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Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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From hard-hitting investigations to quick breaking news around Columbia and RBHS, the core of Bearing News has a wide selection for any reader to choose from. Look here for the latest stories circulating around town and school, and be sure to check back every day for more fresh coverage.

True/False DIY Day sign ups come to a close

This Friday, Feb. 10, is the last day to sign up for True/False film festival’s Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Day. According to the True/False website, the...

District curriculum varies based on school, class options

An investigation into the curriculum set up of CPS secondary schools and why certain classes are offered or paired.

CPS educators gather outside of Blunt’s office to protest DeVos nomination

As the decision comes closer for the U.S. Senate to confirm Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos, a person laced in controversy, CPS teachers took to Sen. Blunt's office to ask him to vote against DeVos.
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Voter fraud compromises court

Student Council determined on Monday that the original list of courtwarming candidates had to be amended because of suspected fraudulent voting. Although Student Council announced...

New anti-bullying law induces felony charge

A new Missouri law can result in a class E felony for students charged with causing distress through bullying.

Greitens to support school choice options

Gov. Eric Greitens pushes for school choice options for special education students in Missouri.