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In early July, SMSU received nearly $70,000 in Federal Library Services and Technology Act grant money to convert photographic images from the late 19th century to a digital format. Mike Smith has the story:

SMSUstudents Sam Song and Dennis Wu took part in the first US Foreign Policy Colloquium in Washington D.C.

This program from the Springfield/Greene County League of Women Voters, is the first of three that examine the foundations of Democracy. LLoyd Young is the host, and his guest is Robert Leger, Editorial Page Editor for the Springfield News Leader.

Debora Biggs learns more about Springfield's Sister City Association and the city's newest pairing.

Lyndon Erwin is Missouri's representative to the American Sheep Industry Association.

Kay Murnan finds out more about Springfield's Habitat for Humanity program.

Deborah Cox tells how anger can have its benifits.

As part of National Safety Mondayth, Debora Biggs talks with Paula Gleason, the Director of Defensive Driving at Safety Council of the Ozarks.

The three major players gave speeches on the budget today to a packed House of Representatives. Missy Shelton reports on the raucous, emotionally charged atmosphere at the capitol.

Hour after hour, members of the House budget committee listened to school officials, lobbyists for universities and social services advocates talk about the impact of budget cuts.

Debi Richardson talks about efforts underway to study what can be done to better prepare for natural disasters.

Ann Nelms takes a look at how the Americans with Disabilities Act has impacted higher education.

The city of Springfield announced on May 28th, that it has acquired the MFA property at 524 Booneville Avenue. Mike Smith has the Story...

This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.

Steve Robinette talks about the SMSU/China programs.

Dr. Lloyd Young explores the meaning of patriotism as the country observes Memorial Day.

On May 6th, after a series of tornadoes and severe storms killed 18 people and damaged or destroyed close to 3000 homes and businesses in Southwest Missouri, President Bush declared affected counties "Areas of Disaster". The Presidential declaration allows the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Small business Administration, and the State Emergency Management Agency to join forces in providing assistance to those affected by the storms. On May 19th, KSMU invited representatives from these agencies to talk about the assistance they can and, in some cases, cannot provide. Listen as KSMU's Mike Smith talks with Mike Karl of FEMA; Tony Bauer, with the U.S. Small Business Administration; and Dante Gliniecki with SEMA, the State Emergency Management Agency of Missouri..

In this, his second interview for SMS and You, Ken Rutherford talksabout the United Nations role in the Middle East now that the war in Iraq isover.

Kay Murnan talks with school board member Mary Norman about the financial status of the Springfield school district.

The House Budget committee heard testimony today from public school officials who complained the legislature's budget cuts would hurt schools.Missy Shelton reports.

Missouri lawmakers end their session but they're not sure it's the end of their work. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports from Jefferson City.

Missouri's ninety freshmen lawmakers ended their first legislative session last Friday. KSMU's Missy Shelton asked some of them toreflect on their experiences.

The special session gets underway today. KSMU's Missy Shelton has this preview.

Republican legislative leaders met with democratic governor Bob Holden to urge him to sign the budget and not call a special session.