Five local educators presented research last Wednesday at the National Association for the Education of Young Children annual meeting held at the World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.“It’s the largest early childhood education conference in the world,” said Debra Hull, BSN, RN diabetes educator at SSM Health St. Francis Hospital.Hull as well as Andrea Mason, Horace Mann Lab School faculty member of Northwest Missouri State University; Pradnya Patet, assistant professor and coordinator...
It’s an amazing operation you have here Maryville. The original building on the land where Kawasaki now sits, was an old Uniroyal building. Purchased in late 1988. Tim Melvin, current Kawasaki Human Resources Manager was hired in March of 1989. That, to me, speaks volumes about the kind of company Kawasaki must be. It takes a lot to keep employees so happy in their work, that they stay 28 years.
Several local radio experts brought the history of broadcast radio to life Sunday at the Nodaway County Historical Society’s program held at the museum.Northwest Professor Emeritus Bob Bohlken chaired a panel of local experts, who also were his former mass communication students, to discuss radio from its beginning up to what is on the airwaves today.Bohlken kicked off the event speaking about the history of radio in this area starting in 1912, when the U.S. Congress, through the Radio Act,...
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Selecting a term
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