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The Bible

In this Sense of Community report, KSMU's Jennifer Davidson interviews a finanical minister from one of Springfield's largest churches about the Christian perspective on debt.


The numbers are in, and local colleges and universities are seeing both an increase and decrease in fall enrollment. KSMU’s Briana Simmons has more.

Hickory Hills Planting Day

Students from Hickory Hills School, along with volunteers and members of environmental organizations, worked together to plant native prairie plants Wednesday. KSMU’s Anna Thomas has more. 

Blue Ribbon Award

Nine Missouri schools have been awarded the National Blue Ribbon award by the U.S. Department of Education. The program, which recognizes significant academic achievement in public and private settings, includes four local schools this year. KSMU’s Scott Harvey reports.

MSU Small Business & Technology Development Center

Today's Sense of Community reports focus on business debt in the Ozarks.  Randy Stewart talks with Rayanna Anderson at Missouri State University's Small Business and Technology Development Center about the debt-counseling services they offer.

Dr. David Mitchell

In Monday's second Sense of Community installment concerning student debt, a local professor is giving his students the tools to weigh the value of a college investment. KSMU's Scott Harvey has more.

MSU - Financial Aid

Our Sense of Community series this quarter focusses on debt in the Ozarks. For Monday, KSMU explores the debt concerns and opportunities within the student population.

Mara and her Book

Springfield’s Jewish community played a crucial part in shaping our region…but the community’s role is largely unknown to the public.  A new book aims to change that, and give that religious community the recognition it deserves. As part of our ongoing Sense of Place series on local history, KSMU’s Julie Greene has more.


During our monthly conversation with Missouri State University President Clif Smart, the President examines some key points from Thursday’s State of the University Speech.