After two consecutive ties between the Rock Bridge and Hickman girls soccer teams, something had to give. That something was Kewpies freshman Katie LaRue, fresh from the junior varsity ranks.
Student rights? What are those? Imagine you’re a student at a local high school, wandering down the hallway and a police officer orders you to the ground while a drug dog sniffs you out. Is that abiding by student rights? A growing number of schools across the nation are subjecting their students to these kinds of actions. These schools are clearly violating their students’ Fourth Amendment rights.
Thursday, April 27th’s edition of the Missourian ran a piece titled “Changes Afoot for Diversity Bill,” which discussed the Emily Brooker Intellectual Diversity Act, also known as House Bill 213. The following passage is excerpted from the article. It states:
Where are all the bees going? These members of the insect family Apoidea with broad bodies and four wings are communitarian colonists that gather nectar and pollen.
Sen. Claire McCaskill was uninvited from speaking at her daughter’s Catholic high school commencement because her positions on abortion and embryonic stem cell research are at odds with those of the church.
The big three mineral elements of plant nutrition are nitrogen, phosphate and potassium, somewhat closely followed by calcium, and then far after these are the trace minerals: magnesium, boron, manganese, sulfur, iron, zinc. Even more minimally are copper, cobalt, molybdenum, chlorine and others.
AT&T announced Tuesday it will invest $335 million to expand new television and high-speed Internet services in Missouri, less than two months after Gov. Matt Blunt signed legislation to change the way telecommunications companies gain access to Missouri markets.
“Are you Sarah?”
Sarah Berendzen was startled when a man in a red-and-white striped hat and a Missouri Theatre sweatshirt approached her as she got out of her car on Bicknell Street.
Columbia has more than $450 million worth of capital projects it could undertake within the next 10 years if it can just find the money to do them all, and city leaders want the public’s help in determining what their priorities should be.
The Missouri Supreme Court upheld a law Tuesday letting parents sue people who help their teenage daughters get abortions without their consent.
The Missouri Department of Corrections has informed the appeals court considering the state’s lethal injection procedures that it will no longer use the services of a dyslexic surgeon for future lethal injection executions.
In “Urinetown, the Musical,” which plays for three more nights at Stephens College’s Macklanburg Playhouse, political issues take center stage for many of the audience members. Questions of environmental responsibility interlace with upbeat musical numbers and pithy jokes about necessary bodily functions.
The Business Selection Committee for Covenant Community Development Corp. will begin sending out fliers and pamphlets to churches, libraries and other civic organizations advertising pre-applications for small businesses that want space in its development at Garth Avenue and Sexton Road.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Senate sponsor of one of the governor’s main economic priorities said Tuesday that he will not sign on to the newest version because it was loaded with various tax breaks.
MILWAUKEE — Ben Sheets allowed two runs in six innings, showing no ill-effects from a groin injury he suffered in his last start, and Tony Graffanino hit a three-run homer to help the Milwaukee Brewers beat slumping St. Louis 12-2 on Tuesday night.
SAUGET, Ill. — Three days before he was killed in a highway wreck, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Josh Hancock was involved in a predawn accident that police treated routinely.
It was the second longest throw of the day, an incredible showing in the strong winds gusting through the Missouri Relays.
MILWAUKEE — After learning of Josh Hancock’s death, the emotions rushed back to Albert Pujols. The All-Star first baseman is still trying to come to grips with the latest tragedy in St. Louis.