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Keep safety top of mind when exploring the outdoors

Being outdoors can be a fun and relaxing experience, and the Missouri State Parks team wants to remind park visitors about the importance of practicing safety measures when visiting a state park or historic site.

Three killed in I-44 crash

    Three people were killed Friday in four-vehicle crash on I-44 at the 214 mile marker near the Leasburg exit east of Cuba. All of the victims were from Wisconsin.

S&T alumnus John Warmack to speak at Missouri S&T commencement July 31

John Warmack of Texarkana, Arkansas, principal at Warmack and Co. LLC, will deliver the commencement address at a special July ceremony at Missouri University of Science and Technology.

S&T adds medical lab science certification as a biology emphasis area

A new program at Missouri University of Science and Technology will allow those interested in the field of medical laboratory science to study in the Missouri S&T biological sciences department for three years and then finish their degree with a year of clinical professional study at one of three certified Missouri hospital programs.

Weed electrocution research sparks interest as herbicide resistance impedes current methods

Move over, herbicides. There’s a new sheriff in town. And he’s toting some powerful guns loaded with electricity to kill weeds.
This shocking new method of weed control was demonstrated at the 2021 Pest Management Field Day at the University of Missouri Bradford Research Center in Columbia.

Sidewalk repairs slowed due to broke stormwater pipe

    A sidewalk replacement near the James Memorial Public Library was slowed after the city damaged a buried stormwater pipe leading from the St. James City Park out of the area. Work had also been slowed last week due to rainy weather.