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This week we return to Joplin to examine recovery efforts three years after the devastating tornado.
The League of Women Voters of Southwest Missouri brings you this weekly program, which covers a variety of topics related to the Ozarks and
Find out what's taking place each Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the Ozarks as you plan your weekend.
Missouri State University President Clif Smart discussing the implications of national and international events on the University and local community.
The Missouri State Journal is a weekly program keeping you in touch with Missouri State University.
This monthly program features music and discussion from local musicians, live from the KSMU studio.
Longtime Ozarks storyteller Marideth Sisco looks at the unique traditions and traits of this region we call home.
Randy Stewart brings you the latest news from the local arts scene, every Friday at 10 a.m.
The League of Women Voters of Southwest Missouri covers a variety of topics related to the Ozarks and democracy.
Rountree fifth grade students share news of what's happening at their school each month.
We take you somewhere new in the world each month by interviewing an Ozarks resident who was born in a different country.
This bi-monthly program focuses on a topic that explores how volunteerism and philanthropic efforts address community needs.
Throughout his tenure as chief executive, Gov. Jay Nixon has filled lots and lots of vacancies – everything from an opening for Howard County...
Two candidates are on the April 7th ballot for the City Council’s General Seat C. KSMU’s Kathryn Eutsler spoke with Kristi Fulnecky and Len...
A mutually agreeable collective bargaining agreement is in sight between the city of Springfield and the Springfield Police Officers’ Association ...
Driving around the Missouri State University campus or downtown Springfield these days, you can’t help but notice construction projects at nearly...
Missouri State University Theatre and Dance Department presents one of classical theatre's most enduringly popular comedies, "Tartuffe" by Molière...
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