Editorial

From the Desk of the Editor

April 23, 2016

It took me a whopping three days to complete my application process for the Index when I attended Truman Week almost three years ago. I wasn’t nearly as excited about the festivities of Truman Week itself — I’ll […]

Columns

Opinion: Christie slams senate

February 2, 2016

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, one of 12 remaining Republican presidential candidates, spoke at an intimate rally at a pub last night, 24 hours before the start of the Iowa Caucus. Christie spoke of his […]

Campus

Blueprint Teams propose improvements

January 29, 2016

The faculty Blueprint Teams formed by University President Troy Paino have started meeting with Paino to discuss their submitted reports and finalize the contents in preparation for a February University-wide announcement. The teams submitted their reports Dec. 11 after […]

City

Commission approves new training standards

December 6, 2015

The Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission approved rules to strengthen law enforcement training standards Dec. 1. The POST Commission now will require additional training for several aspects of police tactics, such as de-escalation […]

City

City aims to restore downtown

November 16, 2015

Although plans for the Kirksville Downtown Revitalization Pilot Project are not finalized or approved, city officials hope the program will lead to continued economic growth. Missouri had the highest growth in new businesses during 2013, according […]