Logging In with Truman Athletics

April 26, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] With the advent of Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites, social media dramatically has changed the way the general public receives their news updates and revolutionized the way we communicate. Two-thirds of Americans have […]


City Employees Discuss Goals

February 5, 2015

Kirksville city manager Mari Macomber and other city department leaders updated the community and council members about the events of the last year and highlighted goals for the coming year during the State of the […]

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Be careful of icy sidewalks

January 15, 2015

Returning to Kirksville after winter break, I received a rude welcome — as soon as I stepped out of my car, I slipped on my icy driveway and fell. Luckily, I wasn’t hurt. Still, lying […]

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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 […]


Privacy in the Age of Information

November 18, 2014

We live in an age where information travels as fast as the click of a mouse. The Internet is a constantly growing mountain of information, especially in the realm of social media. However, the volume of information […]

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Big screen artist hits Kirksville

October 23, 2014

“America’s Got Talent” contestant David Garibaldi brings his performance painting act to Kirksville The SAB survey conducted at the end of spring semester indicated Truman State students wanted more entertainment-based speakers, and the Student Activities […]