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A new bronze sculpture will honor and memorialize Anne Drummond, aSpringfield community advocate. She passed away in February, 2002. KSMU's Missy Shelton has this report on the unveiling of the sculpture.

New laws take effect today. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


A total of 184 new laws take effect today. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.


The ban on smoking in Springfield's public facilities is far from decided, as August 25th's Springfield City Council meeting demonstrated. Jeremy Elwood has this report.


Branson was the host for the annual Shriner convention in 1998, and the group is back again this year. Jeremy Elwood has the story.


Classes for the Fall semester at SMSU beganAugust 25. On this edition of SMS AND YOU, Don Simpson talks aboutopening day enrollment figures.


U.S.Senator Kit Bond was in Springfield Tuesday to talk about his legislation dealing with elderly abuse and neglect. KSMU's Missy Shelton has this report.


Earl Doman talks about the New StudentConvocation at SMSU on August 24th.


Debora Biggs talks with SMS Political Science Associate Professor Dr. George Conner about special sessions and the Missouri legislature.

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Communities and non profit organizations across southern Missouri can benefit from a new program from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks.

Mike Smith has the story:


In mid August 2003 , Silver Dollar City Attractions announced plansto re-organize the company's first theme park. Mike Smith has the story:


As you might imagine, a person whose career is spent sitting next to inexperienced drivers trying to pass the final test needed to obtain a permit, has some stories to tell. Mike Smith has this report:


Online Courses For those people who are busy but want to continue their education, as KSMU's Missy Shelton reports, you still have time to register.


Tonight is your chance to see the Perseid meteor shower at its peak. KSMU's Missy Shelton has this report.


Last night was the peak night for viewing the Perseid meteor shower. But as KSMU's Missy Shelton reports, you still have a chance to catch a glimpse of the shower.


SMSU will host the Ozarks Celebration FestivalSeptember 5th-7th. Barb Jones has more on this annual event.


Bev Reichert explores energysources for the future with guests John Twitty, general manager and CEO of City Utilities and Stanley van Velsor with the Sierra Club and Southwest Missouri Citizens for Clean Energy.


Elizabeth Burton talks about the Service Learning Program at SMSU.


Randy Stewart talks with Jim Rives of the Burrell Center about the symposium "Changing Tomorrow Today: A Primary Prevention Symposium." The purpose of the symposium is to discuss problems facing today's youth.

KSMU was first to learn Drury University is withdrawing its support from the arena that's to be built in Springfield's Jordan Valley Park. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.

KSMU was first to learn Drury University is withdrawing its support from the arena that's to be built in Springfield's Jordan Valley Park. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.

Each year, thousands of students in grades K through 12 visit the SMS campus to participate in summer camps. Jeremy Elwood files this report.


Paul Durham talks about his research on pain relief, including the use of Botox to ease the pain caused by migraine headaches.


Bev Reichert talks about election reform with Greene County Clerk Richard Struckhoff.

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