Tag Archives: University of Missouri

Judge Webber Honored by Mizzou Alumni Association

The Mizzou Alumni Association honored 14 distinguished faculty and alumni at the 51st annual Faculty-Alumni Awards Ceremony on November 9, including Judge E. Richard Webber. Judge E. Richard Webber, ’67, is among the six Mizzou alumni honored for their professional achievements and service to their community and alma mater. Judge Webber is a senior United State District Judge for […]

Nicki (Webber) Moore Named Colgate VP, Director of Athletics

by Daniel DeVries, Colgate University Nicki (Webber) Moore has been selected to lead Colgate’s athletics, recreation and physical education programs, following a national search for a new athletics director. Colgate sponsors 25 Division I teams with more than 500 student-athletes. The private, liberal arts university is located in central New York. Moore comes to Colgate […]

Scotland Hospital CEO Helps Lead Missouri Telehealth Summit

Hundreds of health and policy experts attend annual conference Advances in telecom-munications technology offer new ways to improve access to high-quality health care in rural areas, according to a panel of hospital leaders at the Missouri Telehealth Summit in Jefferson City. Scotland Hospital CEO Randy Tobler, MD, FACOG, led the Feb. 1 panel discussion organized […]

Mizzou Senior Feature: Brock Bondurant

by Devin Kane, Mizzou Strategic Communications reprinted with permission from MUTigers.com At eight­-years-­old, Brock Bondurant stood in the stands of Faurot Field and cheered as Brad Smith led the Mizzou football program to a new level of play. “He was the most exciting player I’ve ever seen,” Bondurant said. “Just the way he carried himself, […]

MU Ag Alumni Gather in Gorin for CAFNR Picnic

While recent rains have returned the Gorin area farm scenery to green in color, an influx of University of Missouri alumni and boosters turned the region black and gold for an evening. The Keith and Ruth Ann Boyer farm on Route U near Gorin was the sight of a MU College of Agriculture, Food & […]

Former SCR-I Student Chosen National Delegate for Donald Trump at Republican National Convention

Jeremy Wiggins, former Scotland County R-I student and junior at the University of Missouri, has been chosen as a national delegate for Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, OH.  The convention will be held July 18-21, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena. Jeremy, a 20-year-old junior in college, admits that some might […]

SDS Appearing in Soybean Fields in Scotland County, Across Missouri

Sudden death syndrome (SDS) is showing up in soybean fields across the state. Farmers should scout fields thoroughly for symptoms of SDS. SDS, caused by the soil fungus Fusarium virguliforme, produces striking foliage symptoms, which first appear on upper leaves as scattered yellow blotches that increase in size, says University of Missouri Extension plant pathologist […]

Storage Problems Likely With Bumper Corn Crop

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Farmers should look now for storage options for 2014’s bumper corn harvest. University of Missouri Extension specialist Bill Wiebold said farmers may hold onto corn this year to sell it when prices increase. Corn is trading at about $3.60 a bushel, down from the record of more than $8.30 a bushel in 2012. The most recent […]

Wild Turkey Research Project Underway in North Missouri

In partnership with the University of Missouri, University of Washington, and the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) captured over 260 wild turkeys this winter in Putnam, Schuyler, Monroe, and Marion Counties. This effort was part of a 5-year research project that was initiated last December. All captured birds received […]

LIVIN’ THE DREAM

Bondurant Secures Preferred Walk-On Roster Spot With Missouri Tigers Heading into the July 21st Lion’s all-star football game, the thought in the back of Brock Bondurant’s head had to be, would this be his last competitive football game of his career? The SCR-I graduate played in the Do-or-Die bowl in Quincy earlier this summer before […]