Orangeburg County is preparing to recognize people in the county who have made contributions in areas including government and first response, but the plan to have the honorees selected and awarded by Martin Luther King Jr. Day has been derailed by COVID.
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The Kansas City School District is now fully accredited by the state, the first time since 2000. It’s been a long arduous journey and officials concede that the hill is barely crested.
The Republican gubernatorial scramble and the big-name contest between State Sen. Mike Flood and Rep. Jeff Fortenberry are this year's big primary races, Don Walton writes.
A proposal would ask voters to increase the number of signatures needed for initiative petitions to amend the constitution.
MU Faculty Council asked for mask and vaccination rule, option to start semester online
"The Iowa Senate becomes one of only a handful of state legislative chambers across the country to limit access in this way."
The long, strange trip of a proposed animal ordinance for the city of Branson came to an emphatic end at the Jan. 11, Board of Aldermen meeting when the measure failed with a unanimous vote.
DES MOINES -- Educators in Iowa have been relaying their concerns with remarks made earlier this week by Republican Iowa Senate President Jake Chapman, who accused teachers of having a “sinister agenda” for books they include in school libraries, Democratic legislative leaders said Thursday.
A roundup of legislative and Capitol news items of interest:
(The Center Square) – A Pennsylvania lawmaker is urging the Wolf administration to testify about inaccurate taxpayer-funded modeling for the cost of joining the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).