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Diversity education task force formed at Southeast (03/29/15)
The President's Task Force on Diversity Education, led by Southeast Missouri State University president Kenneth W. Dobbins, held its first meeting March 11 to discuss diversity on campus. "It's a task force in that there are some issues that we need to start talking about -- race on this campus -- and I think it's very important that it's not a standing committee," Dobbins said. ...
Three Rivers upgrades EMS equipment, OKs hosting 911 center (03/27/15)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Students interested in emergency medical services training will benefit from new equipment approved Wednesday by the Three Rivers College board. FAAC Inc. of Ann Arbor, Michigan, submitted a winning quote of $102,500 for an EMS three-screen driving simulator package...
Perry County School Board race sees crowded field (03/26/15)
Four candidates, including two incumbents and two challengers, are vying for two posts on the Perry County School Board. Incumbents Kevin Bachmann and Mark Gremaud are facing challenges from newcomers Mary Bauwens and Lara Green during the April 7 election...
Missouri school activity makes students uncomfortable (03/26/15)
FULTON, Mo. -- The Fulton School District has launched an investigation into a teacher-led activity referred to as a "survey" that has upset participating students and parents. The Fulton Sun reported that during a Fulton Middle School physical education class Friday, teachers conducted an activity called "Claim It," in which students were read various statements about their identity. ...
Kelly High School to present 'The Masked Musketeer' (03/26/15)
The Kelly High School Drama Club will present its annual spring play on Thursday and Friday at the high school gymnasium. This year's production is "The Masked Musketeer," a two-act, lighthearted farce of "The Three Musketeers." Show times are 7 p.m. each night, and tickets will be sold at the door. Prices are $4 for adults and $3 for students...
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Diversity education task force formed at Southeast (03/29/15)
The President's Task Force on Diversity Education, led by Southeast Missouri State University president Kenneth W. Dobbins, held its first meeting March 11 to discuss diversity on campus. "It's a task force in that there are some issues that we need to start talking about -- race on this campus -- and I think it's very important that it's not a standing committee," Dobbins said. ...
Three Rivers upgrades EMS equipment, OKs hosting 911 center (03/27/15)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Students interested in emergency medical services training will benefit from new equipment approved Wednesday by the Three Rivers College board. FAAC Inc. of Ann Arbor, Michigan, submitted a winning quote of $102,500 for an EMS three-screen driving simulator package...
Fair foundation offers scholarship (03/25/15)
The Southeast Missouri District Fair Foundation will award a $1,000 nonrenewable scholarship for fall. The deadline is May 30, and the application may be found at semofair.com. The completed application may be mailed to Edwin Peetz, 1033 County Road 332, Jackson MO 63755 or to the SEMO Fair board office...
Plans for Greek housing proceed despite preservationists' objections (03/19/15)
Southeast Missouri State University staff, as well as representatives from Greek organizations, will meet with an architect this week to discuss the design and financial details of a Greek housing project that has drawn criticism from historic preservationists...
Several Southeast grad programs earn accolades from U.S. News (03/16/15)
Southeast Missouri State University's master's degree programs in nursing, communication disorders and business administration are among the nation's leading graduate programs, according to the 2016 edition of Best Graduate Schools from U.S. News & World Report...
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Noon Optimist Club Tournament - Jackson vs. Marion girls soccer

Jackson defeated Marion 10-0 in the championship game of the Noon Optimist Club Tournament, Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Cape Girardeau.

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