City

Take Root Cafe announces location

February 5, 2016

Following months of preparation, Take Root Cafe, an organic pay-what-you-can cafe, has announced they will be located in Pickler’s Famous on the square. Despite a plan for location, the cafe still has a long ways […]

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Glass recycling come to Kirksville

March 17, 2015

Kirksville’s $100,000 grant proposal for a new glass recycling program in the community has been approved. The program will feature monthly pick-up and be available to community members on an individual basis. Each house interested […]

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KRCCU is refunded & operational

March 5, 2015

The Kirksville Regional Computer Crimes Unit resumed operation during February after one month spent offline. KPD Detective Steve Feeney was reinstated as KRCCU investigator Feb. 17 and immediately returned to work in the computer crimes […]

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Truman awarded $400,000 grant

January 22, 2015

Truman State recently was awarded a $400,000 grant to implement a competency-based education program between the University, a high school dual-credit course and a course through Truman’s Joseph Baldwin Academy. Competency-based learning is a learning […]

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KRCCU loses funding, will shut down Jan 18

January 15, 2015

The Kirksville Regional Computer Crimes Unit will discontinue operation Monday because of a lack of state funding. The KRCCU is comprised of a full-time investigator, Detective Steve Feeney, a part-time officer and a special computer […]

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Guest scholar discusses language studies

November 13, 2014

Last week, Thomas Cravens, University of Wisconsin-Madison professor emeritus of Italian and Romance Linguistics, visited Truman State to host seminars about Romance languages. Cravens led four seminars Oct. 21-22. The seminars focused on strategies for […]

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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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Program promotes walking to school

October 23, 2014

The Kirksville Walking School Bus program started as part of the Safe Routes to School initiative Oct. 1. The organization’s mission is to improve the health of children nationwide by advancing programs that make it […]

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Linguist to Present on Campus

October 19, 2014

On October 21st-22nd, Thomas Cravens, professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, will be giving four presentations regarding the connections between Romance languages. The presentations are geared toward Romance language majors, but all students are welcome to […]