Engagement: Linsey Smith & John Hukriede
Linsey is a graduate of University of Central Missouri earning her master's degree from Texas Tech.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Two charged in infant remains case
A joint investigation with the University of Central Missouri Department of Public Safety and the Warrensburg Police Department resulted in the arrests of two suspects Friday regarding the body of an infant found on Tuesday in a cave at Pertle Springs, located a few miles south of UCM.
The Kansas City Star
Two charged in case of infant found dead in cave near Warrensburg
Two people were charged Friday in the case of an infant whose body was found in a pile of burned trash this week inside a cave near the University of Central Missouri.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Infant remains found near UCM campus
Law enforcement officials here are seeking help from the public in identifying human remains discovered by students on a University of Central Missouri property on Tuesday.
Infant's body found in cave has university buzzing
Investigators are trying to identify the body of an infant discovered inside a cave south of the University of Central Missouri.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Infant's body found near University of Central Missouri campus
Law enforcement officers are investigating the discovery of an infant's body in a recreation area south of the University of Central Missouri campus.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Binghamton U. Art Museum showcases 'Something Between'
The Binghamton University Art Museum will host "Something Between," an exhibition of sculptures by 1983 alumnus Matthew Zupnick in the Rosefsky Gallery, located in room 258 of the Fine Arts Building on campus.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Come to the Pa-Pa Patch
Democrat Julie Merrell, owner of the Pa-Pa Patch Knit Shop, located at 500 S. Kentucky Ave., works on a sweater using a knitting machin... Democrat Merrell, who has a degree in fashion design, designed a purse using angora goat hair.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
UCM joins in statewide tornado drill March 4
The University of Central Missouri is scheduled to participate in the statewide tornado drill at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 4. The drill will last about 15 minutes, and will take place at the same time other drills are being conducted in communities across the state, including Warrensburg, according to a news release.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Nixon proposes education funding increase
Gov. Jay Nixon visited the University of Central Missouri Friday morning to speak during the Board of Governors meeting about college affordability, applauding the school's efforts to help reduce student debt.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
UCM wins $5K from KCP&La s competition on sustainability
The University of Central Missouri won a $5,000 prize from the MOKAN Take Charge Challenge, a competition focused on energy efficiency and sustainability, according to a press release.
Screening, discussion of - Freedom Riders' planned for Feb. 22
The University of Central Missouri Department of History and Anthropology and the UCM Center for Africana Studies, in partnership with the National Archives at Kansas City and the Black Archives of Mid-America, will host a screening and discussion of the film "Freedom Riders" at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22. Attracting a diverse group of ... (more)
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Columbia School Board: Meet the candidates
On April 8, voters will choose from four candidates for three open seats on the Columbia School Board.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Parkview celebrates Valentines and 100 days
Democrat University of Central Missouri student Kasey Mercer, who spends two days a week at Parkview Elementary, paints glasses on four... Democrat Teacher Ashley Klein, who dressed up for the occasion, helps kindergartner Benjamin Miller count out 10 pretzels as part of th... Democrat Kindergartner Isabelle Boyer counts out 10 pieces of each of ... (more)
Stars and Stripes
Army captain ponders Easy Company command as it comes to a close
That's when he was forced to deal with one of the biggest problems plaguing the military: the suicide of a soldier.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
NBC Action News
Mo. troops welcomed home from deployment
It was a warm homecoming for 324 Missouri National Guard soldiers Sunday. Members of the 1-135th "Attack Reconnaissance Battalion" all safely returned to the University of Central Missouri campus in Warrensburg.