City

POST commission public hearing held in Kirksville

October 15, 2015

Kirksville residents and Adair County law enforcement officers took the opportunity to voice their concerns and suggestions regarding officer training standards during a public meeting Wednesday. The Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training commission (POST) […]

Campus

Overcrowded bike racks cause controversy

October 14, 2015 and

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Truman State Department of Public Safety issued multiple warnings to students for chaining bicycles to objects other than bike racks during early September. Several students objected to the citations at the Student Government meeting […]

Campus

Planned protest draws controversy

October 13, 2015

Junior Tommy Fieser postponed his Facebook event for a “Pointless Protest,” in reaction to the responses and controversy it has generated. The protest was supposed to take place Sept. 30 on The Quad, but in […]

City

Kirksville to repair The Square

October 11, 2015

Kirksville roads are full of peeling tar, large potholes and uneven curbing, but the city’s contractor will begin road repairs for some of the major problem areas. Mihalevich Concrete Construction, Inc. will fix areas including […]

City

Truman students kick it for the gold

October 10, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Two black belt members of Kirksville Taekwon-Do — siblings junior Megan Matheney and junior Matthew Matheney — competed in Boston this summer at the International Taekwondo tournament and contributed to the 29 medals earned by the Kirksville Taekwon-Do, […]

Campus

Deer hunting season begins

October 9, 2015

Hunting seasons are opening up to new game in Missouri this month. Deer season dates vary by region and regulations. There will be a November deer season Nov. 14-24. Hunting hours extend from half an […]