Michele Skalicky

Largest Solar Farm in Missouri Goes into Operation in Nixa

Solar panels numbering 33,288 on 72 acres west of Nixa were put into commercial operation mode Monday. The solar farm is expected to produce about nine percent of Nixa’s power generation, according to the city’s public works director, Doug Colvin. Nixa Mayor Brian Steele said the solar farm is expected to save the city’s residents $2.5 million over the 25 years of the contract with Gardner Capital, Inc., which owns the project. "Along with that, we'll also be reducing the city's carbon...

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'Drain The Swamp'? Hardly. Washington Appears More Stuck In The Muck Than Ever

Washington used to operate one scandal at a time. Not anymore. Here are just some of the scandals currently brewing: The indictment of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business partner, Rick Gates, in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of possible ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia. A guilty plea from George Papadopoulos, a foreign-policy adviser on the campaign. He admitted that he lied lying to Mueller's investigators about his...

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Women's Equality Day

SMS and You News Update 08/14/01

Aug 13, 2001

SMSU's Web Coordinator Sara Clark explains the new SMS Master Calendar of Events.

Alliance Program

SMS and You News Update 08/07/01

Aug 6, 2001

Earl Doman, Dean of Students, discusses the new student convocation and festival.

Ozarks Literacy Council

SMS and You News Update 07/31/01

Jul 30, 2001

Michael Burns, Proffessor of English, talks about the impact of poetry on the public.

Racial Profiling

SMS and You News Update 07/24/01

Jul 23, 2001

On this edition of SMS AND YOU, we hear more about Ozarks Public Television at SMSU from Arlen Diamond, Director of the Public Broadcasting Services Unit at SMSU.

Sustainability

SMS and You News Update 07/17/01

Jul 16, 2001

Dr. Arlen Diamond was named to head the new Public Broadcasting Services Unit at Missouri State University. On this edition of SMS AND YOU, Diamond talks about Ozarks Public Television coming to SMS.

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