Jerry Mills and Richard Steele won seats in the April 8th city council election, after a long count due to an unexpectedly high voter turn out. On the ballot, city council and school board decisions were announced hours past the expected time due to high turnout and write ins. Results from the County Clerks office […]
A propane leak occurred this afternoon at 2:45 p.m. at Hunter Tire, located at 1616 N Green St. The leak currently is contained. Kirksville Fire Department Captain James Snyder says Heetco was working on a propane tank when the safety shut off valve failed. The leak became out of control during the process of replacing […]
Two people were brought to Northeast Regional Medical Center Saturday after their trucks collided at the intersection of Rosewood and Baltimore streets. Witness Hossam Hassan says one vehicle was driving southbound on Baltimore St. when it was struck by another vehicle turning left onto the street, causing the first vehicle to flip over at about […]
“The Company,” a short film written and directed by senior Josh Goldstein, is the culmination of the artistic efforts of several individuals in the Truman State community, coming from a variety of backgrounds and majors. Sharing an Artistic Vision The film is a large collaborative effort, including seven highly involved crewmembers and 30 actors and […]
TMN sat down with the contestants for Truman’s chapter of Delta Zeta’s Big Man on Campus competition, which will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday in Baldwin Auditorium. This is the 17th year Delta Zeta has sponsored the event. TMN asked the contestants which philanthropy they will donate to if they win, why they chose […]
Baldwin Auditorium resounded with the poetry of former Truman State English professor Jim Thomas Saturday night as tenor Scott Piper brought the words of his former professor and friend to life onstage. Piper, who developed a friendship with Thomas while he was a student, performed a series of poems set to music in the form […]
Our generation is lazy, entitled and narcissistic. At least that’s the popular stereotype of Generation Y, more commonly referred to as millennials. The media loves to talk about the problems millennials have while pretending everyone born since the 1980s is exactly the same. Meanwhile, real problems this generation faces get pushed to the side. It’s […]
8/10 stars If you’ve grown weary of the indie dance craze that has taken over alternative radio, look no further than Manchester Orchestra’s fourth album, “Cope.” Manchester Orchestra is a five-piece indie rock band from Alanta, Ga. They also run their own record label, Favorite Gentlemen, which released “Cope” April 1. “Cope” puts the rock […]
On April 2, 1964, the Beach Boys recorded the instrumental track for their single “I Get Around.” Band members Brian Wilson and Mike Love wrote the song, featuring Love on lead vocals with Wilson backing. It was notable for its back-to-front structure, starting with the chorus and two short verses. At the time of recording, […]
3.0/5 stars After four years of relative silence from Ontario indie rock band Tokyo Police Club, their third full-length album, “Forcefield,” has received mixed reviews. Since 2005, Tokyo Police Club has released two EPs, an album of covers, and two LPs, their most recent being 2010’s “Champ.” The band is made up of vocalist and […]
While in Nashville, Tenn., for a tournament, the Bullets women’s rugby team from Truman State returned to their motel rooms around 10 p.m. March 21 after a brief dinner and discovered a broken window and several personal belongings missing. After realizing one of the team’s four motel rooms had been broken into and items including rugby […]
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Head Truman State men’s basketball coach Matt Woodley had a message to deliver this week to senior forward Mike Carlson before it hit the press.
With an announcement looming, Woodley called Carlson and informed him — he was named Great Lakes Valley Conference co-Player of the Year. The award marks him as the first player throughout the program’s 95-year history to earn conference Player of the Year honors.
Join Kate Linman and Chad Davis in the studio as we visit the A.T. Still University Museum, investigate sexual assaults on campus, and take a look into the life of a Truman cheerleader. All this and more is on today’s show, stay tuned.
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Join Amber Draper as we highlight the reformed pay laws, Dog Pound, our weekly recipe segment and the Kirksville Victims Support Services. Also be sure to check part two of the sexual assault series and our talk show, Yoo and Me Tonight on channel 36. You don’t want to miss this!