The fourth time was the charm for River Blount, a home schooled sixth-grader from Annapolis who won the sixth annual Three Rivers College Southeast Missouri Regional Spelling Bee held Feb. 28.
Laundry packets offer loads of temptation for curious children.
Instagram is a powerful tool for leveraging brand awareness and building community around your business. In fact, many brands are creating content marketing plans around the now-ubiquitous app, and achieving results, too. With more than 300 million people using and checking Instagram, there’s absolutely no reason not to add this free tool to your social media marketing kit.
A class on how small businesses may be affected by the Affordable Care Act will be offered on Thursday, April 2, at 12 noon. The class is part of the University of Missouri Extension’s Missouri Business Development Program effort to help business owners understand the law and where they can go to get more assistance.
A program to discuss Missouri’s complicated fence law will be held on Thursday evening, April 2, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Southern Reynolds Co R-II Schools located in Ellington.
One of Bismarck’s own, Brigadier General Glen VanHerck, will return to the area to speak about the Air Force's overall strategic role in an ever-changing world, how Whiteman Air Force Base supports the Air Force’s overall mission, and how innovation will be crucial in the current fiscal environment.
Capitalism, populism, social irresponsibility and local municipal politics are the themes of Mineral Area College’s next Little Theatre Guild production, a musical comedy called “Urinetown.”