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Local KSMU News

Kids across the Ozarks are back in their classrooms, sharing with fellow students memories of summer vacations and, unfortunately, germs. KSMU’s Michele Skalicky tells you how you can help your kids keep from spreading and getting infectious diseases…

Ilga Vise talks with Annette Avery, director of financial aid at Drury University

Leslie Carrier talks with Chris Pilgrim, marketing manager for the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks.

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Governor Jay Nixon visited a middle school in Springfield on Wednesday to highlight construction projects that came about as a result of interest free bonds made possible through the federal stimulus dollars. KSMU’s Jennifer Moore was there and has this report.

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The new Springfield Police Chief, Paul Williams, wants to have coffee with the very people he’s been hired to protect. KSMU’s Jennifer Moore has details.

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Missouri Treasurer Clint Zweifel says Missourians can now submit a Sunshine request to his office online. KSMU's Jennifer Moore has details.

Advertising, enforcement, new legislation, and new memorial signs are all designed to work together to make Missouri drivers more aware of the dangers of impaired driving. KSMU’s Ryan Welch has the story.

Boger Gallery at College of the Ozarks presents “Working and Living: The Diptychs, Triptychs and Quadriptychs of Milton Rogovin” from the collection of Drs. Tony and Luz Racela and the Racela Educational and Cultural Foundation. The show continues through September 30. For more information call (417) 690-2255 or email bogergallery [at] cofo [dot] edu.

Artist Michael McClure will hold half-day painting class Saturday Aug. 28 from 9am to 1pm at his studio near Willow Springs. The includes a painting demonstration by Michael, and time for students to work on their own painting with help from Michael. Cost is $35. Let him know in advance if you are coming--call (417) 252-4797.