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NCAA-II Preview

By Jason Strickland, Muleskinner sports editor.  …

Multi to host deployment ceremony

Story by ANDY LYONS, news editor— The Missouri National Guard will host a departure ceremony for the 1-135th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 24, at the University of…

Third annual dress exchange at UCM helps local students

Story by NICOLE COOKE , Copy Editor— Instead of the usual boring tables and chairs, the Union Ballroom was transformed into a fashion runway. Rooms across the hall were filled…

Central DECA sends 31 students to Nationals

Story by Andrea Lopez, for The Muleskinner— UCM DECA began transitioning into competition mode this semester as 54 students prepared for the Missouri State Career Development Conference Feb. 21 and…

New film coalition provides creative environment

Story by Tucker Ross, for The Muleskinner— Josh Lewin, a graduate student of film production, and members of the Filmmakers and Actors Coalition are attempting to cultivate a creative environment…

Keuna Flax makes Daktronics All-Central Region First Team

(MARYVILLE, Mo.) – Junior forward Keuna Flax was named to the Daktronics NCAA Division II All-Central Region First Team, after leading the Central Missouri Jennies to a 22-4 regular season…

Dominique Long named Second Team Daktronics All-Region

(BEMIDJI, Minn.) – Mules Basketball senior forward Dominique Long was named to the Daktronics All-Central Region Second Team on Thursday. The MIAA had five players honored on either the first…

Jennies sweep Missouri S & T in doubleheader

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) – Jennies softball (10-6) swept the Missouri S & T (2-8) Lady Miners on Wednesday afternoon in their 2013 home openers at the South Recreation Complex, winning game…

8 charged via federal poaching investigation in Mo.

(KANSAS CITY, Mo., AP) – Eight people face federal charges accusing them of illegally trafficking in paddlefish caviar from western Missouri. The U.S. Justice Department said Thursday about 100 people…

Seattle station asked to post killing on Facebook

By DOUG ESSER (SEATTLE, AP) – A man who told a TV newsroom that he had killed his wife and asked the station to post that message on Facebook was…

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