Having a safe and fun place to play is one of the most transformative things human beings do. Play engages and inspires by bringing fun and laughter to children and adults every day. The park board commission believes play is essential for us to thrive. Continuous improvements to the park, encourages everyone in the Bourbon community to live more playful lives. Families that play together stay together.
Opioid addiction keeps an estimated 1 million Missourians out of the workforce and costs the state about $1 million an hour, including the loss of jobs and wages. A new University of Missouri community health initiative will help rural communities counter the effects of the opioid crisis by focusing on local workforce recovery efforts, which could also help faltering rural economies.
From mid-September to mid-October, various student groups and initiatives at Missouri University of Science and Technology will offer educational opportunities to the community about Hispanic cultures and identities.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds Missourians ages 16 and older they may obtain their hunter-education certification through an all-online format. The online option allows Missourians ages 16 and older to complete their certification at their convenience at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. The all-online format is available at https://www.hunter-ed.com/missouri/.
The best time to prepare for an emergency is when there is no emergency, says Karen Funkenbusch, University of Missouri Extension health and safety specialist.
The Rolla community is invited to a Zoom presentation on Missouri S&T’s preliminary 2021 Campus Master Plan. Participants will learn about plans for a new entry to the Rolla community and a university arrival district as well as plans for the future of the physical campus environment, including buildings, facilities and grounds.