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Arts and Culture
9:20 am
Fri September 13, 2013

Simply listening, to veterans, is the mission of StoryCorps' Military Voices Initiative

Sylvie Lubow is the senior coordinator for StoryCorps' Military Veterans Initiative.
Credit StoryCorps

Have you ever had a “driveway moment” listening to one of the many stories from the oral history project StoryCorps? The project has recorded about 45,000 interviews with everyday people across America. StoryCorps’ “Military Voices Initiatives” gathers stories from veterans, their families and others impacted by war, since 9/11.

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Business
5:29 pm
Mon September 9, 2013

New veterans' court opens

The Veterans Treatment Court will hear exclusively cases involving veterans.
Credit File Photo / KBIA

A veterans' treatment court is now up and running for Missouri's 13th Circuit, which includes Boone and Callaway counties.

The Veterans United Foundation has given 100-thousand dollars to operate the court, which deals only with cases involving veterans. Clayton VanNurden is the court's administrator.  He says having a single court for veterans will give them the opportunity to undergo treatment programs with other veterans.

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Business Beat
3:51 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Iowa aquaculture; Google Glass

Google Glass may seem like space-age technology. But that doesn’t mean it’s only for Star-Trek fans. The innovative device is a pair of glasses with a small screen above the right lens that functions as an extension of a user’s Smartphone. Glass can be used for a variety of functions like taking pictures, shooting video or replying to email all with voice commands. Veterans United in Columbia is one of the advance testers of Glass and recently held a product demo. KBIA’s Anders Aarhus reports.

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Business
3:23 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Google Glass tested at Veterans United

Sarah Hill sporting an advance version of Google's new Glass platform
Credit Veteran's United

Google Glass may seem like space-age technology, but that doesn’t mean it’s only for Star-Trek fans.

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6:19 pm
Thu July 26, 2012

KOMU's Sarah Hill leaves station, joins up with Veterans United

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Sarah Hill is a respected television journalist, but it's her social media savvy that Veterans United Home Loans wants. The company has been growing at an incredible rate in recent months, snatching up high level employees from local organizations like like Car Fax, Williams-Keepers and the Department of Economic Development
Longtime KOMU reporter and anchor Sarah Hill is making a familiar career move at the end of August: She's taking a job at Veterans United Home Loans. Hill is the latest Columbia notable to move to the fast-growing lender that specializes in VA-backed mortgages and is known for its online marketing.