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Hodge Graduates from William Woods

William Woods University in Fulton, Mo., held its graduation May 11. Christopher Hodge of Pattonsburg graduated with a specialist of education degree.

A total of 340 students received diplomas. With another ceremony held in December, the combined number of WWU graduates since last May is 882.

William Woods University is an independent, professions-oriented, liberal arts-based institution serving the educational needs of both men and women. William Woods has an enrollment

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Squires Earns Degree at UCM

Area residents, including Jessica D. Squires of Coffey, were among the more than 1,600 individuals who were eligible to participate in the University of Central Missouri’s 2013 spring commencement exercises May 10-11 in the university’s Multipurpose Building. Students who completed their degree requirements by the end of the spring 2011 semester were honored at the event. Jessica earned a BSW-Bachelor of Social Work.

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Budget Cuts Lead to Fewer Students for Head Start

Fewer students will be able to attend classes through the Green Hills Head Start program due to budget cuts forced by the government sequestration, according to Head Start Director Dr. Bev Hooker. Hooker presented a budget reduction plan for the program, which is administered by North Central Missouri College. The revised budget was approved and will now be sent to the Office of Head Start. Dr. Hooker said she is

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Tour Group Returns from Italy

Area citizens have just returned from a trip to Italy sponsored by the North Central Missouri College psychology/sociology club. The trip included stays in Venice, Florence, Assisi, Sorrento and Rome. Highlights included a gondola ride in Venice, a tour of Florence, visits to the Tower of Pisa and the Church of St. Francis in Assisi, a boat excursion to the Island of Capri, the port of Napoli, the Coliseum, Roman

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It’s a Good Egg, The Eggplant

by Tim Baker, Northwest Region Horticulture Specialist

If we were to make a list of favorite garden vegetables, you probably wouldn’t find eggplant very near the top of the list. While it may not be as popular as the tomato, it does produce good yields of fruit, which can be used in a wide variety of dishes. In addition, it is somewhat attractive, and has been used on occasion in

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Letter to the Editor: The Poosey Digest

Dear Editor,

I really enjoyed Freida Marie Crump’s posting (read it every week) — it was especially good this week on what graduates need to watch out for!

Thanks for your opinions, but this week’s really was a good one!

Bill & Bonnie Hocraffer, Lake Viking

Editor’s Note: You can read The Poosey Digest HERE.

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CRMC Awards $11,500 in Scholarships

Warren McElwain, Chairman of Cameron Regional Medical Center’s Scholarship and Education Committee, has announced that the CRMC Board of Directors has awarded a total of $11,500 in renewable scholarships to 21 high school seniors graduating from 11 different school districts in the four-county area. This is the 24th year for the Medical Center’s scholarship program.

Recipients of CRMC scholarships have made a commitment to pursuing a health care field of

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Northwest Announces Spring 2013 Honor Rolls

The Office of the Registrar at Northwest Missouri State University announced the names of students appearing on the Academic or President’s Honor Roll at the end of the 2013 spring trimester, including from our area: Academic — Gallatin: Kevin A Corwin, Kelly L Critten, Justin T Duffy, Rachel A Payne, Courtney L Ray; Jamesport: Taryn L Dustman; Kidder: Ashley N Roberts; Pattonsburg: Hannah A Sweet; President’s  — Gallatin: Sydney R

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Capitol Report: Challenging the EPA

by Congressman Sam Graves

As Chairman of the House Small Business Committee, I frequently hear about ill-advised or overly burdensome Federal regulations, both those that are on the books and those in the pipeline. One of the worst offenders when it comes to such regulations is the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA – and they’re back at it again.

The agency recently announced a plan to take a heavy hand

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