Aly Raden is a Senior at Francis Howell High School. She is the daughter of Beth and Kent Raden of O’Fallon, Missouri. Aly plans to attend Loyola University in Chicago next year where her goal is to pursue a double major in Child Psychology and Communications with a minor in Theatre.
Twelve high school juniors made their parents and teachers proud as they competed for trips to Washington, D.C. and college scholarships. All 12 finalists walked in as winners in Cuivre River's 49th Annual Youth Tour contest. Final judging helped determine the prize.
Cuivre River Electric Cooperative (CREC) invites high school sophomores of Lincoln, Pike, St. Charles and Warren counties to apply for the Cooperative Youth Conference & Leadership Experience (CYCLE) program.
Jefferson City—Missouri’s 12 community colleges established the Missouri Community College Workforce Development Network today to address a longstanding challenge facing Missouri businesses—the availability of a skilled workforce.
Deadlines are approaching for several local scholarships:
The New Melle FPD firefighters (paid and volunteer) have a private account, the Firefighters Fund, which is funded from time to time with donations from the public or from small fundraisers of their own. This account is in no way funded from any tax dollars.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.–Abby Schmidt, 18, from Foristell, Mo., and an 11-year member of the Boone Country 4-H Club, participated in the University of Missouri Extension 4-H Legislative Academy, Feb. 20-22.
Classical Academy de Lafayette (CAL) is a private K-6 school opening this fall in O’Fallon, Missouri. CAL is dedicated to classical education and promoting superior educational results.