Missouri students are expected to see a change in career guidance in school as part of a new initiative to better prepare students for their future. Missouri is one of six states that joined the Pathways for Prosperity Network this week.
The Boone County Regional Sewer District has received a $1.36 million low-interest loan from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The one-time loan is to fund two upcoming projects, including the sewer extension to the new Battle High School.
Governor Jay Nixon’s withholdings announced Friday are expected to be felt by Missouri’s higher-education institutions. Nixon announced the removal of $9 million from the budgets of Missouri’s public colleges and universities, effective July 1st. It’s part of $15 million withheld from a budget Nixon says is $50 million out of balance.