Thus far, no local colleges are trying to compel students to get a COVID-19 vaccine, as methods differ on how much and by what means to boost immunity.
Although recent COVID-19 news may seem to some like a retread of what we all went through in 2020, equivalent high enrollment in all-online education is not expected.
Celebrants in love and togetherness assembled Saturday, nearly nine decades after a racial terror mob seized an innocent man from jail and murdered him.
Between needing new clothes and a variety of school supplies, back-to school-shopping can up fast. Fortunately, there are multiple options to save on upcoming costs right here in St. Joseph.
Local educators are weighing in as a recent federal court ruling allowed Indiana University-Bloomington to require COVID-19 vaccinations for students.
A graduate student at Missouri Western State University is the lone regional 2020-2021 Fulbright honoree.
July is the time when the school district is focused on who will be placed where for the coming academic year.
SAVANNAH, Mo. — Amid a finding Monday by Missouri’s chief executive that so-called “critical race theory” essentially isn’t present in Missouri schools, local officials weigh in.
The St. Joseph Public Library is restricting operations as a COVID-19 precaution, while making allowances for certain services to be provided by appointment only.
TARKIO, Mo. — Farm tractors are a common sight on the highways of Northwest Missouri in summertime; a convoy of dozens stretching beyond the horizon, less so.