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Full Show 10-30-14

October 31, 2014

Join Brian Behrens and Dan Stewart in the studio for our special Halloween episode.

At Home & Abroad

The Abandoned Ski Lodge

October 31, 2014

Before Kirksville’s Rainbow Basin Ski Lodge closed down during 1991, local residents visited the lodge to eat, relax and enjoy the slopes. The snowmakers ran at night and the lights glistened on the snow-covered hills. […]

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‘Dogs lose two games

October 30, 2014

This weekend, men’s soccer (5-10-1, 4-9-1 GLVC) suffered two losses, which ended their chance of postseason play. Losing both of their games this weekend, the Bulldogs missed out on their chance to compete in the playoffs, […]

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‘Dogs win two in a row

October 30, 2014

Truman State women’s varsity soccer team tallied another victory at Bulldog Soccer Park last Friday. University of Missouri-St. Louis lost 1-0 to the Bulldogs, and the string of wins continued as the Bulldogs defeated Maryville […]

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Fall swim season winding down

October 30, 2014

Last weekend Truman State’s swim team traveled to St. Charles, Missouri, to compete against Lindenwood University and Drury University in a dual meet. Although the men’s and women’s teams didn’t finish in first place, the […]

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Heart and Sole walk promotes cardiac health

October 30, 2014

NEMO Heart Health Corporation hosted the third annual Northeast Missouri Heart and Sole Walk Oct. 25 at the Kirksville High School football track. This non-competitive event is part of the organization’s efforts to promote activity […]

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Fall Television Review

October 30, 2014

THERE ARE TOO MANY GOOD TELEVISION SHOWS THAT REVIEWING THEM ON A WEEK-BY-WEEK BASIS WAS NOT GOING TO CUT IT. TO FIX THAT, THE INDEX HAS PUT TOGETHER A COMPILATION OF SHORT REVIEWS OF A […]

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Get spooked this Halloween

October 30, 2014

For those unsure of what to do this Halloween, there are four spooktacular events happening on campus — three of which will raise awareness for good causes. With Halloween coming up, there is no need […]

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Halloween deserves an entire month

October 30, 2014

It’s almost Halloween and the costume hunts are in full swing. Candy fills the store aisles, from pumpkin-shaped peanut butter cups to highlighter-orange colored chocolates and cream filling, and carved pumpkins and fake spiderwebs are […]