Three Rivers College will host “Shall We Gather at Three Rivers,” a gospel choir festival, on Saturday, April 25 at 3 p.m. in the Tinnin Fine Arts Center. The festival will feature choirs and singers from across the region. General admission is free.
Long before Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, there was Mark Russell, daring to joke and sing about America’s often absurd political process.
Have you considered using the sun to produce electricity or heat your home? University of Missouri Extension is hosting a two-night solar informational meeting on Wednesday and Thursday, April 22 and 23.
Two Clearwater Middle School students, Taylor Kirk and Kelli Million, were selected as winners in the 2015 Southeast Missouri Writing Achievement Contest. The SEMO Writing Achievement Contest is an annual contest hosted by Southeast Missouri State University.
Planning is underway for the 75th annual Piedmont/Clearwater Alumni Association banquet.
In some of Missouri’s most rural communities, school districts can be simply microscopic in size. Rep. Kurt Bahr is looking to change that as lawmakers continue to wrangle over broader reforms, according to a March 24 article in The Missouri Times.
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.