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National Alliance for Mental Illness

Statistics show that the rate of suicide in Greene County is higher than the state average. KSMU’s Samuel Crowe reports.

Sponsored research and programs coordinator discusses how grants help the university and the community.

One of Springfield’s oldest churches, Campbell United Methodist Church, is celebrating its125th anniversary on Saturday. To commemorate the occasion, Campbell UMC will host a free old-fashioned carnival, complete with food and games straight out of the 1880’s. KSMU’s Rebekah Clark has details.

Henry the Hippo at Dickerson Park Zoo

The public is invited to help celebrate a local celebrity’s birthday tomorrow.  KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more… 

  • See a movie
  • Give blood
  • Find bargains
  • Eat chicken
  • Laugh
  • buy local produce
  • Attend a concert
  • Run or walk
  • Eat pancakes at the zoo
  • Help Henry the Hippo celebrate his birthday
  • Watch college soccer
  • Celebrate SAAF House's anniversary
  • Learn about bats

Our monthly series “These Ozarks Hills” delves into what makes this region unique.  In this month’s segment, longtime journalist and more recently, musician from the Winter’s Bone soundtrack Marideth Sisco reflects on a profession long held by her family.

It’s been months since the devastating tornado tore through Joplin, changing the lives of thousands of people. As time passes it’s easy for those that were unaffected to forget the hardships others are still having to endure. Springfield’s Second Baptist Church is doing its part to ensure Joplin families are not being forgotten.  KSMU’s Justin Lux has the details. 

In hopes of defeating famine in developing countries, a non-profit organization in Springfield is holding several food packaging events. KSMU’s Matthew Barnes reports. 

  

Springfield Public Schools are back in session, and that means a lot more kids along area roadways in the mornings and afternoons.  A program that began recently in Springfield is designed to keep kids safe as they travel to and from school.  KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more…