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Hall & Oates showed the power of timeless pop as they closed the second annual Pilgrimage Music & Culture Festival on Sunday (Sept. 25) in Franklin, Tennessee. As they kicked into their 1981 smash “You Make My Dreams Come True,” everywhere on the lawn people started dancing like no one was watching. They also entertained... Read more »

Over the weekend, Cam and Adam Weaver were married in Joshua Tree, California. According to People magazine, Saturday’s (Sept. 24) ceremony was intimate, with about 140 guests and a Mexican-inspired theme. When I talked to Cam this summer at the CMT Music Awards, she told me that when she was growing up in California, both... Read more »

The University of Missouri Review Commission meets again Tuesday morning at Missouri S&T in Rolla. The Commission will hear a presentation from MU Interim Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Dr. Kevin McDonald. Commission member Renee Hulshof attended Dr. McDonald’s press conference earlier this month in Columbia, and has diversity questions. “It was not […]

An anti-bullying measure is impacting operations in Missouri public schools.  Republican state Representative Sue Allen of Town and Country championed legislation which went into effect in the current school year. The law modifies the definition of “bullying” to include intimidation, unwanted aggressive behavior, or harassment which interferes with education or school operations. Allen contends the […]

The food-animal industry continues work to combat antimicrobial resistance and increase efforts to produce a sustainable food supply. Earlier this week global food and health leaders came together at the One Health Summit to outline their priorities. Jeff Simmons, CEO of Elanco says global food and health leaders came together at the One Health Summit […]

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An international trade specialist says China has taken just the first step for the US to resume beef exports to that country. Thad Lively with the US Meat Export Federation says the ban that went into effect in December of 2003 has been conditionally lifted.  “Before we can ship to China the first step is […]

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