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Ex-Rep. Wallace named to Missouri education board

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A former southern Missouri lawmaker and school superintendent has been appointed to the State Board of Education.

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Expelled lesbian accepted at another school

An honor-roll student who was expelled from Southwestern Christian University in Oklahoma after she married another woman is now enrolled at a different university in the same state.

New technology coming to Jefferson City schools

Jefferson City students will soon have their hands on more than $270,000 worth of new technology. 

Obama in Oval Office

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Obama offers rules for success as he expands program for young minority men

Setting daily goals. Keeping an open mind. Separating honest criticism from blind "hating."

Crews to begin preps for demolition of University Village Apartments

Crews will be on site at University Village Apartments on the University of Missouri campus Monday to begin preparation for its demolition.

Superintendent responds to parent, teacher concerns

School isn't in session right now, but concerns from both parents and faculty were voiced in the Jefferson City School District.

Inspectors working at University Village

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University Village demolition begins Monday

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Demolition is expected to begin Monday at the University Village Apartments in Columbia, where a firefighter died in February.

Status change could mean two free years of tuition

High school students who came to the United States illegally before their 16th birthday can now qualify to receive two free years of higher education at a Missouri community college.

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