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Sci-fi exhibit features works created digitally

A new exhibit based on science fiction and achieved entirely through digital modeling and digital painting is open at Pittsburg State University through Nov. 2. On Sept. 28 at 4 p.m., artist Tom Lundquist will give a public lecture about the exhibit in Porter Hall, where the exhibit is displayed in the University and Harry Krug galleries. “Science fiction can be a great source of fun for people who make pictures,” Lundquist said. “Though the subjects need to be reason…

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SLIDESHOW: Wild Conference

It’s been a day to remember for nearly 100 Galesburg Middle School students. They traveled thirty minutes to Greenbush for the regional Wild Conference. The student organization focuses on things that promote the environment, conservation, and outdoor activities. KOAM Photojournalist Ty Parks gives us a look. 

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Connect2Culture Performances Schedule – October 2017

October 5: MSSU presents h2 Saxophone Quartet, 7:30pm at Missouri Southern State University, Bud Walton Theatre (3950 Newman Rd). The award-winning h2 quartet has been wowing audiences since 2002. h2 takes advantage of the great expressive capacity of their instruments by programming traditional, avant-garde, minimalist, and jazz-influenced works in surprising and compelling ways. h2 has performed throughout the United States, in Europe, the UK and in Asia, and has released five criti…

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Mo-Kan Square Dancers Cake Walk – October 6th

On Friday, October 6 the Mo-Kan Square Dancers will sponsor a cake walk dance with Jay Wright calling.  This will be held from 7:30 to 10 p.m. in the Home Ec Building at the Vernon County Fairgrounds, Nevada, MO.  Admission is $5 for adult dancers and $3 for youth dancers.  All area dancers and interested persons are invited.  For more information call the Harolds at 417-465-2241, the Millers at 417-321-3226, or the Eberts at 417-667-3069. 

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Four inmates charged with property damage after breaking fire sprinkler

Four Nevada women have been charged with damage to jail property while being held at the Vernon County Jail. According to Sheriff’s Office officials, felony warrants were issued Wednesday for Kayleen Varner (23), Tiffany J Blauvelt (25), Christina M Allen (39), and April R Hancock (32) all of Nevada after a sprinkler head was damaged causing the sprinklers to activate. According to Sheriff Jason Mosher, the event caused the fire alarm to be activated and the fire department to r…