women’s rights convention…

Undergraduate art education program at MU cut

Undergraduate art education program at MU cut

Senior Wynter Bresaw will have to rethink either the career path or the university she wishes to attend…

District will replace Angel with Blackboard

District will replace Angel with Blackboard

Platforms, whether Harry Potter’s one at 9 3/4 or those that host web information, can be difficult to…

Photo ID at polls complicates voting

Photo ID at polls complicates voting

Fifteen dollars, the average cost of a government issued photo identification, may not seem like a lot of…

Eye-dazzling laser show held in Planetarium

Eye-dazzling laser show held in Planetarium

[vsw id="83819252" source="vimeo" width="425" height="344" autoplay="no"] The Rock Bridge Planetarium will host laser shows today through Jan. 12.…

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