Justice Albert "Albie" Sachs and Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia each shared stories of life-changing moments with MU graduates during graduation ceremonies on Sunday.
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Natalie Kukulka, a graduate from the School of Medicine, grew up around a family of physicians, but her father impacted her most, giving up his career for his family. Today, Natalie's father participates in her hooding ceremony.
Justice Albert "Albie" Sachs and the Rev. Melvin E. West received honorary degrees, Sachs as Doctor of Laws and West as Doctor of Humane Letters.
Starting in August, all counseling services at MU will be offered through the Counseling Center.
Columbia Water and Light has advised six customers to boil their water, spokeswoman Lissie Wade said.
The district is discussing updates to its recording policy, which would allow recording devices, under certain circumstances, during parent meetings.
Central Bank of Boone County will be burying another time capsule, to be opened in 2069, on June 12.
Teresa Parson made her comments at the Southern Boone Community Leader Breakfast on Thursday morning.
Jan Mees and James Whitt stepped down from their board positions Monday night after a combined 22 years of service.
Anthony Gallup is charged with five counts of property damage, one count of felony stealing, one count of misdemeanor stealing and one count of tampering with a motor vehicle.