Ozark Rivers announces 2022 grant round for waste reduction education, recycling projects

    The Ozark Rivers Solid Waste Management District (ORSWMD) is accepting grant applications for the 2022 grant round, beginning July 1. Grant applications are due by noon on Friday, Aug. 20.

STE Communications welcomes Kent Sherrow as new director of marketing, regulatory and public affairs

    Kent Sherrow joins STE Communications this month as the new Director of Marketing, Regulatory and Public Affairs. With more than 25 years as an educational leader in school systems throughout Missouri, his long career defines a deep commitment to serving local communities.

Babysitting class being held in Rolla

Phelps Health will offer a Safe Sitter class Wednesday, July 28, from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM at the Phelps Health Human Resources Classrooms, located near the North Entrance of the hospital, 1000 West 10th Street, Rolla.

Governor announces $4 million in gs to combat crimes against children

Governor Mike Parson today announced $4 million in new grant opportunities to combat crimes against children and to provide additional funding to agencies that provide services to crime victims.

Limited, one-time funding eases adulthood challenges for current and former older youth in foster care

Older youth in foster care and former youth in foster care under age 27 may be eligible for one-time funding of up to $12,000 through the Education & Training Voucher (ETV) Program, or up to $2,000 in COVID-19 relief funds for education, employment, housing, transportation, life skills, or other services.

Medical Stabilization team at MBSH provides care to support acute withdrawal symptoms

    Did you know nearly 21 million Americans have at least one addiction? Yet only 10 percent of them receive treatment. From alcohol and cocaine to opioids and other prescription medications, addiction kills thousands of Americans every year and impacts millions of lives. Fortunately, there is hope with professional treatment.