The Kirksville Guild of Brewers is hosting the first NEMO Beer Appreciation Day and Homebrew Competition Oct. 25 in Kirksville. This event, which will take place at the Farmer’s Market, DuKum Inn and DuKum Upp, includes a homebrew demonstration, sessions to learn about beer and a tasting party. Erin Shaw, Beer Appreciation Day Coordinator, says […]
More than 100 Kirksville residents voiced concerns during the past two months about an Ameren proposal for new power line construction through Kirksville. The Mark Twain Transmission Project would transport renewable energy, mostly wind, from Iowa to Illinois, crossing through Kirksville and other northeast Missouri towns. Ameren will host an informal open house from 4 […]
TMN Reporter Amber Draper profiles Kirksville’s roller derby team, The NEMO ViQueens. Females 18 and up are encouraged to join and the team hosts beginners night on Wednesday from 7-9 at Leisure World. Check out TMN TV’s full show here.
Freshman Connor Cunningham of Edwardsville, Illinois, died last weekend from injuries sustained during a car accident. At about 8:30 p.m. Oct. 18, Cunningham was walking near Jefferson and Fible Streets when he was hit by a car driven by a 41-year-old male from Tennessee. The Kirksville Police Department responded to a call about the incident […]
After two student deaths in two weeks, Truman State’s Residence Life and Student Affairs staff are working to help students cope with the aftereffects of loss. Freshman Connor Cunningham and junior Mackenzie McDermott passed away during October. McDermott died of natural causes while studying abroad in Spain and Cunningham died as a result of injuries […]
Connor Cunningham, a Truman State student, was killed by a motor vehicle Saturday night. Cunningham, according to a Kirksville Police Department news release, was a 19 year-old male from Illinois. Cunningham, who was a pedestrian, was hit by a vehicle sometime before 8:30 p.m. near the intersection of Jefferson Street and Fible Street. According to the […]
Truman State’s Women’s and Men’s Cross Country dominated Saturday at the Haskell Invitational in Lawrence, Kansas, both taking first place. Head coach Tim Schwegler says although this meet posed a break from the tough meets the team has been at this year, he was happy with the success the men and women experienced at Haskell. […]
Truman State’s women’s soccer team snagged more wins this weekend to increase their record to 10-2-1. The first of the two wins came against St. Joseph’s College with a score line of 3-1. With a noon kickoff Sunday the Bulldogs ended their home stand with their second victory against Indianapolis with a 2-0 victory. Friday’s match took […]
On Homecoming Saturday, the Bulldogs lost their early lead to the William Jewell Cardinals with a final score of 21-17. The Bulldogs started out strong with a touchdown scored during the first quarter on a complete five-yard pass from sophomore quarterback Devonte Black to senior wide receiver Kurt Loyd. During the second quarter, the […]
Most people know post-punk bands like The Cure or The Smiths because of the mainstream fame these bands achieved. Echo and the Bunnymen are an equally talented and influential post-punk band, but they have received far less recognition than their contemporaries. Echo and the Bunnymen were part of the revival of neo-psychedelic music within the […]
Imagine a sultry, Adele-type vocalist crooning about an ethereal orchestra of strings, guitars, basses and keyboards. Now, imagine this all in space, among the constellations, planets and nebulae. Got it? That’s the sound Kan Wakan evokes in their song “Forever Found” off of their new album “Moving On.” Kan Wakan is based out of Los […]
Are you someone who loves to jam out in your dorm room or your car, but gets sick of the same old rock sounds that show up in your music library? Well, a group of five guys have achieved a level of awesome that is worth checking out. Young the Giant, based out of Irvine, […]
Video games are often criticized for being violent, mindless and a waste of time. However, many developers are trying to change that perception. Many modern video games are more than just games — they are an art form. What Is Art? The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines art as “something that is created with imagination and […]
For many of us at the Truman Media Network, Mackenzie’s McDermott’s death is deeply personal. During her freshman and sophomore years, Mackenzie was a columnist for the Index. She also wrote music reviews for KTRM. During the 2012-13 academic year, I served as the Opinions and Editorials Editor at the Index. Mackenzie was a member […]
A Missouri judge made a big move towards equality this Friday when he ruled in favor of 10 same sex couples. Gay marriage still can’t be performed in Missouri, but now the state must recognize gay marriages from other states.
Join Laura Seaman as we explore the Kirksville Art Gallery, take a trip to the Thousand Hill State park and look at the unveiling of the Del and Norma Robison Planetarium. You don’t want to miss this!
Join Nate Kardesch and Jonah McKeown live in the studio as we highlight Claire McCaskill’s visit to Truman, Kirksville’s abandoned Rainbow Basin ski lodge, and conduct an exclusive live interview with Truman’s cross country and track head coach.
Join Dan Stewart and Scott Kriegshauser in the studio as Truman students recount their summer trip to the Middle East. And later, find out what unusual sport a Truman professor is playing in her spare time. Stay tuned for the Dog Pound, FilmCast, and more.